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A new restaurant has opened in North Baltimore, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
This organization in Northwood, Ohio is currently offering all-you-can-eat fish fry on FridaysIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Two Women Hospitalized After Stabbing in North BaltimoreRadiantWriterNewsBreak Contributor
State Highway Patrol Investigating Hit and Run in Wyandot CountyNewsForceRadioNewsBreak Contributor
This restaurant in Ottawa, Ohio is offering an all-you-can-eat buffet on February 18Isla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in North Baltimore, Ohio
A new restaurant has opened its doors in North Baltimore. Are you in the mood for some pizza? If the answer is yes, you might want to check out the new restaurant Whistle Stop Pizza Pub & Grill, which opened for business in January, per the restaurant's social media account. Customers can find the new eatery in North Baltimore at 100 N Main St.
12-year-old battling 'life-threatening-injuries' following fiery crash on I-75
FINDLAY, Ohio — The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a second crash on I-75 near Union Township on Saturday that left northbound I-75 restricted to one lane for much of the morning. An initial 'non-injury' accident on I-75 southbound at 6:02 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. A D&D...
Police: Double shooting in north Baltimore leaves 2 men with critical injuries
Police are investigating after a double shooting Friday night in north Baltimore left two men with critical injuries. Officers said they responded around 8:25 p.m. Friday to the 500 block of 29th Street for a reported shooting. Upon arrival, police said they found a 24-year-old man with a gunshot wound...
BG Police respond to report of suspicious person crawling outside apartment window
Bowling Green Police responded to an apartment in the 900 block of South Main Street, Thursday around 11:30 p.m., after it was reported that a suspicious person was crawling around outside an apartment window. Police talked with a neighbor, who said he had seen the man wearing a black hoodie...
Savor the Flavor: Top 4 Must-Try Mexican Restaurants in Napoleon
In this article, we'll be exploring four exceptional Mexican restaurants in Napoleon. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
BG man charged with alleged domestic violence, aggravated menacing and firing gun in city limits
A Bowling Green man was charged Thursday for domestic violence, aggravated menacing, disrupting public services and discharging a weapon in city limits. Alex Kuhman, 31, turned himself in at the police station and was taken to Wood County Jail. Bowling Green Police Division received a call shortly after 8 a.m....
Park District needs help to ‘free the trees’ in Carter Farm wetlands project
Free the trees from the tree tubes in the restored wetland at Carter Historic Farm. The tubes protected 5,000 small trees when they were first planted and now need to be removed to allow the trees to flourish. The trees were planted into 18-acres of restored wetland on the Carter Historic Farm property with funding through a grant with the Black Swamp Conservancy.
Sunday Chat with Findlay native and South Carolina men's basketball coach
Most people around these parts know Lamont Paris. The Findlay native was a standout high school basketball player for the Trojans, engineering an upset of heavily favored Lexington in the 1992 OHSAA state tournament that he still recalls today. Paris also thinks about the game against Greg Simpson and Lima Senior at Anderson Arena that ended his career. The rest of the nation is learning about Paris this season, as the second-year South Carolina coach has sparked a turnaround at the moribund program. In his first season, the Gamecocks lost 21 games. They’ve already won 21 games in 2023-24, earning the 49-year-old Paris praise from all corners of the country while becoming a national coach of the year candidate.
Findlay giving away free trees to residents
FINDLAY, Ohio (WTVG) - Free trees are up for grabs in the City of Findlay. Residents can request a tree from the city that will be planted by Public Works Department employees during the spring and fall. The city is waiving the normal $25 fee for the 2024 calendar year...
Ohio National Guard members activated for deployment
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Members of the Ohio National Guard have been activated. A release says around 150 members of the Ohio Army National Guard’s 1483rd Transportation Company have deployed to support the U.S. Central Command. The members will be supporting Operations Inherent Resolve and Spartan Shield through means of life sustainment, port security, theater […]
Suspect indicted in Wood County on multiple felony charges in alleged kidnapping, trafficking of woman
Langston Campbell was indicted on two counts of first-degree kidnapping with repeat violent offender specifications, tampering with evidence and other charges.
Black Swamp Players staging ‘War Paint,’ musical about cosmetic industry rivals
The Black Swamp Players will present “War Paint,” a mesmerizing musical that tells the story of legendary 20th-century businesswomen Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein. The show with music by Scott Frankel, lyrics by Michael Korie, and book by Doug Wright, will be performed in the Black Swamp Players theater, 115 E Oak St. in downtown Bowling Green.
In the works at BGSU: Kohl Hall project expanded; Technology Engineering Innovation Center plan moves forward
BGSU’s Master Plan 2.0 is still being formulated, but that doesn’t mean there’s not work to do now. The University’s Board of Trustees Friday acted to move two construction projects forward. They approved spending:. $1.3 million for design services for a renovation of Kohl Hall. $1.7...
Diesel fuel leak in Portage River contained
The Ohio EPA said a citizen reported seeing and smelling the fuel in Wood County Tuesday.
1 killed, 1 hurt in Henry County crash
The crash happened Tuesday morning in Liberty Township at the intersection of County Road 13 and County Road S.
‘Rock the Block’ to enlist volunteers to help 15 homeowners spruce up yards, make minor repairs
Bowling Green residents and BGSU students are joining forces to “Rock the Block” on April 6. The one-day cleanup event is being organized by BG Save Our Neighborhoods Group, to help homeowners with yard work, exterior maintenance and minor repairs – at no cost to the participating homeowners.
Jim Matuszak has improved the efficiency of the County Recorder’s office
Supporting Jim Matuszak in the Republican primary is an extremely easy choice. First, and foremost, Mr. Matuszak brings with him not only the experience within the office, but years of life experience, both as a business owner, and a certified public accountant. Additionally, and most importantly, are the significant improvements...
The gas price fluctuate between $3.08 and $3.33 in Bowling Green as of 2024-02-24. 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 Saturday is $3.264, a week ago the price is $3.282 , according to AAA.
Bowling Green scores 2 early goals, holds off Findlay to win regional semifinal
Both Findlay and Bowling Green came into an eagerly anticipated regional semifinal playing their best hockey and peaking at the perfect time. In front of a pumped-up, standing-room-only crowd of 1,400 at Tam-O-Shanter, the Bobcats scored two unanswered first-period goals before adding a critical goal in the waning moments of the second period. Bowling Green advanced to the regional final for the first time since 2017 with a tight 4-3 win over a gritty Findlay group. No. 7 ranked Bowling Green (27-8-2) advances to play No. 4 ranked St. Francis de Sales (22-13-1) in the regional final on Friday. “We knew it was going to be a good atmosphere and a very hard-fought game,” BG coach Connor Rogowski said. “We knew we were going to have to come out and get one early, which we were able to do. It was everything that we thought it was going to be — a back-and-forth game the entire time.”
Meet 'Unnatural Ohio' authors at Wood County Museum
BOWLING GREEN — The Wood County Museum, 13660 County Home Rd., will hold a meet-and-greet and book signing event with Kristina Smith and Kevin Moore, authors of Unnatural Ohio at 6 p.m. March 14. Admission is $7 per person, or free for museum members. The price includes the meet-and-greet, with light refreshments available and tours of the museum. Unnatural Ohio features tales about creatures, ghosts, and other unexplained phenomena. Some of the stories: A monster that appeared to be half man and half dog terrorized a small northwest Ohio town during the summer of 1972, and visitors to a quiet Cincinnati suburb claim to have been accosted by a frogman lurking near the riverbank. There will be a short presentation by the authors, followed by a book signing. The books will be for sale.