Gov. Mike DeWine said on Tuesday that Ohio fully intends to have students in the classroom this fall, months after the coronavirus had closed K-12 buildings statewide in mid-March.
As planning continues for the upcoming academic year, so do efforts for a new Shelby school envisioned to open in 2022 on the school district's campus off Smiley Avenue.
Less than three weeks after the Shelby parks board reversed course and decided to open the Seltzer municipal swimming pool for 2020 after all, an opening date has been set for the pool.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- When it comes to recyclables and trash being improperly dumped at a township recycling center, officials are looking at addition by subtraction as the solution.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- A contractor is in place for a project aimed an enhancing Jackson Township roadways during the summer construction season.
Morgan Gove received some good news as the school year neared its close, an honor that came at a historic time for the Class of 2020 during the coronavirus crisis.
Its last nine weeks of school disrupted by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Shelby High School honored its Class of 2020 with a parking lot graduation ceremony on Saturday.
Long lines were reported at Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices, including in Shelby, as they reopened on Tuesday, May 26 following more than two months of coronavirus closures.
A look at Memorial Day in downtown Shelby as part of an event that included the playing of "Taps," a flag raising and the firing of rifles as a salute on May 25.
With the coronavirus leading to uncertainty over the format of education for the coming school year, the Shelby City School District is pursuing varying options as it prepares.
As the Shelby City School District budgets for its financial future, it faces some uncertainty as it prepares for yet-to-be finalized state budget cuts prompted by the coronavirus crisis.
Sharon Township trustees agreed to open the meetings to public starting at 7:30 p.m. June 1 at the Sutter Roush Room following all current CDC guidelines for social distancing and safety practices, the township reported in an announcement.
The state on Thursday announced more changes to its coronavirus prevention policies as more reopenings were announced for the coming days.
Prior to the recent rainstorms, the American Legion, O'Brien Post 326 in Shelby, took advantage of pleasant spring weather as improvements were made to its facility off East Main Street.
With more portions of Ohio's economy reopening as coronavirus closures continued easing Friday, May 15, Shelby business owners offered insights on the local scene.
After deciding to keep Seltzer Pool closed for the summer, Shelby Park Board members reversed their decision today and Seltzer Pool will open for the summer season.
Ohio reached a new phase in the fight against coronavirus on Tuesday, Gov. Mike DeWine announced in stating that Ohio is moving from government orders to "strong recommendations."
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Monday took steps aimed at bars and restaurants that did not follow social distancing and other other coronavirus safety guidelines as they reopened, state action that is being prompted by photos showing crowded bars over the weekend.
A Shelby resident is seeking donations of used wheelchairs and other equipment such as walkers and crutches so that he can refurbish them and then provide them for free to disabled veterans in the community.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Trustees are expressing renewed concerns about people improperly dumping overflowing amounts of recyclables and some trash at a recycling center outside the township hall and garage.
Shelby's school board recently received an update on its athletic facilities plan, an effort that eventually could see its football field moved from Skiles Field near downtown to the high school campus off Smiley Avenue.
Shelby's retail sector received a boost Wednesday as Ohio store openings continued during the coronavirus crisis that had led to government-ordered shutdowns dating back to March.
To honor Peace Officers Memorial Day and National Police Week, Gov. Mike DeWine ordered that all U.S. and Ohio flags be flown at half-staff on all public buildings and grounds throughout the state from sunrise to sunset on Friday, May 15, his office announced.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday announced plans to reopen child care services as more portions of the economy got the OK to resume operations later this month.
Traffic was picking up in downtown Shelby by noon Tuesday as Ohio retailers were allowed to reopen after government-ordered coronavirus shutdowns dating back to March 23. But it was a slow-go.
The Ohio Air National Guard’s 179th Airlift Wing is scheduled to conduct a series of flybys across the state of Ohio, including in Shelby, the guard announced in a news release.
Planning that began over the winter to upgrade several roadways reached another phase on Tuesday, May 5 when trustees officially received four bids for the work.
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