NORTON: A veteran Norton police officer was sworn in as police chief Wednesday afternoon.
BARBERTON: Many residents say the Ohio Department of Transportation has a good argument for widening Interstate 76 and eliminating the Wooster Road/East Avenue ramps on the city’s north end.
Veteran Norton police Sgt. John Dalessandro will be sworn in as the city’s police chief Wednesday.
A North Carolina company has quietly won federal approval to proceed with plans to build a hydro-electric facility in an old limestone mine in the city of Norton.
NORTON: Thanks to an Ashland man, a cashier working in a Norton service station is safe and a Southern Ohio man is in jail.
Republican Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith French has held her seat in one of the year’s toughest races.
BARBERTON: In keeping with the city’s efforts to turn downtown into an arts and entertainment district, sidewalks will slowly be converted into a Hollywood-style Walk of Fame.
Jeannette Sorrell, artistic director of the Baroque orchestra Apollo’s Fire, says the lyrics in Baroque master Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 are pretty hot stuff.
BARBERTON: Authorities are investigating the cause of an overnight fire that damaged God’s Magic City Church and sent one firefighter to the hospital on Monday.
A new trail is in the works to connect Wadsworth to Norton and Barberton.