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Woman celebrates 100th birthday

January 12, 2017 Frances Jean Palchefsky Ritz was born Jan. 10, 1917, the daughter of Ignatius and Anna Palchefsky of Youngstown. more »»

ODOT project requires additional funds

January 12, 2017 At the first Canfield City Council meeting of 2017, members learned the next phase of the North Broad Street Safety Upgrade Project requires additional funds than forecasted. more »»

School board discusses 2017-18 year

January 12, 2017 The 2017-18 school calendar was a topic of interest at the Jan. 9 Canfield Board of Education meeting. more »»

YMRA offers final open house this year

November 24, 2016 For those who may have missed the Youngstown Model Railroad Association’s open house, there is one more chance to catch a train. YMRA, 751 N. more »»

CVMS honors veterans

November 17, 2016 Photos by Cindy DeRose / Town Crier... more »»

Township seeks loan to complete project

November 17, 2016 Canfield Township trustees approved going after a zero-interest loan to complete Phase II of the Starr Centre Drive storm drain and road rehabilitation project. more »»

Canfield Players present ‘White Christmas’

November 17, 2016 A small cast of 40 Canfield High School students will perform tap dance and jazz numbers in a colorful array of costumes this weekend as they present the musical, “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. more »»

Fire stations still accepting donations

November 17, 2016 CANFIELD — Though the annual Andy Skrobola Memorial Holiday Food Drive recently ended, Canfield city and township residents can still donate nonperishables at any Canfield fire station. more »»

Physics class goes mobile

November 10, 2016 For the 22nd consecutive year, Canfield High School physics teacher Steve Hlaudy held Mobile Mania Day for his senior class. The Physics Olympics showcase Nov. more »»

Canfield ends season with victory

November 3, 2016 Though it hasn’t been a historic season for the Canfield High School football team, it ended with a home victory over the Cardinals’ archenemies — the Poland Bulldogs. more »»

Tigers hand Cardinals 21-0 defeat

October 27, 2016 The playoff hopes of the Canfield High School football team took a mighty hit Friday at home against Howland. The Tigers prowled into Canfield and handed the Cardinals a horrific 21-0 defeat. more »»

City pulls plug on late fee

October 27, 2016 For the second time in a row, the issue of a late fee on a water bill took up most of the discussion at the Oct. 19 Canfield City Council meeting. The request was to wave a late fee for 535 N. more »»

Residents express interest in citizens review committee

October 27, 2016 Throughout the past two months, Canfield police Chief Chuck Colucci and other department officers have held community forums to talk with residents concerning the . more »»

Cards stop Spartans at home, 24-20

October 6, 2016 Hanging over the heads of the Canfield High School football team last weekend was the fact that the school had never upended crosstown rival Boardman on the football field. more »»

Canfield named top place to retire

October 6, 2016 At the Sept. 21 Canfield City Council meeting, city Manager Joe Warino shared some information on a recent ranking from the online financial site Insider Monke. more »»

Police address clown sightings

October 6, 2016 Canfield residents are familiar with the clowns that bring laughter during the Fourth of July parade and various events, but in the past week, a the circus has found its way to the Mahoning Valley,... more »»

Students learn about self-respect

October 6, 2016 “You are standing in the presence of greatness” was the message students recently heard at Canfield Village Middle School. more »»

Locals gather for 9/11 ceremony

September 15, 2016 The Town Crier Ceremonies marking the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were held Sunday in Austintown, Vienna, Warren and at local churches. more »»

 
 

 

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