A Bowling Green man has been arrested for drug trafficking and possessing a firearm.
There have been 4,421 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Monday health department update.
FOSTORIA — A CSX employee was fatally injured while working Sunday at the rail yard here, according to a CSX statement.
Area historical society gets CARES money
Cars sit under a fireworks display held in honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 7 at Trail Marker Park in Woodville. The Veterans Day fireworks display replaced the annual July celebration. Next year’s celebration is set for July 1-3.
The Wood County Health Inspections visited a number of eateries earlier this month.
The third of four Toledo residents accused of breaking into numerous vehicles last year has been sentenced.
LIME CITY — Plans for rebuilding the Perrysburg location of Ralphie’s Sports Eatery are one step closer toward construction with a pair of zoning approvals.
TOLEDO – A survey by AAA indicates that a large majority of Ohio residents will not be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, and 40% of those staying home say it is because of COVID-19 concerns.
ROSSFORD — A presentation on an update to the delayed 2018 Rossford Master Plan was repeatedly derailed because of technical difficulties at a recent council meeting.
PERRYSBURG — Three pieces of legislation that came out of council’s public utilities committee have been passed by council, including a $1.5 million dewatering facility improvement for the wastewater treatment plant.
TONTOGANY – An Otsego High School veteran teacher has been named best in the state.
Wood County tops 4,000 cases, has one more death
A Bowling Green man has been sentenced after being charged for spitting on two Bowling Green police officers.
On warm summer days, students will spread out a picnic lunch on the grass. In the fall, cross country runners burn a trail around the perimeter. And in the winter, its hills — really the only ones in Bowling Green — are filled with red-cheeked sledders.
Enjoy a short interpretive hike about the wild turkey at Wintergarden/St. John's Nature Preserve, 615 S. Wintergarden Road.
PEMBERVILLE — There will be one opening on the Pemberville Public Library Board of Trustees to serve a term starting Jan. 1.
In 1881, Carl Bach brutally murdered his wife Mary and then turned himself in to Wood County law enforcement the following morning.
Bowling Green State University has received a $1 million gift from the Owens Corning Foundation to create scholarships for underrepresented students in the School of the Built Environment within BGSU’s College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering.
Wood County has 3,995 cases, one more death
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican Gov. Mike DeWine — after promising a veto — failed to convince lawmakers Thursday not to pass legislation that would limit the powers of his administration and health officials as the virus' spread across Ohio reached new peaks.
There have been 3,995 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases, according to a Thursday health department update.
Wood County does not have an official stay-at-home advisory because of the coronavirus, like many large cities and counties in Ohio.
Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher and members of council on Monday praised the quick response of city workers in the wake of this weekend’s wind storm which left some without power for hours.
A Perrysburg man who was involved in a downtown brawl last fall was back in court after being charged with theft.
The couple initially charged in Lake Township with terrorism will remain in jail until bond is posted.
(This has been corrected to show the accurate case numbers at Waterford.)
As Bowling Green State University students prepare to leave campus next week and not return for two months, coronavirus cases have increased.
The Bowling Green State University Department of Athletics has announced that capacity for indoor athletics events, including hockey and basketball, will be set to 300 individuals due to state coronavirus orders in Ohio, as well as in accordance with Mid-American Conference regulations.
SWANTON — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine did another “airport chat” with the media, impressing the dire coronavirus situation across the state.
The Wood County District Public Library Trustees gave the green light to staying open during the state’s “red” designation, due to coronavirus.
This year’s annual Thanksgiving Feast at the Bowling Green Community Center will still be served by Christ’s Church.
Nov. 3 election results were certified by the Wood County Board of Elections, showing a 73.05% turnout and no election fraud, according to officials.
PERRYSBURG — Due to pandemic-related staffing shortages and a high number of students on quarantine, two Perrysburg schools are going virtual immediately.
Wood County has 115 more cases
There have been 3,860 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases, according to a Tuesday health department update.
On Tuesday night, the outcome was the same as Bowling Green’s first two Mid-American Conference football games this season.
Bowling Green City Schools will start offering tutoring to elementary students this month.
During a recent Not in Our Town meeting, Officer Adam Skaff (Bowling Green Police Division community liaison) shared an experience that exemplifies the impact words can have in, and on, our community.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday announced a three-week retail curfew running from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. to slow the spread of the coronavirus as cases stay at near-record high levels.
Two pedestrians were taken to the hospital Saturday with suspected serious injuries after being struck by a car in Bowling Green.
Wood County has 184 cases over weekend
The Northwestern Water and Sewer District is reminding those preparing meals this holiday to be aware of what goes down your drain. Fats, oils, and grease can solidify and cause blockages in your pipes that can lead to backups, can clog your plumbing, damage wastewater treatment systems, and…
PERRYSBURG — With Thanksgiving holiday travel looming and surging cases of coronavirus, the school district will shift to more than a week of remote classes for all students.
One vision for a library expansion is combining forces with the City of Bowling Green to construct one main focal point downtown.
With the coronavirus pandemic worsening throughout Ohio and the United States, Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher is urging residents to continue their diligence in the face of the crisis.
BG VOICE, a group for those that want families in Bowling Green to have a choice to attend school in person, held its second rally Monday.
Downtown Bowling Green is decorated and ready to kick off the holiday season on Friday with a Virtual community tree lighting ceremony.
There have been 3,745 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases, according to a Monday health department update.
The Wood County Health Department has created resources to help people evaluate their holiday plans and celebrate safely.
Power was expected to be restored around Wood County by the end of the day on Monday after winds toppled trees and took wires down on Sunday.