PERRYSBURG — A love of hometown and collecting the photos of its past has led to a new and unusual visual history book about the changes Perrysburg has undergone since its original 1816 boundaries.
PERRYSBURG — The first phase of a new municipal building project was approved by city council on Tuesday.
PERRYSBURG – In celebration of the upcoming holiday season, Mercy Health – Perrysburg Hospital is inviting the community to a holiday open house featuring Santa Claus, a Christmas tree and expanding health care services.
PERRYSBURG — The Perrysburg Police Division is participating in this year’s Toys For Tots donation drive for the second year in a row. Now through Dec. 15, residents can drop off new, unwrapped toys in the Toys For Tots box located inside the police division at 330 Walnut St.
PERRYSBURG — As three city parks are getting ready for new playground equipment, the possible donation of the old equipment is being investigated by the city council recreation committee.
PERRYSBURG – For the third year in a row, Cutting Edge Countertops has made a donation to Habitat for Humanity.
PERRYSBURG — The last commercial annexation from Perrysburg Heights is almost finished with its integration into the city.
PERRYSBURG — Waterhouse bath & kitchen studio in is bringing awareness to the global issue of safe sanitation by adding a fun twist to get the community involved.
OBETZ, Ohio — Perrysburg girls cross country was unable to defend its Division I state championship from last year, but a fourth-place finish is the second best in school history.
OBETZ, Ohio — Perrysburg sophomore Anthony Clark finished 38th in 16:18.8 and Bowling Green junior Aidan Novinsky was 68th out of 178 runners at the Division I state boys cross country meet Saturday.