MANSFIELD — A reward for up to $5,000 is being offered for information directly leading to the arrest of John Mack Jr., authorities announced in a news release.
SHELBY — Shelby Board of Education members recently received updates on a variety of financial matters during a presentation by the district’s new treasurer, Beth Lykins.On Feb. 17, Lykins addressed state foundation funding as part of a discussion she described as a summary of “hot topics.”“…
SHELBY — The sister of the missing Shelby woman said an effort is underway to distribute flyers in hopes of locating the local resident who authorities have been looking for since Thursday, Feb. 25.
SHELBY -- As efforts continue for construction of a new pre-kindergarten kindergarten through eighth-grade school in the community, officials are laying the groundwork for the future at building sites the new school will replace.
MANSFIELD — As authorities continue to search for a Shelby woman missing since Feb. 25, detectives obtained an arrest warrant on kidnapping for her former boyfriend, John Henry Mack Jr., the Richland County Sheriff’s Office reported Monday.
SHELBY — Though snow plowing and salting roads remains a top priority for the city of Shelby, plans are continuing to take shape for the upcoming road paving season.
Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday previewed what he described as the next steps to ease some of Ohio's public health measures while mitigating the spread of COVID-19.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP — Though the township's road paving program is still months away, one potential initiative -- with roots dating back to the destructive 2019 tornado in the area — is gaining early attention.
SHELBY — When the history is written on the coronavirus pandemic and Shelby’s response, the arrival and rollout of the vaccines in the community will go down as a key point in the virus fight.Insights and new information on the planning and vaccine deployment were provided during the most re…
Sunshine lights up the fresh snow at the Home Road Marsh along the Richland B&O Bike Trail as shown Feb. 17 in Richland County. The site is at the bald eagle viewing area.
Shelby Mayor Steve Schag, Director of Finance – Brian Crum, Director of Utilities – John Ensman, and Water Treatment Plant Superintendent - Bob Niedermier were on hand last Friday to hold a ceremonial burning of the note that signified the payoff of the $144,000.00 loan which provided fundin…
Flags in Shelby and around the country are at half staff until sunset Feb. 26 to honor Americans who have lost their lives to COVID-19, President Joe Biden announced.
SHELBY — Even before the latest strong winter storms, the city of Shelby was laying the groundwork for having supplies to deal with the snow, ice and other challenges posed by the harsh weather.
A major winter storm moved through Shelby early in the week of Feb. 15. Here is a look at snow being removed Feb. 16 in the Shelby community. In all, 11.7 inches of snow was measured on the ground in the Shelby region late Feb. 16, according to data from the National Weather Service.
Snow is cleared from the driveway of a Shelby home on Thursday, Feb. 18. Another storm had moved through the area earlier in the day with projections of 1 to 3 inches of snow.
Dowds Elementary School students after getting plenty of exercise on the snowy school playground, prepare to head back into the building as shown in this Feb. 9 photo in Shelby.
SHELBY -- As a historic day neared in Shelby and Ohio's response to the coronavirus pandemic, schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin briefed Board of Education members on the hundreds of coronavirus vaccines set to be administered to community educators and staff.
SHELBY -- Demolition of the old outbuildings at Shelby's light plant site is requiring more work than initially expected because of an unexpected find.
SHELBY SNOW: Reservoir Number 2 in Shelby was a place to be Tuesday, Feb. 16 for fun in the snow in the aftermath of a strong winter storm that moved through the community. Shelby schools were closed for the day because of the harsh weather that moved into the area on Feb. 15. Check shelbyda…
SHELBY -- Though the winter is the slow time of the year for Shelby City Parks, staff members are keeping active as the snow continues to move through the region.
Krista Lange of Alta Florist in downtown Shelby is shown with roses, carnations and lilies ahead of Valentine’s Day, one of the busiest holidays of the year for the store.
Ohio's coronavirus curfew expired today. Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed that at his briefing today. He did not rule out the curfew returning with climbing cases. Check shelbydailyglobe.com and the Shelby Daily Globe for more.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP — Efforts to increase awareness of the proposed Black Fork River ditch petition are increasing, highlighted by a recent briefing to the Jackson Township Trustees.Representatives of the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District were on hand for the Feb. 2 session that fea…
SHELBY -- Shelby City Schools, Shelby St. Mary School and Pioneer Career and Technology Center will be closed Feb. 19 as staff members from all three receive COVID-19 vaccinations at Shelby High School, Shelby Schools Superintendent Tim Tarvin announced in an online letter.
- Fast-starting Shelby mauls Huron in district semifinal tilt 75-49
- Reward offered in Shelby area kidnapping case
- Shelby school board receives financial updates
- Willard moving ahead with runway rehab grant application
- Proposed Shelby sports facility gains momentum
- Shelby provides update on proposed bee, butterfly field
- Willard Bears down, knocks off Margaretta for District title
- Web update: Family praying for Shelby woman’s safe return
- Authorities respond to wreck north of Shelby
- Kidnapping warrant issued in Shelby woman’s disappearance
- Whippets wrestlers boast three champions during runner-up sectional finish
- Shelby police asking for help in locating missing person
- Shelby records 30th coronavirus death
- Ingram, Zehner capture sectional wrestling crowns
- Shelby rallies from 16 down before falling to Bellevue in district final
- Shelby overcomes slow start and rolls over Vermilion 71-36 to win sectional
- Speller hired as new Willard football coach
- Lady Whippets advance to district final after besting Mansfield 66-51