A Chipotle and Starbucks will also be built next door along Route 224.
Animal Charity of Ohio is requesting wet and dry cat food, newspaper, cat litter, litter boxes and towels to help with the cats’ care.
Carol Zeock hopes her artwork can raise awareness for people who are persecuted for being different.
Darryll Hoon, Sr. was charged with having sexual contact with two young female relatives.
Police say Linda Kovachik convinced the woman that she had a background in banking and cashed savings bonds from her late husband.
The Summer Makers Market is an event hosted by Rust Belt Made to expose the community to local businesses while boosting the local economy.
Sixth grader Scotty Crawford has raised over $34,000 to renovate the Canfield War Vet Museum.
The former students participated in the first “Clap Off” at C.H. Campbell Elementary School to walk the hallways in their caps and gowns.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission said the work is one of the biggest improvement programs in the past 15 years.
The Beard Road Bridge, along County Road 167, will be closed for repairs in Springfield Township.
Anyone who brings food or monetary donations to Kennsington Golf Club in June will be entered to win one of three prizes.
The third graders presented their research projects on historic figures.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint the weekend of June 3-5.
More than 100 people showed up to enjoy the grand opening of The Cortland Splash Pad at Pearl Street Park.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Canfield post said they will have extra patrols out this weekend, as well as the Boardman Police Department.
The work was completed on schedule and is part of the Ohio Turnpike’s largest capital improvement program in 15 years.
Prosecutors say Darryl Young approached the victim as she was taking out her trash on Indian Run Drive.
The “Cycle for a Cure” attracted volunteers and instructors to ride on 60 stationary bikes for five hours.
A woman living on Indian Run Drive in Canfield reported that a man pushed his way into her home and grabbed at her clothing.
Men who used to work in the CIA shared procedures to help school leaders prepare for the eighth grade class trip to the nation’s capital.
One lane of traffic is now open as crews work to remove the truck and debris.
Students run the Cardinal Café out of the high school, learning how to balance a checkbook and purchase supplies.
Students attended a Board of Education meeting and then toured the city police and fire departments.
If more miles are added, the trail would continue to Columbiana County but it would cost the MetroParks $700,000.
Joey Machuga allowed just two hits and had 2-RBIs as Canfield shutout Howland on Monday night.
Organizers say Dave and Ed’s Super Auto Event keeps getting bigger each year and people always come back for more.
Across Ohio, 200 drop-off locations were set up for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in an effort to get the drugs off the street.
Canfield lacrosse swept the Battle of 224 Friday night as each school hopes to be officially sanctioned for next season.
Prince’s sister wants the court to appoint a corporate trust company to oversee her brother’s estate.
The Cardinals jumped out to an early lead and defeated the Bulldogs, 11-1 Wednesday in Akron.