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  • New home sales jump 14.8 percent in April

      WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of new homes posted another large gain in April as buyers rushed to sign contracts before government tax credits expired. The Commerce Department said Wednesday that sales of new single-family homes jumped 14.8 percent ...
  • Regional next for Royals

    Elmwood vs Tinora at Defiance District Final 052410. Tyler Chamberlain lays down one of his two sacrifice bunts. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) JERRY CITY - Elmwood's baseball team has played consistently well in its run to a...
  • Arts council surveys Perrysburg

    File photo. Perrysburg Fireworks at Ft. Meigs. Swingmania takes the stage. (Photo: Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune) PERRYSBURG - The Perrysburg Area Arts Council could use some volunteers to help stage events.It could use some dues paying...
  • Boy Scouts plan annual award dinner

    The Erie Shores Council of the Boy Scouts of America will hold its 84th annual Scouter Recognition Dinner on June 3 at Camp Miakonda, 5600 W. Sylvania Ave., Toledo. Among the nine receiving the Silver Beaver Awards, the greatest award the council can use ...
  • Heavy rains limit access to Walden Pond

    CONCORD, Mass. (AP) — Heavy spring flooding has forced the state to cut summer access by nearly half at Walden Pond, which was made famous by author Henry David Thoreau, state officials said Wednesday. The rains raised Walden Pond 4 feet above its...
  • BG man given 5-year jail term for armed robbery in Perrysburg

    A 39-year-old Bowling Green man will spend five years in prison for the armed robbery of a Perrysburg cash advance store.Matthew Nagley, formerly of South Enterprise Street, was sentenced on Tuesday by Wood County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Pollex.He...
  • N. Baltimore eyes funding

    NORTH BALTIMORE - While school districts across the state are slashing their budgets and laying off teachers because of multimillion dollar deficits, officials in the North Baltimore School District are grateful to be less than $158,000 in t...
  • Library gathers support for levy

    Supporters of the Wood County District Public Library packed the Wood County Commissioners small meeting room Tuesday in support of a property tax levy on the November ballot.During the 25-minute session, library trustees and others assured ...
  • Jeanettie "Nettie" Pultz

    Jeanettie "Nettie" Pultz, 80, of Bowling Green, Ohio passed away Monday, May 24, 2010.Nettie was born in Bowling Green to the late Hielman and Mary (Meyers) Cotterman. She married George G. Pultz in 1949 and he preceded.She is survived by four daughters: ...
  • Carl Knauss

    Carl E. Knauss, 78, of Pemberville, passed away 11:10 p.m., Monday, May 24, 2010 at home. Carl was born October 18, 1931 in Dunbridge, Ohio, to the late Ernest and Jessie (Beard) Knauss. He married Mollie Jo Jimison October 25th, 1952 at Scotch Ridge Pres...
  • Shelly Deiley

    Shelly Deiley, 57, of Toledo, died May 24, 2010.Local survivor include her sister: Robin Miller of Grand Rapids.Visitation is on May 27 from 2 to 9 p.m., funeral service will be at 7 p.m. at Calvary Bible Chapel, Toledo.Arrangements are handled by Wright-...
  • Sleeping woman left on plane in Philly for 4 hours

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Airline officials are trying to figure out how a sleeping passenger was left aboard a flight for four hours after it landed in Philadelphia. According to police and the Transportation Security Administration, the passenger didn...
  • Jamaican officials claim control, 44 are dead

      KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Jamaican security forces claimed a tenuous hold over the slum stronghold of a gang leader sought by the U.S., but only after battles that killed at least 44 civilians, the country's official ombudsman said Wednesday. O...
  • Space shuttle Atlantis lands for final time

      CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Space shuttle Atlantis returned from orbit for the last time Wednesday, closing out a 25-year flying career and safely bringing back six astronauts who boosted the International Space Station's power and size. The s...
  • Legals: 5-26

    999 LEGALS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDSVILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE, OHIOWATER TREATMENT PLANTCLARIFIERS 1 & 2HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGSCONTRACT 11REBID Sealed Bids for the Village of North Baltimore, Ohio, Water Treatment Plant Clarifiers 1 & 2, ...
  • Local Briefs: 5-26

    Weston fire may be arsonWESTON - Arson is suspected following a fire in an unoccupied building Monday morning.According to the Wood County Sheriff's Office, a call was received at 7:11 a.m. reporting smoke coming from a brick building in the 12000 block o...
  • Sports Briefs: 5-26

    Vaughn earns MAC awardCLEVELAND - Bowling Green's Dennis Vaughn has been named the Mid-American Conference East baseball co-player of the week.Vaughn hit four home runs and had eight RBI in Bowling Green's three-game sweep of Buffalo last week. Vaughn had...
  • To the Editor: BG man is living his good memories

    Sometimes folks go through life not realizing how good it is until years later when they look back on it.Most of my life was spent this way until the cancer.Now I take the time and effort to look at it as it happens. ...
  • To the Editor: Disasters have several things in common

    The off-shore oil leak and the real estate mortgage disaster have several things in common. With real estate anybody could get financial aid because with the value of real estate continually climbing upward the mortgage companies didn't lose. The off-shor...
  • To the Editor: G. Rapids resident: Socialism has taken over

    America has crashed. What are we going to do to fix it?Our government is a mess. No one knows what to do.They are ramming a health care bill down our necks.I called Ms. Kaptur's office to talk about the health care bill and her office worker screamed at m...

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Perrysburg Twp. man gets 22 years for rape, assault
07/25/2014 | PETER KUEBECK, Sentinel Staff Writer

A Perrysburg Township man was sentenced to more than 22 years in prison Thursday afternoon after bei [ ... ]


Otsego approves contract with staff
07/25/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune
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TONTOGANY - The Otsego school district has inked a new three-year contract with  [ ... ]


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