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Albert Kakascik Promoted to Captain of Police Department

Albert Kakascik, a 27-year veteran of the Boardman Police Department, has been promoted to the position of Captain. He had previously served as a lieutenant, sergeant and patrol officer. His assignments have included patrol supervisor, detective supervisor, support services manager and 911 Manager. Currently, he is assigned as the supervisor for the detective, …

4.6 Miles of Roads to Be Resurfaced

The Boardman Township Road Department’s 2017 Resurfacing Project will get underway on September 6. This is a joint project undertaken with Austintown and Canfield Townships, which has resulted in a savings of construction costs. The firm of Butch & McCree was awarded the contract for the resurfacing. Residents in affected …

Music in the Park Series Offers Summer Entertainment

Enjoy free concerts with a variety of music styles at Boardman Park’s weekly Music in the Park series at the Maag Outdoor Arts Theatre. Concerts begin at 7:00 pm each Thursday. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Upcoming shows: August 3 Rocco Monaco Band (Italian/Covers) August 10 Glass City …

Area Law Enforcement Officials Welcome Incoming Police Chief Werth

Police and law enforcement officials from several area jurisdictions showed their support for incoming Boardman Police Chief Todd Werth at a media event on June 30, 2017. Mr. Werth will assume the duties of Chief of Police for Boardman upon the retirement of current chief Jack Nichols in January 2018. …

Boardman Township Selects Todd Werth as Next Police Chief

Boardman Township Trustees have announced that Todd D. Werth has been selected as the township’s next Police Chief. Werth will assume his duties in January of 2018 following the retirement of the township’s current Police Chief, Jack Nichols. Since May of 2013, Todd Werth has served as Supervisory Senior Resident …