This Saturday, the Norwalk Moose played host to a benefit for Tony Nardecchia, a 28-year old who died in January. His family needed to raise money for funeral expenses, headstone and bills he left behind, and they ended up raising over $9,000.
The betting windows opened bright and early on Saturday, but the party kept going long after the races were over. The Thirsty Pony, with its generous food portions, great prices on beer and of course, the option of some gambling entertainment was jam-packed with people.
If you still own an original Xbox, you might have noticed that you can't log into Xbox Live with it anymore. That's because, as of April 15th, Microsoft has permanently shut down support for the console on Xbox Live.
Terrance and Joyce Moyer invite everyone to their farm for the 17th annual Genius Day - a celebration of horses, family and to remember Genius Boy Pride, the Moyers' three-time world champion Tennessee Walking Horse. There will be horsemanship demonstrations, vendors, lessons and free rides for children of all ages.
A coin flip won't decide which new movie to see this week. We've got a haunting tale of a classic horror movie fit for adults and a cute and cuddly comedy for the children - each with the theme of vengeance.
The Kentucky Derby is this Saturday, but there's no need to head 300 miles south to enjoy the festivities. Instead, horse racing enthusiasts can head just a few miles north to the islands, where the people of Put-in-Bay and Kelleys Island will be enjoying a day of mint juleps, horses and friends.
The Firelands Symphony Orchestra invites you to its May Gala, which features a full-course dinner, live musical entertainment and an auction chock-full of some of the best packages we've ever seen. But you'd better hurry - a little bird told us that seating is very limited.