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  • Family wants release of U.S. woman held in Mexico

    SEATTLE (AP) — The family of a Washington state woman who leads a vigilante police force in Mexico is pushing for her to be released after three months in custody on kidnapping allegations. Supporters of Nestora Salgado say the charges are trumped...
  • LeBron hosting Thanksgiving for Heat in Cleveland

    MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James will have his favorite Thanksgiving foods — turkey, yams and macaroni and cheese — on his holiday table Thursday. More importantly, that table will be surrounded by his favorite people. If an upside exists to the Mia...
  • Fired teacher asks Ohio court to reconsider ruling

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A public school science instructor who refused to remove religious materials from his classroom is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to reconsider its decision upholding his dismissal. Attorneys for John Freshwater say the court ...
  • Men's Wearhouse now in pursuit of Jos. A. Bank

    NEW YORK (AP) — Never say never. Just when it looked like a potential combination of Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank was dead in the water, the script has been flipped. Now it's Men's Wearhouse that is offering approximately $1.54 billion for it...
  • Toy recalls down, but hazards remain

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Toy recalls for excessive lead and other hazards are down this year, but consumer advocates warn that potential dangers to children remain on store shelves. Several toys with high lead levels or toys that could cause young childr...
  • Barnes & Noble swings to 2Q profit

    NEW YORK (AP) — Barnes & Noble returned to a profit in the fiscal second quarter as cost cuts offset lower sales. The New York company's sales missed expectations, however, and its shares fell 6 percent in midday trading. The report comes as th...
  • Funding request delayed for Ohio vets' machines

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Lottery Commission has temporarily pulled a request to fund new gambling machines after a coalition of veterans' and fraternal organizations rejected the devices to replace video raffle machines deemed illegal. A spo...
  • Florida GOP officials call on Radel to step down

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — An aide to a U.S. Congressman who recently pleaded guilty to cocaine possession says the Fort Myers Republican is focusing on rehab and will return to work as soon as possible, despite calls from Florida's top Republican Party offi...
  • Sheriff's office, victim share details on Custar shooting

    CUSTAR - New details are emerging following the shooting of a man in the village last week.Lt. Jamie Webb of the Wood County Sheriff's Office said this morning that, while still hospitalized, William Morris, 42, of Rutland, is now conscious and has been i...
  • 1640 psalm book could fetch $30M at auction

    NEW YORK (AP) — A tiny book of psalms from 1640 could sell for as much as $30 million at an auction in New York City. The Bay Psalm Book is believed to be the first book ever printed in what is now the United States. Sotheby's is offering it for sal...
  • Rossford woman charged in parking lot hit-skip

    ROSSFORD – A city woman has been cited following a Saturday accident in which two pedestrians were struck.Rossford Police Chief Glenn Goss said that the incident was reported at 8:25 p.m. in the parking lot of Giant Eagle on U.S. 20.Goss said at that ti...
  • Local Briefs: 11-26-13

    Man pleads guilty to arsonA Clay Center man pleaded guilty Monday in Wood County Court of Common Pleas to arson.Nathan Stewart, 34, appeared in the courtroom of Judge Reeve Kelsey.The plea stemmed from an incident earlier this year in which Stewart report...
  • Holiday traffic blitz planned

    Wood County Safe Communities announced that a Thanksgiving holiday traffic blitz will be performed from 6 p.m. Thursday through 6 a.m. Dec. 1.The holiday is one of the busiest travel times of the year, and travelers can become more focused on celebrating ...
  • U.S. banks earn $36 billion in third quarter

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. banks earned less in the July-September quarter than they did a year earlier, marking the first year-over-year decline in earnings since the spring of 2009 when the country was still mired in the Great Recession. The Federal...
  • U.S. consumer confidence falls to 7-month low

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. consumers' confidence in the economy fell in November to the lowest level in seven months, as Americans expressed more concerns about hiring and pay increases in coming months. The Conference Board says that its index of co...
  • Northwood mall questions city’s candor

    NORTHWOOD - A lawyer for the owners of the shuttered Woodville Mall is alleging that the city is keeping them from demolishing the site.Adam G. Burke, who is representing mall owners Ohio Plaza Shopping Center LLC, issued a press release lat...
  • Thanksgiving includes gluten-free pies and all

    NEW YORK (AP) — Three different types of stuffing will be offered on Stacy Fox's table this Thanksgiving: traditional, gluten-free and vegan. There will be steak for people who don't like turkey. No eggs will be used in the latkes, or Jewish potat...
  • Teachers concerned about ‘Common Core’

    Ohio State Senator Randy Gardner (right) addresses Bowling Green and Eastwood teachers on Ohio Senate Bill 229 at Bowling Green High School. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) Vast testing requirements, teacher evaluations and student ...
  • Perrysburg man pleads to vehicular homicide

    File photo. Justin Shane in court. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) A Perrysburg man pleaded guilty to charges including vehicular homicide Monday in the 2011 death of a Bradner woman.Justin D. Shane, 24, pleaded guilty to one coun...
  • BG plans electric rate hikes

    Most customers of Bowling Green's municipal electric system can expect annual rate increases in the range of 5 percent for the next several years.Rising power supply costs, continuing needs for capital improvements and rising operation and m...

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Energy regs inflate electric costs
04/17/2014 | ALEX ASPACHER Sentinel Staff Writer
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NORTH BALTIMORE - Energy regulations stand in the way of inexpensive, reliable electri [ ... ]


Lake Twp. to try for fire levy
04/17/2014 | DEBBIE ROGERS Sentinel Staff Writer
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MILLBURY - To keep on schedule with replacing major fire equipment, a levy will need t [ ... ]


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