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Assistant prosecutor announces bid for Common Pleas Court judge

NEW PHILADELPHIA (WJER) - A Tuscarawas County chief assistant prosecutor is hoping to succeed Common Pleas Court Judge Edward O’Farrell when the seat opens in 2021. Mike Ernest announced he will be running for election in…

Dennison Rotary finds new home in former festival building

DENNISON (Tusco TV) - The Dennison Rotary Club is moving across the street from the Dennison Depot and into a more than 100-year-old building. Rotarian Bob Michels says the service club recently paid $65,000 to purchase the…

Cause of death revealed for Carroll County teen 

CARROLLTON (WJER) - Authorities have now ruled on a cause of death for a Carroll County boy whose body was found in April in a shallow grave at a farm in Washington Township. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has…

Heatwave prompts pet safety reminder from New Phila police

NEW PHILADELPHIA (Tusco TV) - The hot, humid weather has police reminding the public to be mindful of their pets if they go somewhere and leave them in the car. New Philadelphia Chief Mike Goodwin says his department gets…

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Best-selling Amish fiction writer returning to Dover Library

DOVER - New York Times bestselling author Linda Castillo will be returning to the Dover Public Library for an upcoming installment of the library's Meet the Author series. Castillo will be visiting the library on Saturday,…

Library system hosting summer stargazing programs

NEW PHILADELPHIA - Tuscarawas County Public Library System officials are inviting community members to explore the night sky with them this summer. Public Relations Associate Molly Calhoun says they will be offering four free…

Students take part in College for Kids program

NEW PHILADELPHIA - Kent State University at Tuscarawas officials are celebrating another successful installment of the College for Kids summertime learning program. Last month, nearly 200 students participated in an…