The Richland County Land Bank is to receive $275,000 from Ohio’s Neighborhood Initiative Program (NIP) to fund 22 demolitions, land bank manager Amy Hamrick announced Wednesday at the organization’s regular meeting.
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ODOT is set to invest $158 million in safety projects annually for Ohio's roadways.
Richland County could save $300,000 by refunding some long-term bonds and replacing them with lower-interest notes.
The Ohio Senate today unanimously passed the state’s two-year operating budget, legislation that invests in Ohio’s essential public services while providing tax relief to residents and preserving key reforms important to Ohio’s growth.
Mansfield City Council is expected Tuesday evening to discuss a plan to issue $13.3 million in 10-year bonds for a city-wide water meter replacement program.
MANSFIELD -- Mayor Tim Theaker will ask Mansfield City Council on Tuesday night to approve administrative and operational guidelines for the D…
Mansfield only receives revenue on 40 percent of the water it produces, according to City Engineer Bob Bianchi, who implored City Council to proceed with an $18 million city-wide replacement program for its water meter and data collection system.
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) visited Idea Works on Tuesday and then sat down to discuss a wide variety of topics with Richland Source newsroom editors, including the Mansfield Rising plan.
Ontario’s proposed 2019 budget includes approximately $1.6 million for repaving Lexington-Springmill Road and the funding needed to begin cleanup of the former General Motors property, according to Dan Zeiter, chairman of council’s finance committee.
MANSFIELD -- There will a public hearing March 28 at 10:30 a.m. to provide residents and organizations with information on Richland County's p…