Despite layers of protective gear and rigorous new procedures, an optimistic spirit still radiates from Rossford dentist Dr. Tim Fisher.
By Beth Church
Later this summer, Black Swamp Conservancy will hold a small ceremony to dedicate a prairie to the memory of Clint and Corneilia “Pat” Mauk.
Four months into the coronavirus pandemic, Wood County Health Commissioner Ben Batey is resigning to become the chief health officer of Bowling Green State University.
Steve Taylor of the Taylor Automotive Family awarded cars July 1 to five recent high school graduates: Markayla Banks, Waite; Victoria Lauck, Lima Central Catholic; Wakeso Peterson Jr., Scott; Shar
New Rossford High School graduate Karagyn Durco has signed to play volleyball and continue her academic career at Tiffin University.
Although they are waiting to receive several federal grants, Penta Career Center is ending the fiscal year on a solid basis—and without facing cuts in state funding, as opposed to many districts in
By Beth Church
Although most spring sports and activities were canceled due to the mid-March school closing by the coronavirus pandemic, Rossford Schools coaches will receive 80 percent of their pay.
By Beth Church
Rossford High School senior Lukas Klotz has signed to attend and play football at Tiffin University next year.
The son of Jon and Gaylene Klotz, he plans to major in psychology.
Penta Career Center has attracted attention for more than a decade from passersby on I-75 who can’t help but notice the large educational institution at the Buck Road exit.
At the July 6 meeting, the Springfield Township trustees reviewed the zoning report for June.
By Jane Maiolo
Last month, Byrne Stapleton CEO of the Stapleton Insurance Group and a board member at Anne Grady Services continued his mission of giving back with a donation of arts, crafts, board and card games
Toxic amounts of methanol have been found in several off-brand hand sanitizers, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
Mayor: ‘Wear face coverings’
Cullen Park is the latest victim to a growing algal bloom in the Maumee River.
Volunteers are needed for a bed building charity project.
Mustard Seed, the Point Place community food pantry, will host a public bunk bed build for Let’s Build Beds, a local nonprofit.
Adopt-a-Pot is growing plants and ranks through a new recruitment program aimed at younger residents.
By Submitted By Vj Huffman
Today we honor the life of Michael James Lewis, 46, an amazing husband, father, son and friend to all.
Lois K. Chalfant, 86, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2020, at home. She was born in Fairfield, Illinois, on April 12, 1934. She was a 1952 graduate of Streator High School.
Kevin Michael Myers, age 48, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
Jerry Burt Beede, 84, entered eternal rest on June 29, 2020, from his home in Perrysburg, Ohio. He was born in Burlington, Vermont, on January 4, 1936, to Park C. Beede and Fanny Dean Beede.
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