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Atway chosen to fill vacated school board seat

January 22, 2020 A four member Canfield Board of Education held a roundtable session on Jan. more »»

Township trustees approve adding to the Windsor JEDD

January 22, 2020 Canfield Township Trustees approved an amendment to the Windsor House JEDD (Joint Economic Development District) at the first meeting of 2020. more »»

Canfield Speech & Debate finishes first

January 22, 2020 The Canfield Speech & Debate Team competed at Warren JFK on Jan. 11. Participating were 182 students, representing 13 schools. Canfield earned first place honors as a team. more »»

Boardman students send warmth to kids at Akron Children's Hospital

January 8, 2020 What does a moose, a lion, a fox and a raccoon have in common? They are all driving in cars on a brightly colored tie blanket on its way to a child at Akron Children's Hospital Beeghly Campus. more »»

Blankets of Hope at Hilltop

January 8, 2020 First grade students at Hilltop Elementary School in Canfield joined students across the country and helped with over 100 blankets as part of the Blankets of Hope project. more »»

Boardman Police to get new vehicle

January 8, 2020 At the Dec. 30 meeting of the Boardman Township trustees, approval was given to purchase a new armored police vehicle at a cost of $225,000. more »»

City Council starts year with a hiccup

January 8, 2020 On Jan. 2, Canfield Mayor Richard Duffet held a special swearing in meeting at City Hall prior to the first regular meeting of the new year. At the 5 p.. more »»

Water District wraps up 2019

December 30, 2019 The ABC Water and Storm Water District held its final meeting for 2019 on Dec. 23. The Board passed some important items to bring in more funding for future projects in Boardman and Canfield. more »»

Three resignations accepted at final Board of Ed meeting for 2019

December 23, 2019 Canfield’s Superintendent and two Board of Education members turned in their resignations at the Dec. 18 school board meeting for consider. more »»

A time to remember

December 23, 2019 more »»

CHS Swim and Dive team hosts annual fundraiser for team

December 23, 2019 On Jan. 5, 2020, the Canfield High School Swim and Dive Team will host its annual pancake breakfast in the high school cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Post 177 honors McDonald’s support

December 18, 2019 On Friday (Dec. 13) a delegation from American Legion Post 177 showed up at the Canfield McDonald’s Restaurant to present a special plaque to Supervisor Trey Locke. more »»

Canfield Speech Team finishes first

December 18, 2019 The Canfield Speech & Debate Team competed at the South Range Tournament on Dec. 7. Two hundred and fouty-two students participated, representing 16 schools. more »»

Trustees hear zoning complaint

December 18, 2019 Township resident Kirk Bunch addressed trustees regarding a neighbor whose home business is causing a situation on South Palmyra Road. more »»

Council gets back from paving company

December 11, 2019 In what City Manager Wade Calhoun called a very unusual event, council had to pass an ordinance for a change order regarding the 2019 paving project. more »»

CVMS tops donors for Second Harvest

December 11, 2019 Students at Canfield Village Middle School have again proved they care. They collected 45 boxes of food for Second Harvest Food Bank that came in at 4,933 pounds of non-perishables. more »»

Trustees discuss vacant Fairway property

December 4, 2019 Trustees spent some time discussing a vacant property, pool and house located at 4055 Fairway Drive at the Nov. 26 meeting. Estimates were obtained regarding the removal of an inground pool. more »»

Leaf pick up and pickle ball appear on city agenda

December 4, 2019 At the Nov. 20 Canfield City Council meeting, the issue of leaf pick up was mentioned. more »»

Meteorologist makes a visit to Hilltop

December 4, 2019 Second graders at Hilltop Elementary School have been collecting, documenting and observing weather change. more »»


T.O.P.S. Group 2191 weekly meeting December 5, 2019

T.O.P.S. Group 2191, Austintown, meets at 5:45 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 or maintain weight loss. For more information, call 330-550-0169, or visit more »

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