FINDLAY — The Findlay Police Department has equipped its K-9 with body armor, thanks to a donation. Massachusetts nonprofit group Vested Interest in K9s Inc. provided the equipment, valued at about $2,000. Shadow, who received his vest Monday,
A fire damaged the PerrysBurgers restaurant in downtown Perrysburg early Tuesday, authorities said. Fire Chief Jeff Klein said the fire at 220 Louisiana Ave. was reported about 6:55 a.m. The first crews on the scene saw smoke coming from the
Charge reduced in plea deal
FINDLAY — People living and working in a 400 square-mile area west of Findlay are likely to observe low-flying fighter jets performing practice combat maneuvers about 11 days this month and an extra 33 days later this summer. The Ohio Air
Motorists passing through the I-75 construction zone in Wood County might experience even more lane restrictions than usual in the work area Saturday, the Ohio Department of Transportation said. As crews work on the shoulder of the road from 7 a.m.
Maumee council to review issue today, but previous requests have been denied.
What’s On, At The Library, Let’s Eat, Support Groups, and Senior Activities around the area.
Former professional football player and current ESPN analyst Merril Hoge will be the guest speaker at a Parker’s Purpose event July 22 at Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed. The event is organized every year by Rossford High School football coach
CALENDAR ■ The subject of the Wood County Safety Council’s monthly meeting is “Substance Abuse in the Workplace: Concerns ‘High’ on the List,” which is 7:30-9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Wood County Hospital’s Bachman-
Had returned from trip to Caribbean.