May 3, 2012 | by Rachel Dannemiller
Last week, I introduced the use of therapy dogs for children and adults with autism. This week, I would like to introduce Gail Jaite and her dog Tempo, a chocolate lab who would visit the school and work with special needs students at Jordak Elementary School.
May 2, 2012 | by Helena Schaden
This week our tour takes us to a popular place just on the outskirts of Geauga County. This iconic shop is not only rich in history but timeless with their tasty treats sure to bring back many childhood memories.
May 1, 2012 | by Jack O'Connell
Brothers Justin and Josiah Majetich, along with childhood friend Robbie Vacik, grew up in Geauga County and have been making music together since they were in high school. The group CARE introduced their new music in the summer of 2010 at Geauga County’s own Welcome Fest.
April 30, 2012 | by Rachel Hunziker
There's no better way to celebrate all mothers than to bring them out to Punderson State Park to enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride through the park. Then consider treating mom to dinner at the lodge with Punderson's famous Mother's Day Buffet.
April 29, 2012 | by Gabe Arnold
When the snow starting falling today, it wasn't a surprise to me. It's something you come to expect when you are getting ready to attend the annual Chardon Maple Festival
April 28, 2012 | by Geauga News
Senior nursing students at Kent State University at Geauga have been working diligently these last few years preparing for a career in professional nursing. They are approaching their last semester, and the search for employment has begun!
April 27, 2012 | by Geauga News
Earlier this week the Geauga News Team introduced Tim Frank Septic as one of our local business members who support our online publication. Today we are equally excited to introduce you to another local merchant
April 26, 2012 | by Geauga News
Fan of the Week: Sheryl Sweet-Gusler
April 26, 2012 | by Rachel Dannemiller
More and more service dogs are being trained to keep those with autism from wandering away, to calm many children who are over stimulated, and to help with speech and other communication skills
April 25, 2012 | by Helena Schaden
At the end of April, Geauga County waits in anticipation for the start of the Maple Festival. This local business is celebrating over 101 years in the business and is one of the leaders in our maple syrup industry