Mark Caudill, MansfieldNewsJournal

Mark Caudill

MansfieldNewsJournal

Dayton, OH, United States

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  • MansfieldNewsJournal
Past:
  • Telegraph-Forum
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • The Marion Star
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • KENS 5
  • USA TODAY
  • The News-Messenger
  • Enquirer
  • Naples Daily News
  • NewarkAdvocate.com

Recent articles by Mark:

Blueberry Festival turns 20

Lexington's Blueberry Festival is an annual end-of-the-summer celebration at Community Park. → Read More

Ready for new adventure: Miller stepping down at Renaissance Theatre after 12 years

Michael Miller has been at the Renaissance Theatre since 2010. Most recently, he served as CEO. → Read More

Only 5.5% of Richland County voters turn out for special election

Just over 5.4% of Richland County voters took part in the second primary election, held Tuesday. → Read More

School board approves new contract for Lexington's support staff

The three-year contract begins Sept. 1 and goes through Aug. 31, 2025. It includes a 3% raise each year. → Read More

Phillips Animal Hospital moves to expanded office on Cline Avenue

Phillips Animal Hospital had been on South Main Street. It is now housed at 371 Cline Ave. near the downtown. → Read More

Shelby pushing against tight deadline to open new school on Sept. 6

Shelby will have a new pre-K-8 school building this fall that will put all the district's students on one campus. → Read More

Steady stream of visitors take in opening of Mellencamp exhibition

Mansfield Art Center is hosting "Paintings & Assemblages" by John Mellencamp through Aug. 7. → Read More

Splash pads help Mansfield residents cool off during heatwave

Splash pads are scheduled for Johns Park and North Lake Park, since Mansfield no longer has a public pool. → Read More

Colonel Crawford graduate running own business through Student Painters

Brock Ritzhaupt is the boss of a Student Painters group. He will be a sophomore at Ohio State, majoring in finance. → Read More

Colonel Crawford graduate running own business through Student Painters

Brock Ritzhaupt is the boss of a Student Painters group. He will be a sophomore at Ohio State, majoring in finance. → Read More

Crowd rejoices: Bid to rezone golf course for mobile home park rejected

A Florida-based investor wanted to buy the former Dawson Ridge golf course and install 300 doublewide mobile homes. → Read More

Local woman details sexual abuse she suffered as a child in trio of books

In addition to writing three books, Katey Weaver has nearly 200,000 followers on TikTok. → Read More

Family literacy night at Lucas includes games to help students improve reading skills

Building Better Readers was the theme for family literacy night at Lucas middle and elementary schools on Thursday. → Read More

'Busting at the seams': Dog shelters in Richland, Ashland counties filling up fast

The Richland County Dog Shelter has a capacity of 84 dogs. Ashland County's shelter holds 30 dogs. → Read More

Mansfield City Council awards ARPA funds, including $1.5M for North End Community Center

Mansfield City Council gave out American Rescue Plan Act funds for a number of projects at its Wednesday meeting. → Read More

Mansfield voters turn down parks levy by more than 500 votes

Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker said a parks levy would likely be on the ballot again, perhaps in November. → Read More

Morgenstern challenging Mears in Republican primary race for county commissioner

Cliff Mears and David Morgenstern are seeking the Republican nomination for Richland County commissioner. → Read More

Theaker makes recommendations for American Rescue Plan Act spending

Mansfield City Council is expected to award American Rescue Plan Acts funds for a variety of needed improvements. → Read More

Students with disabilities serve up coffee, smoothies at Whippet Up Cafe

Shelby High School students with disabilities are preparing for the workplace by running Whippet Up Cafe. → Read More

Students with disabilities serve up coffee, smoothies at Whippet Up Cafe

Shelby High School students with disabilities are preparing for the workplace by running Whippet Up Cafe. → Read More