Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory was developed to serve and promote the Tuscarawas river Muskingum watershed region due to it's early American history as the Northwest Territory of 1787. As the Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory became established and additional features like classified advertising and several Amish country businesses became integrated, we've expanded the definition of our Tuscarawas Valley Directory to include not only Tuscarawas county, but also, our surrounding counties which include: Stark, Carroll, Harrison, Guernsey, Coshocton, & Holmes counties of Ohio.
Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory is now running in a secure HTTPS web server environment so we may offer FREE classified advertising, events calendar, on-line chat help, secure shopping and a huge search-able database of businesses for our visitors!
We're currently on-line! We've been configuring and testing several components like our new FREE classified ads service, but if you need help with anything on this site, feel free to click the chat button.
Best 'net regards,
Joe Rinehart, publisher & webmaster
Rose Rinehart, data entry management
We are happy to have implemented a live help chat service for our Tuscarawas Valley Ohio communities directory!
You may now chat live with the Publisher & Webmaster if you need help finding any information about or within our Tuscarawas Valley Ohio Communities Directory. If we don't know the answer, we'll do our best to steer you in the right direction! In the event you need assistance when we are off-line this new Tuscarawas county, Ohio directory live help chat service also offers the ability to send us an email which we will promptly answer as soon as we get back in to the office.
Welcome to the Tuscarawas Valley Ohio Communities Directory! We are excited to be re-developing the Tuscarawas Valley Ohio Area Communities Directory with the latest and greatest software. New directory listing features will include QR-codes for smartphones, Google Maps with driving directions, YouTube video integration, photo galleries for each listing, social media contact information, and much more. Chances are, we'll have more in formation available about the businesses throughout Tuscarawas Valley and Tuscarawas county, Ohio than the telephone books, or other online directories.
Tuscarawas County is a county located in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. According to the 2012 census, it has a population of 92,392 in 40,264 (2011) households throughout 567.64 square miles. Its county seat is New Philadelphia. Its name is a Delaware Indian word variously translated as "old town" or "open mouth".
Tuscarawas county is home to Fort Laurens which was Ohio's only Revolutionary War fort, Kent State University Tuscarawas Campus, Ohio's first settlement the village of Schoenbrunn on the Tuscarawas River, Zoar, Ohio which was founded by a group of German separatists, Ohio-Erie canal towpath trail, an American Scenic ByWay route, and is also considered the gateway to the world’s largest Amish community to our West.
We think you'll enjoy one of the many adventures our Tuscarawas valley, Ohio has to offer and thank you for visiting our directory!
Best 'net regards,
Joe Rinehart, Publisher & webmaster
Welcome to the new Tusky Valley Ohio blog and thank you for visiting!
It is our goal to help share news and information regarding the Tuscarawas valley Ohio region integrated within this website and various social media accounts.
If you know of an RSS news feed in the Tusky valley region, please let us know so we can integrate it within our news feeds to provide even more current information direct from the source itself.
We and now integrating and testing automation that will publish articles from our blog to also post on our Facebook page or Twitter account. We are also aware of a few bugs or things not working as they should, but we are monitoring daily for software fixes and look forward to incoming RSS feeds and various search components to start working again, since it all worked fine in the old software versions.
Best 'net regards,