Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit cited six establishments, including one in Toledo, Thursday after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
WHITEHOUSE — A police officer suffered minor injuries Friday when a vehicle struck him as he was conducting a traffic stop.
LIME CITY — Falling tree limbs from wind damage to the aging trees in the Wexford neighborhood of Perrysburg Township will decrease with the new plan to remove all 70 of the pear trees that were planted during original construction of the development.
County coronavirus cases at 1,846
LUCKEY – The “Flock the Block, Food Trucks and More” weekly events are not just about giving residents a chance to enjoy seeing friends, shopping for unique items and finding great food options.
In this spring’s primary, Kroger stepped up to provide absentee ballot request forms at their stores. This fall, they are encouraging more Ohioans to make sure their voice is heard.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Wood County started the week with 1,727 coronavirus cases and is ending it with 1,846.
A Wayne man charged with child endangerment after his son ingested pills has pleaded guilty.
County tops 1,800 cases
The two Virginia residents arrested Monday and charged with making terrorist threats remain in jail.
Concerns about traffic on Gypsy Lane Road and the coronavirus pandemic were discussed at the Bowling Green Council meeting on Monday.
Everyone is invited to the Wood County District Public Library’s Virtual Writing Happy Hour.
One more death, 100 active cases in BG
COLUMBUS — State Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, announced that the Ohio Senate unanimously passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 16 which opposes efforts to defund law enforcement agencies, while also calling for justice for victims of excessive force.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, voted Wednesday to support House Bill 614, which appropriates $650 million in CARES Act funding to counties, municipalities and townships to help them with the coronavirus response.
The 41st Annual Bowling Green New Music Festival will take place online Oct. 15-18.
There were 116 student positive coronavirus cases this week — almost double the number from last period — at Bowling Green State University.
Wood County has had 1,750 coronavirus cases, including confirmed and probable, according to a Wednesday health department update. This is an increase of 14 since Tuesday.
PERRYSBURG — Halloween and trick or treating will go on as scheduled in the city on Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m.
The Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward C. Byers, Jr. Medal of Honor Recipient Highway will be dedicated during a ceremony Thursday at Otsego Park in Bowling Green.
Wood County records 9 more coronavirus cases
A Toledo man has been indicted for additional charges while awaiting sentencing for a previous offense.
PERRYSBURG — Way Public Library and the League of Women Voters of the Perrysburg Area welcome Reem Subei on Tuesday at 7 p.m. for an overview of current immigration policy. The presentation will be via Zoom.
FREMONT – Terra State Community College will be hosting a career fair on Wednesday in the Student Activities Center on Terra State’s campus. The event is open to the public.
Three people have been indicted for aggravated trafficking in drugs after Oxycodone was found during a traffic stop.
The Bowling Green Bobcat Band is planning its second outdoor concert on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Bobcat Football Stadium.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Economic Development Administration has awarded a $150,000 joint grant to Bowling Green State University and Ohio University.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month this October, the Cocoon will be displaying the Wood County Clothesline Project at various sites around the community. Displays will be available for viewing outdoors to keep in compliance with social distancing.
The Bowling Green Police Division is joining forces with first responder agencies in the U.S. and Canada for Operation Clear Track — the single largest rail-safety initiative in North America.
The Water Distribution Division will begin the process of flushing and testing fire hydrants on Wednesday.
1 more death in Wood County; 79 more cases
Bowling Green police responded to several loud parties over the weekend, and issued citations.
ROSSFORD – Superintendent Dan Creps shared some positive news with the board of education about how the district is dealing with coronavirus.
Wood County has had 1,727 coronavirus cases, including confirmed and probable, according to a Monday health department update. This is an increase of 79 since Friday.
MILLBURY — The Lake Local Schools buildings were locked down today after a suspicious incident on the CSX tracks near campus.
A man who entered a home with a handgun was arrested Saturday.
A man was ejected and three children were injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Ohio State University will receive $74,600 in funding from the Great Lakes Sediment and Nutrient Reduction Program.
Food Truck Fundraiser raises money for monument
TOLEDO – ProMedica has announced that it enrolled the first two patients in the United States in a global clinical trial to evaluate an oral medication for treatment of patients with coronavirus.
Polls are open on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. On Election Day a voter must vote at his/her designated polling location. The Board of Elections has made many changes in polling locations throughout the county this year and all voters affected by the changes have be…
The Wood County Committee on Aging Inc. is offering various educational and enrichment opportunities through their new LivelyU Virtual Learning Academy.
PERRYSBURG – The Northwest Ohio Gold Star Family Memorial Monument invites the community to a “take it to go” Food Truck Fundraiser. The event will take place at Signature Harley-Davidson on Saturday from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
The City of Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Board’s September meeting will be held via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
PERRYSBURG — Way Public Library continues its Library Card Signup Month celebration with Hobbit Day on Tuesday. Drawing on a Middle Earth theme, the library encourages everyone to sign up for the “One Card to Read Them All.”
COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reminding motorists of ways to keep their children safe on our roadways. Child Passenger Safety Week runs Sept. 20-26. The week is designated to make sure your child is in the correct car seat, that it’s properly installed and used, and that it’s r…
1 more death in Wood County; 9 this week
PERRYSBURG — Two programs from Way Public Library highlight the beauty of the water around us.
The polling location at the Weston Emergency Services Building is being moved to the Sonlight Church & Community Center, 19920 Sand Ridge Road, Weston, the Wood County Board of Elections announced Friday.
During “A Day of Dialogue,” at a Friday virtual Bowling Green State University diversity event, keynote speaker McKinley Melton delivered a presentation addressing racial issues and the emergence of the modern recent struggles for equality.