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Members of Willard City Council adopted a resolution on Monday authorizing the creation of the Willard Cares Small Business Grant Program. A first meeting has been held with the Huron County Development Council  to review the grants submitted. HCDC is administering the grant, according to Wi…

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP — Bolstered by an anonymous offer of financial assistance for landscaping, Jackson Township trustees are making plans to make a newly installed flag pole even more of a landmark in their community.

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The Seltzer Park pool bathhouse building has a new look. Light blue paint was added to its exterior recently, Shelby Parks Superintendent Jerry Marshall reported. The paint had been remaining from a recent mural project at the pool complex. 

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UPDATED at 12:50 p.m. MondaySHELBY -- The Shelby City School District reported Saturday that it has learned that a Shelby High School student has tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first reported case involving a Shelby student since the pandemic began this past March.In addition, nin…

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Thank you to Shelby Daily Globe reader Taylor Newsome for submitting this photo of Shelby area youths at work.

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Are you early voting for the Nov. 3 general election?

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP — As they got their October meeting schedule started, Jackson Township trustees received an update from the Shelby Fire Department, which provides services to the township and its residents.

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Acting on a proposal submitted by Superintendent Tim Tarvin, the Shelby Board of Education voted 5-0 on Monday, Oct. 12 to adjust the district's coronavirus operating plan.

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Ohio's coronavirus cases continue to go up, Gov. Mike DeWine reported in his briefing on Tuesday when he equated the pandemic's status as possibly reaching halftime of a football game. 

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Township trustees opened their October meeting schedule on Tuesday, Oct. 6 with a full agenda that included updates on road projects and highlights of recent initiatives.

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SHELBY — As it awaited word on whether Richland County would move to purple in the state’s coronavirus color-coded system and any ramifications, the Shelby City Health Department provided an update Wednesday, Oct. 7 to City Council’s Safety Committee on the Shelby case count.

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SHELBY — When it comes to the recently donated bleachers from the former Mansfield Motor Speedway, Shelby High School plans on putting them to use sooner rather than later.

SHELBY — A locally owned Shelby business celebrated its new location on Thursday, Oct. 1 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that culminated a sizable business expansion.

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SHELBY -- Long in the planning stages, site work is beginning to prepare land behind Shelby Middle School for a new pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade building, Shelby Schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin told the Board of Education on Monday night. A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for 1…

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SHELBY -- With a parade through downtown and a special ceremony at Skiles Field where Shelby High School's homecoming queen and king were crowned, Wednesday night provided special moments for students, their families and others.

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SHELBY  -- Superintendent Tim Tarvin provided an update Friday on Richland County moving to red in the state's color-coded coronavirus tracking system and what that designation means for Shelby  City Schools.

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SHELBY -- Long in the planning stages, site work is beginning to prepare land behind Shelby Middle School for a new pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade building, Shelby Schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin told the Board of Education on Monday night.

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SHELBY- Many gathered together to celebrate and honor Charles Follis, the first African American professional football player in America, on Friday morning Sept. 25 in downtown Shelby.

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SHELBY — Addressing the Shelby Board of Education on Sept. 28, Superintendent Tim Tarvin provided an update on the district’s return to in-class instruction following statewide coronavirus K-12 building closures from mid-March through the end of the 2019-20 academic year.

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HOMECOMING: Congratulations to Ava Nastasi and Owen Fisher, crowned Shelby High School's 2020 Homecoming queen and king at Wednesday night's ceremony at Skiles Field.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Ahead of the winter driving season, Jackson Township is getting a jump on its transportation needs in terms of roadways, supplies and pickup truck work vehicle.

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Joseph Artrip was sworn in Monday morning as the newest patrol officer of the Shelby Police Department, the city announced in providing this photo. The department now has a full complement of patrol officers. Check for local news updates in the Shelby Daily Globe.

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WORKING ON THE RAILROAD: East Main Street in Shelby is closed at the Ashland Railway tracks starting today, Monday, Sept. 28 to Friday, Oct. 2 for a rail crossing replacement. Detours are posted. CHECK the Shelby Daily Globe and shelbydailyglobe.com

The free drive-thru meal event, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24 at Shelby's First Presbyterian Church, featured chicken and gravy, stuffing, green beans, fruit and granola bar, Pastor James Robinson announced via Facebook.

SHELBY — Updates on multiple efforts were presented Tuesday to Shelby City Council’s Public Works and General Operations Committee, issues including an upcoming demolition, use of the city’s YouTube channel and proposed changes to a 1923 code item.

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SHELBY — When it comes to continued enhancements in downtown and the Shelby community, the city’s Board of Park Commissioners is a player in helping plan for that future.

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Ohio's 21-day daily average is below 1,000 coronavirus cases for the first time in a significant period of time, Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday in also cautioning that Ohio still is experiencing "significant spread" statewide.

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