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Mayor Steve Schag swears in a new dispatcher at the Shelby Police Department. With the addition of Mackenzie Hatcher, the dispatcher staff is now at full complement, the city reported in providing this photo today, Thursday, Sept. 17.

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SHELBY -- The Shelby City Health Department on Wednesday asked residents to be on the lookout for a stray black cat in the vicinity of 52 Harriette Drive in Shelby. "Do not approach or try & catch the cat," the department said in a tweet. "It has been implicated in a bite event" No furth…

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Highway work is underway along State Route 39, just south of Shelby, as shown Sept 14. Traffic slowdowns are possible. Motorists should use caution as crews work. Large trucks, heavy machinery and orange cones are in the area. 

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Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday that the large number of coronavirus deaths reported in Ohio did not occur all in the same day.

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When it comes to Jackson Township’s roadways, no one is complaining about their quality, especially after recent upgrades to several of them over the summer.

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Highway improvements are underway along State Route 39 just south of Shelby today. Traffic slowdowns are possible. Motorists should use caution as crews work. Large trucks, heavy machinery and orange cones are in the area. Updates at shelbydailyglobe.com

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American flags are displayed on the grounds of Shelby High School in commemoration of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP — The recent Jackson Township trustees meeting featured a rare split vote, one involving a newly completed summer project to upgrade area roadways as part of a summer maintenance program.

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Motorists should use caution in the area of Broadway Street and Whitney Avenue as crews with Shelly and Sands General Contractors work on roadway upgrades today in Shelby.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Township trustees kicked off the month's meeting schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 1 with a robust agenda that included both a look back and a glimpse at future issues.

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As the Labor Day holiday approached, Shelby’s fire and police departments were preparing for an active September when it comes to behind-the-scenes business.

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Crews with Mid-State Blacktop of Shelby are busy at work in downtown Shelby on Tuesday, Sept. 8 as they work on a site near Mansfield Avenue and Main Street. Eventually, a new concrete parking lot is planned at the location. 

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A look at some of the aftermath from the storm that rumbled through Richland County and the region on Labor Day and into early Tuesday. The storms featured heavy rain, lightning and thunder. A flood advisory Monday included the Shelby area.

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The weekly drive-thru free meal event ran from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3 at the First Presbyterian Church in Shelby.

SHELBY -- Shelby High School's Homecoming Dance, scheduled for Oct. 3, has been cancelled, the school announced in its newsletter.

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP -- Township trustees kicked off the month's meeting schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 1 with a robust agenda that included both a look back and a glimpse at future issues.

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Monday, Aug. 31 was a big day for Shelby youngsters as the first day of school started at the Little Whippets Preschool.

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After Shelby's school board agreed on terms to bring thousands of free bleachers to Shelby for a future multisport athletic venue, Superintendent Tim Tarvin took a few moments to say thanks.

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A two-vehicle crash near West Smiley Avenue and North Gamble Street is slowing traffic in Shelby on Tuesday afternoon. No serious injuries are reported, according to initial information from first responders at the scene. Shelby police are investigating the circumstances leading to the crash…

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Road crews are in the downtown Shelby area Tuesday as milling and paving work is underway. The contractor, Shelly & Sands, is working along Water Street between Whitney Avenue and Main Street. Motorists should use caution. Flaggers are directing traffic. Work in the region is expected to…

SHELBY- With high school football just a few days from officially kicking off it’s abbreviated season, logistics and maximizing attendance under state guidelines dominated the conversation during Monday night’s Shelby City Schools Board of Education meeting.

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Schultz’s favorite pastime is tugging with his human Greg. He also enjoys sleeping late and is never late for dinner.

Three vehicles were involved in an accident that occurred on Mansfield Avenue on Monday afternoon. Two were transported from the scene.

Shelby City Schools welcomed students back for their first day on Monday, August 24. Shelby Schools have been closed since March due to concerns of the spread of COVID-19.

Here is Karen Harvey's Dalmatian named Tucker. He loves my phlox! He loves to go on walks!

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The Shelby Daily Globe is reaching out to its readers to ask them to submit pictures of their dogs as a way to celebrate ‘The Dog Days of Summer’. In order to submit a picture simply email the photo to mmckenzie@sdgnewsgroup.com with the dog’s name and a brief description.

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Jett here. I’m a football dog and belong to Charlie Ridenour

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SHELBY -- A Shelby code item dating back nearly 100 years is about to get a fresh look for a potential update involving display of street address numbers.

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Gov. Mike DeWine described Thursday as a "roller coaster" after first being told he had tested positive for coronavirus and later learning that a second test had come back negative.

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SHELBY-- Board of Education members offered their reaction to a deal in which bleacher seating from the Mansfield Motor Speedway will come to Shelby for use in a future multisport athletic complex that would replace the aging Skiles Field.

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In a spring and summer that's featured U.S. and worldwide protests against racial injustices, the Shelby City School District is letting its voice be heard.

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Shelby City Schools are taking steps toward a replacement for the aging Skiles Field football venue that's crumbling, keeping some seating off-limits to spectators.

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