During the July 28 meeting, Perrysburg City Council was officially notified of the retirement of Doug Dariano, city engineer, and the resignation of Laura Alkire, law director.

Inside the Five planning early fall opening

Inside the Five Brewing Company’s Perrysburg location at the renovated auto shop at 127 West Third Street is planning to open in early fall, said co-owner Chris Morris, a former center for the Oakl

Perrysburg Schools issued this FAQ guide July 31.

Eisenhower Park

In 1966, the City of Perrysburg purchased a plot of land from Frank Spohler for use by the water department.


Fixing teeth and ministering to the whole person’

Nearly five decades ago, Dr. William Zouhary, D.D.S., crossed the Maumee River from his boyhood home in south Toledo and entered the world of Rossford.

Benjamin Robison, a Bowling Green native, has been appointed as the new Wood County health commissioner.

Internship connects student to Washington leaders

The summer internship—part adventure, part learning experience— is a rite of passage for many college students.

State legislator and former Ohio Supreme Court justice Bob Cupp was elected as speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives last week.


A few additions to the Holloway Road improvement project prompted Holland Village Council to increase the engineer’s estimate by $30,000.

Twp. trustees join ‘Wear a Mask’ campaign

With COVID-19 a reality for the forseeable future, the Journal joins local public health officials in encouraging residents to “perform your task while wearing a mask.”

Springfield BOE releases plans for 2020-21 school year

Springfield students eager to be back in classes following the abrupt end of in-school instruction in March soon will be able to return to the classroom - albeit in a different format.

COVID-19 put the kibosh on many things over the past few months, including the Springfield Township master plan.


NAMI: Mental health is as important as physical health

The following is a guest column submitted by NAMI Wood County, a mental health organization based in Bowling Green.

New committee cleans up Summit

On July 29, a group of 15 concerned residents gathered at Friendship Park to form the Point/Shoreland Beautification Committee, an ad hoc committee under the Beautification Committee of the Point P

TPS to implement new procedures as part of settlement over discrimination complaints

Toledo Public Schools and the Department of Justice recently reached a settlement over an investigation into discrimination complaints.

Metroparks Toledo moves forward with levy on fall ballot

In a campaign that will feature some prominent community leaders, Lucas County voters will be asked to approve a 2-mill, 10-year property tax levy for Metroparks Toledo this November.



Melinda L. (Leithead) Johnston, 79, of Perrysburg, Ohio, died Saturday, December 28, 2019, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio. She was born in New York, New York, on June 14, 1940, to Barry T.


Donald L. Toland, 93, of Perrysburg, Ohio, died peacefully Saturday, August 1, 2020, at Perrysburg Commons, surrounded by his family.


Richard (Rich) Sherman, 78, of Perrysburg, Ohio, peacefully passed away on July 24, 2020.


On Tuesday, July 28, 2020, Linda Sue Sworden, aged 64, of Bowling Green, Ohio, went to be with our Heavenly Father surrounded by her family at Bridge Hospice in Bowling Green.

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