Seneca County Sheriff's Office Seeks Local Help in Identifying Larceny Suspect in Junius
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help to identify a person involved in a larceny case in the Town of Junius. The individual's picture has been released. If you have information, contact Deputy Pollotta by email or phone. The Sheriff's Office assures confidentiality.Visit here for more details.
Panthers Boys End Regular Season With Loss To Powerful Fostoria
BY JEREMY SCHNEIDER | MIRROR SPORTS — Plenty of times this season, the Maumee boys basketball team has started games strong, and it was no different against powerful Fostoria last week. As often happens to the Panthers, though, the opponent makes adjustments, Maumee struggles to meet those changes and...
Bowling Green, OH Residents: Your Future Puppies Best Friend Awaits!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near bowling green.
BG vets to be honored with banners around city
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Memorial Day isn't until the end of May, but members of the Bowling Green Community Foundation are already hard at work on a new city tradition to honor veterans. "We view it as a wonderful way to recognize and honor the veterans who served our...
Hancock County Metrich Drug Task Force conducts drug and criminal interdiction blitz
February 29, 2024 Press Release from the Findlay Police Department, Hancock METRICH Drug Task Force: On 2/28/2024 the Hancock County Metrich Drug Task Force along with the Findlay Police Department, Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio State Highway Patrol, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Family Resource Center conducted a drug and criminal interdiction blitz in Findlay and Hancock County, Ohio.
Mayor Muryn Declares March 2, 2024, as Kiwanis Club of Findlay Day
Mayor Christina Muryn has issued a proclamation declaring March 2, 2024, as Kiwanis Club of Findlay Day in Findlay, Ohio, and asks all citizens to applaud the members of the Kiwanis Club of Findlay for their service to our community.Visit here for more details.
Central Catholic loses 13-point lead, falls in overtime to Bellevue in D-II district final
TIFFIN — Central Catholic’s girls basketball team handled Bellevue’s full-court pressure defense well for three quarters on Saturday. Unfortunately for the Fighting Irish, the final 12 minutes were a completely different story. Seven Central Catholic turnovers helped Bellevue finish the final seven minutes of the fourth quarter on a 13-0 run to force overtime. The No. 2-seed Redmen scored the final five points of the extra session to upend the No. 6 Fighting Irish 45-42 in a Division II district final at Old Fort High School. “We just didn’t do a very good job of taking care of the basketball,” Central Catholic acting head coach Terry Murnen said. “We kind of lost our composure, and can’t take anything away from [Bellevue].
🚧 Traffic Alert: Accident Blocks Northbound Lanes on US 68/State Route 15 in Findlay 🚧
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Lima, Ohio. Attention travelers on US 68/State Route 15 in Findlay, Ohio: an accident has resulted in the closure of all northbound lanes beyond Western Avenue. Commuters are advised to seek alternative routes to avoid delays. Updates on the situation are available at https://t.co/onO3xQ6RxC. Please stay informed and plan your travels accordingly.
Barry Bagels to open new location in Bowling Green
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Barry Bagels, a northwest Ohio staple, will be opening a new location in Bowling Green. James Nusbaum, the CEO of Barry Bagels Franchise Holdings, made the announcement on social media Friday. "Barry Bagels and our new franchisees Laura Heringhaus and Marlon Michael Sierra are excited...
Fremont Ross girls basketball beats Perrysburg for district crown
CAREY, Ohio — Maintenance did not come out at halftime to check the hoop. But the Perrysburg girls basketball faithful had to be left wondering if there was some kind of cover on their basket as ice cold shooting plagued the Yellow Jackets in the first half Saturday night. It helped do in Perrysburg, as Fremont Ross captured its second straight Division I district title on Saturday night at Carey High School with a 65-59 victory. “I thought once we got rolling, I thought we played pretty well,” Perrysburg coach Todd Sims said. “I wish we could have gotten a few more stops. They banked in a couple of threes. That didn’t help us any. They deserved to win.” At half, Perrysburg had shot just 7 of 24 from the field, including a frigid 2 of 12 inside the arc.
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in Bowling Green, 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 bowling green..
Bryan girls basketball holds off Liberty-Benton for district title
MILLER CITY, Ohio — The scouting report didn’t lie about Ella Voigt, but her hot hand told a different story than the film as she led Bryan to a 61-54 victory and a girls Division II district title over Liberty-Benton on Saturday. Voigt scored 18 points, including 10 in a row during a second-quarter surge that helped the No. 7-ranked Golden Bears (24-1) separate from the Eagles (20-6). A crowd of about 1,350 fans inside Miller City’s J. Harry Leopold Gymnasium, the majority of them clad in Golden Bears purple, roared in approval. “The atmosphere is crazy, and my shot from 3 has been off a little bit, so seeing the first one go through the net just gave me confidence and I knocked down two more,” Voigt said. “It was a great feeling and I think it got everyone a little hyped up.”
Brave 5-year-old calls 911 to save dad’s life, has the most hilarious conversation with the dispatcher
Editor's note: This article was originally published on March 23, 2022. It has since been updated. Savannah Hensley, an incredibly brave 5-year-old girl, called 911 to get help for her father, who was experiencing chest pains and was having trouble breathing. The 911 dispatcher was surprised and even thankful for how calm Hensley was in the situation. She was only 5 years old but very composed and aware of the situation at hand. Frank, her father, was in no position to speak, but Savannah was up to the job. What 911 dispatcher Jason Bonham didn't expect was for Savannah to keep him entertained.
Former Tiffin Elementary School slated for revitalization, bids now open
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — The Ross County Land Reutilization Corporation (RCLRC) is seeking bids for the revitalization of the former Tiffin Elementary School site located at 145 S. Bridge Street. Project Scope:. Demolition of the existing building structure, including concrete slabs, foundations, and basements. Filling and compacting excavated areas. Site...
Blanchard Valley Health System to no longer perform open-heart procedures
The medical center says advances in medicine have made reduced the need to perform open-heart surgeries, but will work with area hospitals.
GOTW Extended Highlights/Interviews: Wayne rolls past New Haven
Wayne will play for a second-straight sectional title game on Saturday against hosting Homestead.
Fostoria, February 29 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The McComb High School basketball team will have a game with Arcadia High School on February 29, 2024, 17:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Think you have the best beard in northwest Ohio? Seneca County hosting a bicentennial contest
The contest has become a bit of a tradition in Seneca County, where similar competitions were held to celebrate 100 and 150 years.
Family of college student who died in hazing incident sues ex-BGSU fraternity head for over $255M
The family of a Bowling Green State University student who died in a fraternity hazing incident in 2021 is seeking over $225 million in damages from the fraternity chapter’s then-president.
The coldest February in Seneca County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.