State fire marshals are still investigating the origin of a fire that evacuated workers and caused an estimated $150,000 worth of damage at a Springfield Township business.
Mountain bike rider Chris Clark put on quite a show for the students at Spring Hill Junior High in two afternoon shows that emphasized messages of healthy living.
District Superintendent William Stauffer told the board of education Tuesday that shaky floors will likely delay the opening of the new building. The school, which will serve grades seven through 12, was to open in August.
The Springfield Township Community Garden is accepting applications for plots. The garden is on Pickle Road, just south of Schrop Elementary School. Plots are $20 apiece, and are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Police arrested a 60-year-old Township man they believe sexually abused a child “on numerous occasions” dating back to 2003.
Look good, feel good. Feel good, play good.
The Springfield Spartans’ boys baseball team is halfway toward proving that formula true.
A 48-year-old Springfield Township man was arrested by Summit County Sheriff officers on March 25 and charged with impersonating a police officer, a misdemeanor according to court records.
For 16 years, the Springfield Police Department has escorted the Easter Bunny to the annual Easter egg hunt. This year, the Easter icon arrived March 23 at the Schrop Middle School football field sitting in a bright-yellow Ford Mustang convertible.
Students at Springfield High School placed second and 16th in the annual Summit County Engineer's Miniature Bridge Building Competition at the University of Akron.
For the first time in the history of Springifeld High’s varsity bowling program, a team has advanced to the state tournament in Columbus, and the varsity girls bowling squad will travel to the state capitol to contend for a state championship.
After years of negotiations, studies and waiting, a traffic light is in full operation in Lakemore at the intersection of Springfield Lake Drive and Canton Road.
Road superintendent Richard Kaylor gave his last report at the Springfield Trustees’ Dec. 13 meeting. He will be retire Dec. 28 after 15 years in the position.
Residents greeted Santa on Dec. 7 for the community Christmas tree lighting at the Vince Mealy Bicentennial Gazebo.
Students attending grades seven through 12 in August 2013 will get a whiff of that new school smell when they walk through the doors of the brand new Springfield Junior High/High School.