STOW: A Cuyahoga Falls woman who was charged with starving and abusing horses, three of which had to be euthanized due to neglect, was taken directly to jail Wednesday morning after pleading guilty to animal cruelty.
Stow Municipal Clerk of Courts candidate Don Robart is canceling a Saturday fundraiser after learning his host had a Facebook page riddled with profanity, racist language and disparaging comments about women.
Q: My tomato plants keep getting what I think is some sort of blight year after year. The leaves turn yellow and start dying from the bottom of the plant up. I even dug out and replaced the soil where I grow some of my tomatoes. What can I do to prevent it?
STOW: Councilman Mike Rasor, who spearheaded an effort to sell the city-owned Fox Den Golf Course, is convinced none of the recent bids that came in will receive widespread support, so he’s changing strategy.
On Friday afternoon, Bill Thompson of Hudson was taking advantage of the $1.99-per-gallon price at the BP Station on Tuscarawas Street W. in Canton by filling up his Chevy Impala and a 5-gallon gas container.