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Barker House sees transfer of ownership

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People gathered under a tent Sunday at the historic home of Ohio pioneer Joseph Barker Jr. to celebrate the recent transfer of ownership of the Barker house from the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to the Friends of Joseph Barker Jr. House (FJBJ) after a four-year preservation effort.

Congressman Johnson speaks with area farmers

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Farmers from Tuscarawas, Carroll, and surrounding counties attended a roundtable discussion with Congressman Bill Johnson.   To start the conversation, held in New Philadelphia, Johnson talked about his background of being on a family farm and how he knows firsthand what issues farmers may face.   As part of this, Johnson heard about the current state of agricultural…

Leaders Discuss Local Opportunities, Challenges

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Workforce development and available land were among the issues discussed by state and local officials and business leaders during a roundtable Tuesday morning. The estimated 40 participants in the roundtable included U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, JobsOhio CEO J.P. Nauseef, Team NEO CEO Bill Koehler and Youngstown Mayor Jamael Tito Brown.

SenSource Celebrates 20 Years of Success

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In its 20 years of operation, SenSource has put its technology in 32,000 facilities across 47 countries — and it all started in a two-story home on the west side of Youngstown in 2002.

Annual Project Hope campaign launched to raise overdose awareness

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Beatty was one of several speakers Wednesday at a press conference at the New Philadelphia Fire Department to launch this year's Project Hope campaign in Tuscarawas County, which runs through the month of September (National Recovery Month). The project is designed to help combat the rising number of overdoses and overdose deaths in this area. It is spearheaded by the Addiction Task Force and Empower Tusc.