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Scare the Herald with your ghost story and win

Calling writers and lovers of all things paranormal!

This Halloween, conjure up your creepiest, spookiest, best ghost story and enter it in the “Scare the Herald” contest.

The author of the scariest fiction ghost story will win an invitation for two to our exclusive 2017 Haunted Herald Lock-in!

Next Halloween, you’ll spend the night in the haunted Finefrock building with the Herald staff, other contest winners and the spirits who roam the rooms of the haunted Herald building, including Mr. Finefrock himself!

Scare the Herald and we’ll scare you back!

Entries must be original, fewer than 750 words and submitted before Nov. 1 to ryan@barbertonherald.com. The Herald will read the entries and vote on which story is the scariest.

The winning story will be published in the Herald.

More details coming soon on the 2017 Haunted Herald Lock-in!
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You can subscribe to the Herald for just $5 at this weekend’s Mum Fest!

Look for the big purple Herald tent in front of the Municipal Building, 576 W. Park Ave., from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25.

That's 52 issues of the firm, fair news you need, plus Cops Logs, Hodge Podge, award-winning sports and photography, and so much more, for only $5!

SALE ENDS MONDAY! Stay connected and stay informed. Subscribe to the Herald!

(Offer good for new subscriptions and renewals. Sale ends Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. Print only. Special not available online. 44203 only. One sub per person, per year. No stacking.)
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Panthers edge Colts

Nick Farmer scored his fourth touchdown of the game with 3:20 remaining to lead Norton to a 34-28 PTC win over Cloverleaf. The Panthers have now won two games in a row and are tied for first place at 2-0 in the PTC.
Also scoring for Norton was Quaid Ivy while Nate Dibben passed to Farmer for a score.
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Two juveniles found delinquent in connection with Green schoolhouse fire


Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh announced today that Summit County Juvenile Court Judge Linda Teodosio ordered two juveniles to serve 150 hours of community service, undergo counseling and pay restitution for their role in setting a historic schoolhouse in Green on fire.


The two juveniles admitted to two counts of breaking and entering and two counts of vandalism Sept. 22.


At today’s disposition hearing, Judge Teodosio also ordered the teens to serve one year probation, attend school and obey school rules.


A third juvenile still faces charges in the case.


Two adults, Matthew Swan, 19, and Brandyn McCrosky, 18, are charged in Summit County Common Pleas Court with the following:


• Arson (a fourth degree felony)
• Two counts of breaking and entering (a fifth degree felony)
• Vandalism (a fifth degree felony)
• Petty Theft (a first degree misdemeanor)


Summit County Sheriff’s Deputies and the Green Fire Department responded Aug. 9 to a fire at the historical schoolhouse at Boetller Park, 5300 Massillon Road.

The suspects gained access by breaking a window and unlocking a door. Inside, desks were flipped and papers were lit on fire. Picnic tables and trash cans were also overturned.

Investigators also discovered items were stolen from a nearby concession stand used for Green Youth Football after it was broken into.
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Here is the Barberton City Council agenda for Monday, Sept. 26.
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Mum Fest provides plenty of activities at Lake Anna in Barberton.
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Thrills and no spills abound at the Great Lake Anna Canoe Race during Mum Fest in Barberton.
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Dispose of unused pills responsibly at October drop-off

Police Chief Vince Morber has registered Barberton as a Take Back the Drugs site for the upcoming U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s nationwide prescription drug collection.

Unused pills may be dropped off at the former First Merit bank parking lot, Second St. NW and Wooster Road W., Saturday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

For those with prescription medications to dispose of before then, there are secure drop-off bins at the Barberton police station in the basement of the city building, 576 W. Park Ave., or in the red container in front of the fire station, 580 Wooster Road W.

Barberton residents may also call 330-745-2181 and arrange for a police officer to collect unwanted medications.
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We're just 48 hours away from the first presidential debate!

Join our live discussion Monday at 9 p.m. in the Herald Chat Room.

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A motorcycle operator was taken to the hospital after a collision between his bike and a pickup truck at the intersection of Wooster Road W. and Sixth Street NW.
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