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Richland Countians Can Learn About Complete Streets

20 Oct , 2016  

The Richland County Regional Planning Commission is sponsoring a “Complete Streets” workshop on November 3.

In promotion for the event, the Commission shares, “Streets are a vital part of livable, attractive communities. Everyone ought to have safe, comfortable, and convenient access to community destinations and public places. Complete Streets are streets for everyone. They are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops, and bicycle to work.” More…



Mansfield Senior Grad Presents At SunDownRunDown

20 Oct , 2016  

All Things Business

Local Operation Receives Safety Award

20 Oct , 2016  

A Mansfield business has been named recipient of an award for employee safety.

TMS International’s sites in the United States and Canada recently received a total of 49 Safety Awards from the National Slag Association (NSA) for 2015, the most of any steel mill services company.

The NSA Safety Awards recognize superior performance as measured against Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable injury rates. The awards were presented to the Company during the NSA’s fall meeting held in Isles of the Palm, South Carolina. More…


History & Tourism

Mansfield, The Melting Pot

20 Oct , 2016  

The following is a news release from the Mansfield Richland County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Immerse yourself in new places and allow your eyes to open. History and traditions enhance the mind and expand your compassion, which is why cultural tourism is an increasing trend. Richland County is filled with a variety of cultures from all around the globe; some may even say that Mansfield is a melting pot. Start your journey here!


Whether your great grandparents are from Germany or you simply want to try out something new, stop by Mary Ann’s Meat Market for authentic German sausage! This recipe was previously own by Weidle’s Meats and has become a holiday staple for local German families. Another place to visit is the Mansfield Liederkranz, a private social club that opens their doors to the public for daily lunch specials and Friday dinners featuring anything from delicious German sausage, schnitzel, cheese steaks, burgers, and so much more! More…

All About Mansfield, Downtown

Ghosts, Arts, Music, and Fun

20 Oct , 2016  

It’s a very busy fall weekend coming up in Mansfield and surrounding communities. We’ve gone through the various offerings for you and placed them with links to easy access for details, tickets, registration etc.. Click on an event name for additional information.

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Richland County Foundation Announces $478,000 In Grants

19 Oct , 2016  

On its website, the Richland County Foundation has announced the awarding of grants totaling almost one-half million dollars. According to the Foundation,

“The Richland County Foundation Board of Trustees approved close to $478,000 in grants to area nonprofit agencies during its October meeting. Projects that received grants and are impacting area residents include: More…



Glowing Kingwood

19 Oct , 2016  

Kingwood Center Gardens was all-orange this past weekend during its annual Pumpkin Glow.

The Great Pumpkin Glow; October 16, 2016! #thegreatpumpkinglow #kingwoodcenter #mansfieldohio

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Curious Critters Invade Malabar Intermediate

19 Oct , 2016  

An award-winning author and freelance photographer with roots in Richland County brought his craft to Malabar Intermediate School on Tuesday. David FitzSimmons, nationally acclaimed author of the “Curious Critters” book series, discussed his work in separate sessions with fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders, then led two afternoon workshops for combined groups of fifth- and sixth-graders.

“Young people from about ages five to 12 are my first audience. Parents and educators are my secondary audience,” FitzSimmons told students in his final session of the day. “This is my job. I’m always working to be sure that my books meet national science standards. Before I write I study what you need to learn. When I do research I am very careful to document my sources,” he said. More…