Details on how to see the Bowling Green fireworks display, which is moving to a new location this year, have been released.
It has been more than two decades since the Ohio Supreme Court ruled the state’s system of funding education was unconstitutional.
WALBRIDGE — A historical building in horrible condition has been purchased by the village and will be razed for additional parking.
ROSSFORD – The Rossford Board of Education is considering something most won’t hear from often cash-strapped school districts: A reduction in property tax collection.
PERRYSBURG — Anger echoed between opponents and supporters of the Perrysburg Schools CQ CommUNITY, a voluntary district employee group dedicated to fostering cultural competency, at Monday’s board of education meeting.
A resolution calling for the city to create a Sustainability and Climate Plan received attention from Bowling Green Council Monday.
The decision to recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday came at an awkward time for the Wood County District Public Library and many other businesses.
A new library book drop will be in place by the end of the year.
The man initially charged with terrorism after he was found with a firearm walking along the railroad tracks in Lake Township, leading to the lockdown of the Lake school campus for hours, has been sentenced to community control.
A number of ideas have been implemented to bring more business to downtown Bowling Green as it recovers from the coronavirus shutdown.
A Rossford man accused of several sex-related offenses will be in his 80s upon his release from prison — a sentence that was applauded by dozens in the courtroom on Tuesday.
Jim Bostdorff is calling it a career.
The new Wood County Senior Center got a grand, official welcome into the Bowling Green community on Friday.
The First Solar expansion in Lake Township continues to get green lights as it goes through the approval process.
A Bowling Green woman has been indicted for involuntary manslaughter after she allegedly administered drugs that caused her husband’s overdose and death.
MILLBURY — Lake Local Schools voters will be asked in November to approve constructing a $36 million elementary school.
Bowling Green State University has been notified of potential legal action from three national fraternities with chapters at the university and the organization Fraternity Forward Coalition, in response to anti-hazing measures instituted since the alleged hazing death of student Stone Foltz.
MILLBURY — Angry neighbors against the proposed First Solar expansion demanded the Lake Township Trustees reject tax abatement.
GRAND RAPIDS — A truck driver who crashed into a village home was found dead in the Maumee River a few hours after the incident.
Legislators brought issues back to Wood County at the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Annual Legislative Update on Friday.
The main Wood County Senior Center in Bowling Green will be fully open — including congregate dining for lunches — on June 21.
Two Perrysburg restaurants had issues with their cleanliness during recent inspections.
The legislative process got a workout at the Bowling Green Council meeting last week.
DETROIT (AP) — Dylan Cease became the first White Sox pitcher to win his first eight career starts against an opponent, cruising to a 15-2 romp over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
EASTLAKE, Ohio (AP) — A proud Clevelander, Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce showed love to his hometown by wearing an Indians jersey and cap.
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood Local Schools is anticipating a cash fund balance of more than $5 million in five years.
With $2.3 million in funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation, Bowling Green-headquartered District 2 led Ohio in jobs and commerce for the second consecutive year.
WALBRIDGE — The village is continuing to use other funding sources to pay for road paving, this time on Main Street.
PERRYSBURG — Lila Szozda, as Perrysburg Schools’ child nutrition director, makes sure the basic meat and potatoes are provided on every school menu.
Bowling Green City Schools has an income tax renewal approaching and the board of education may decide to ask voters to approve it for a continuing term.
The Wood County Health Department is moving from management of the coronavirus to surveillance.
The Bowling Green City Schools has estimates to how much it will cost to add air condition to three buildings.
Bowling Green Council on Monday introduced a resolution calling for the city to create a sustainability and climate action plan.
MILLBURY — Booming economic development has set a fire under the Lake Township Fire Department and its future.
When the new Wood County Senior Center was designed, Denise Niese said it would have an open concept — for its clients, but also for her.
WATERVILLE — The Roche de Boeuf Interurban Bridge, which spans the Maumee River between Wood and Lucas counties, is going to be auctioned off by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
A variance request sought for a proposed new multi-family complex planned along South Main Street did not pass muster with the Bowling Green Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday.
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce invites all local businesses to participate in an open panel discussion with city leaders about the effects that the coronavirus is still having on their business.
MILLBURY — First Solar is officially announcing the expansion of its Lake Township plant that will bring another 500 jobs to the area.
Tony Hoffman is the exception to the rule when it comes to breaking the cycle of addiction.
This is no fish story.
Complete streets saw some action from Bowling Green Council on Monday.
The Wood County Health Department traveled from Northwood to North Baltimore to inspect food establishments the week of May 17.
Peter Burroughs is forging his own artistic path.
PERRYSBURG — The school board approved the hiring of a new administrator.
A former Bowling Green State University student-athlete has been sentenced to prison for rape and kidnapping.
Members of the Bowling Green Police Division are now using body cameras.
MILLBURY — First Solar isn’t quite ready to proceed with expansion plans in Lake Township, but an announcement could be coming in the next few weeks.
Around the world, stop in a Peloton store and get a piece of clothing that is only sold there: Peloton New York, Peloton London.
A Bowling Green State University professor will be pedaling for public education, all the way across the United States.
MILLBURY — Plans are underway for a First Solar plant expansion in Lake Township that would bring 500 new jobs to the area.