LIMA — After three years of working out of her home, JoJo Clark is “spreading her wings” and opening up a small storefront to sell Soul Purpose products.
1 Spartan Way — A teacher at Freedom Elementary reported that an unknown person(s) forced their way into the concession stand at the Spartan Stadium and stole $100 worth of assorted candy.
It's a striking juxtaposition, to say the least. In the news this week we've seen photos of hundreds of girls and young women, many of them pregnant, recently rescued from captivity and sexual slavery at the hands of Boko Haram, the...
COLUMBUS — A legislative school-funding fight could be looming large in the coming weeks as the Senate plans to scrap the House-passed plan and possibly leave some districts with funding cuts.
HOAGLIN TOWNSHIP — One man is dead following a motorcycle collision with a deer early this morning.
LIMA — When passersby spotted a submerged SUV in Schoonover Lake Thursday, officials added to the haul with a little investigation.
LIMA — With a potential change in fuel content standards looming ahead, Ohio biofuel leaders are contemplating what will happen if the decision goes in favor of the oil industry.
LIMA — After 40 years on the job, Allen County Engineer Tim Piper will retire July 31.
LIMA — The Ohio State University at Lima awarded Procter & Gamble logistics manager Nicole Simpson its Distinguished Diversity Leadership Award Thursday.
LIMA — Clients of Allen County Children Services may pick up free furniture, clothing and personal hygiene items from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the agency.
LIMA — Frances Strickland told members of the Allen County Democratic Chair Club that it is time for the party to get back in touch with everyday citizens.
ADA — ReStore Community Center and other community members are sponsoring a backpack drive to help Ada area children and families receive school supplies and backpacks for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year.
LIMA — A teenager accused in a home-invasion rape turned down an offer from prosecutors Thursday that would have sent him to prison for the next 18 years.
100 block of East Wayne Avenue, Lima — Officers responded to a report of breaking and entering Wednesday.
COLUMBUS — A bill passed in the Ohio House of Representatives Thursday that a local representative hopes will help Ohio farmers.
LIMA — With more states looking to marijuana as a viable option for either medical or recreational use, it is imperative for businesses to have a plan in place to provide a drug-free work environment and give opportunities to workers willing to...
There was once a time when we took pictures of other people, but now we mainly take pictures of ourselves. Sometimes we take pictures of ourselves with other people, but usually (hopefully!) with us in the center doing something more clever than the...
NEW KNOXVILLE — Parts of Auglaize County felt the brunt of the rain and wind storms Tuesday evening.The area saw lightning, thunderstorms and strong winds.
LIMA — United Automobile Workers Local 1219 and Ford Motor Co. Lima Engine Plant are currently negotiating the next contract, though national discussions have not yet started.
BLUFFTON — One of Jim Davis' bucket list items was to build his own plane and fly it to each of the 48 contiguous states. Cancer tried to rob him of that dream, like it has tried to rob millions of others.
CELINA — Mercer County has always had one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state, but April's rate hit a new low.
KOSSUTH — A Spencerville man is dead following a motorcycle and dumpster truck accident.
AMERICAN TOWNSHIP — An aluminum tube may be what saves someone's life in a silo accident.
LIMA — With the November election coming soon, now is the time when petitions are often circulated door to door, trying to get voters to get various issues onto the ballot. However, as Lima resident Mary Curry has discovered, it is important to...
ELIDA — The Elida Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting for 2:30 p.m. today.
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