From its opening date in 1926 the Cla-Zel Theater was in continuous operation as a single screen movie house, the oldest in Ohio, until 2004. This iconic building of the 20th century in Bowling Green still features the original marquee and has provided an entertainment venue for nearly 100 years at 129 N. Main St.
Thursday is projected to be the hottest day (so far) this year. It’s projected that some of Bowling Green’s highest electric usage for 2023 will occur on this day. Bowling Green is calling for Community Energy Savings Days and electric customers are being asked to conserve power.
Reverend Peyton, Charles Wesley Godwin, the Suffers, and the Commonheart headline 2023 Black Swamp...
The Black Swamp Arts Festival has announced its 2022 Main Stage Performing Arts lineup. This year’s lineup showcases national, international, regional and local musical talent at the annual free festival downtown Sept. 9-11.
By Peter Kuebeck
The Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Foundation will hold its annual fundraiser next month. The Party for the Parks, formerly the Wine and Cheese Social and Auction, will be held on Sept. 22 from 5-8 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building in City Park.
The National Tractor Pulling Championships had 235 entrants and 60,000 fans packing the Wood County Fairgrounds Thursday-Saturday.
Beginning Monday, westbound traffic will be restricted on East Wooster Street between Dunbridge and Carter roads due to a road widening project that will create a turn lane into the new Fed Ex entrance.
An OVI checkpoint will be held in Bowling Green tonight, on Wooster Street near South College Drive.
A Bowling Green man who is in prison for endangering children has been indicted for murder after the victim died.
Due to an insufficient number of staff available this Saturday, the Bowling Green City Pool will be closed.