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Shawshank site hosts 'Blood Prison' for Halloween starting Oct.9

By Carl Hunnell, City Editor

The annual Blood Prison haunt at the Ohio State Reformatory will open its doors on Oct. 9, operating on weekends through Nov. 1. Read more

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Prairie Peddler set for this weekend with COVID-19 restrictions

By Brittany Schock, Engagement & Solutions Editor

BUTLER — After more than three decades, the Prairie Peddler Marketplace is used to battling the elements to keep the festival afloat -- even, this year, amid a pandemic.  Read more

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OSU offers virtual gallery, performances focused on race and identity

By Katie Ellington, Staff Reporter

The public can view the latest on-campus gallery and theater performance virtually. Read more

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Renaissance offers new Ren-spiration classroom sessions, writing prompts

Special to Richland Source

The Renaissance Theatre will offer a new series of REN-Spiration Classroom sessions, beginning the week of Oct. 4. Read more

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Two Halloween classic films to be screened at The Renaissance

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The Renaissance will show two classic Halloween films in October -- Hocus Pocus and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Read more

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'A Christmas Story' auditions planned for Mansfield Playhouse

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MANSFIELD -- The Mansfield Playhouse will conduct auditions for "A Christmas Story" on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 29-30, beginning at 6 p.m. each evening. Read more

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Four Abraxas teachers receive Richland County Foundation TAP grants

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MANSFIELD – The Richland County Foundation awarded $61,659 in educational program grants for the upcoming school year to local teachers across Richland County for their creative or supplemental programs not covered by school funding. Read more

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Shelby shoppers donate 260 bags of groceries, $675 to F.I.S.H food pantry

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SHELBY – With the assistance of the greater Shelby community, United Steelworkers Local 3057 conducted a highly successful food drive on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Cornell’s IGA Supercenter. Read more

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Salvation Army Mansfield Sets Out to “Rescue Christmas”

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MANSFIELD – For the first time in 130 years, The Salvation Army is starting its annual holiday fundraising campaign early across the country in order to rescue Christmas. Read more

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Pond owners can buy a myriad of fish species from Richland Soil & Water Conservation District

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MANSFIELD — Attention pond owners, here's the opportunity to order fish from Richland Soil and Water Conservation District until October. Read more

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The Sherman Room at MRCPL: Preserving the history of Mansfield and Richland County for over 100 years

By Laurel Bocka

The Mansfield/Richland County Public Library (MRCPL) opened at its current location of 43 West Third Street on December 19, 1908. Since the first day in operation, the Sherman Room has had its place in the library, housing a small collection of donated furnishings, letters, and books. This collection has since grown into a unique and highly specialized treasure trove of history within the Reference Department that is still being utilized today. Read more

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Mansfield seeks a 2020 Christmas Tree donation

Special to Richland Source

MANSFIELD -- The City of Mansfield is looking for a live Christmas tree to place on display at the Carrousel Park located in downtown Mansfield. Read more

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Renaissance Theatre redesigns website using DRM; making it accessible on all platforms

By Tierra Thomas, Content Specialist

In the past, organizations could get away with not updating their websites for 10 years at a time. However, as technology advances and more options become available for people to browse the internet, a person’s internet experience can differ from someone else’s depending on the device they use. Read more

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Wild wolves in Ohio no longer exist, but do wolf-coyote hybrids roam the Midwest?

Waylon O'Donnell, Ashland Source Correspondent

Wolves were a vital member of Ohio's ecosystem; that is, until the species was successfully extripated from the state nearly 200 years ago.  There are some researchers who suggest that wolves still leave their biological footprint on Ohio's environment in the form of wolf-coyote hybrids. Read more

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GALLERY: Scenes inside Blood Prison 2020

By Carl Hunnell, City Editor

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