From garment bags to face masks

Wanting to help with the coronavirus medical relief effort, Stacy Fork, top, owner of The Gown Shop on Louisiana Avenue, made her garment bags available to anyone who wanted to use the material to

For the week of March 30-April 4

The governor’s office of the State of Ohio is urging all Ohioans to take actions to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Schools Superintendent Hosler addresses community

Issued April 3

Good afternoon families, employees and community leaders,

I hope this message finds each of you well.


Marina opening, brush pickup on hold

A portion of the docks have been installed at the Rossford marina, but the COVID-19 pandemic is delaying preparations for the boating and fishing season.

To keep citizens updated on the coronavirus locally, the Wood County commissioners are holding information sessions each Tuesday as part of their regular board meetings.

New police officer on patrol

Officer Sam Gable is the newest full-time officer serving with the Rossford Police Department.

The City of Rossford was notified this week by the Wood County Emergency Management Association of two confirmed cases of COVID-19.


A bill approved March 25 in the Ohio House of Representatives offers a solutions to many problems caused by the COVID-19 shut down of most of daily life.

Sleepy barred owl soaks up warmer, sunnier days

This sleepy barred owl near Secor Metropark patiently passes the time by soaking up the sun and getting some rest.

At a special meeting March 30, the Springfield Township Trustees took action on a crisis pay policy in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Residents to decorate paper eggs for 45th Easter Egg Hunt

Although the annual community Easter egg hunt is canceled in its traditional format due to the COVID-19 outbreak, families can still participate in a new format that maintains social distancing whi

To help citizens adjust to the temporary new normal, the city of Toledo and the state of Ohio have offered numerous resources during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Despite a dwindling supply of masks, Washington Local Schools is able to keep providing meals for students, Superintendent Kadee Anstadt clarified in an April 1 letter.

At the March 18 Toledo City Council meeting, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz announced that a state of emergency exists in the city because of the COVID-19, or coronavirus, outbreak, allowing him to exerc



David Bernard Seibenick, age 72, passed away on Monday, March 23, 2020, in Perrysburg, Ohio. David was born on October 26, 1947; he was the son of the late Bernard and Mildred (Cira) Seibenick.


Nelva Lee Steinecker, 90, of Perrysburg, Ohio, died on Monday, March 9, 2020, at Perrysburg Commons, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on April 20, 1929, in Perrysburg, to Edmond G.


John D. Woolley, 85, of Perrysburg, passed away peacefully at his home on March 11, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. John was born November 19, 1934, in Perrysburg, Ohio, to Glenn R.


Thomas A. Bettinger, 86, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, March 7, 2020, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg, surrounded by his loving family.

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