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MANSFIELD -- Law enforcement used justifiable force while exchanging gunshots with a Mount Gilead man in a March incident, according to the ruling of a Richland County Grand Jury.
Two people were killed in a two-vehicle, head-on collision Monday at 6:19 a.m. on Ohio 13 between Free and Noble roads in Bloominggrove Township.
Documents produced at the end of July shed light on Sam Randazzo’s role at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. But more documents before and after his tenure still haven’t been produced.
SHELBY -- The 2022 Shelby Whippet Alumni Band is organizing a farewell reunion as part of “The Last Game on Skiles Festivities” on Aug. 19.
MANSFIELD -- The Mansfield Division of Police would like to inform the community of the road closures and traffic delays expected on Saturday, Aug. 6 due to the "Shawshank Hustle" which is being held at the historic Ohio State Reformatory located at 100 Reformatory Road.
BELLVILLE -- U.S. Army PFC Steven D. Smith was not perfect. But he died an American hero.
Photos from the ceremony Thursday evening dedicating the PFC Steven D. Smith Memorial Highway -- Ohio 13 between the northern edge of the Village of Bellville to the southern border of the City of Mansfield. The ceremony took place inside the the Jefferson Township Hall and continued at the …
Mansfield police Asst. Chief Jason Bammann was fairly blunt Thursday morning. It's hard to solve a shooting incident when no one wants to talk about it.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has announced the appointment of the new superintendent of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
SHELBY — Shelby Oakland Cemetery Association announced Wednesday that it has chosen to support Wreaths Across America participating location Shelby Oakland Cemetery as part of the national organization’s Group Sponsorship Program.
The best future for the first home in Richland County built and owned by African-American residents may be an Ohio historical marker on a lot owned by the Mansfield branch of the NAACP.
Matt Finfgeld nearly nailed his prediction for local voter turnout Tuesday for a second statewide primary election. He correctly aimed low.
MANSFIELD – Josh Sheriff’s childhood decision to serve in the army left him with PTSD, depression, addiction and plans to take his own life.