Shaffer's: A Classic Dining Experience in Bryan, OhioJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
This restaurant in Pettisville, Ohio offers an all-you-can-eat buffet with prime ribIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
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Frankie's: A Cozy Culinary Haven in Bryan, OhioJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
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Defiance Compost Site to Close for the Season on December 9, 2023
COMPOST SITE LAST DAY BEFORE CLOSING FOR SEASON: December 9, 2023 at 2:30 pm. The City of Defiance Compost Site will close at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 9, 2023 for the season. HOURS: Tuesday and Thursday Noon to 6 pm Saturday 9 am to 2:30 pm Last day open for 2023 is Saturday, December 9, 2023 from 9 am to 2:30 pm. Then closed for the season. It will re-open in March 2024.Visit here for more details.
This restaurant in Pettisville, Ohio offers an all-you-can-eat buffet with prime rib
Every Saturday night, this restaurant in Pettisville offers an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet with prime rib. Are you a fan of prime rib? If you answered that question with an enthusiastic yes, you might want to check out the restaurant Das Essen Haus, which is located in Pettisville at 4986 Co Rd 19. According to the restaurant's social media account, each Saturday night from 4 PM to 7 PM, Das Essen Haus offers an all-you-can-eat evening buffet with prime rib.
Toledo woman found not guilty of three more charges in Fulton County
WAUSEON — A Toledo woman who already had been found not guilty of an attempted murder charge here in August following a jury trial was acquitted of three more charges during a recent trial to the court. Visiting Judge James Bates found Tami Gerity, 57, not guilty of insurance fraud, a fourth-degree felony; and two counts of aggravated arson, first- and second-degree felonies, following the trial in Fulton County Common Pleas Court. ...
Putnam County Common Pleas Court
In accordance with section of the Ohio Revised Code, the court orders that a supplemental compensation be paid to Kimberl A. Redman clerk of the court of appeals for Putnam County in the amount of $7,358.13 per annum effective Jan. 1, 2024. Nov. 16. Dion Duran, 35, Ottawa, pleaded guilty...
Three dead in Paulding fire
PAULDING, Ohio (WOWO) – Three people are dead after a blaze destroyed a mobile home in Paulding on Thanksgiving Day. The Paulding Progress reports that around 7:30 Thursday morning, Paulding County firefighters arrived to find a mobile home on Main St. fully engulfed in flames. The bodies of the...
Defiance County common pleas
Timothy Hohenberger, 52, Napoleon, appeared for sentencing on a charge of assault, a fourth-degree felony. He was given a nine-month prison term with credit for 42 days served in jail while his case was pending. Hohenberger caused, or attempted to cause, physical harm to a Defiance police officer during an incident on Perry Street on Aug. 15. During a physical confrontation, Hohenberger grabbed a police officer and eventually was subdued with a taser. Julian Cifuentes, 36, Fort Wayne, pleaded guilty to identity fraud, a fifth-degree...
Change is coming to the Progress
Change is coming to the Paulding Progress. There’s been a lot of small changes over the past six months, as I’ve tried to add value for our readers. We’ve added Sudoku and word search to the puzzle page, included a picture for kids to color, and added fun facts for kids and adults alike. There’s been experimentation with jokes, comics, recipes, and a visits through Progress history. I silently resolved to never let the paper slip below twelve pages. Of course, the Thanksgiving holiday kept news and events sparse this week, necessitating a need to renege on that silent promise. Rest assured, this is a temporary page count, just as in the fall, we occasionally got up to nearly twenty pages.
It’s Christmastime in Paulding
A small crowd gathered outside Herb Monroe Park in downtown Paulding for the annual Christmas parade and tree lighting, braving freezing temperatures. Kids gasped as Santa and Mrs. Claus emerged from the fire engine to walk towards the park where they sat down next to the outdoor fireplace. The Paulding High marching band entertained with a few numbers, their drum kits lit with festive lights. As the parade moved past, everyone got into the spirit and forgot about the cold.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in wauseon, OH
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to wauseon..
Property Transfers for week of 11/29/23
Lois A. Falk to Lois A. Falk. 77.4970 acres. Easement exempt. Joma Acres II LP to Joma Acres II LP. Sec. 29, 158.0000 acres. Easement exempt. Gerald R. Germann Trustee to Dorothy A. Germann Trustee to Gerald R. Germann Trustee to Dorothy A. Germann Trustee. Sec. 29, 41.2790 acres. Easement exempt.
Deshler robbery suspects among two indicted by Henry County grand jury
NAPOLEON — Two persons implicated in a robbery in Deshler last month are among those recently indicted by a Henry County grand jury. Heather Litteral, 46, Deshler; and Mark Junge, 55, Deshler, each are charged with aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony. They were arraigned Monday in Henry County Common Pleas Court and their cases were scheduled for pretrial hearings on Dec. 20. ...
Echoes of Ancient Brilliance: The Hopewell to Fort Ancient Cultural Transition
Nestled in the verdant environment near Antwerp, the Blue Creek Indian Mound stands as a striking relic of the Hopewell culture's brilliance in geometry, astronomy, and engineering. Among the myriad of Hopewell earthworks, this mound, constructed over 2000 years ago, remains a cultural beacon, reflecting a society in tune with the cosmos and religious fervor. The Hopewell's artful mounds, such as the Hopeton Earthworks and the Hopewell Mound Group, provide a window into an era that held a deep respect for the natural and celestial worlds. Despite the passage of centuries, the Blue Creek Indian Mound endures, inviting modern minds to unravel the mysteries of its ancient creators.
SUSPECT CAPTURED IN ANTWERP
The Antwerp Police apprehended the suspect who was on the run last night after being pulled over by the Sheriff for allegedly stealing a vehicle from Michigan. Law Enforcement captured the fugitive around 8:00 a.m. near the “S” curve and SR49 just south of the Antwerp Exchange Bank.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Grover HIll as of 2023-11-29. Find the available 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 Wednesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.281 , according to AAA.
A Putnam family has a new home for the holidays thanks to Habitat for Humanity
CONTINENTAL, OH (WLIO) - A Putnam County family is getting a new home for the holidays, thanks to a lot of volunteers and Habitat for Humanity. “It means a lot to me and my kids,” says Jamie Dudgeon, Homeowner. “It’s going to be a great home. It’s also going to teach me stuff and I just thank everyone that has helped tremendously. I just really appreciate it and it’s from the bottom of my heart. I just want to thank everybody.”
Man accused of killing subway employee over ‘too much mayo’ on sandwich is denied bond
Melvin Williams was arrested in the June 2022 shooting at a Subway shop located in a Circle K gas station in Atlanta.
AgCredit awards $120,000 in Mission Fund grants to 13 local organizations
FORT JENNINGS - AgCredit, one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders for farmers, rural homeowners and agribusiness, today announced that it is awarding $120,000 in Mission Fund grants to 13 community organizations in support of their efforts to improve the quality of life in communities primarily within the cooperative’s 18-county service territory. This include three Putnam County grants.
Local bikers donate food to charity
During the weekend just before Thanksgiving, on Saturday, November 18th, fifteen motorcycle clubs, including many bikers from Putnam County, gathered at VFW Post 5645 in Findlay for the 6th Annual Outlaws MC of Findlay Biker Community Food Drive to benefit The City Mission of Findlay. This year’s event to contribute to the mission, which shelters the homeless and feeds the hungry, ended up being a huge success with a total of 55,076 pounds of food collected.
Paulding Co. police arrests man involved in car theft
PAULDING COUNTY, Ohio (WPTA) - The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio arrested a man suspected of stealing a vehicle. The sheriff’s office shared an update that the man was arrested around 8 a.m. Monday. The office said on its Facebook page on Sunday that they were searching...
Man who sold meth in Fort Jennings accepts plea deal
OTTAWA — A Putnam County man who sold methamphetamine to an undercover law enforcement officer this summer accepted a plea offer from prosecutors on Monday. Gregory Preston, 32, formerly of Cincinnati, was indicted in August by a Putnam County grand jury on two counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, both felonies of the first degree. The indictment alleged that Preston on or about Aug. 4 sold meth to the undercover agent in an amount that exceeded 50 times the bulk amount.