There are numerous providers offering the COVID-19 vaccine in our area. Some have drive-thru style clinics, others require people to come into…
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Despite early pandemic setbacks, counseling organizations in Ashland have technologically adapted their practices resulting in an expanded amount of services to the community. Read more
Joseph Parilla is clear in his advice when it comes to how north central Ohio governments should spend American Rescue Plan funds: Do it in collaboration with others. Read more
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Courtney Lower, human resources director for KCJFS, said the well-being of KCJFS employees is extremely important. "Any tool that we can provide ... we want to make sure we make them successful in providing services to the community," she said. Read more
Courage at Work
Mechanics Bank presents the Courage at Work series recognizing it takes incredible courage to start and run a business. This series will present 9 local stories highlighting some of the unsung heroes of local businesses.
LEXINGTON – From a young age, Kristine Lindeman, vice president of Alumni Roofing, always looked for ways to be involved. Whether it be the secretary of the student council, a member of the PTO or eventually a board member of the Richland County Chamber.
MANSFIELD – Victoria Langer, CEO of Global Medical Foam, is always on her feet. Owning a successful company geared toward the medical community sends her all over the United States to learn, develop and create.
Seeing Life More Clearly
Supported by the award-winning team of doctors and vision professionals at Ohio Eye Associates.
Sam Looney developed long-standing eye issues over the years. Due to having dry eyes, at night time she would notice big streaks in the headlights of cars she’d pass while driving.
Janet Mitchell started having problems with her eyes at 65 years old. She developed macular holes in her right eye and needed surgery, then two years later she needed the same surgery in her left eye.
Ronald Nastasi learned eight years ago that he had glaucoma – a common eye condition and one of the leading causes of blindness. Although his condition was mild at that time, he knew that if he didn’t start taking proper care of his eyes, the disease had the potential to become severe.
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ASHLAND — If Sean Seder could figure out a way to clone Jakob Beverly, he would do it in a minute. Read more