During the Lenten season, which is March 6 through April 18, Perrysburg Christians United food pantry’s Feed the 5,000 program will collect canned meat to distribute to families in need.
Taking another step toward being named the City of Perrysburg’s next chief of police, six applicants chosen from a field of 15 participated in the Ohio Association of Chiefs of
It’s that time of year again, when parents are thinking that buying live animals for their children’s Easter baskets is a good idea. Kelly Meister-Yetter, event coordinator for the Healing
Perrysburg City Council voted last Tuesday evening to allow the 119-year-old house at 120 West Second Street to be demolished. This was a reversal for council, which in September, voted
At its February 19 meeting, the Perrysburg Schools Board of Education reviewed information on the district’s growth and financial situation during a presentation by Superintendent Tom Hosler. Salient points from