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Mayor gives update on city concern

May 9, 2018 Mayor Richard Duffett reported on a problem area that came up often when he was campaigning last year. more »»

Celebrating Arbor Day at Hilltop

May 3, 2018 Hilltop Elementary School celebrates Arbor Day. more »»

Canfield students perform at Ohio Music Educators Association

May 3, 2018 Members of the Canfield Middle School seventh and eighth grade bands participated in the Ohio Music Educators Association District 5 Solo and Ensemble Adjudicated Event at Struthers High School last... more »»

Spring lectures continue

May 3, 2018 The Canfield Historical Society's Annual Spring Lecture Series continues Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m. with a lecture on  Agnew Farm Equipment: 194 years serving the community. more »»

Final band concert set for May 10

May 3, 2018 The Canfield High School Bands will present their final concert of the school-year on Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. more »»

CVMS fifth graders make music with recycled materials

April 26, 2018 When Canfield Village Middle School fifth grade science teacher Valorie Weingart began a unit on sound energy, students were able to earn extra credit by taking on a fun project. more »»

City brush begins next week

April 26, 2018 The City of Canfield 2018 brush pick up program will begin the week of April 29 with the northeast quadrant. more »»

Canfield Schools/Police hold community awareness meeting

April 26, 2018 Canfield School District along with the police and fire departments, held a community meeting on April 27 to update residents, parents and officials regarding school security. more »»

Officer and dispatcher recognized for saving a life

April 26, 2018 At the April 18 Canfield City Council meeting, a police officer and dispatcher were honored for their life saving efforts. more »»

Two for the price of one

April 19, 2018 Those who enjoy the acting abilities of the Canfield High School Players will be getting a real deal this weekend. more »»

Canfield schools deal with future issues

April 18, 2018 At Monday's Board of Education meeting, recognition was given for student achievements and several groups were heard from regarding future endeavors. more »»

Pie for books

April 18, 2018 It's not every day that a principal will take a pie in the face. Travis Lavery, C.H. Campbell Elementary School Principal, made good on a challenge from his student. more »»

Council hears concerns over chained dogs

April 12, 2018 Canfield City Council heard from several dog lovers that pressed council members to consider an ordinance against tethering dogs outsid. more »»

Trustees pass budget, plan to revisit down the road

April 5, 2018 Canfield Township Trustees agreed to pass a budget that is higher than the anticipated revenue, but plan to come back and make some cuts at a later date. more »»

Holy Family students bring home art awards

April 5, 2018 Many awards were given to Holy Family students at the yearly Diocesan Art Competition held at St. Joseph the Provider. The following schools participated in the event: St. Joseph the Provider, St. more »»

Board of Ed approves plan B

March 29, 2018 The Boardman Board of Education approved the personnel cuts that will be a part of the district's plan should the upcoming $4.9 million levy fail to pass on May 8. more »»

Canfield AARP turns up the heat on happenings

March 29, 2018 The Canfield AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) has turned up the heat on happenings for spring. more »»

JWL distributes funds from market on the Green

March 29, 2018 Several members of the Canfield Junior Women's League attended the March 21 Canfield Board of Education meeting to distribute the proceeds from the club's annual Fall Market on the Gree. more »»



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