The pandemic has kept Journal readers close to home, but some are getting out and about while taking precautions.
The Perrysburg Board of Education met October 19 and heard a presentation about the permanent renewal levy from Superintendent Tom Hosler.
Along with a contentious Presidential election, Perrysburg area voters will have a full slate of issues and candidates to decide upon when they head to the polls Tuesday, November 3.
The eighth-grade literature enrichment class at St. Rose Catholic School has been studying a short story about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad.
Along with a contentious Presidential election, Rossford area voters will have a full slate of issues and candidates to decide upon when they head to the polls Tuesday, November 3.
There is no shortage of Halloween decor around town ready to delight—or scare—Trick-or-Treaters this Saturday, October 31. Rossford will hold afternoon Trick-or-Treating from 1 to 3 p.m.
With the opening of the new Amazon fulfillment center in Rossford next week, TARTA is connecting its transit services to the Crossroads site.
A third company is poised to join the Harmon Business Park in the Crossroads.
By Beth Church
Along with a contentious Presidential election, Holland-Springfield voters will have a full slate of issues and local candidates to decide upon when they head to the polls Tuesday, November 3.
Previous rentals of the Lodge at Strawberry Acres and Holland Community Building will be honored, but no reservations are being accepted for the future.
COVID-19 continues to change the way schools operate, and the latest impact is on Springfield Schools’ annual contract with the Lucas County sheriff’s office.
A problem with noise at a neighbor’s house drew two South Crissey Road residents to the October 19 Springfield Township trustees meeting.
By Jane Maiolo
Volunteers from the Point and Shoreland Beautification Committee recently cleaned out all the plants and harvested the canna bulbs from the 36 pots along Summit Street, and completed additional wor
Along with a contentious Presidential election, Point Place and Shoreland voters will have a full slate of issues and local candidates to decide upon when they head to the polls Tuesday, November 3
Local businesses, groups and community members got into the spooky spirit to safely hand out treats at the annual Trunk or Treat on October 24.
The group responsible for cleaning up the streets and sidewalks around the Point Place-Shoreland area were recently recognized for their efforts.
Mary Margaret DeCessna, a devoted, loving and giving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away at age of 89, on October 19, 2020, in Venice, Florida.
Richard “Rick” R. Meyers, age 76, of Bluffton, South Carolina, passed away Tuesday, October 6, 2020, peacefully at home.
William M. Ault of Perrysburg passed away peacefully in the care of Hospice of Northwest Ohio on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. He was the son of Harry T. and Garnet E.
Cynthia S. (McKay) Meloy, 83, of Perrysburg, passed away Thursday, October 15, 2020, at St. Lukes Hospital.
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