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City residents upset over recent storm

June 12, 2019 Over a half dozen residents spoke at the recent Canfield City Council meeting concerning the aftermath of the recent storm that dropped over four inches of rain in a few hours. more »»

Still time to make a float

June 5, 2019 School is out this week and the summer is beginning. That means the annual Canfield Fourth of July Celebration just weeks awa. more »»

Canfield schools get soaked, but weather the storm

June 5, 2019 All four school buildings in the Canfield Local School District were affected by the heavy rain storms on May 28. more »»

Canfield student receives JL Francis Scholarship

May 29, 2019 Canfield's Hannah Keffler joins nearly two dozen students who are the recipients of this year's J.L. Francis Scholarship, First Place Community Fund. more »»

Community comes together to help Devin stay strong

May 22, 2019 On Jan. 31, 2018, Devin Charles Kirtley was diagnosed with Anaplastic Ependymoma, a very rare and aggressive type of brain tumor. On Feb. more »»

MVOCC kicks off season

May 14, 2019 The Mahoning Valley Olde Car Club kicked off their season on April 30 with the Wedgewood Pizza Cruise. more »»

Student Art Show coming to CHS next week

May 14, 2019 On May 22 and 23, from 6 to 8 p.m., the community will be invited to a free art show in the Canfield High School gymnasium. more »»

State champions honored at Council meeting

May 8, 2019 Family, friends and team mates gathered at last week’s Canfield City Council meeting to help honor Canfield High School's three state wrestling champions. more »»

Canfield High School among top 5 percent in Ohio

May 8, 2019 U.S. News & World Report ranked more than 17,000 schools this year and Canfield High School is ranked 41st in Ohio. more »»

City taking applications for police officer

April 24, 2019 At the April 17 Canfield City Council meeting, a discussion was held on the process of hiring another police officer. more »»

City taking part in 'Screen Free Week'

April 24, 2019 The City of Canfield will be participating in “Screen Free Week,” urging residents and families to get out and enjoy all the great things about Canfield. more »»

Canfield High School students compete in Four-Way Speech Contest

April 24, 2019 At a recent Canfield Rotary luncheon meeting, four members of Canfield High School's award-winning Speech and Debate team, accompanied by Canfield High School speech coach, Jeremy Hamilton, competed... more »»

Rosary maker claims a divine gift is her driving force

April 17, 2019 At age 92, Agnes (Fedorisin) Siragusa has not missed a beat in constructing beautiful Rosaries that she gives out to anyone who does not have one. more »»

8115 is first all-girl troop in Northeast Ohio

April 10, 2019 This year, the Boy Scouts of America have accepted girl troops and is changing the designations. All Boy Scout Troops will now be known as Scouts BSA Troops. more »»

Tree program passed by council

April 10, 2019 Canfield City Council approved a new Memorial Tree Program at the April 3 meeting. The program will allow residents to remember a loved one by planting a tree in their honor. more »»

McDonald's accepting applications for new facility, looking to hire 60

April 10, 2019 While he didn't give an exact time line, supervisor Kyle Cano said the progress of the new McDonald's is moving forward and will be open in the not-too-distant future. more »»

"The Twilight Zone" comes to Canfield

April 3, 2019 The Canfield Players will be presenting “The Twilight Zone” as their spring play this month. The show will be presented on April 12-13 at 7 p.m. and April 14, at 2 p.m. at Canfield High School. more »»

Residents upset over ABC Water and Sewer District fee

April 3, 2019 Over the past few years the ABC Water and Sewer District has formed a plan to help townships deal with aging water and sewer line infrastructure. more »»

 
 

 

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