Latest News

Don’t miss this five-part series about the challenges low-income renters face and potential ways to address them. 👇

This series is supported by Wayfinders Ohio.

Honoring Richland County’s Heroes

Carl Hunnell spotlights 8 local Medal of Honor recipients in this series supported by the Mansfield Cemetery Association.

What should our newsroom write about? Explore? Investigate? Explain? Let us know!

Example: Mansfield, Shelby, etc.

Upcoming Events


More News

Shelby Diaper Bank is serious business

SHELBY — It’s not actually a business when you give stuff away, but Shelby’s First Presbyterian Church’s volunteer group’s handling of the Shelby Diaper Bank is treating it like a very serious business. Recently the diaper bank underwent some major changes, and they weren’t sure it would continue. Pastor James…

1st OMBC Mohican Triathlon was no easy feat for these feet

LOUDONVILLE — I finished a race on Sept. 9, and, for a brief moment, experienced the elation of being in the lead. Happiness, however, is fleeting — especially when your legs and body cannot physically keep up.  I can see how being in the lead of a race is motivating,…

Crestview dominates South Central for 1st Firelands win

OLIVESBURG — Crestview pocketed its first Firelands Conference win of the year on Friday night. The Cougars turned back South Central 41-7 in a running-clock affair. Coach Steve Haverdill’s team rolled to a 13-0 first-quarter lead, and expanded the margin to 21-0 at halftime. The two schools swapped TDs in…

Defensive roar: Mansfield Senior stops Lexington, 37-10

LEXINGTON — Lexington quarterback Joe Caudill and wide receiver Brayden Fogle won some downfield battles on Friday night. A ferocious Mansfield Senior defense won the war, 37-10. The Tygers shut off the Minutemen running game (37 yards on 30 carries) and sacked Caudill five times in taking over sole possession…

Mapleton proves harsh visitor at Plymouth Homecoming

PLYMOUTH — It wasn’t the Homecoming game the Plymouth football team was hoping to host at Alumni Field. Instead, Mapleton turned the tables on the Big Red Vikings to earn a 42-14 victory on Friday night. Mounties’ quarterback Kollin Cline accounted for four touchdowns, and a key interception in the…


Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.