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Canfield senior not waiting to make a difference

September 19, 2018 Last month, Ohio Attorney General Mike De Wine announced the more than 300 students who will be representing 52 Ohio counties after being named to his office' Teen Ambassador Board for the upcoming... more »»

Mayor gets a flag of thanks

September 12, 2018 At the start of the Sept. 5 Canfield City Council meeting, a special presentation was made. Members of the American Legion Post 177 presented the mayor and city manager with a special flag. more »»

Exchange student welcomed

September 12, 2018 At a recent Rotary luncheon, the Rotary Club of Canfield welcomed their 2018-2019 Youth Exchange student, Laurita, from a small town in northern Chile. more »»

Cardinals fly high at fair exhibition

September 5, 2018 Cardinals fly high at fair exhibition ... more »»

Fall Market set for Sept. 15

August 29, 2018 The Canfield Junior Women's League 49th Annual Fall Market has been set for Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Village Green in Canfield. more »»

Local artist to have work displayed at Riffe Gallery

August 29, 2018 In July, a special exhibition opened at the Ohio Art Council‚'s Riffe Gallery. more »»

City Council deals with requests to waive water bills

August 22, 2018 Canfield City Council had to deal with three requests to waive part of the charges on utility bills at last week's (Aug. 15) meeting. more »»

Hilltop student helps others

August 15, 2018 Hilltop Elementary student Kane Kasik, 9, made his summer break count when it came to helping others. He operated a lemonade stand and used the proceeds to help other students get ready for school. more »»

Pack 115 kicks off Fall 2018 with a bang

August 15, 2018 Canfield Cub Scouts Pack 115 is wrapping up a fun-filled summer program and getting ready to welcome existing and new members at a unique Meet the Pack Mini-Camp on Wednesday, September 12 at Camp... more »»

Cheer Camp makes kids Cardinal Strong

August 15, 2018 During last week's cheerleading camp, 210 campers (50 of which were 3- and 4-year-olds) were in attendance, in addition to 45 high school cheerleaders. more »»

Canfield Local School district welcomes new administrators

August 15, 2018 The Canfield Local School District welcomed Michael Cochran and Richard Shields to the Cardinal family this month. more »»

Police to present community safety event

August 8, 2018 With the start of school right around the corner, there's no better time for a Canfield Community Safety Day. That is exactly what the Canfield Police Department is going to host on Saturday, Au. more »»

City Council puts two issues before voters

August 8, 2018 In a special meeting of the Canfield City Council on Aug. 1, council decided to put two issues on the November ballot after receiving the recommendations of the Charter Review Commissio. more »»

Local scout finishes huge Eagle project at On Target

August 1, 2018 On Friday, a completed shooting range was unveiled as Boy Scout Tim McNally took one final look at the project he took on to earn his Eagle designation. more »»

Canfield Library adds two “Veterans Parking” spaces

August 1, 2018 On Wednesday (July 25) two new “Veterans Parking Only” signs were officially dedicated at the Canfield branch of the Public Library. more »»

Bug Hunters congregate at Camp Stambaugh

August 1, 2018 Cub Scout Bug Hunters Camp wrapped up on Friday (July 27) after a week-long day camp geared to give the younger Cub Scouts the feel for being out in the woods. more »»

City Council sets Aug. 1 meeting for ballot issues

July 25, 2018 Canfield City Council has set aside Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m. for a special council meeting to consider changes proposed by the Charter Review Commission of the City of Canfield. more »»

Canfield man trains the judges

July 18, 2018 After Mike Klem of Canfield went through open heart surgery, things changed in his life. He put together a bucket list of things he wanted to do, then he started pursuing those things. more »»

Mooney teen to serve on state panel

July 18, 2018 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced last week that more than 300 students representing 52 Ohio counties have been named to his office's Teen Ambassador Board for the upcoming school yea. more »»

 
 

 

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