The Wood County Health Inspections visited a number of eateries earlier this month.
The third of four Toledo residents accused of breaking into numerous vehicles last year has been sentenced.
ROSSFORD — A presentation on an update to the delayed 2018 Rossford Master Plan was repeatedly derailed because of technical difficulties at a recent council meeting.
PERRYSBURG — Three pieces of legislation that came out of council’s public utilities committee have been passed by council, including a $1.5 million dewatering facility improvement for the wastewater treatment plant.
TONTOGANY – An Otsego High School veteran teacher has been named best in the state.
On warm summer days, students will spread out a picnic lunch on the grass. In the fall, cross country runners burn a trail around the perimeter. And in the winter, its hills — really the only ones in Bowling Green — are filled with red-cheeked sledders.
Wood County does not have an official stay-at-home advisory because of the coronavirus, like many large cities and counties in Ohio.
Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher and members of council on Monday praised the quick response of city workers in the wake of this weekend’s wind storm which left some without power for hours.
As Bowling Green State University students prepare to leave campus next week and not return for two months, coronavirus cases have increased.
The Wood County District Public Library Trustees gave the green light to staying open during the state’s “red” designation, due to coronavirus.
Nov. 3 election results were certified by the Wood County Board of Elections, showing a 73.05% turnout and no election fraud, according to officials.
Bowling Green City Schools will start offering tutoring to elementary students this month.
PERRYSBURG — With Thanksgiving holiday travel looming and surging cases of coronavirus, the school district will shift to more than a week of remote classes for all students.
One vision for a library expansion is combining forces with the City of Bowling Green to construct one main focal point downtown.
With the coronavirus pandemic worsening throughout Ohio and the United States, Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher is urging residents to continue their diligence in the face of the crisis.
BG VOICE, a group for those that want families in Bowling Green to have a choice to attend school in person, held its second rally Monday.
Community wastewater monitoring data from Bowling Green show an elevation in indicators for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, consistent with the local increase of coronavirus cases, according to a news release by the Wood County Health Department.
The Wood County Board of Elections has certified 1,611 provisional ballots from the Nov. 3 election.
During a complaint inspection, a Bowling Green eatery had a number of repeat violations.
MILLBURY — The treasurer who transformed school finances for Lake Local Schools was honored at last month’s board meeting.
Even a close friend of the Wood County Health Board president has had a hard time getting a coronavirus test.
Ryan Myers has been selected to fill the vacant seat on the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education.
Wood County health leaders are blue and a little green over the “red” alert given by the state on Thursday.
TONTOGANY — Despite the state going red due to coronavirus cases, Otsego Local Schools will stay in session five days a week.
PERRYSBURG — Residents took part in a virtual Land Use Planning event on Wednesday, while surveys are on going.
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg Junior High School students started four-day weeks face-to-face on Tuesday and the high school could be next.
ROSSFORD — In response to recently increasing numbers of coronavirus cases, on Monday the council and city administration re-appropriated $72,793 in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act funds.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education is expected on Thursday to pick someone to fill its vacant seat.
BG Voice has raised enough money to hire an attorney to take legal action against the school district.
Bowling Green Council has formally accepted the third distribution of monies from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, received through the state, amounting to more than $1.135 million.
Wood County Hospital is not overrun with coronavirus cases, as other hospitals around the state are, according to the president.
For the first time since 2009, a new person will be leading the county recorder’s office.
The Wood County Health Department inspected a number of eateries the final weeks of October.
Veterans Day will be celebrated on Wednesday in Bowling Green.
A caravan of Wood County Committee on Aging staff and volunteers will honor veterans from Northwood to North Baltimore this week.
An artist and printer, Ian Welch teaches the art of unlocking bigger worlds of creativity using a 130-year-old printing press.
WALBRIDGE — Village leaders have used their federal CARES money to buy equipment and give businesses grants. Now they’re extending it to put turkeys on the Thanksgiving tables of residents.
PEMBERVILLE – After a sharp rise in coronavirus quarantines, Eastwood Local Schools is returning to a hybrid schedule.
A Toledo man was sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of rape.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College hopes to have a new president in place by July.
Years after an initial effort stalled, council is again considering new historic preservation legislation.
Jobs and law enforcement were the major issues incumbent Ohio Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, found to be most important to the supporters of her winning campaign.
PERRYSBURG — Hard work for constituents, especially veterans, resonated with voters for incumbent Ohio Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, who will retain his seat representing the Ohio House 3rd District
A former Wood County commissioner has narrowly — unofficially — won the election for Wood County Common Pleas judge.
Years of constituent work and follow-up economic support related to the coronavirus are what incumbent U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, believes were the issues that resonated with voters this elections.
The Northwest Wood Ambulance District’s 6-mill replacement levy has passed.
MILLBURY — One of the few new money issues on the ballot in Wood County on Tuesday received arresting support from the Lake Township community.
Wood County voters resoundingly approved a renewal levy for the library on Tuesday.
The Wood County Commissioners will continue to be an all-Republican board.
The Wood County Health District’s 10-year, 0.5-mill renewal levy passed with 45,498 in favor (71%) and 18,383 opposed (29%).