The Perrysburg Board of Education has declared it necessary to levy an additional tax in excess of the 10-mill limitation.
The official pathways to graduation for Ohio high school students include a variety of ways to earn the required credits.
At the June 25 meeting, the city of Perrysburg’s planning and zoning commission approved plans to update the existing structure at 135 West Third Street for use as a market.
Way Public Library hosted a discussion June 18 of the book So You Want to Talk About Race. Approximately 35 people attended, from Perrysburg and beyond.
Where’s Waldo? In Perrysburg, of course.