Sports

Two Tiger Collegiate Teams Take Westbrook

18 Oct , 2017  

This past weekend, it was “Tiger Time” as men’s and women’s golf teams from the North Coast Athletic Conference converged on Mansfield for the NCAC Fall Preview.

A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III, the NCAC features championship competition in 23 sports — 11 for men and 12 for women. The Conference includes ten competitive small colleges and universities in the Midwest. More…

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History & Tourism

When Mansfield Welcomed: Buffalo Bill

18 Oct , 2017  

It was a brilliant Saturday in July, 1896 when Buffalo Bill came to town. Not just Buffalo Bill, mind you – his famous “Wild West Show” was in tow and put on two performances in a lot on East Fourth Street.

Buffalo Bill, born William Frederick Cody in 1846, grew up on the frontier and loved every aspect of that way of life. As he grew older, some of the titles he earned, or at least ascribed to himself, including buffalo hunter, U.S. Army scout and guide, and showman, as well as Pony Express Rider, Indian fighter, and even author. Whatever Cody’s titles, he was destined for fame. More…

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YouTube

Take A Ride On The Macy’s Elevator

17 Oct , 2017  

Everyone has their hobbies, and this videographer appears to enjoy visiting elevators across the country, many of which are in malls and hotels. A visit to Mansfield included a stop at Macy’s in Richland Mall. Below you can go for a ride with Gabe. More…

History & Tourism

Landmarks Of Mansfield: Grace Gospel Tabernacle

17 Oct , 2017  

Mansfielders of today might not recognize the original name of this familiar building, itself nearing its 100th birthday.

On Sunday, October 10, 1920, the Grace Gospel Tabernacle was dedicated at 95 East Third Street in downtown Mansfield. The congregation, which had been founded just four years previously, was enthusiastic about their new building — which was already a bit snug. More…

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All About Mansfield

Ashland University, Ohio Health In Richland County Benefit From Grant Partnership

17 Oct , 2017  

Ashland University’s Dwight Schar College of Nursing and Health Sciences has been awarded $198,828 in renewal grant funding from the Ohio Board of Nursing’s Nurse Education Grant Program (NEGP). This two-year grant funding makes possible Ashland’s “Undergraduate Nursing Expansion: Services Excellence and Clinical Faculty Joint Appointments” project in partnership with OhioHealth Mansfield and Shelby Hospitals. More…

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All About Mansfield

Catholic Charities Celebrating 75 Years In North Central Ohio

17 Oct , 2017  

Catholic Charities is holding an event to mark three quarters of a century in service to the Richland County area, and you’re invited to join the celebration!

“Grace Before Meals,” with Fr. Leo Patalinghug and Bishop Daniel E. Thomas on Tuesday, will take place on November 7 at the Kehoe Center, 175 Mansfield Avenue in Shelby.

Fr. Leo, television host of Savoring Our Faith on EWTN, will demonstrate how simply creating and sharing a meal can strengthen all kinds of relationships. Doors open at 5:30 PM, and the dinner program begins at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $50 per person. More…

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Schools

Bus Hostage Drill Undertaken

16 Oct , 2017  

A Mansfield City Schools bus took center stage Friday morning as the Mansfield Police Department conducted a bus hostage training drill on the Richland County Fairgrounds. Approximately 30 law enforcement personnel, included SWAT officers, participated. More…

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All About Mansfield

Decorate A Bowl At The MAC

16 Oct , 2017  

It’s a great combination – an afternoon of fun and refreshments, an opportunity to make great art, and the ability to give back to the wider community.

You are invited to come to the Mansfield Art Center on one of two sessions – October 27 or November 4 – and have fun decorating and glazing a soup bowl. Then, on December 9, you can bring the bowl back to the Center to share in a free meal together of soup, drinks, and desserts in an event known as the “Charit-A-Bowl.” More…

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All About Mansfield, Schools

OSR Marketing Director Profiled By OSUM

16 Oct , 2017  

From million-dollar movie sets to haunted ghost tours, Ohio State Mansfield graduate Dan Smith has a part in all of the action as the marketing director at the Ohio State Reformatory.

Smith grew up in the Mansfield area. From a young age, he knew he wanted to attend The Ohio State University at Mansfield. “Probably around 9th grade, I made up my mind where I wanted to go,” Smith reminisces. “My mom went to Ohio State Mansfield and a lot of my friends went here and loved it. I knew it was the place for me.” More…

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