Sentinel-Tribune offices relocating in BG


The Sentinel-Tribune office is on the move.
“We are excited to share with all of our readers and advertisers that we are building out new offices at
the Greenwood Centre,” said Karmen Concannon, publisher.
Next month, the newspaper business will move from its East Poe Road office to one at the Greenwood
Centre, 1616 E. Wooster St., No. 15.
“We are looking forward to working out of our new home, which will offer additional parking for our
customers,” Concannon said.
The new office will also offer convenience to Interstate 75 and Bowling Green State University.
The Sentinel-Tribune celebrated 150 years of publishing in 2017 and this move will help position the
company for the near- and long-term future, Concannon said.
This move will occur during the month of March.
“We will keep everyone posted as to the exact date of the new location opening as we get closer to making
our move,” she said.
The company currently is busy building out the new space, installing new data cables and updating phone
services in order to better serve customers and employees for years to come, Concannon said.
AIM Media Midwest LLC acquired the publishing assets of the Sentinel Company in April, but not the
The Sentinel has moved before within the city. In 1973, operations were set up in the current site at 300
E. Poe Road, which was built for the newspaper operations.
Before then, the Sentinel office was located in downtown Bowling Green on East Wooster Street.
Customers can continue to send mail to P.O. Box 88, Bowling Green, OH 434302, or visit at 300 E. Poe Road
until the move has been completed. All of the company’s email contact information will remain the same.

Concannon said she is looking forward to the completion of the I-75 and East Wooster Street/Ohio 64
interchange, and being part of the East Wooster Street corridor and near BGSU.
“We are pleased to continue to be part of the fabric that documents and tells the ongoing story of the
people and events in Wood County,” she said. “We will continue to be the top source for those searching
for news and information about the area.”

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