Family of hazing victim Stone Foltz to be awarded damages against former Bowling Green fraternity president
Watch a previous report of the Foltz family settling with Bowling Green in the video player above. COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – The former president of a fraternity where Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz died during a hazing incident will soon learn how much money he owes Foltz’ family in damages. Foltz’s parents are […]
Bowling Green Feb 28 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Bowling Green reported a total of 5 crime cases. The cases were categorized into three main types with 'Arrest' and 'Other' each accounting for 2 cases, and 'Vandalism' making up the remaining case. The 'Arrest' cases were reported on the 27th and 25th of February, both in the early hours of the morning. The 'Other' category cases, which included a scam attempt and an animal complaint, were reported on the 26th and 24th of February, respectively. The 'Vandalism' case was reported in the early hours of the 23rd of February. This data suggests a relatively low crime rate for the week in this place, but it is crucial for residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities promptly. The detailed crime data can be accessed via the local news link.
Fremont's Finest: A Trio of Sandwiches You Can't Miss
This article presents a delightful exploration of three must-try sandwiches in Fremont. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Fremont History Spotlight: 1912 flood
This view of the south side of West State Street, taken from near the corner of Front, shows floodwaters reaching all the way up to Arch Street. The ice floes that a man is standing on suggest this is the less-photographed 1912 flood, as the worse 1913 flood was in late March. Notice the horses and buggies hitched to the rails beyond Arch Street.
Acoustics for Autism returns to rock Maumee and help families
In 2008, the first Acoustics for Autism was held at the Village Idiot in Uptown Maumee, featuring one stage and 12 bands. When the 17th annual Acoustics for Autism takes place on Sunday, it will feature 95 bands and eight stages throughout uptown Maumee. The event has grown but the cause still remains the same — raising funds for the non-profit organization Project iAm, which provides scholarship funds for families with children affected by autism. At a press conference scheduled to announce the 2024 incarnation of the festival, Jim MacDonald, recently sworn in mayor of Maumee, stood on the stage of the Village Idiot where the inaugural Acoustics for Autism took place in 2008. “In 2008, when the very first Acoustics for Autism took place right on this very stage, one in 88 children were identified with autism spectrum disorder, according to the CDC,” said Mayor MacDonald.
Experience Maumee's Nightlife: 4 Pubs that Redefine Enjoyment
In this article, we will be exploring four outstanding pubs in Maumee. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If yes, we would love to hear your experiences and thoughts in the comments section below.
Sugarless candy store in Fremont offers sweet alternatives
FREMONT ― Sugarless, an alternative candy store that has been serving Fremont since 2006, opened a storefront in November at 120 N. Arch St. The store provides an option for those who cannot or do not want to consume sugar. Whether you are diabetic or simply prefer a natural way of life, Sugarless offers a variety of treats to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Arts Council grant will mean mural on Gibsonburg police department building
The Village of Gibsonburg has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Ohio Arts Council. Funds will be used toward the cost of the painting of a large Gibsonburg-themed mural on the side of the police department ― the side east of the railroad tracks on West Madison Street.
Volunteers needed to help habitat build two homes in Wood County
BOWLING GREEN — Habitat for Humanity of Wood County will hold a volunteer orientation at 3 p.m. March 21 at the habitat office, 326 Industrial Parkway, Suite 1. This meeting will highlight the volunteer opportunities available for the habitat build season which begins March 28. Habitat for Humanity will be building two homes and renovating two others for families in need of decent and affordable housing. To register, call volunteer coordinator Heather Henson at 419-481-8100. Pre-registration is not required to attend. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. Since its inception, Habitat for Humanity of Wood County has built 53 homes.
Terra State Community College receives second largest gift in its history
Terra State Community College has announced a $600,000 gift from Frederick W. Recktenwald in memory of his late wife, Elaine Denman Recktenwald, that will provide significant capital improvements and renovations to the activities center. It is the second-largest gift in Terra State’s 56-year history. This historic gift provides naming...
Police: Man charged with non-fatal north Baltimore shooting
Police on Wednesday announced the arrest of a 30-year-old man who they said was involved in a north Baltimore non-fatal shooting last year. Officers arrested 30-year-old Eric Nelson on Feb 22 in the shooting of a 54-year-old man. The victim was not identified by officials. Police said they responded to...
Sandusky County real estate transfers recorded Feb. 20-23
The Sandusky County Auditor's Office recorded the following property transfers between Feb. 20 and Feb. 23. 505 Kilbourne St., Jeremy W. Lohr, to Julie and Cory Jurrians, $165,000. 212 Smith Ave., Coralee S. Strow, to Phillip and Kellie Trout, $120,000. Clyde. 414 Ames St., Angela Braun, Pamela Aldrich and Lisa...
The gas price fluctuate between $3.07 and $3.25 in Fremont as of 2024-02-29. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.319, a week ago the price is $3.270 , according to AAA.
Alyssa McCurdy opens senior memory care respite services to ease caregiver burnout
Alyssa McCurdy fell in love with memory care and caring for the elderly when she worked at Brookdale Senior Living as she was going through nursing school. After working in other healthcare settings for many years, she is ready to return to the world of memory care as a respite service provider in Bowling Green. McCurdy Senior Respite Service, geared specifically for short-term respite for individuals experiencing various levels of memory loss, opens for business on March 1 in its freshly decorated and welcoming space at 110 ½ W. Poe Road.
Baseball Announces New Start Times for Friday & Saturday Games vs. Bowling Green
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee baseball announced new start times for its games this Friday and Saturday against Bowling Green. Due to expected inclement weather and cold temperatures, the Vols and Falcons will now play at 4:30 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. on Saturday. Sunday’s series finale is still...
Sawyer, the ‘sweetheart’ with people, back at dog shelter looking for new home
Meet Sawyer, a 3-year-old hound mix, who was just returned to the shelter when he was not getting along with the other dog in the home. He was becoming possessive of the owner with the other dog and the owner thought it was best to bring him back to find a home that better fits his needs.
Oak Harbor's Austin Sorg finishes season in fast lane, including crown
Austin Sorg made a name for himself at the state swim meet. Sorg broke his own program record to take a state championship in the 100 butterfly in Division II at 48.06 seconds. He's always had visions of seeing his name in lights in Canton. "It all started the first time I went to...
Franklin County judge upholds Ohio Medical Board's decision to revoke Maumee radiologist's license
A Franklin County judge upheld the Ohio Medical Board's decision to strip Wade Banker's license while he appeals and said he cannot continue practicing.
Couple convicted for roles in Maumee chase, assault after hit-skip crash
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A local couple was convicted Tuesday for their roles in an assault after a hit-skip crash in Maumee. The victim told investigators one suspect shot at him during a chase and another pistol-whipped him. Edward Garrett entered a no contest plea to Abduction, Robbery and Discharging...
TRAC list with Perrysburg interchange funds is confirmed
Ohio’s Transportation Review Advisory Council on Wednesday finalized an annual project funding list that includes $3 million for the redesign of an I-75 interchange in Perrysburg. Detailed design of a “diverging diamond” interchange at U.S. 20/23 is part of a $127.3 million plan for design or construction of 18 “major/new” projects in 13 counties. In northwest Ohio, also includes $1.4 million to design an interchange modification on U.S. 30 in Van Wert County. The Perrysburg interchange’s reconstruction is penciled in for late 2026, but a regional Ohio Department of Transportation spokesman said after the draft list’s January issuance that the start date will likely change. The project is estimated to cost about $20 million.