On Friday, a new expanse of Bowling Green parkland will formally debut.
This week, Wood County Health Department will begin calling eligible people who received the Pfizer vaccines through its clinics earlier this year to schedule appointments for boosters.
Two catalytic converters were reported stolen over the weekend in Bowling Green.
HASKINS — An Otsego High School student crossed railroad tracks before becoming airborne right before the crash that caused the death of one of his passengers.
The Citizen Outreach Program is designed to bring the community and police together in a learning environment. Citizens will have an internal look at the Bowling Green Police Division’s operation, training and be able to connect with division personnel.
The case against a Perrysburg woman charged with vehicular assault, and other related charges, is going to trial.
County has 1 more death, 226 more cases
PERRYSBURG — Downtown Perrysburg Inc. will hold a Fall Fest on Saturday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Third Street and Louisiana Avenue downtown.
ROSSFORD — Rossford’s Stroll the Street will go out on a polka note for its final day, Wednesday, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. This will mark the culmination of the 16-week summer event in downtown in 2021.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the family of an Otsego High School student who was killed in a Saturday crash after homecoming.
There have been 15,993 coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Monday health department update.
Bowling Green State University is teaming up with community partners to help fifth graders from Bowling Green City Schools study and preserve natural habitats with the first-ever BioBlitz BG from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Wednesday at Wintergarden Park.
Maggots were found inside a food dispenser at a Rossford retailer during a recent health inspection.
Otsego student killed in crash
HASKINS — An Otsego High School student was killed in a Saturday night crash in the 1500 block of King Road in Middleton Township.
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 Bowling Green man has been indicted for intimidating a witness.
A drive south for pizza lovers nowadays means a stop in Greenville, South Carolina.
Applebutter Fest prep continues today
A Bowling Green man indicted for rape will have to post bond before being released from jail.
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.
County has 2 more deaths, 254 new COVID cases
PERRYSBURG — Dozens of all-electric and hybrid vehicles will be on display Saturday at Levis Commons.
A Bowling Green man has been cited for discharging a weapon within city limits.
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.
There have been 15,767 coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Thursday health department update.
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.
A police pursuit of a motorcyclist in Bowling Green remains under investigation.
The parklet project in downtown Bowling Green got a big boost on Thursday.
A Massillon man charged with kidnapping a Perrysburg Township teen is competent to stand trial.
A Toledo man has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity after being charged with murder.
A Hamler man has been cited for assault after an incident in the city on Saturday.
Rally by the Rails postponed
A Bowling Green man has been cited for public indecency after he was allegedly spotted nude in his doorway.
Bowling Green State University is reporting 55 positive coronavirus cases, including 41 confirmed and 14 suspected.
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.
Better BG is back at its first location, with better-than-ever plans.
BGSU vaccine mandate protest rescheduled
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.
The Parklet Project and the Downtown BG Foundation are inviting the community to attend a gathering on Thursday at 10 a.m. The event is being held to thank supporters and volunteers and accept a grant that will fund future efforts in and around downtown Bowling Green.
Bowling Green State University is offering eligible Wood County residents the chance to take part in a free, virtual diabetes prevention program beginning in October.
As Northwest Ohio readies for 2-4 inches of rain over the next two days, a flood watch remains in effect through Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service.