Arlington voters to see fire levies

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER ARLINGTON — Arlington Council on Monday agreed to place two levies on the fall ballot to fund Fire Department equipment and trucks. A new 1-mill levy for five years will be sought to pay for equipment such as a fire truck or a water tanker for...

Bluffton to host first National Night Out event

By BRIAN LESTER STAFF WRITER BLUFFTON — The Village of Bluffton solidified plans for its first National Night Out event at the Village Council meeting Monday. The event will take place on Aug. 5 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Bluffton Community Swimming Pool. National...

Riverdale board takes no action on Williams’ future

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale school board held a special meeting Monday to take action on personnel matters. The board began the meeting by going into a closed, executive session for 45 minutes with elementary Principal Julie Spade. The board...

North Baltimore fire investigation continues

NORTH BALTIMORE — An investigation continues into the cause of a fire that damaged a plastic pallet yard late Thursday night. The State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the fire at HPJ Industries, 510 W. Broadway. Authorities received several reports from people...

Meth labs discovered in Deshler

DESHLER — Three people have been charged as an investigation continues into two methamphetamine labs in the Deshler area. At about 12:35 a.m. Saturday, law enforcement entered 640 E. Holmes St., Lot 56, and discovered the first lab, according to the Henry County...

New speed limit has little impact

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER The first year of 70 mph speed limits on regional stretches of Interstate 75 brought an uptick in crashes, but officials attribute the rise to a brutally harsh winter rather than higher speeds. On July 1 last year, Ohio raised its speed limit by 5 mph...

Fostoria man killed in weekend accident

FOSTORIA — A Fostoria man was killed and three other people were injured Saturday night in a fiery collision of two SUVs at the intersection of Hancock County 23 and Washington Township 218, just south of Fostoria. Richard Bailey, 54, the driver of one sport utility...

North Baltimore to host festival Saturday

NORTH BALTIMORE — A downtown North Baltimore tradition will be celebrated this week. The Good Ole Summertime Festival, formerly called the North Baltimore Summer Festival, is scheduled for Saturday. The festival has been a North Baltimore tradition for over 30 years. A 5K...
↑ Back to Top ↑