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12 concerts on tap for summer series


The Ralph Thauvette Summer Concert Series has expanded to 12 free concerts this summer in downtown Crestline. All concerts take place at the corner of Seltzer and Scott streets.

Agency on Aging to host extravaganza


The Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will hold a Senior Spring Extravaganza on May 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Richland County Fairgrounds in Mansfield.

Career center recognizes local students


Pioneer Career and Technology Center hosted the annual Honors Night on April 24. Students, families, and faculty gathered for the special event to celebrate the outstanding achievements of students who have excelled and demonstrated extraordinary commitment to their education.

Billions in unclaimed funds remain


The Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of Unclaimed Funds is currently safeguarding approximately $4 billion in unclaimed funds that are waiting to be claimed. Last year alone, Ohioans were able to put more than $139 million back into their pockets.

Roth set to retire in July


After more than 40 years of caring for patients and moving healthcare forward, OhioHealth Mansfield and Shelby hospitals’ director of critical care, Theresa Roth, PhD, RN, is retiring.

Jazz orchestra set to perform


Prepare to be transported back to the golden era of jazz as Mansfield’s very own Artistic Jazz Orchestra (AJO), led by conductor Paul Martin, announces its triumphant return to the Renaissance Theatre. On Saturday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m., AJO will grace the stage with an electrifying tribute to the legendary bands of the Big Band Era in a one-night-only performance titled “Kings of Swing!”

Students represent MOESC at state program


As winners of Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC)’s Franklin B. Walter Scholarships, Justin Gibson (Madison Local Schools), Parker Bartlett (Mount Gilead EVS), and Luke Tinnermeier (Galion City Schools) were selected to represent MOESC at the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) Franklin B. Walter State Program on April 15.

MOESC holds Artapolooza 2024


Artapolooza 2024 took place on April 12-17 at the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC), with over 3,000 students exhibiting art.

BPL holds student book release party


Last month, the Ready for Hire program in Crawford County held a book release party at Bucyrus Public Library for program participants, their families, and the community. Attendees received a copy of the art zine and had the opportunity to have it signed by the young artists.

Students honored by BOE


The Galion City School District Board of Education met for its April meeting on Tuesday, April 16, in the Galion Middle School computer lab. The meeting, which was open to the public, featured key highlights that underscore the district’s commitment to encouraging students to believe, achieve and succeed.


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