Alleged rapist withdraws pleas

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer A Rawson man who pleaded guilty earlier this year to multiple rape charges involving a young girl is now revoking those pleas. Gary A. Martin, 56, appeared Thursday before Judge Joseph Niemeyer in Hancock County Common Pleas Court, where he was...

Two injured in Interstate 75 accident

NORTH BALTIMORE — Two people suffered minor injuries in a three-vehicle accident Wednesday night that shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 75 for about three hours, the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol reported. The accident occurred about 10:33 p.m. on I-75...

Heidelberg offering free master’s program

TIFFIN — Heidelberg University undergraduates who meet certain criteria can transition into the university’s master of business administration degree program with no additional tuition costs for the graduate degree. President Robert Huntington and Haseeb Ahmed, dean...

Veterans urged to keep new medical choice card

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Nichole Coleman, director of the Hancock County Veterans Service Office, says veterans should hold on to their new Veterans Choice Cards. The cards can offer help that veterans may not be aware of, Coleman said. “The concern is that many of our...

Ohio to get rebates for drug overdose antidote

By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS AP Legal Affairs Writer COLUMBUS — The manufacturer of a drug overdose antidote credited with saving numerous addicts’ lives will provide rebates for public agencies buying the antidote over the next year, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine...

Area employers get safety grants

The state Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has awarded $1.5 million in Safety Intervention Grants to 54 employers, including six in the region. The grant program, under the direction of Steve Buehrer, bureau administrator, helps employers reduce accidents, injuries and...

Area juvenile facing drug charges

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer DESHLER — A two-county drug investigation has led to the arrest of a former North Baltimore youth, according to the North Baltimore Police Department. The investigation is continuing and additional arrests may be coming, North Baltimore Police...

MPLX announces leadership changes

MPLX, Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s pipeline and logistics subsidiary, has made a series of leadership changes. Donald Templin has been named executive vice president of MPLX, and continues to serve as a director. He previously was vice president and chief financial officer....
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