Proposals for kids, seniors and mental health approved in Allen

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Allen County voters resoundingly approved tax proposals Tuesday for senior citizens, mental health and recovery, and children services. In Bluffton, Judy Augsburger became the first woman elected mayor. Village residents also elected Richard Johnson and...

Hardin County renews tax for mental health, recovery services

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER KENTON — Hardin County voters on Tuesday helped renew a half-mill, 10-year tax for mental health and recovery services in their county as well as Allen and Auglaize counties. The tax passed with 34,928 votes, or 69.9 percent, among the three...

Hancock townships approve levies

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER Marion Township voters on Tuesday approved an additional levy to help fund contracts the township has with two fire departments, according to returns from the Hancock County Board of Elections. Voters also approved levy requests Tuesday in Amanda...

Carey voters re-elect mayor

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER UPPER SANDUSKY — Carey voters re-elected the incumbent mayor and a former council member, and decided a tight race for a second council seat Tuesday. Two incumbent school board members were also re-elected, according to unofficial results from the...

Janet Goldner elected NB mayor

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NORTH BALTIMORE — Janet L. Goldner will become the mayor of North Baltimore in January, according to vote totals released Tuesday by the Wood County Board of Elections. Goldner outdistanced write-in candidate Malcom L. Cameron, 640 votes to 92,...

Henry County approves new senior center

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NAPOLEON — Henry County voters on Tuesday approved a levy to help finance a new $4 million senior citizens center in Napoleon. According to the Henry County Board of Elections, the issue passed 4,863 to 4,196, or 54 percent to 46 percent. The...

O-G, P-G school district levies approved

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER OTTAWA — Voters in the Ottawa-Glandorf and Pandora-Gilboa school districts supported levies in Tuesday’s general election. Ottawa-Glandorf School District voters supported a 2.1-mill emergency levy, according to unofficial election...

Walk-in vote not yet counted

The Hancock County vote count on Tuesday, which includes absentee ballots, remains unofficial. It does not yet include provisional ballots, known as walk-in votes. Voters who moved and changed precincts within their counties, and did not update their voter registration, could...
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