A sign in Dr. Thomas Wojciechowski Sr.’s yard says “A healthcare hero lives here.”
With many fireworks shows canceled because of the global pandemic sales of fireworks to individuals for home shows are expected to be high this year.
Uncertainty was the theme of a virtual town hall held by Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers on Monday.
A Wood County grand jury has indicted 24 people for offenses ranging from rape and kidnapping to felonious assault.
Bowling Green City Schools is taking steps to change a law that allows townships to switch districts – and take their tax dollars with them.
Prior projects are keeping Wood County in the economic game, as it adjusts to the coronavirus crisis.
A Bowling Green woman accused of hindering the investigation into rape charges has taken a plea deal.
The Wood County Health Department board officially accepted the commissioner’s resignation at a special meeting on Monday.
MILLBURY — The Lake Local Schools Board of Education asked the superintendent to move forward on a fall plan for school and not wait for state guidelines.
GRAND RAPIDS – The coronavirus pandemic has caused the cancellation of another long-running event.
The new book “Bellwether Blues: A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul” is aimed at pulling the millennial generation of Wood County into the Republican Party at a time when the author says this age group is disillusioned with changing Democratic party values.
The Wood County Health Department continues its inspections of area establishment that serve food.
TONTOGANY — Once guidance is released from the state, Otsego Local Schools administrators will have a better idea of what fall classes will look like.
History, for some, might easily be forgotten. Jeff Snook however, owner of Snook’s Dream Cars, is working every day to make sure that history is preserved — both for the older generations that want to relive their glory days, and for the younger generations that never got the chance to exper…
After spending 40 years of his life as a student and staff member at Bowling Green State University, Larry Weiss is more than qualified to talk about the history of the university.
Corky Dunsmore is taking the next step in the evolution of her pottery studio and passing it down to Kristy Nicolo, in that ancient, years-long way that craftsmen have always done.
Increases in tuition at Bowling Green State University were approved by trustees, along with a $32 million budget drop due to coronavirus.
A free, pop-up test site for coronavirus will be open Tuesday at the Wood County Community Health Center, 1840 E. Gypsy Lane Road.
After a long pandemic pause, the Wood County District Public Library will be opening the doors for regular face-to-face usage on July 6, with a few changes.
COLUMBUS — The Senate unanimously passed legislation today, sponsored by State Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, protecting freedom of religious expression for athletes.
PERRYSBURG — Council’s safety committee listened to complaints from Maple Street residents whose “children at play” signs were removed by the planning and zoning department.
Wood County Health Commissioner Ben Batey is leaving to become chief health officer at Bowling Green State University.
WALBRIDGE — A neglected property in the village has been declared a nuisance and the house on it will be torn down.
Local law enforcement and Bowling Green State University leaders came together in a Not In Our Town discussion forum to foster understanding and productive community conversation.
MILLBURY — Lake Township voters will be asked to approve more money to operate the police department.
Coronavirus has crimped the county budget, but there hasn’t been total devastation, according to the administrator.
The traditional classroom may be a thing of the past as virtual class options are being encouraged over face-to-face teaching by Bowling Green State University administration in the latest instructions to professors.
The coronavirus pandemic majorly affected parks and recreation in Bowling Green, but the department is working to innovate and continues to provide services to residents.
ROSSFORD — Amazon is on the cusp of hiring at the new fulfillment center and plans on doubling the number of employees originally anticipated.
In the wake of the county commissioners questioning the executive director’s salary, and her impending retirement, the Wood County Veterans Services Commission has decided to do a salary study of the whole office.
PERRYSBURG — The 2021 Fort Meigs Union Cemetery annual budget was approved at the joint cemetery meeting between the township trustees and city council.
Sweeping residence hall policy changes at Bowling Green State University were released Monday, but more plans are still on the horizon.
The Wood County Health Department inspectors continued their inspections of restaurants the first week of June.
Monday is the last chance to get your fill of fair food — before the actual fair opens in August.
A Falcon who came home to rule the roost at the new health center is leaving the flock.
Masks will be a requirement at Bowling Green State University as one of the many changes being implemented to combat the spread of coronavirus.
In the wake of protests across the country, Mayor Mike Aspacher on Monday spoke with city council about policing procedures in Bowling Green.
All 7.8 million registered voters in Ohio will be getting absentee ballot request forms mailed to them from the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.
Coronavirus has already become the face of the Nov. 3 Wood County Health Department renewal levy.
Bowling Green State University’s fall semester face-to-face classes will end at Thanksgiving and the 2021 winter session will also be canceled.
There will be no “full pull” ringing through Bowling Green in late August.
PERRYSBURG — A hybrid form of combined virtual and face-to-face education is expected for fall classes as the administration laid out details at the Monday school board meeting.
It will cost more than $2 million for Bowling Green City Schools to transport students if face-to-face classes resume in the fall.
Over $4 million in coronavirus relief money is coming to townships and municipalities in Wood County.
There will be animals, vendors and a flower show at this year’s Wood County Fair — but no rides, parade or milkshake booth.
The potential for a DORA in Bowling Green has taken another step forward.
Wood County Health Department inspectors concentrated on establishments in Walbridge, Northwood and Perrysburg for the week of May 26-29. They also visited locations in Grand Rapids, Pemberville, Bowling Green and North Baltimore.
How an adventurous sea lion journeyed from California to Toledo may sound unbelievable, but it really happened.
Following the governor’s Thursday announcement that anyone who wants a coroanvirus test could get one, Wood County is continuing to move toward accommodating that.
PERRYSBURG — The school board has taken the first step toward putting a renewal of the 5-year 1.9 mill permanent improvement levy on the Nov. 3 ballot.
In response to an Ohio Supreme Court decision the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education approved a resolution allowing the petition for transfer of territory of Jamie Cook to be moved from the Nov. 3 election to the Aug. 4 special Election.