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Richland County on Thursday moved from a red-level county to yellow, representing a two-level decline in Ohio's coronavirus color-coded system, the state reported.

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As Shelby schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin detailed plans for students to return to classrooms for the first time in months, he stressed flexibility.

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School buildings closed since March due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Shelby Superintendent Tim Tarvin detailed a return to schools plan that includes in-person instruction with safety protocols plus an online option.

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As the city of Shelby pursues the possibility of broadband service, officials emphasize it is about much more than state-of-the-art internet service.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- A bridge construction project that started this spring officially is completed, the finished product open to traffic.

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A day after storms moved through Shelby, sunshine and pleasant temperatures greeted swimmers at Seltzer Pool in Shelby on Tuesday, July 29. Outdoor temperatures in the 80s were forecast throughout the week. Community news coverage at shelbydailyglobe.com

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My Dad, Blair Morris, started getting his hair cut by John Kleman in the lates 1950's. He took me, Chip Morris, for my first hair cut in the mid sixties. I got my hair cut at Kleman's through the sixties, seventies and early eighties. My son, Tim got his first haircut from John in 1990. Alth…

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SHELBY — Multiple street paving projects are in the works for the Shelby region as the construction season picks up on area roadways.

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COMMUNITY: Here is a look at the free drive-in meal event held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 23 outside the First Presbyterian Church in Shelby. The menu featured beef stew, Uncrustables, fruit, cookies and ice pops, Pastor James Robinson announced via Facebook. Bread was donated b…

Visitors are shown July 11 outside The Vault Wine Bar, which played host to Winesicle Days on July 9-11 in downtown Shelby. The special event included food, live music, ice cream treats, classic cars, a disc jockey, winesicles and more. 

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The Shelby City Health Department has documented 39 individuals with positive COVID-19 test results in the city since the outbreak began in March, Mayor Steve Schag said by email on Wednesday.

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A Greenwich man was taken into custody following a stand-off with police on Monday. According to Greenwich Police Chief Steve Dorsey, no one was injured in the almost eight hour incident which started in the afternoon.

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Though mask-wearing had been regularly seen in the Shelby area for months, it became required in public under an official state order beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, July 17 as part of Gov. Mike DeWine's coronavirus prevention efforts.

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SHELBY — A community tradition carried on with a new look Saturday as the 29th Annual Shelby Bicycle Days Parade kicked off, making its way from Technology Parkway and down Main Street and through downtown, concluding at the Penwell Turner Funeral Home.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP — Officials are noting the success of one recent early summer initiative that had been delayed from spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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A day after Gov. Mike DeWine urged but did not order Ohioans to wear masks to fight coronavirus, a mask order was issued for Richland County by the state.

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The entrance to Black Fork Commons, off Main Street, is closed in downtown Shelby as crews with Columbia Gas of Ohio carry out line work today, July 16. The roadway is expected to reopen at day's end.

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COLUMBUS —In a statewide address from his office in the Statehouse tonight Governor Mike DeWine said that the state is at a critical point in the COVID-19 pandemic and implored Ohioans to take appropriate action to reverse the rapidly increasing spread of the virus.

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SHELBY — I thought the high school graduation season was over, but then I read that New London and Lexington each had graduations within a week of Independence Day.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Trustees addressed a diverse agenda addressing issues from roads and equipment to land plans and an upcoming ditch meeting during their first meeting of the month on Tuesday, July 7.

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The Shelby line department will be performing line maintenance near the intersection of Mickey Road and Martin Drive on Tuesday, July 14, resulting in a planned power outage, police reported in a Facebook post.

Ohioans who exhaust both the maximum 26 weeks of regular unemployment benefits and 13 weeks of Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) announced July 6 in a news release.

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A look at the July 11 Shelby Bicycle Days parade as it moved from Technology Parkway into downtown Shelby. Check for more coverage upcoming in the Shelby Daily Globe and shelbydailyglobe.com

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Shelby Schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin offered reaction to recent school board discussions about the proposed athletic campus envisioned for the Shelby High School campus, proposed construction that would be part of an effort to replace the deteriorating Skiles Field.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director Mary Mertz designated the Blanchard River Water Trail as Ohio’s 14th state water trail in a virtual ceremony on June 19, 2020, in Findlay, Ohio.

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The temperatures that began to heat up earlier this month, making the Seltzer Pool a prime location to cool off, as continued their climb this week.

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Shelby visitors to the North Lake Park and nearby Richland B&O Trail will see the new playground taking shape. The old North Lake Park Playground was removed to make room for a new one as shown in a recent photo. Crews began their work on the project earlier this year in the Mansfield ar…

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As Shelby City Schools prepare for another academic year, local leaders also are looking ahead to August 2022. That is when a new pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade school building is scheduled to open on the district's campus off Smiley Avenue. "This project continues to move along well,…

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