The Lake Local Schools will convert an unfinished area of the high school into six classrooms for eighth-grade students for less money than anticipated. The board of education last week gave the go-ahead to the project and awarded a $326,400
James Emch to discuss battle known as Dudley's Massacre.
Fiberglass butterflies have migrated to Whitehouse for the summer. Decorated with items including bottle caps and aluminum cans, the butterfly behemoths spread their three-foot wide-wings along Providence and Waterville streets, perched on poles
Boosting the numbers of Maumee schoolchildren who walk or bike to school instead of riding school buses or in family cars is the goal of a planning meeting scheduled 6 p.m. Thursday. Once the plan is completed, Maumee will be eligible for state-
Teens plan race to raise money for equestrian center, which caught fire in March.
Port Clinton High School will offer Chinese as a foreign language elective beginning with the 2013-14 school year. A grant from the Ohio Board of Regents will be used to pay for the Chinese program, in conjunction with the Chinese government,
TONTOGANY — The former Haskins Elementary School was demolished at the end of last month, and the former Weston Elementary School is on its way down as well. The demolition was part of a consolidation plan that moved students from three
Leaders of this year's fund-raising campaign for the Waterville Independence Day fireworks show are learning that the second time can be harder than the first. “You do it the first year, and everybody’s enthusiastic,” said Charles
The Drama Club at Rossford High School has been working hard on State Fair, its big spring musical extravaganza. Word is getting out, and hopes are high that the performances on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be sold out. The cast and
Celebration includes former president's great grandson.