The Firelands Coin Club held its semi-annual coin show Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Social hall. The club is celebrating its 59th year and is always open to new members of all ages.
Area artist shares life story.
There are hard lessons in how not to kill hives, so “you need to find a mentor before you even get bees.”
Clinic takes place Jan. 6 in Fremont; cost is $2 or free with purchase of a museum ticket.
Crowds of families and train enthusiasts gathered to see the four model train displays set up by the Monroeville Model Railroad Group for their bi annual open house in Monroeville on Sunday. Each model displayed ranged from two to ten years time to
Rocks with inspirations, designs can be found throughout the city
Organization starting all-girls dens and accepts transgender children who identify as boys into the boys-only programs.
For deal hunters looking for Black Friday bargains in July, Tuesday is likely as close as it gets. Amazon's third Prime Day officially starts Tuesday, but this year the 30-hour event actually launched Monday at 9 p.m.
Stores include: Gamestop, Target, ToysRUs, Walmart, JCPenney, local Norwalk shops and many more!
Event to take place Sunday and feature more than 40 vendors.
The 16th annual Quilt Raffle drawing will be held Nov. 29.
A Case Western University student from South Carolina won the Miss Maple City title following a pageant Saturday night at Main Street School in Norwalk.
Survey says 80% of cat parents understand what that means
Apple is reinterpreting how it will "read" the pistol emoji. Instead of depicting it as a metal revolver, it will show the green toy water pistol.
The Firelands Area Dance Squares (FADS) Western square dancing club held its annual picnic at St. Alphonsus Church on Sunday, July 24.
See the Sept. issue of "Discover Norwalk" for more information on this historic group.