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TOLEDO – The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund will be hosting a Virtual K-8 School Choice Fair to help families in the region learn about their school options.

Public health workers and law enforcement in Wood County are cautioning people to avoid potential fraud related to the coronavirus.

There have been 10,298 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases in Wood County, according to a Friday health department update.

At the 2021 General Assembly of members of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, Ottawa County Commissioner Mark Stahl was elected to serve a second term as chair and Mike Aspacher, mayor of Bowling Green, was elected to his first term as vice chair.

Brian Sell and his wife, Deb, right, take part in a drumming class at the Woodland Mall Wednesday evening. The Community Drum Circle happens every Wednesday in the courtyard of the mall from 7-8 p.m. No experience is necessary, drums are available during the event. For more information call …

Ahmad Sukkar, left, a pharmacist with CVS Health, administers the first round of the coronavirus vaccine to Bill Oliver, 88, in Perrysburg Friday afternoon. Waterford at Levis Commons, a senior living facility, had 98 residents receive the Pfizer vaccine; 60% of the staff was also vaccinated…

A major investment will be made in Bowling Green city facilities in 2021, starting with a new administration building.

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A man who charged out of his house and shot and killed an Ohio police officer after a two-hour standoff had repeatedly made incoherent statements to negotiators and vowed he wouldn't be taken alive, the police chief said Wednesday.

Despite razor-wire fences and people wearing masks around the Capitol, it was the peaceful transfer of power that stood out for U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, as he attended Wednesday’s inauguration of President Joe Biden.

With the first full week of spring semester in the books, Bowling Green State University is reporting a drop in coronavirus cases.

PERRYSBURG — The battle for the vacant council seat previously held by Jim Matuszak will be fought by 16 candidates, including one previous council member.