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Mansfield City Schools Begin Search For New Superintendent

MANSFIELD, OH - The Mansfield City School District will begin a search for a new superintendent. Current Superintendent Brian Garverick will remain on the position until the board of education completes its search.

WMFD

Most Wanted includes fugitives from Mansfield, Ashland & Marion

MANSFIELD -- Four fugitives are among this week's Most Wanted in north central Ohio, according to a list compiled by the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force, Richland County Division.

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Mansfield Woman Fights For Life-Changing Treatment

MANSFIELD, OH - Jessicca Berry was a busy, working mom to four daughters living a happy, healthy family life with her husband Todd - until she fell ill with two rare and debilitating dieases that affect her nervous system and her brain. Now, she and her family are raising the money they need for a l

WMFD

Windham superintendent accused of having sex with student, attempting to have relations with another student

WINDHAM, Ohio — Windham schools superintendent Laura Amero is facing a slew of charges after she allegedly had sex with one student and allegedly attempted to have sexual relations with a second student, according to an indictment from Portage County Common Pleas Court.

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Human remains found by Ohio mushroom hunters

PIKE COUNTY, Ohio (WKYT/WBNS) - Authorities in Pike County, Ohio, say human remains were found Monday by mushroom hunters, 10TV reports. Sheriff Charles Reader told 10TV the remains were found in the area of Buchanan Road and Trego Road, which is west of Waverly.

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Missing 2-year-old boy who walked away from his home in the middle of the night located sleeping in neighbor's car

GREEN, Ohio — A 2-year-old boy from Green who walked away from his home during the middle of the night Sunday has been found, according to the Summit County Sheriff's Office.

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Mansfield police searching for suspect in brutal stabbing

MANSFIELD, OH (WOIO) - Police in Mansfield were called to a home on Gatewood Drive around 11:15 p.m. Saturday. When officers arrived, they found a man suffering from multiple stab wounds. The victim was transported from the scene to an area hospital for treatment of injuries described as severe.

CLEVELAND19.COM

Dog recovering after being shot multiple times in Mansfield

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A chihuahua is recovering after being shot multiple times in Manfield. His owner is now asking why anyone would want to do this do a dog that ways less than 10 pounds.

CLEVELAND19.COM

Mansfield designated a Tree City USA for 24th straight year

MANSFIELD – Mayor Tim Theaker has announce that the National Arbor Day Foundation has named the City of Mansfield a “Tree City USA” for the 24th consecutive year. To receive this award, a community and its Shade Tree Commission must demonstrate a commitment to implementing a sound urban forestry pol

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Man stabbed several times in Mansfield

MANSFIELD, Ohio– The Mansfield Police Department is investigating a stabbing that happened Saturday night. Officers were called to the area of Gatewood Drive at about 11:15 p.m. Police said the man was severely injured and taken to a hospital for treatment of numerous stab wounds.

CLEVELAND NEWS - FOX 8

May 15 is deadline to apply for Richland County NAACP scholarship

MANSFIELD -- The Mansfield Branch of the NAACP will donate a scholarship to a Richland County College student this spring. The award this year will be $1,000. The deadline to apply is May 15.

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New Ohio bill increases age to receive driver's license

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTRF) - A new proposed bill would require teen drivers in Ohio to wait a little longer for their license. Drivers under 18 would hold their learner's permits for a full year before earning their license at 16 and a half-years-old at the earliest.

WTRF

Cash for trash — it's a big business

“Everybody wants this trash because there is value in trash” — those are the words of Pete Welch, Huron County director of operations, referring to the solid waste collected here.

NORWALK REFLECTOR

2 arrested on drug charges in Meigs County, Ohio

MEIGS COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) – Two men were arrested on drug charges after methamphetamine was recovered in the Portland area, the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office says. Randall Gale Nichols II, 33, of Portland, and Jeremiah J. Roush, 25, of Reedsville, both face related charges, including possession of m

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Ohio Mom Says Kids Were Kicked Out Of Christian School Because She Is Unmarried

Summer Grant claims that her two daughters were kicked out of Chapel Hill Christian School because an administrator took issue with her kids having different fathers. An Akron, Ohio mom is trying to get her two children back into a Cuyahoga Falls private school after they were kicked out because an

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Ohio considering new regulations on tattoo artists and body piercers

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - If Governor DeWine's two-year budget plan is passed, tattoo artists and body piercers could see new regulations. Right now, tattoo parlors report to their local health departments. The new proposal would add state oversight.

WDTN

Mansfield woman finds healing through faith, music

The expression “thank God” is often uttered as a causal response to a trivial pleasure. “It’s not raining today. Thank God.” Or “Avocados are on sale. Thank God.”

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Ashland University Trial: Sudden settlement ends 2-plus year lawsuit

The lawsuit between six former professors and Ashland University stretched over nearly two-and-a-half years before being settled suddenly late on Friday. A complaint was filed by the six formerly tenured professors that alleged the university breached its contract with them after they were terminate

TIMES-GAZETTE.COM

School & business closings, delays around central Ohio

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WBNS 10TV COLUMBUS

Technical issues affecting Cleveland Hopkins email and flight, baggage information screens

CLEVELAND — Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is experiencing technical issues that are impacting several systems, including the airport’s email, as well as its flight and baggage information screens.

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