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Mansfield parks committee may raise fees at Clearfork Campground

MANSFIELD - After months of discussing what to do with the Clearfork Campground, Mansfield City Council is reviewing legislation that would raise fees in 2018. If passed, the proposed legislation would allow the safety service director to raise seasonal rates at the campground to $2,200 beginning in

RICHLANDSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Local Volunteers Give Thanks By Serving Thanksgiving Dinners

Over at Ashland Elks Lodge 1360, Tom Bray talked about the lodge's 17th annual dinner, and the Elks' general mission in the community. "We hope that everybody comes in and enjoys a meal if they have no place else to go," Bray said. "The Elks is a fraternal organization that likes to give back to the

WMFD - 2017-11-23 20:54:37

POLL: Medical marijuana in Mansfield

Mansfield City Council approved banning medical marijuana dispensaries in the city earlier this month. What do you think? Do you support the city's move, or oppose it? Vote in the poll below. If you do not see the poll, please refresh your browser. Mansfield City Council approved banning medical mar

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Elite talent due at Mansfield Christian's Dec. 30 girls basketball showcase

MANSFIELD -- Girls basketball season begins on Friday, just as everyone has digested their Thanksgiving turkey. Yet Mansfield Christian coach J.R. Wilson noted it's hard not to look a little further down the road. The Flames will host a number of high-level statewide teams as well as elite national

RICHLANDSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-22 17:30:00

Skybox to expand, bring 28 jobs to Mansfield

MANSFIELD - A packaging product and equipment manufacturer in Mansfield intends to bring 28 new, full-time jobs with a total payroll of $1.3 million, according to the city's economic development director Tim Bowersock. Since opening in 2001, Skybox Packaging has grown three times its initial size. A

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Mansfield company plans to create 28 jobs over next three years

MANSFIELD - Mansfield company Skybox Packaging plans to create 28 jobs over the next three years as part of a tax incentive agreement with the city and a planned expansion of the company's building. Mansfield City Council on Tuesday night approved granting a job creation tax credit to Skybox, with 5

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Board is asked: Is Mansfield schools staff diverse enough?

MANSFIELD - Diversity and racial equity were the topic of public discussion once again at a Mansfield City Schools board of education meeting Tuesday. Effie James, who addressed the board in August to question why Stan Jefferson was not hired as campus director, took the floor during the public par

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Mansfield City Schools announces $150K grant from Ohio Dept. of Education

MANSFIELD -- Mansfield Senior High School will take steps toward improving the culture for its students thanks to a $150,000 grant presented by the Ohio Department of Education. "We have been awarded $150,000 towards the high school, specifically on family and community engagement," said Martin Lind

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Henderson man arrested for trafficking meth

Courtesy: Henderson County Detention Center A Henderson man is arrested after authorities say he sold meth to an undercover officer. Detectives with the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force arrested 28-year-old Darrell Landon Hayes on Monday, November 20, in the parking lot of Sureway South located on Sou

WTVW - 2017-11-23 23:17:22

Goodfellows: A Henderson tradition since 1939

HENDERSON -- Goodfellows is a tradition that apparently can't be replicated on a larger scale. Something about it just fits Henderson perfectly. Richard Pendergraft, a longtime organizer and spokesman for the Henderson nonprofit, said super-sizing the Goodfellows effort for larger cities has been tr

GLEANER - 2017-11-24 13:52:07

Henderson woman arrested on DUI charge

A Henderson woman is in jail after police say she crashed her SUV and then left the scene. The crash happened just before 7 a.m. on Old Madisonville Road. Police say a witness saw the driver get out of the car and walk away. Officers say they found 33-year-old Courtney Barrus in the tree line near

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Henderson man sentenced for breaking woman's eye socket

HENDERSON -- A Henderson man accused of kicking a woman in the face and breaking her eye socket has been sentenced for the assault. Jeffery S. Stewart, 46, address unavailable, was sentenced in Henderson Circuit Court recently to five years for second-degree assault. He was also sentenced to three y

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Acting Henderson police chief named

Eyewitness News has learned Henderson City Manager Russell Sights named an acting police chief. Effective December 1st, Lt. Jason Hargitt will fill the position, which is being vacated by current Chief Charles Stauffer. Earlier this year, Stauffer announced he is retiring after 23 years on the force

WTVW - 2017-11-22 15:18:25

Henderson invests in Industrial Park

The city of Henderson has bought more than 100-acres on the south side to expand their industrial park. Henderson's existing industrial park is situated along Sand Lane, but it is full. Because they didn't have a site within city limits or within their utility area to bring any other industry in, le

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Henderson gearing up to outfit police officers with body cameras

HENDERSON - After a six-month study and testing period, the city of Henderson is ready to move forward on outfitting its police officers with body cameras. "We feel that adopting these bodycams will allow us to do our job in a safer and more thorough manner," Henderson Police Department Major Jermai

GLEANER - 2017-11-22 18:24:55

Free holiday music events coming up in Henderson

Two amazing opportunities to soak up beautiful Christmas music are coming to Henderson in the days to come. Don't miss your chance to attend either of these free events.Alice P. Taylor Candlelight Service First up is one of the community's oldest-running events, the Alice P. Taylor Candlelight Servi

GLEANER - 2017-11-22 14:39:05

Fiancee of fallen Sgt. Collin Rose poses for wedding photos alone

(WXYZ) - Nikki Salgot, the fiancee of fallen Sgt. Collin Rose, posed for wedding photos solo, recently posting them to her Facebook page with a powerful message. Wayne State University Police Sgt. Rose was killed in the line of duty while patrolling near campus one year ago. Rose is remembered for

WXYZ - 2017-11-24 13:40:14

Historic 'Clarenceville' hospital getting a $160 million makeover

Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, formerly Botsford Hospital, is located within the Clarenceville School District. The land where the hospital stands was once part of a small settlement founded in 1837 called Clarenceville that encompassed parts of Farmington Hills, Livonia and Redford. The settl

HOMETOWNLIFE.COM - 2017-11-24 12:54:06

2 drivers hospitalized after apparent drunken driving crash in Canton

CANTON, Mich. - Two drivers were hospitalized Friday after a two-car crash in Canton, police said. The incident happened around 12:10 a.m. in the area of Ford Road and Ridge Road. Police said a 37-year-old Canton man was driving east on Ford Road in a 2002 Chevrolet Corvette when he lost control o

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-24 13:23:51

Eco friendly: Palumba, an all-natural toy store, opens in Plymouth

When Judy Alexander had her first son, she realized she had a problem. It was the very early years of the eco-friendly movement and, for people who valued organic food and clothing and furniture, there wasn't much out there. So she set to work to fix that. Today, what started as a side hustle has tu

HOMETOWNLIFE.COM - 2017-11-24 00:38:00