On Friday, a new expanse of Bowling Green parkland will formally debut.
The case against a Perrysburg woman charged with vehicular assault, and other related charges, is going to trial.
The pandemic and remote learning had an impact on student test scores at Bowling Green City Schools.
The look of the library parking lot may change in the next two years.
A drive south for pizza lovers nowadays means a stop in Greenville, South Carolina.
Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers has a new base salary of $500,000.
MILLBURY — Trash service will remain the same in Lake Township, for at least another year.
Bowling Green City Schools is in dire need of paraprofessionals and substitute staff.
PERRYSBURG — Increases to residential water and sewer rates, starting with a 4.5% increase in 2022, were presented to city council’s public utilities committee at Wednesday’s meeting.
A protest against the mandated coronavirus vaccine requirement at Bowling Green State University drew a dozen people who were bundled up against the cold and rain on Thursday for the rescheduled event.
PERRYSBURG — Minutes after it began, the Monday school board meeting was suspended and moved because of a mask protest.
PERRYSBURG — Council has settled a lawsuit filed against the city by a building contractor whose bid was bypassed on a fire station improvement project.
Bowling Green City Schools has entered into two Community Investment Area donation agreements, which will generate $1.53 million for the district over the next decade.
Bowling Green’s food waste drop-off program may be sticking around for 2022.
The “worst class ever” at Bowling Green High School is at it again.
PERRYSBURG — A group of conservative protesters met in front of the Commodore Building prior to the Perrysburg Board of Education meeting on Monday.
Bowling Green will soon learn what district staff and community members want in their school buildings.
If its continuing tax request is approved in November, Bowling Green City Schools will have more money to spend on educational needs.
LIME CITY — The Perrysburg Township Fire Department has canceled the annual open house, due to increasing county coronavirus numbers.
Bowling Green Council on Monday introduced much-debated legislation covering inspections for rental properties.
Masks are now required when visiting the Bowling Green and Walbridge branches of the Wood County District Public Library.
Labor shortages and immigration reform were discussed in a meeting that included local area Congressional offices, employers and issue advocates.
Enrollment dropped at Bowling Green State University for fall 2021 semester, but is still above 2018.
ROSSFORD — A months-long effort to order police cars hit another snag as the council failed to pass an ordinance authorizing the funding for the purchase during Monday’s meeting.
Aviation’s been around for about 120 years.
Two Bowling Green State University student organizations will hold a protest on Tuesday against the university’s coronavirus vaccination mandate.
Novel Blends owner Michael Stoepler says he hopes the new bookstore and coffee shop on South Main Street will provide an atmosphere that allows community members to get comfy.
MILLBURY — As school district officials continue to muddle their way through coronavirus protocols, the Lake Board of Education members made it clear that they are not in favor of mask mandates.
Original short grass prairie will be returning to Wintergarden/St. Johns Nature Preserve in Bowling Green.
Watch a bed race, cheer at a football game and catch a fireworks show during Bowling Green State University homecoming activities, which start today.
The proposed 585 acres that could become a 101 megawatt solar-power field in Weston and Milton Townships and the Village of Weston is one step closer to reality after a Ohio Power Sitting Board hearing last week.
A Bowling Green man is scheduled to be arraigned today after he allegedly called in a bomb threat to Bowling Green High School on Friday.
Huge crowds came out to Bowling Green to rock with bands, shop at artist booths, make a tie-dye shirt and drink craft beers at the Black Swamp Arts Festival.
The legalities of two bills in the Ohio House that restrict what teachers can teach was a topic of conversation at an Honesty in Education forum.
The Wood County Health Department inspected several food service establishments in Bowling Green, Perrysburg and Northwood in late August.
The new Wood County Veterans Memorial Plaza ensures that the supreme sacrifice given for freedom will not be forgotten.
Teachers huddled around televisions with the sound muted. An educator who is now a flight attendant. How Way library’s grand reopening was rescripted. A congressman’s recollection.
It was fate that one of Bowling Green’s own was in New York City the day of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Bowling Green City Schools students were evacuated Friday afternoon because of a bomb threat.
An attorney for a Walbridge man charged with 19 counts of rape is asking to suppress evidence that was gathered by a search warrant that he said ignored his client’s Fourth Amendment rights.
FINDLAY – Cooper Tire’s Findlay manufacturing plant reached a milestone Thursday with the production of its 200 millionth tire, a Cooper Discoverer AT3 LT.
The wave of coronavirus cases that is washing over Wood County will continue surging through this month, according to the health commissioner.
MILLBURY — With 10 students testing positive for coronavirus and 180 quarantined, Lake Local Schools has imposed a mask mandate.
More county families are seeking help and funding is needed to continue providing services.
PERRYSBURG – Penta Career Center is now requiring that students and staff wear masks as the number of students quarantined has risen.
In the second coronavirus update of the academic year, Bowling Green State University is reporting 218 positive cases.
Crime fighting and forensic science hit a milestone with the 100-year anniversary of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg Schools Foundation invites the community to meet and hear from the candidates running for the Perrysburg Board of Education – Eric Benington, David Desser, Sue Larimer, Laura Meinke and Lori Reffert – at a Sept. 21 forum.
PERRYSBURG — Residents of the Perrysburg Heights community filled the city municipal building for discussion of possible future annexation that is part of the new Perrysburg land use plan.
It’s a time of change for the Bowling Green Police Division, and to go along with it, on Tuesday night three officers officially received a change in rank.
LIME CITY — The Perrysburg Township Police Department will be getting body cameras, after the township trustees gave the green light at Wednesday’s meeting.