The parking lot was installed by the property owner, the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. The Chagrin Falls-based non-profit is restoring a 287-acre property and turning it into a nature preserve.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was funded by a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. This article was provided by Eye on Ohio, the no…
MANSFIELD – The Richland Soil & Water Conservation District (Richland SWCD) Board is seeking interested, conservation-minded, local leader…
MANSFIELD — Western Reserve Land Conservancy has acquired 287 acres of land in Richland County, just southeast of Mansfield, with a goal to co…
The Black Fork Project is no more, according to the project's owners, Capitol Power, a Canadian company pursuing contracted generation capacity throughout North America. The project was supposed to consist of 91 wind turbines measuring approximately 500 feet tall, spread out across 14,800 acres of private, mainly agricultural land leased from more than 100 landowners in Richland County.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This piece was previously published at Richland Source in 2013.
Long-time 6th Ward resident Jean Taddie was sworn in Tuesday evening to represent the district on Mansfield City Council.
Though there were no bids at the first of two sheriff sales for the land formerly owner by Pump House Ministries at 425 Orange Street, one local real estate developer did express interest. David Allen of Allen Holdings in Ashland said he plans to begin researching the Pump House property and hopes to come back to the next auction on Sept. 11 with a bid.