No injuries are reported after a train hits a semi that became stuck on railroad tracks along the Ohio border. Allen County officials say after the driver got out of the big rig, the train struck and split the trailer hauled by the semi in half. Nothing was inside the …Read More »
Trine University officials confirm there was a bomb threat on campus, causing students and faculty to evacuate from two buildings. Local first responders investigated and determined there was no danger. The bomb threat reportedly targeted Fawick Hall and the Jim and Joan Bock Center for Innovation and Biomedical Engineering. The …Read More »
Ohio Secretary of State consulted with anti-abortion groups while drafting the contested ballot language used to describe Issue 1.
Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose consulted with three prominent anti-abortion groups while drafting the contested ballot language used to describe Issue 1, an abortion-rights measure, overwhelmingly approved by voters earlier this month. The Republican elections chief and 2024 U.S. Senate candidate revealed having help with the wording while speaking …Read More »
An 18-hole disc golf course will be installed in Edgerton’s Miller park next year funded through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources NatureWorks grant program. The village was approved for $5,381 through the grant and notified in a letter from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The project is planned …Read More »
Ohio’s governor and lieutenant governor have been drawn into a FirstEnergy investors lawsuit, connected to the $60 million dollar bribery scheme concocted by the Akron-based energy giant and a now-incarcerated House speaker. Gov., DeWine received a subpoena for documents in the case. His spokesperson, Dan Tierney, says the governor’s lawyers …Read More »
The Bryan City Council approved a third ordinance over adult use cannabis within the city limits, with a final decision likely coming next Monday. Council met in special session to consider an ordinance that would limit the adult use cannabis operators, cultivators and dispensaries within the city limits. Last week, …Read More »
Chief Markets’ parent company, Fresh Encounter, in collaboration with their customers, announce $81,000 charitable contribution.
In Findlay, Chief Markets’ parent company, Fresh Encounter, in collaboration with their customers, announce an $81,000 dollar charitable contribution to local food banks and mental health organizations as part of Giving Tuesday. The donation is designed to address food insecurity and promote mental well-being in the community, with a total …Read More »
Legal battle over the maps of Ohio Statehouse districts that were crafted in response to the 2020 Census may be over.
The more than two-year legal battle over the maps of Ohio Statehouse districts that were crafted in response to the 2020 Census may be over. In a 4-3 ruling, the Ohio Supreme Court cited unanimous, bipartisan passage in September of a new round of legislative maps in dismissing three long-running …Read More »
Voters in most unincorporated areas of Williams County will vote in March on whether they want to allow electric aggregation to be available.
Voters in most unincorporated areas of Williams County will vote in March on whether they want to allow electric aggregation to be available. The issue will not appear on the ballots for voters in Center and Springfield townships, however, as those areas have previously voted to allow electric aggregation. According …Read More »
Officials for the Village of Montpelier put an end to a series of projects spanning decades at the village council’s meeting. The village has been under a long-term control plan through the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for several decades in order to complete combined sewer overflow projects, which separates storm …Read More »