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Society of Saint John Chrysostom elects new Board members

January 30, 2019 Congratulations to the newly elected Youngstown-Warren Chapter SSJC Executive Board, consisting of Trustee #1 Vince Talley, Trustee #2 Anthony Nakley, Trustee #3 Fr. more »»

Moving snow

January 23, 2019 more »»

Dog park brings more growls over Greasel

January 23, 2019 The message was clear at last week's Canfield City meeting. Build a dog park, but not in the city parks. Residents from around Greasel Park attended the Jan. more »»

Canfield winemaker recognized for vineyard's first estate-grown wine

January 23, 2019 The Vineyards at Pine Lake in Columbiana has received recognition from the Ohio Quality Wine (OQW) program for the first-ever estate-grown wine for the vineyard and winery called Vineyards White. more »»

Trustees approve purchase of new plow truck for township

January 16, 2019 Canfield Township approved the purchase of a new truck to replace an old township plow truck that is over 10 years old. more »»

Dog park tops city meeting public comments

January 9, 2019 A proposed dog park at Greasel Park became a main topic for discussion at the Jan. 2 City Council meeting. A lengthy discussion was held and at least two council members spoke in favor of it. more »»

Eight Canfield Cards place at Cardinal Mooney Speech Tournament

January 9, 2019 The Canfield Speech & Debate Team competed at the Cardinal Mooney Tournament on Dec. 22. Approximately 350 students from 30 teams competed. Canfield earned third place in team sweepstake. more »»

Dispatcher honored at Council meeting

January 2, 2019 Canfield Dispatcher Jessica Russell received a special award at the December meeting of Canfield City Council. more »»

Dye-ing to compete at the NEAC Championship

January 2, 2019 Dye-ing to compete at the NEAC Championship ... more »»

Operation Christmas Carol helps 20 families

December 26, 2018 What began 15 years ago as a seventh-grade project has grown into a school-wide community service project known as Operation Christmas Carol. more »»

Canfield Speech and Debate Team off to a great season

December 26, 2018 The Canfield Speech and Debate Team competed at three tournaments on the weekend of Dec. 15. more »»

CHS Angel Tag project hits best year yet

December 19, 2018 Every year since Canfield High School Student Council has been involved in the Salvation Army Angel Tag program has been better than the prior. more »»

Trustees consider house demo

December 19, 2018 At the Canfield Township meeting on Dec. 11, trustees discussed a request from the Canfield Zoning Department to consider the demolishing of two houses in the township. more »»

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 »»



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