By Jordan Miller Sports Editor The Carrollton wrestling seniors went out with a bang on senior night in the CHS gymnasium. Carrollton handed Canton South a 60-13 loss in a Northeastern More »
MWCD officials thinking spring; planning for opening of new Atwood Park welcome center, walking trail bridge
By Carol McIntire Editor Winter is normally not a season associated with a great number of outdoor water activities; rather an opportunity to wrap up in a warm blanket, sit on More »
Bev Newell cooked the winning recipe for the annual Consumer’s National Bank Chili Cook-Off Feb. 5. More »
By Jordan Miller Sports Editor The Carrollton Lady Warriors clinched a share of the Northeastern Buckeye Conference (NBC) in front of a standing room only crowd last week with a decisive More »
Carrollton’s wrestling team advanced to the Regional Semifinals of the Team State Duals with decisive wins over Minerva and the number two ranked host Canfield Jan. 27. The Warriors kicked off the More »
The executive board of the Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association (OMEGA) has been designated as a Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO) by Ohio Governor John Kasich.
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors elected officers and welcomed new board members during a recent meeting.
Janet Smith, owner of Community Title Agency of Carrollton was elected president. She moves into the position after serving as vice president last year.
By Jordan Miller
The Carrollton wrestling seniors went out with a bang on senior night in the CHS gymnasium.
Carrollton handed Canton South a 60-13 loss in a Northeastern Buckeye Conference (NBC) match Feb. 4 with a 60-13 decision. The Warriors clinched a share of the NBC title, their second straight title after not winning a league title in 28 years.
Members of the Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities learned at their Jan. 28 meeting plans are underway to privatize Carroll Hills Industries with a projected date of Jan. 1, 2018.