PERRYSBURG – A new Penta logo is creating a buzz at Perrysburg High School.
Looking at the goals calendar for the Wood County District Public Library, Director Michael Penrod said he feels a little defeated.
PERRYSBURG — When 4-year-old Grant Wichman, who uses a walker, goes to an area park, there isn’t much for him to play on independently.
The Wood County Jail has 11 inmates and seven deputies who have positive coronavirus cases or who are in isolation.
LIME CITY — Perrysburg Township is aiming for an archery trail at Edward H. Simmons Park, but the canine crowd will also love the dog park.
Bowling Green State University is reporting the fewest positive coronavirus cases since the start of fall semester, according to a Wednesday update.
The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is preparing to upgrade its technology with new body cameras and hybrid vehicles.
TONTOGANY — Abby Gase has never backed down from anything.
Bowling Green Council continued work on a sometimes controversial piece of historic preservation legislation Monday evening – but their efforts are still not over.
LIME CITY — The Perrysburg Township Trustees have extended a township employee sick leave policy, expanding it to include vaccine-related illness. That original policy had been in place since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
During a health inspection, pest droppings were found at a Rossford fraternal organization.
Teachers will greet their students with smiles behind their masks when classes resume this week for Bowling Green City Schools.
PADRE ISLAND, Texas — Sea turtles are the latest victims of the winter storms and freezing temperatures in Texas, but rescue efforts from volunteers like Bowling Green native and naval officer Susan Johnson are giving 300 of them a fighting chance.
Pam Bechtel’s heart beats for Bowling Green. She’s hoping for a little love in return.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood elementary students may have new hopscotch squares to jump on and a map of the United States to study this fall.
PERRYSBURG — He started 30 years ago as seasonal help and will end 2022 as the 20-year director of the Wood County Park District.
More than 850 county school personnel got their first coronavirus vaccination Friday in Bowling Green.
Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher got a first-hand look at the winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on the city this week.
Depending on how many school personnel show up for Friday’s mass vaccination clinics, there could be enough doses for a “clean-up clinic” for the general public next week.
WALBRIDGE — A new contract is in the works for the village police chief, whose first three-year contract is coming to an end.
PERRYSBURG — Students are closer to being in class full time.
Masks made by several dozen community members will be covering the faces of Bowling Green City Schools staff next week.
At this time next week, Bowling Green students will be back in the classroom.
Bowling Green Council decided Tuesday to postpone a vote on a controversial historic preservation ordinance until next month.
Deaths in Wood County due to coronavirus increased by 25 on Tuesday as statistics were adjusted to reflect the state oversight last week.
A blinding snowstorm that reduced visibility to almost zero and led to a level 3 snow emergency dumped a foot of snow in Wood County.
Library leaders are continuing talks with Bowling Green officials about a possible building expansion, which now looks a little different than when it was first discussed late last year.
Some Bowling Green State University general education courses may be eliminated to adjust to job losses that took place in May, as indicated in a fall 2021 scheduling document being used by the College of Arts and Sciences that calls for streamlining.
The proposed 101 megawatt solar field in Weston is a step closer to happening after a rate negotiation meeting with the Wood County Commissioners on Thursday.
PERRYSBURG — Spring enrollment is continuing a downward trend at Owens Community College.
PERRYSBURG – Perrysburg High School theater director Rob Gentry has staged 100 shows, from “You Can’t Take It with You” to “Lend Me a Tenor.”
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Elementary students will return to school for a full week starting March 1.
One man has died in a morning fire at the intersection of Brim and Hannah roads, northwest of Bowling Green.
ROSSFORD — The police department is getting closer to full strength with the swearing in of two new officers, but concerns remain that the city has become a training ground for other departments.
Wood County will receive 3,800 doses of coronavirus vaccine next week — but the majority are for vaccinating school personnel.
A driver on a meal delivery route may have saved a senior’s life.
Getting tax preparation help to area seniors is proving to be taxing for the Wood County Committee on Aging.
The health department will start saving and administering vaccines to the most vulnerable of Wood County’s population.
Wood County is going to focus on road projects this year, then may shift attention to bridges next year.
Bowling Green City Council and Mayor Mike Aspacher made a special presentation at last week’s meeting.
LUCKEY — Three of the buildings, including the main one, at the former Brush Wellman company site are being torn down, according to an update provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo District.
ROSSFORD — Building will begin in April on a new 137-acre site in Rossford, to be developed by Scannell Properties, the largest industrial developer in the country.
PERRYSBURG — Stop.
A new small road from Conneaut Elementary to City Park is being planned to alleviate traffic issues when vehicles line up to drop off or pick up students.
WALBRIDGE — It may be frigid and snowy outdoors, but summer pool plans are in the works in Walbridge.
Wood Lane School has completed its security updates, making it difficult for unauthorized persons to enter the building.
A pending historic preservation ordinance in the city again proved controversial on Wednesday.
As the Wood County Health Department prepares to vaccinate 2,900 school personnel later this month, another small supply will be available for the general public next week.
Area doctors were the featured guests in a virtual town hall, held for area school employees on Tuesday, promoting coronavirus vaccinations.
The tiny white six-wheeled autonomous robots at Bowling Green State University have made more than 100,000 deliveries since being introduced.
Spring semester enrollment at Bowling Green State University is the second-largest spring headcount ever, with a record amount of graduate students and a decrease in the freshman class.