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BG schools may need new operating levy in ‘24

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Bowling Green City Schools is projected to outspend its income by more than $3 million this year, with that amount tripling in the next five years.

Haskins Road closure starts Monday

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Beginning Monday, Haskins Road will be closed to all through traffic between Wooster Street and Wallace Avenue to accommodate the installation of the new water main.

A playground for everyone

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Children and adults enjoy the new RallyCap Sports Inclusive Playground at Carter Park Tuesday evening. Officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony, opening the new playground located at 401 Campbell Hill Road. It features a larger-than-life wheelchair-accessible log in the center of the play space. A 5-foot-high artificial turf hillside and accompanying slides create challenges and fun. This playground also features a wheelchair swing, which is designed for easy access. For thrill-seekers, there is a 7-foot-high climbing course. Over 150 volunteers donated their time to building the playground. The City of Bowling Green allocated $100,000 and over 1,000 staff hours to this project. (Photo by Alex Stutzman | Sentinel-Tribune)

Divided BG Council rejects incentives for renewable energy

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A closely-divided Bowling Green Council voted 4-3 against creating a Residential Renewable Resource Installation Account and a RRR Generation Account that would have provided annual incentive payments for some renewable energy generation.

Book this holiday tour: Pemberville homes open on Saturday

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PEMBERVILLE — The Pemberville Friends of the Library are continuing their tradition of Christmas home tours.

Liberty Center man killed in US 24 crash

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WATERVILLE – A Liberty Center man was killed Tuesday when his sport utility vehicle reportedly rear-ended a truck on U.S. 24 near Ohio 64.

BG pool operated at $29,230 loss in ‘22 — but budget is still afloat

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The Bowling Green City Pool and Waterpark Complex saw a rise in revenues this year – as well as an increase in expenses.

BG police respond to attempted vehicle break-in

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Bowling Green police responded Tuesday to the report of an attempted vehicle break-in.

Trial starts for man accused of firing gun in downtown BG

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The state is going to have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Marquise Brown fired a weapon that wounded a bystander downtown last fall.

Gavarone pledges to support Congressional term limits

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COLUMBUS, Oho – U.S. Term Limits, the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. Its mission is to get 34 states to apply for an amendment proposal convention specific to term limits on Congress.