Area Breaking News

Minutemen too much for Magics

Revere’s boys basketball team is on its way to a Suburban League American Conference championship after defeating Barberton, 76-66, to remain undefeated in league play. The Magics fall to 11-4 (5-3) with the loss and were led by Anthony Cook, who had 18 points, nine rebounds and three assists. D’Lawrence Scott had 13 first half…

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2020 Census office holds grand opening

Jan. 23 marks the grand opening of Barberton’s nearest census office. The 2020 census is the first census available online, and can also be taken over the phone or by mail. The 755 White Pond Drive, suite 100 location will serve residents in this area of Summit County. Read more about the opening and the…

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Student enjoys day as principal

Layne Schaeffer is the principal for the day at Barberton Elementary West. His duties included monitoring student behavior and teachers, as well as administrative meetings with principal Mrs. Sincel and superintendent Mr. Ramnytz.  

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Lady Magics beat Copley

Barberton’s girls basketball team ended a three-game losing streak with a 38-34 win versus Copley. The win improved the team’s record to 7-9 (3-6 Suburban League American Conference), and it was the second versus Copley this season. Laney Kaisk made two 3-pointers and grabbed seven rebounds while scoring a team-high 10 points. An’taniyha Easter following…

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Two Kidz Towing earns national recognition

Chris Snyder, owner of Two Kids Towing in Norton, was recognized at the American Towman Exposition in Atlantic City, NJ with the American Towman Trust Award. Read the full story in the Jan. 23 edition of the Barberton Herald.

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Two for one subscription sale in time for Valentine’s Day

The gift that keeps on giving….Get the trusted, local news you need. The Barberton Herald has been serving Barberton, Norton and surrounding communities since 1923. Employees are your neighbors, friends and classmates. Family owned and operated for 45 years.  Get the subscription sale by calling 330-753-1068 or stop in today!  ***Two for One sale…Some rules…

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Officers called for stinky bathroom fight

The brother told officers they got in a fight about his sister not flushing the toilet and causing the bathroom to stink. He denied charging his sister and said she punched him in the face. He also said she threw a cardboard box, scooter and metal mobile closet at him. 

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Tickets on sale for classic

Magical Theatre Company presents “The Miracle Worker,” a classic story of compassion and perseverance.  It is an inspiring story of how Anne Sullivan, a lonely teacher, breaks through daunting barriers to communicate with a blind, deaf and mute child, the wild and willful Helen Keller. A longtime classic, it is a stirring testament to love…

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Wrestlers compete in Dies Tournament

Barberton and Norton wrestlers participated in the annual Bill Dies Tournament at Firestone High School.  The Panthers placed 11th with 95 points, while the Magics finished 21st with 62. Brecksville won the tournament while West Holmes and Brunswick followed.  Barberton’s Roosevelt Andrews (182-pound weight class) won four-of-six matches to earn seventh place, while Travis Gwinn…

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