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SHELBY, OH - Marvin Memorial Library’s popular genealogy series will now be delivered online. If you haven’t been able to attend, here’s your chance to spend a Saturday morning, wherever you are, honing your research skills.

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Allison Pence of Mansfield on June 25 is shown creating an American flag-themed window design in downtown Shelby as part of preparations for the upcoming Bicycle Days special event. Check for updates in the Shelby Daily Globe and at shelbydailyglobe.com

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The Shelby Farmers Market reported another strong showing in its second week of the 2020 season.Market manager Aileen Stewart sent in photos from the June 20 event and noted the many wonderful vendors and information about them."Kim Metzger, her friend Suzy Beckner, and Suzy’s daughter offer…

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As part of recent discussions on the proposed leasing of a city alley to Weber's Bar, City Council's Utilities and Streets Committee Chairman Nathan Martin requested that a closer look be given to another idea.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Trustees during their final meeting of June addressed multiple topics ranging from roads to mowing and the upcoming annual cleanup event.

Ty Litt is shown making some upgrades to an aging basketball backboard in Shelby on Tuesday, June 16. New bolts are among the improvements provided at the Seltzer Park site.

A Shelby Board of Education Meeting is planned at 6 p.m. Monday, June 22 in the Performing Arts Center of Shelby High School, 1 Whippet Way, the school district announced in a news release.

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As OhioHealth resumes inpatient and outpatient services, the healthcare system has been taking precautions in order to help keep its patients and staff safe from COVID-19, the health system announced in a June 12 news release. 

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The swimming pool at the Shelby YMCA officially reopened on Thursday, June 18 after completion of maintenance.

Catch basin work was continuing along Main Street near Gamble Street on Wednesday, June 17. Motorists should use caution as Shelby's Public Utilities Department crews are carrying out the work in the area.

A worker is busy above Main Street as he works on a sign as shown in a June 5 photo.

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As unrest was unfolding around the country in the aftermath of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, members of the Shelby community came together as one at a special prayer event June 12 in the Black Fork Commons amphitheater.

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When the coronavirus pandemic began taking hold in March, prompting-stay-at-home orders, Ohio utility companies temporarily held off on disconnecting non-paying customers.

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Richland Area Chamber & Economic Development President and CEO Jodie Perry and county Commissioner Tony Vero were in Shelby on Monday to celebrate the Richland Strong Campaign.

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Marching to the chants of “Black Lives Matter” around 40 people marched down Main Street on Wednesday, adding Shelby to a list of communities where people have rallied in support of George Floyd, the man who died in Minneapolis police custody.

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An art teacher from Willard High School is helping the Plymouth Improvement Committee bring some colorful patriotism to the downtown area. John Buss was hired to paint a flag in the shape of the state of Ohio on the side of a building facing the Veterans Park.

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A visible symbol of the fight against the coronavirus is no longer part of the Shelby medical landscape.

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Authorities responded to a crash scene along the 4300 block of Bowman Street, just east of Shelby, where they received a report of a vehicle versus power pole late Tuesday afternoon, June 9.

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SHELBY — A business that debuted as an online outlet is expanding in Shelby with a storefront along the downtown Main Street corridor.

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State Route 96, just west of Laser Road, will close Monday, June 8 for a culvert replacement, the Ohio Department of Transportation announced.

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After it initially was to be closed for 2020 due statewide coronavirus restrictions, Seltzer Pool in Shelby officially reopened to the public on Saturday, June 6.

Here is a look at the free drive-through meal effort from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 4, outside the First Presbyterian Church in Shelby. 

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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.

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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.

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