Starting later this month, you can learn the basics from people who know what’s they’re talking about.
The Small Business Development Center at North Central State College and the North End Community Improvement Collaborative are presenting a “Small Business Basics” series.
Attendees can remove the confusions and ensure success in launching a small business. On seven selected Mondays, workshops will be presented on the following topics: More…
From First English Lutheran Church — There will be free produce distribution this Tuesday, October 11 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the west parking lot across from First English Lutheran Church on Park Avenue West.
Everyone is welcome, bring bags, ID, and join us. Supported by Greater Cleveland Food Bank. We have plenty of helpers to get produce to your car! Tell your friends!
As one attendee shared on social media after Sunday night’s Festival Evensong at Mansfield’s Grace Episcopal Church, “It was a step back in time. I loved the sanctuary, the atmosphere, and the music.”
The event was both an opportunity to hear choral music by British and American classical composers, as well as a benefit for Mid Ohio Opera. Members of the opera troupe sang works by Handel, Vivaldi, Tallis, Vaughn Williams and others, accompanied by Grace organist Lee Singleton. Singers included Joel Vega, Heidi Kirschenheister Vega, Lori Turner, and William Johnson. More…
Right in the heart of the Halloween season comes an opportunity to engage in a bit of a scare within the safe confines of downtown Mansfield.
On Friday, October 21, the Renaissance Theatre will present a screening of the movie, “Phantom of the Opera.” And not just any version of that classic – it’s the 1925 black and white, silent version starring famed horror film actor Lon Chaney.
Years ago, carousels were often made to be taken apart and moved from town to town, like amusement park rides of today. Instead of moving around, the Art B. Thomas Carousel at Prairie Village has been in one place for 50 years.
This week, however, the steam-powered attraction was taken apart by the Carousel Works company and now is on the move to its Mansfield woodworking shop. Volunteers have long been working to restore the 116 year-old ride, and Cecelia Wittmayer, a member of the Prairie Pasque Questers, is working on grant funding to help offset the cost of the restoration.
When Carousel Works looked at the carousel in 2011, Wittmayer said, they identified some ‘must repair and restore’ items, including the horses and chariots. More…
District Three of the Ohio Department of Transporation has issued its weekly review of road closures. Following are roadways in Richland County which will be impacted over the next several days:
State Route 61
SR 61, from just west of London West Rd to east of Opdyke Rd, is reduced to one lane of traffic as part of a micro seal project. One lane of traffic will be maintained with flaggers. The project is expected to be complete later this month. More…
Contemporary Christian music performing and recording artist Phil Wickham will be bringing his “Children of God Tour” to Mansfield on Thursday, October 13. Joining Wickham for the event will be fellow artists Stars Go Dim and Micah Tyler.
Wickham, who hails from San Diego, California, released his first of nine CDs in 2003. His latest release, Children of God, was issued in April of this year. More…