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Local Briefs: 3-5-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 March 2014 12:28
Middleton Twp. reschedules mtg.

The Middleton Township Trustees have rescheduled their regular meeting from tonight to March 12 at 6:30 p.m. due to lack of quorum.

E. Wooster St. closed for work

Bowling Green will close the westbound lane of East Wooster Street, between Main and Prospect streets, today and Thursday for sewer work.
Traffic will be maintained but the lanes shifted which may result in traffic delays in the downtown area.

Training offered to liquor establishments

The Bowling Green Police Division will provide Liquor Establishment Employee Training (LEET) on March 11.
The training will run from 7 to 9 p.m. and will focus on civil liability, state and local liquor laws and fake ID recognition. The police divisions encourages employees and management staff of local businesses that sell alcoholic beverages (bars and retail outlets) to attend.
This training will take place at the Bowling Green Police Division's Training Room at 175 W. Wooster St.
Contact Detective Scott Kleiber at 419-352-1131 for answers to questions related to this event. Preregistration is required and is limited to the first 40 individuals. The training is free and certificates will be presented to attendees.
Online registration is available at the police division's website, www.bowlinggreenpolice.org.
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Driver, two children, taken to hospital after Rt. 6 crash PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 March 2014 11:08
WESTON - Three people, including two children, were taken to Wood County Hospital after a collision Tuesday on U.S. 6 at Potter Road.
The Wood County Sheriff's Office reports that at 4:21 p.m. Resinia Manders, Weston, was stopped on Route 6 at the intersection with Potter Road waiting to turn south when a vehicle driven by Richard Ellison, Omaha, Ill., came from behind and struck Manders' vehicle in the rear.
Ellison reportedly did not see that Manders had stopped.
Manders and her two passengers, Damon Manders, 5, Weston, and Julie Bwa, 7, Bowling Green, were taken to the hospital with possible injuries by Mid-County 120 EMS. Damon Manders was in a booster seat, and Julie Bwa was wearing a seat belt. According to the crash report, it was not known if Resinia Manders was wearing a seat belt at the time.
Ellison was not injured. He was cited for assured clear distance ahead and a seat belt violation.
 
BG's westbound East Wooster downtown closed Wed.-Thur. PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 14:52

Bowling Green will close the westbound lane of East Wooster Street, between Main and Prospect streets, Wednesday and Thursday for sewer work.

Traffic will be maintained but the lanes shifted which may result in traffic delays in the downtown area.

 
BG Farmers' Market plans vendor meeting PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 March 2014 09:52
The Downtown Farmers' Market in Bowling Green invites all returning vendors, and area farmers, cottage food producers and artisans who are interested in becoming vendors to attend one of two informational meetings for the 2014 Farmers Market season.
Vendors from Wood County and its immediately neighboring counties are eligible to participate in the Downtown Farmers' Market.
The meetings are on March 12 at 4 and 6:30 p.m. and are expected to last an hour. They will be held at Grounds for Thought, 174 S. Main St.
Market operations manuals and vendor application forms will be available at the meetings.
Those materials will also be available on the Downtown BG website at www.downtownbgohio.org after the meetings.
Call Downtown Bowling Green at 419-354-4332 for additional details.
 
Local Briefs: 3-4-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:48
Board members re-appointed

Two members of the Wood County Board of Elections were re-appointed by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted.
Dick Newlove and Matt Reger were assigned to new terms that began Saturday.
State law requires bipartisan representation on each of Ohio's 88 county boards of elections. Each board is made up of two Republican members and two Democratic members, all of whom must be qualified electors in the counties for which they serve. The secretary of state makes appointments to boards of elections based on the recommendations of the executive committees of the respective county political parties.
Terms for boards of elections members are staggered so that half of the board, one member of each party, is up every two years.

Liberty Township zoning meets

RUDOLPH - The Liberty Township Zoning Commission will meet Wednesday at 7:30 at the township building in Rudolph.
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