Mark and Kari Everly believe the city of Perrysburg’s division of planning and zoning office is targeting them. They shared their concerns at the July 9 city council meeting. They
Beautiful summer weather drew thousands of area residents to the 146th annual Wood County Fair last week. The midway bustled with people of all ages waiting in lines to ride
Perrysburg city council had a busy night July 30. They approved measures, discussed challenges and engaged attendees during an at least 30-minute kerfuffle over meeting minutes and the placement of
A caravan of motorcycles, a torch and an RV stop in Perrysburg on way to Arlington National Cemetery
They arrived at the home on Coe Court last Wednesday, some on motorcycles, a few in an RV pulling a small trailer carrying a flame protected by plexiglas.
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