Burgoon, OH

Crash shuts down I-75 for two hours

BATH TOWNSHIP – A two-vehicle crash on southbound Interstate 75 near Bluelick Road shut down the highway for two hours Thursday morning, and injured a Findlay driver. The Ohio State Highway Patrol Lima post is investigating the semi rollover crash that occurred at approximately 5:39 a.m. on Thursday. A...
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Perrysburg dog owner reports attempted pet-napping

PERRYSBURG, Ohio — Perrysburg police are investigating after receiving a report of a man who tried to nab dogs by grabbing the leash out of dog owners' hands. "We've only received the one report, but obviously according to Facebook, there's some other people that have made comments of having a similar incident out there," Perrysburg Police Chief Patrick Jones said.

'Yum for everyone:' Condado Tacos opens Perrysburg store

PERRYSBURG — Condado Tacos, the award-winning taco joint, specializing in tacos, margaritas and tequilas in a colorful and energetic atmosphere, will open its 35th location on Fremont Pike on July 7. The restaurant will be located at 10584 Fremont Pike and will mark the company’s second location in the...

Little mayflies quickly live large

Mayflies are probably the most misunderstood flying bug. If you’ve ever spent any time around Lake Erie, you know what I’m talking about. Yes, they can be annoying, but they serve a purpose. Really they do! I pity these little creatures who only live one or two days after hatching. So I try to never be the cause of one’s demise.

Look Good, Feel Good 2022

If you could do one thing to improve yourself, what would it be? One new healthy habit, a new way of looking at yourself, what? Toledo City Paper asked area experts for Just One Thing that readers can do to help themselves Look Good and Feel Good, as well as other recommendations they have. Here’s what they had to say.

Dine in the 419: Odd Fodder

PERRYSBURG, Ohio (WTVG) -Today we’re in Perrysburg at Odd Fodder. The guy who owns this launched Fowl & Fodder, but there’s an emphasis on fried chicken and over-the-top milkshakes. “If you’re going to do any kind of business, you’ve got to think bigger than where you’re at,” said...

61st Annual Pet Show

The City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the 61st Annual Pet Show at City Park on Wednesday, July 13th, at 7:00 pm. The rain date for this event will be Wednesday, July 20th at 7:00 pm. Participants can register that evening at 6:30 pm at the Needle Hall Stage. All pets must be registered by 7:00 pm. All legal pets are welcome. The categories are as follows.
Great Lakes Now

Around the Lakes: Trails to follow for the best view of birds

A lakeside view and twittering morning avian chorus make for a great combination, and all along the Great Lakes there are plenty of great locations to experience both those things. Installing a bird feeder is an easy way to enjoy birds right outside your door, but county parks and birding...

Ice cream!

June is dairy month, so it seems like an excellent reason to enjoy ice cream with a bit more regularity than usual. And, in 1984, President Ronald Reagan decided July should be National Ice Cream Month, with the third Sunday of the month being National Ice Cream Day. As such, it seems perfectly reasonable that June’s increased ice cream consumption should obviously be continued thorough next month as well.

Window on Wildlife

Weighing less than a penny, Ruby-throated Hummingbirds can be seen in the Rossford area–but birdwatchers will have to look quickly. “Their wings beat at 90 times a second, and an incredible 200 times per second during courtship,” Rossford resident Bill Heban said. “They are just a mosquito of a bird, with a long bill, short tail and a personality that defies their small size.” He took this…

Kindergarten class learns about plants

Before the end of the school year, Rossford kindergarten teacher Jen Yoder’s class enjoyed a unit where they learned the parts of plants and what is needed to grow. Students kept a writing journal where they had to write how the “Grasshead” changed each day, since their cups had faces on them, she explained. “When the ‘hair’ of the Grasshead grew too long, they had to give it a haircut,” she…

Fairway Cottages at CIC now taking site reservations

Enjoy a relaxing resort-type lifestyle in the heart of Lake Erie’s Vacationland at the Fairway Cottages of the Catawba Island Club. Surrounded by an Arthur Hills 18-hole championship golf course, from the comfort of your new home, you will enjoy magnificent sunsets, along with breathtaking golf course and pond views.