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“You are getting $1,200 immediately from the government!” News of this government relief payment has been welcomed by consumers, but also by scammers, who are now using it to cheat folks who don’t know the details.

TOLEDO, Ohio — At auto parts maker Dana Inc., CEO Jim Kamsickas is like everyone else in the business, trying to manage competing needs for spending on electric vehicles of the future while keeping business associated with the internal combustion engine.

MAUMEE – Known as one of the nation’s most prominent and respected speakers in the health care industry, Bradford Koles, vice president and national spokesperson, Advisory Board – a best practices firm helping health care organizations worldwide – will speak on the current and future status …

Bowling Green State University is always looking for ways to take learning outside of the classroom. Recent involvement with Schooner Farms has led to tours, field trips, volunteerism and even possibilities to take classes at their facility to promote sustainability in the community.

It’s been 70 years since a group of Bowling Green parents decided the community should have a youth baseball program.

TOLEDO — On Dec. 20, 1920, the Ability Center began as a Toledo Rotary initiative, then called the Toledo Society for Crippled Children, to help children with disabilities.

The ThinkBG! rebranding of the Bowling Green area takes its next step with the upcoming release of a high-end lifestyle publication. That new magazine, along with an upgraded community portal both tell the public about all possible things to do, know or learn about Bowling Green Ohio.

Since Wood Lane Industries was transformed into a stand alone non-profit agency in 2016, the chief operating officer and her staff have found exciting ways to involve their 200 clients in the community, as well as discover innovative ways to bring in new sources of income.

Bowling Green State University’s club sport student-athletes are gaining another level of care, thanks to a partnership between the College of Education and Human Development, the Department of Student Affairs – Department of Recreation and Wellness and Falcon Health Center.

Wood County Hospital works to best serve the community to meet their needs by providing new services, expanding programs and creating education about healthcare for the community.

Customers coming into Sterling Amish Deli, 133 E. Wooster St., will find a refreshed and restored eatery that has maintained the tradition of offering fine Amish meats and cheeses as well as daily specials like beef and noodles and BLT’s.

PERRYSBURG — According to Kirk Falknor, co-owner of Blue Pacific Grill with his wife Becky, “when you take a job, you take the job and do it. You be dedicated to it.”

TOLEDO — Finding jobs with excellent starting salaries is highly likely for Mercy College of Ohio graduates, according to a study released by Georgetown University. Among 4,500 colleges and universities, Mercy College was ranked in the top 2% for Return On Investment after 10 years and the t…

FREMONT – Terra State Community College will be hosting its annual Spring Job Fair on Tuesday in the Student Activities Center on the Fremont campus. The fair is from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Thayer Family Auto Group has recently expanded their business holdings with the purchase of former Al Smith dealership at 1303 N. Main St. They now include Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep and Ram in the brands they offer.

Kevin Cochrane said the rewards of the Edward Jones philosophy of personal connections began right after he started working with the company over 25 years ago.

While owners Doug and Toni LeGalley continue the LeGalley Insurance Agency’s 85-year tradition of dedication to personal attention, new associate and daughter Megan LeGalleyBeaverson has harnessed the power of the internet to expand their visibility and service potential.

PERRYSBURG — The Center for Regional Development at Bowling Green State University will examine robotics and artificial intelligence at the 18th annual State of the Region Conference March 2.

FINDLAY — A seminar for business owners who are exploring potential exit strategies within the next five years will be presented on Feb. 27 from 4-7 p.m. at the Hancock Hotel, 631 S. Main St.

The success of Rapid Fired Pizza has inspired a crowdfunding campaign to build dozens of new restaurants for aspiring franchise owners.

Tivity Health will offer its Prime Fitness program to Walmart’s 1.5 million associates and their dependents across the United States. The Walton Life Fitness Pass will provide access to more than 9,000 fitness locations nationwide starting at $9 per paycheck.

Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with Welcome BG, will hold a series of three Lunch and Learn events that will address the Importance of Diversity in the Workplace. All Lunch and Learn events will be held from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Four Corners Center, 130 S. Main St.

TOLEDO — The judges of the 6th District Court of Appeals will dedicate the court’s recently renovated training and education room to retired judge, the Honorable Peter M. Handwork on Thursday at 12:30 p.m.

MAUMEE — If you’re thinking about buying a home as a first-time or repeat homeowner, attend Glass City Federal Credit Union’s free “Home-buying Seminar” to make sure you are prepared.

DETROIT (AP) — Eight months after it seemed headed for the corporate junkyard, Tesla is now worth more than General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler combined, even though the Big Three together sell more cars and trucks in two weeks than Tesla does in a whole year.

Amid a growing number of teens choosing to obtain their license before they turn 18, AAA is expanding its offering for driver education in an accessible way with a new online course.

PERRYSBURG – Construction begins this spring on a $2 million solar array that will provide nearly 60% of the electricity needs for Penta Career Center, a career technical high school serving 1,400 students.

The Kabob It restaurant at 132 E. Wooster St. is now sporting a new and modernized look with more pop.

Principle Business Enterprises, Inc., manufacturer of high-performance absorbent products in Bowling Green, was one of two businesses who will receive a Safety Training Award of Excellence at the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio’s 60th Annual Meeting of the Members on Thursday.

FOSTORIA — Dr. Mark Weiner, a family practice physician, has joined Fostoria Primary Care, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, and will begin seeing patients located at 617 N. County Line St.