One of the perks of being named the 2020 Hank Marr High School Jazz Award recipient is getting to play with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra.
A man accused of driving while impaired and causing a crash that killed his wife has rejected a plea deal.
A rally to urge the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education to hold in-person classes is planned for Monday.
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood Elementary has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School by the United States Department of Education.
PERRYSBURG — Hobbits, wizards, elves and a dragon Smaug greeted friends of Way Public Library on Tuesday, marking the birthday of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins with Hobbit Day to promote Library Card Signup Month.
PERRYSBURG — Pandemic burnout among teachers and staff was reported as an emerging issue at the Monday school board meeting.
Ohio native Tom Helbig continued his 15,000 mile nation-encircling Tomfoolery Good Vibes Cycling Tour through Bowling Green this week on his campaign to encourage everyone to live out their dreams.
All school students can now eat free.
Despite the pandemic, there’s plenty going on with the new Veterans Building at City Park these days.
A local woman who stole nearly $100,000 from a Bowling Green business eight years ago has been resentenced.
MILLBURY — Two Virginia residents were arrested today after they were found walking on the railroad tracks near the executive airport with shovels, a pitchfork and a backpack with a gun and ammunition.
Travis McDowell wiped away tears while officers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol and Perrysburg Police Department were honored for saving his life after a motorcycle accident earlier this year in northern Wood County.
The Wood County Health Department has begun inspecting schools now that students are back in the classroom.
Mourners gathered this weekend around the country to honor U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — including an impromptu memorial in Bowling Green.
Will Pierce has his own business and a newborn and is administrator for a popular Bowling Green Facebook page.
Coronavirus isn’t scaring off trick or treat in local communities.
The new children’s book “The Four Ever Friends,” written by former local teacher and administrator Darlene DeCrane, will encourage children to use their imaginations to maintain friendships while still feeling safe in a world COVID has changed.
Ohio’s senior centers may open Monday, but there are too many challenges — including testing all staff — for Wood County to allow seniors in, according to the executive director.
PERRYSBURG — City council appointed Kathryn Sandretto, for the open law director position at the regular Tuesday meeting.
There were 61 additional student positive coronavirus cases this week at Bowling Green State University.
A two-lane roundabout is being planned for Bowling Green.
SWANTON — President Donald Trump will host a Great American Comeback Event on Monday at 7 p.m.
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JERRY CITY – Elmwood Schools was considering expanding its building to accommodate more students and programs.
Bowling Green City Schools has reduced the hours of 24 employees through a reduction in force.
A federal judge has reversed a state law, making it unconstitutional for territories to vote to leave their home school district, impacting Bowling Green City Schools.
ROSSFORD – Trick or treat festivities are expected to be held in the city this Halloween.
LIME CITY — The Perrysburg Township Trustees approved the rezoning of some high density residential property to industrial business, as part of a shift to a municipal planning philosophy.
Absentee and early voting are the same thing which is casting a ballot prior to Election Day. Voters may choose to vote in person at the Board of Elections at the Wood County Courthouse or may request a ballot by mail.
The Wood County Health Department inspectors traveled throughout the county last month.
You are qualified to register to vote in Ohio if you meet all the following requirements:
PORTAGE — TOPS royalty runs in Lee Boulis’ family.
The Bowling Green Convention and Visitors Bureau is being dissolved as city officials look for ways to balance the budget.
The new Wood County health commissioner spent his first week planning for a coronavirus vaccine.
Bowling Green State University is prepared to stay open through the pandemic, according to the chief health officer.
Beginning next week, Bowling Green State University will implement randomized surveillance testing for undergraduate and graduate students on the main campus. The program focuses on testing students who do not have coronavirus symptoms (asymptomatic).
Lainey Bingham was just getting her stride, in the first mile of a high school cross country race, when she came upon trouble.
A Walbridge man charged with domestic violence has been sentenced to community control.
Bowling Green State University students will be expected to participate in randomized surveillance testing, according to the university’s weekly coronavirus update.
It’s doubtful that area seniors will be sitting down for a chicken paprikash lunch or enjoying a game of bingo on Sept. 21 at any of the eight senior centers.
The Bowling Green Fire Division has been awarded the 2020 Mission: Lifeline Silver Plus Award for pre-hospital cardiac care by the American Heart Association.
With the pandemic continuing around the world, Bowling Green Council on Tuesday heard concerns about cases of the virus on the Bowling Green State University campus, and about mask-wearing in the community.
Using statistical analysis of provided coronavirus data, two educators are claiming that there is a likely outbreak among the Bowling Green State University student population, for which they are requesting action from the university, including the cancellation of all in-person events.
LUCKEY — An Idaho company will tear down the building at the former Brush Wellman site for $11.8 million.
A Bowling Green State University professor has taken office hours to a different level in this time of coronavirus.
Brent Lowry’s next little ditty has a happy ending.
Bicycles are little like toilet paper, hand sanitizer and hamburger in this time of coronavirus.
A Bowling Green art fair will be held Sept. 12 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. — the same Saturday that was originally slated for the canceled Black Swamp Arts Festival.
A Toledo man indicted in both Henry and Wood counties for attempted murder is in the Wood County jail.
The Bowling Green High School Bobcat Marching Band is presenting a rock and roll show Saturday.
Bowling Green State University has had 38 students report positive cases of coronavirus.