Janice Rowsey, resident in Brookwood at Brethren Care Village, has lived a life full of melodies, crescendos and fortes.
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Richland Public Health is conducting their Community Health Assessment (CHA), an anonymous survey with the purpose of gathering information about residents of the area in order to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life of the community. The first assessment was conducted in 2009…
What if you could give your loved ones a fun gift to open and an experience they'll never forget (and could literally change their lives) this holiday season?
Brethren Care Village officially opened its doors to the Ashland community on Sept. 2, 1972.
According to Visual Councils of America, about 75% of adults around the world wear glasses. Having spectacles comes with its perks, including finding different styles to match personalities and having better vision in day to day life.
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Richland Public Health wants to see our community thrive, where residents can enjoy optimal physical, emotional, and environmental health. This 6-part series highlights the programs brought to you by RPH and the lives they impact.
The very first pizza shop in Mansfield, Leaning Tower of Pizza, has embraced their history and ceases to change a thing– which is just part of the reason they have been in business for over six decades.
Richland Public Health (RPH) is widely known for their ability to give immunizations or have Covid-19 take home tests for the public, but they house many other programs that are beneficial to the community.
Everyone has a place to escape to for a moment of tranquility or solitude. It may be a local park or possibly a favorite coffee shop.
As a child, it can be hard to express how you feel both physically and emotionally to adults that can help make everything better. As an adult, it can be hard to understand the severity of what a child is feeling.
MANSFIELD – We see it all the time – characters in beloved movies and TV shows following a map to dig up a jackpot of precious treasure.
SHELBY – Main Street was lined with people of all ages eager to watch the Shelby Bicycle Days parade on Saturday.
Monday's Bellville 4th of July Parade included veterans, the Clear Fork High School marching band, baton twirlers, a unicyclist and much more.
MANSFIELD -- The former Mansfield Raceway Park was filled with fans of all ages on Friday night to celebrate the first annual Boot Life Block Party.