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Mansfield Police serve search warrants today at 125 and 129 Chilton Avenue, looking for stolen property and two suspects.
Richland County-area health officials hope measles waning Health officials hope measles waning Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1rCCJUC In this June 25, 2014 photo, a horse and buggy arrive for the Health and Safety clinic that included Measles, Mumps, & Rubella vaccinations for the Mennonite community of Richland ... (more)
Members of the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task arrested Antonio Taylor, 22, Tuesday morning at a residence in Mansfield.
Former Mansfield police Chief Dino Sgambellone declined to provide undercover officers to Abon Cards and Coins in a correspondence to owner Larry Bence dated Sept.
MANSFIELD Richland County is expected to be home to a new robotics, manufacturing and engineering training facility as soon as next year.
Although much of Richland and the surrounding counties finally reached 90 degrees yesterday for the first time this year, Lahm Airport did not, so officially Mansfield has yet to experience hot weather in 2014.
The week-long event features activities at the Mansfield Art Center, the main branch of the Mansfield-Richland County Public Library, the Final Friday concert at The Brickyard downtown, and wraps up Saturday night with 'Art Explosion"; also at the Mansfield Art Center.
Joblessness in Mansfield jumped in June after several months of gains, but experts say it's nothing to worry about.
This marks the 62nd annual women's golf event for Richland County's top female golfers, but just the second time the field has been expanded.
The Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society wants to rehabilitate a run-down property in a neighborhood near the old prison and use it as a rooming house for ghost-hunting visitors.
<![CDATA[The following people were indicted by a Richland County grand jury: Lawrence Clark, 32, Willard, domestic violence Bridgette Owens, 40, insurance fraud and falsification Cordell Hicks, 27, failure of a sexually oriented offender to notify of change of address, escape Brett M. Epps, 39, failure of a sexually oriented offender to notify of change of address, failure to verify change of address Crystal Perkins, 32, possession of drugs (two counts) Heather Ault, 27, burglary (two counts) and receiving stolen property Melissa Brock, 33, receiving stolen property and burglary (two counts) Danielle Fliger, 24, Shiloh, illegal conveyance of weapons or prohibited items onto grounds of specified governmental facility Devonta Thompson, 23, aggravated possession of drugs Delbert Owens, 21, Canton, grand theft of a motor vehicle (two counts) and falsification Carl Vasquez, 35, breaking and entering (two counts), vandalism, possessing criminal tools and tampering with evidence Danelle Kennedy, 31, breaking and entering (two counts), vandalism, receiving stolen property and tampering with coin machine Dylan Ohl, 22, Canal Fulton, theft and misuse of credit cards Krystal Caldwell, 29, aggravated possession of drugs Royce Cornelius, 28, receiving stolen property Diencia Brown, 22, trafficking in heroin (two counts) Michael Robinson, 24, domestic violence (two counts), aggravated trespass and menacing by stalking (two counts) James Gray, 44, forgery Jason Gibson, 33, failure of a sexually oriented offender to notify of change of address Shirley Dillen, 40, Columbus, forgery (two counts), identity fraud (two counts), misuse of credit cards (two counts) and tampering with evidence Nick Brown, 49, receiving stolen property (transfer to Shelby Municipal Court) Terry Huggins, 31, Marion, failure to appear on a personal recognizance bond Vincent Curry, 36, nonsupport of dependents (nine counts) Donnie Reynolds, 58, Shelby, domestic violence Lashaun Harrison, 36, Groveport, improperly handling firearm in a motor vehicle with forfeiture specification Mindy Dotson, 34, illegal conveyance of weapons or prohibited items onto grounds of specified governmental facility, possession of heroin and falsification Jennifer Rodriguez, 41, theft, receiving stolen property and falsification Kelly Noce, 47, theft, receiving stolen property and falsification Sue Camp, 32, illegal conveyance of weapons or prohibited items onto grounds of specified governmental facility, falsification, possession of marijuana and possession of drugs Mark Porter, 57, domestic violence Cary Lykins Jr., 39, Galion, theft
Guard your personal identity information with your life, or you could end-up like the victim in a case which has resulted in the indictment of 28-year-old Robert Hardesty of Mansfield.
College students taking their first steps toward the working world are recognized for their initiative in getting real- life experience for their first jobs.
Richland County Transit's fare increase has been in effect since May first, but having to pay extra money has not driven riders away.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 03:25 pm
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