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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.

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.

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.

JERRY CITY – Elmwood elementary students may have new hopscotch squares to jump on and a map of the United States to study this fall.

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.

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.

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.”

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.

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.

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.

Wood Lane School has completed its security updates, making it difficult for unauthorized persons to enter the building.

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.