Construction on the new Perrysburg Boat Club building continues despite the constrictions posed by the pandemic.
Ohio Governor DeWine announced last week that the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy has clarified rules that allow pharmacists to order and administer tests for COVID-19.
Representatives of five downtown Perrysburg businesses holding liquor permits have submitted a proposal to the city to create a designated outdoor refreshment area (DORA) in the downtown area.
By Kate Oatis
Lilly Mihalik, 11, of Perrysburg, recently caught her first fish while at Side Cut Metropark with her friends Matti and Sam.
The Rossford High School Class of 2020 Commencement took place Saturday, May 30, with unique pomp and circumstance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As area businesses begin to reopen, TARTA will return its Call-a-Ride and express service Monday, June 8, but with new COVID-19 protocols for the safety of riders and drivers.
Rossford City Council has agreed to a short-term contract with Waste Management for residential garbage and recycling collection, granting three months for a more permanent decision on whether the
By Beth Church
“She loves me. She loves me not.”
American goldfinches are a common garden bird around Rossford and a yearround resident as well.
Unusual times call for unique measures, and Prom Advisors Katie Crago and Gina Ciminillo were up to the challenge, helping seniors quarantined by COVID-19 to celebrate Prom 2020.
Summer is nearly here with temperatures already soaring toward the 90-degree mark and with the onset of warmer weather comes the prospect of more outdoor activities.
By Jane Maiolo
The Village of Holland has scheduled unlimited curbside collection with Republic Services for Saturday, June 6. Items set at the curbside by 7 a.m. will be picked up.
Remaining at home due to the stay-at-home orders, area residents are finding different forms of recreation-one of which prompted a Springfield Township couple to address the trustees.
A new program aims to help Toledo residents having trouble paying rent due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Toledo Metroparks is a finalist for the 2020 National Gold Medal Awards for excellence in park and recreation management.
Summer is nearly here with temperatures already soaring toward the 90-degree mark, and with the onset of warmer weather comes the prospect of more outdoor activities.
By Jane Maiolo
Like the flip of a switch, northwest Ohio went from unusually cool late spring temperatures to mid-summer heat with temperatures surging into the 90s this past week.
Charles “Bill” Geitgey passed away on May 21, 2020, at the age of 74 years old. He was born in Greencastle, Indiana, on June 27, 1945, the son of the late Harold Geitgey and June Walker.
Norman Mark Gray, 76, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away at his home, with his loving wife, Jackie, and son, John, by his side. He was born on June 3, 1943, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Gwen S.
John A. Vasko, age 48, of Perrysburg, entered into rest Thursday, May 14, 2020. He was born on August 20, 1971, in Toledo, Ohio. John lived in Toledo and its suburbs his entire life.
Paul Joseph Laubenthal, age 76 of Rossford, Ohio, passed away on Sunday, May 31, 2020, at Heartland of Perrysburg.
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