Beloved theatre director to take final bow at end of school year

Rob Gentry won’t say it about himself, but others are saying it for him: he’s beloved. And, when he retires from Perrysburg High School at the conclusion of this school year, he’ll be missed.

When it comes to golf, Sydney’s the real deal

The Perrysburg High School girls golf team traveled to Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green October 13 for the Division I district championship. Sydney Deal, Kennedy

During the October 6 work session, the Perrysburg Board of Education approved:

Historic Landmarks Commission OKs demolition

Former Perrysburg resident Stephen Fowler is happy to have been given permission by the Historic Landmarks Commission to demolish the house at 111 East Second Street, which he co-owns with his brot


The City of Rossford is continuing to see positive revenues in its financial picture for this year.

The Rossford Board of Education is pondering a place of honor in the new junior-senior high school to remember legendary basketball coach Leroy “Cot” Marquette.

Spooky skeletons star in Halloween display

Surrounded by cornstalks, the scary display at this house on Orchard Drive is filled with skeletons who will greet Trick-or-Treaters on Saturday, October 31. It will take place from 1 to 3 p.m.

Miller Diversified celebrates 100 years as a family business

In 1920, amidst an era of agricultural depression, five brothers gathered to form a farm and greenhouse business.


Candidates forum hosted by Waterville CC

Lucas County residents considering their choices for federal, state and local offices had the opportunity to learn more about candidates at an October 8 forum.

The Springfield High School drama club will present “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind.” The play will be performed at 7 p.m., nightly, October 22 through 25 at the high school auditorium, 147

Past Springfield Twp. firefighters recalled at 19th annual ceremony

On yet another beautiful, sunny October afternoon, the Springfield Township Fire Department gathered alongside trustees, family and friends to honor eight former firefighters who served the townshi

New village councilman appointed

A new councilman was appointed to Holland Village Council at its October 6 meeting.


Meet the Candidates Night

The candidates in this year’s election are preparing to speak to the Point Place/Shoreland community, a 20-plus year tradition that will look slightly different this year.

Local fire station thanked with cards, steaks

The firefighters and staff at Toledo Fire Department Station 24 in Point Place received notes of thanks and hearty meals on behalf of the community for Fire Prevention Week.

Ability Center bestows award on hospital council

The Ability Center recently awarded Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio (HCNO) its annual Community Partnership Award.

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Toledo-Lucas County Health Department health officials remind residents that many commonly celebrated holiday activities may carry high risk for spreading COVID-19.



Richard “Rick” R. Meyers, age 76, of Bluffton, South Carolina, passed away Tuesday, October 6, 2020, peacefully at home.


William M. Ault of Perrysburg passed away peacefully in the care of Hospice of Northwest Ohio on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. He was the son of Harry T. and Garnet E.


Cynthia S. (McKay) Meloy, 83, of Perrysburg, passed away Thursday, October 15, 2020, at St. Lukes Hospital.


Jane Alice (Storts) Finch, age 94, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 9, 2020.

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