Mansfield Local Business
Local business in Mansfield, OH
Thursday Oct 1 | via WMFD-TV Mansfield
A Richland County Grand Jury review of the March 10th death of 29-year-old Terrance Moxley, who struggled with police and staff at the Volunteers of America halfway house on North Main Street in Mansfield, has concluded. After interviewing eight witnesses, the grand jury found the officers and staff did not do anything that would warrant criminal charges. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
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Wednesday Sep 23 | via WVIZ-TV Cleveland
The Cuyahoga County Land Bank has been buying, demolishing or rehabilitating blighted properties since the foreclosure crisis hit the region nearly a decade ago. The idea is growing in smaller counties around Ohio. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via News Journal
Muskingum University will host a vigil Wednesday night in remembrance of 18-year-old Bryce N. Skok, who died Tuesday in a head-on-crash. Muskingum U. plans vigil after fatal crash Muskingum University will host a vigil Wednesday night in remembrance of 18-year-old Bryce N. Skok, who died Tuesday in a head-on-crash. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 22 | via News Journal
Renaissance, Little Buckeye Children's Museum team up The Renaissance is building a mini version of its stage for the Little Buckeye museum. Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1KtgpE6 Michael Miller, president and CEO of the Renaissance Theatre, explains how a portion of the Buckeye Children's Museum will mimic the downtown Mansfield landmark. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via News Journal
Area home sales on the rise Summer Home sales in the Mansfield area are up significantly over last year Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1Krnrt4 MANSFIELD - The number of homes sold in Richland and surrounding counties this summer is up significantly over last year as the local real estate market continues to rebound. Area realtors say low interest rates and increased job and home price stability is giving buyers, many of them first-time homebuyers, confidence to invest in home ownership. Comment?
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