MANSFIELD -- Due to water main repairs, the City of Mansfield has stated it will be necessary to reduce traffic to single lane only in the following area while repairs are being made:
The Ohio State Highway Patrol on Monday sent 100 troopers to Minnesota on Monday to assist law enforcement officers with potential civil unrest.
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MADISON TOWNSHIP ─ Improvement projects on U.S. Route 30 will affect the road use in Madison Township for the next four months.
MANSFIELD – Ohio Farm Bureau volunteers and staff worked tirelessly throughout another challenging membership campaign in 2021 and helped the organization increase its “active” membership, which now exceeds the 68,000 member mark.
MANSFIELD -- Due to sanitary main repairs the city of Mansfield has announced it will be necessary to close sections of the following roads while work is being completed.
MANSFIELD — Two north central Ohio men are wanted for weapons charges and two more for domestic violence on this week's list of Most Wanted as compiled by the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitives Task Force in the Richland County Division.
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Mansfield City Council is expected Tuesday to discuss a contract with the Mansfield Area Y to again operate the Liberty Park swimming pool.
Registration is open until April 19 at noon. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered.
MANSFIELD ─ The goal for Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training is educating law enforcement officers on diverting people with mental health issues to get the help they need.
MANSFIELD – The Richland Public Health Department has released this week's updated data from the Ohio Department o health.
MANSFIELD -- The Richland County Engineer's Office has announced the following road closures for the week of April 19 to 23, weather permitting.
The owner of the Lexington Plaza property said he is working with a developer and hopes to present site plans to the village planning commission next month.
Guidelines for spending funds from the American Rescue Plan have left the Shelby Finance & Personnel Committee with more questions than answers.
Fleming Falls Road, between Fifth Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue, will be closed beginning Monday, April 19.
It doesn't look like statewide COVID-19 health restrictions are coming off any time soon.
States looking to make election changes are looking at Ohio's successful laws and voting procedures, according to a representative from Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office.
The Shelby Historic Preservation Commission will meet remotely Friday, April 16, at 9 a.m.
There were 17 citations for alleged distracted driving issued to motorists in north central Ohio during the recent 6-State Trooper Project.
No one was injured during a Wednesday afternoon shooting incident now being investigated by Ontario police.
MANSFIELD -- The Richland County Sheriff’s Office was awarded national accreditation on March 27, by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) in the Law Enforcement program.
MANSFIELD -- The City of Mansfield has announced that due to sewer department repairs it will be necessary to close sections of the following roads while work is being completed:
Paulette Hankins likely helped Matt Finfgeld learn everything he knows about elections.
Police are investigating the death of a 45-year-old man found deceased in his home on April 5.
MANSFIELD -- The mass vaccination clinics scheduled later this week at the Richland County Fairgrounds will go on as scheduled, Richland Public Health announced Tuesday.
COLUMBUS — Ohio's health officials have advised all vaccine providers to temporarily pause using the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine.
COLUMBUS -- The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced Monday awards of more than $300,000 to Ohio airports to provide economic relief from COVID-19.
Residents who lost loved ones due to COVID-19 are eligible to apply for up to $9,000 in reimbursed funeral costs, effective today, through the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
MANSFIELD — Four fugitives, all with Mansfield ties, are on this week's list of Most Wanted as compiled by the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitives Task Force in the Richland County Division.
MANSFIELD –Count On Me Richland County is seeking the input from Richland County’s Black and Brown community through a readily available survey.
COLUMBUS -- Hundreds of people touched by Alzheimer’s disease from around the state will gather virtually to send a message to the Ohio Legislature: Alzheimer’s is a public health crisis and advocates will continue to fight for resources for Ohio’s families.
A Mansfield resident wounded in a March 21 shooting incident likely survived due to ShotSpotter -- and the quick actions of a city police sergeant.
Three people sustained serious injuries during a crash on I-71 in Ashland County on Saturday, just before 4 a.m., according to the state patrol.
COLUMBUS – Motorists operating a vehicle while impaired by drugs, alcohol or a combination of them (OVI) continue to threaten the safety and security of citizens across Ohio every day.
ASHLAND – Ashland University faculty and staff who saw their wages and benefits reduced during the COVID-19 pandemic will have them fully restored in the new budget cycle beginning June 1, the university announced Thursday.
MANSFIELD – Eleven Richland County residents are hospitalized with COVID-19 when Richland County Public Health released its weekly updated numbers from the Ohio Department of Health on Friday afternoon.
MANSFIELD -- The following construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Richland County next week. All outlined work is weather permitting.
MANSFIELD -- Third Street Family Health Services will launch a mass drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, April 17, 2021, at 600 West Third Street, Mansfield. The Moderna vaccine will be administered.
MANSFIELD -- Richland County officials are slowly chipping away at the goal to vaccinate as many local residents as possible against the COVID-19 virus.
East Fifth Street from Purdy Street to Ashland Road will close Monday, April 12, for a sanitary main repair project.
The Ohio Department of Transportation on Thursday announced more than 270 projects will be active across 17 counties in northeast Ohio during 2021, including the continued work on U.S. 30 in Mansfield.
Numbers of new COVID-19 infections, emergency room visits and outpatient visits are all headed in the wrong direction in Richland County, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
SHELBY -- The Shelby City Health Department has stopped scheduling first dose COVID-19 vaccine clinics due to a lack of demand.
Richland County commissioners on Thursday delayed approval for funding a new local COVID-19 educational marketing campaign, asking organizers to also seek money from the City of Mansfield.
There were about 70 slots available as of 10 a.m. Walk-ins are welcome. Those with mobility challenges can request to receive the vaccine from their vehicle.
ONTARIO ─ The City of Ontario has given a boost to the revitalization of the former General Motors site.