A man was taken by air ambulance to a Toledo hospital Saturday after crashing his motorcycle.
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.
Community wastewater monitoring data from the Perrysburg wastewater treatment plant recently showed increased indicators for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The wastewater treatment plant serves all of the city of Perrysburg as well as parts of Perrysburg and Middleton townships.
ROSSFORD — A missing man, who is autistic, was found safe in the city, about seven hours after he was reported missing.
Bowling Green State University has been ranked fifth in the nation — and No. 1 in the Midwest — for veterans and active military students by the Military Times in its Best for Vets: Colleges 2021 rankings.
BG man cited after drive-thru confrontation
A Bowling Green man has been cited for menacing after he allegedly made threatening comments in a fast-food drive-thru.
On Monday, the Wood County Senior Center was overflowing with seniors — dining on cubed steak, talking about the day’s events and touring the new building.
The city's first parklets will be installed by Kabob It, Juniper Brewing Company and Grounds for Thought in downtown Bowling Green on Friday.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Bowling Green State University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The Black Swamp Players have a new home and are planning a new season of performances.
WALBRIDGE — A historical building in horrible condition has been purchased by the village and will be razed for additional parking.
Rashard Thomas dances with Lauryn Boudreaux while Faith Pendleton joins in during a Juneteenth celebration on the Wooster Green in Bowling Green Saturday evening. BRAVE – Black, Rights, Activism, Visibility, Equity — sponsored music, food and Black culture. There was a performance by Grammy-…
County averaging 1.2 COVID cases a day
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.
There have been 13,290 coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Monday health department update.
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.
PERRYSBURG — Clerk of Council Dave Creps read the roll call on a motion to adjourn, for the last time in his 33-year career. Creps is retiring from the city, as both clerk and finance director.
A Bowling Green woman allegedly wielding a knife was arrested Sunday and charged with aggravated menacing.
A Wood County grand jury has indicted two area men for violent behavior.
A Bowling Green eatery has been told to get rid of its non-commercial-grade equipment during every health inspection going back to August 2018.
The Wood County Jail has received a 2021 Clean Plate Award by the Wood County Health Department. The award is given to fully licensed kitchen facilities who have been dedicated to excellent sanitation and food safety knowledge. This award specifically mentions the outstanding operation perfo…
Bowling Green to recognize pride month
Congressman Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, was named a “Taxpayer Super Hero” by the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste for his votes to cut wasteful government spending in 2020.
For the past several months, Bowling Green has been partnering with CivicPlus and the Bowling Green Economic Development Office to redesign the city’s website to better serve and promote the community. The refreshed site, which will be available at www.bgohio.org, will go live on Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, Republican leader of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, reintroduced the Safely Ensuring Lives Future Deployment and Research in Vehicle Evolution (SELF DRIVE) Act.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Across Ohio, distracted driving continues to threaten the safety and security of citizens every day. In an effort to curb these violations, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio State Highway Patrol have released a new dashboard devoted to distracted driving enforcement and education.
During Monday's Bowling Green Council meeting, Mayor Mike Aspacher will issue a proclamation declaring June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month.
PEMBERVILLE — The village will host its first Party in the Park on Independence Day at Memorial Park from 1-5 p.m.
A number of ideas have been implemented to bring more business to downtown Bowling Green as it recovers from the coronavirus shutdown.
PEMBERVILLE — The Pemberville Public Library is offering people the chance to explore the beauty of home gardens.
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.
BGSU closed Monday for Juneteenth holiday
Two men have been indicted for sex-related offenses.
The northbound Interstate 75 collector road, including the ramp from Ohio 795 and to Interstate 80, will be closed for pavement repair on Monday and Tuesday, daily 8 a.m.-3 p.m., according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.
The new Wood County Senior Center got a grand, official welcome into the Bowling Green community on Friday.
A Grand Rapids woman has been cited after striking a Bowling Green building with her vehicle.
Bowling Green Parks and Recreation will be hosting the return of the 2021 Concerts in the Park series on Sunday.
Bowling Green State University will be closed on Monday to celebrate the new federal holiday, Juneteenth.
A man accused of killing his son in 1994 will remain in a mental health facility.
One more coronavirus death in county
A Lake Township police officer is one of the March 2021 Officers of the Month for the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum.
The Wood Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting casual monthly From the Farm meetings for producers to discuss current agricultural concerns, farm operations, crop production and current programs.
There have been 13,284 coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Thursday health department update.