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Council puts communication tower on hold

December 12, 2018 An ordinance was tabled at the Dec. 5 Canfield City Council meeting that was a request for a change in a lease agreement for a 30-foot by 30-foot piece of property at 519 North Broad S. more »»

 
 
 
Mancini visits Canfield and Boardman to sign bottles

December 12, 2018 Vally native Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini paid a visit to Canfield and Boardman Giant Eagles to sign bottles of his Boom Boom Bourban whiskey. more »»

Girls beat Chardon 63-4

December 5, 2018 The age-old saying “defense wins championships,” is usually said about football, but can be applied to high school basketball too. That’s especially true when discussing the Canfield girls team. more »»

City Council approves series of preventative ordinances

November 28, 2018 Canfield City Council approved several ordinances at the Nov. 21 meeting that were designed to help head off potential problems within the cit. more »»

Cub Scout Pack 25 begins food drive to benefit Operation Blessing

November 28, 2018 All of the families of Canfield’s Cub Scout Pack 25 will be working hard on their first annual food drive to benefit the Canfield Operation Blessing this Christmas season. more »»

Canfield's Stein to Sign National Letter of Intent to wrestle at the Ohio State University

November 19, 2018 Canfield senior wrestler Tyler Stein has verbally committed to continue his academic and wrestling career in college at the Ohio State University. On Wednesday Nov. more »»

Give a toot this coming Saturday

November 19, 2018 From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this coming Saturday (Nov. 24) members of the MVRHA (Mahoning Valley Railroad Heritage Association) will host the 2018 Whistle Blow. more »»

Dog Park met with strong opposition

November 14, 2018 The proposed dog park for Fair Park met with strong opposition at the Canfield City Council meeting on Nov. 7 when residents of the Villas at Fair Park showed up. more »»

Canfield holiday food drive underway

November 14, 2018 The annual Andy Skrobola Memorial Food Drive is currently underway. more »»

City’s final push for ballot issues ends with powerful debate

November 7, 2018 Canfield City Council held a series of Town Hall meetings in the past few months, ending last week with a debate over the two ballot issues voters decided on in Tuesday’s election. more »»

Local artist and foundation set up seed for art show

November 7, 2018 Local artist Nils Johnson Jr. held a small gathering of public officials, friends and family on Nov. 2 to announce the start of an annual art show for Canfield. more »»

Fall/winter season prep underway in township

October 31, 2018 As the weather turns, the township trustees are looking at getting important tasks done. One is street sweeping, specifically on Pheasant Run Drive and Cedar Park Drive. more »»

Canfield and Poland reach agreement on Battle of 224

October 31, 2018 An agreement was reached between the Canfield Local School District and the Poland Local School District to continue the athletic rivalry. more »»

Finance Director gets award for keeping great records

October 24, 2018 Each year the City of Canfield, like other Ohio cities, is audited to make sure the books are correct. When there is a clean audit for an entity in Ohio, the Ohio Auditor's Office issues an award. more »»

Food sought for Andy Skrobola Memorial Food Drive

October 24, 2018 The annual Andy Skrobola Memorial Food Drive is about to begin. more »»

Fire District brings fire safety game show to schools

October 17, 2018 As part of Fire Safety Week this month, the Cardinal Joint Fire District visited the elementary schools with a game show style format. more »»

Trustees get good report on electronics drive

October 17, 2018 The annual Green Team electronics drive for Canfield Township was a huge success, but was a little more than expected. more »»

City Council hears proposal for a dog park

October 10, 2018 At the Oct. 3 Canfield City Council meeting, a discussion was held about a possible dog park located at Fair Park. more »»

Ursuline senior selected to perform solo piano recital at Heinz Hall

October 10, 2018 Joel Kreuzwieser, resident of Canfield, was selected to perform a solo piano recital at Heinz Hall as a young artist of the Steinway Society of Western PA on Feb. more »»

City sets date for first Fall Festival

October 10, 2018 The City of Canfield has set Oct. 20 from 1 to 7 p.m. as the date for the first Fall Festival. The event will take place on the Village Green and will feature the sale of beer and wine. more »»

Yoga returns to Village Green

October 10, 2018 Yoga returns to Village Green ... more »»

 
 

T.O.P.S. Group 2191 weekly meeting November 15, 2018

T.O.P.S. Group 2191, Austintown, meets at 6 p.m. Thursdays at Wickliffe Presbyterian Church, 45 Idlewood Drive, Austintown. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a support group for those trying to lose weight. For more information, call 330-799-2894, or visit www.tops.org. more »

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