A Bowling Green man took his own life in his front yard Tuesday.
Workers pave the first course of new asphalt along Wooster Street in Bowling Green Wednesday afternoon. The paving project — that had been planned for summer before Bowling Green State University fall semester starts — is now in full swing. During this work, one lane of traffic will be maint…
A Weston woman has been indicted for assault after she allegedly assaulted several police officers.
The 6th District Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in Wood County for the first time since 2018.
A Perrysburg woman sent to prison for dragging a police officer with her car has lost her appeal.
A Toledo man has been sentenced to prison for having sexual conduct with a minor.
A Wayne man has been indicted on nine sex-related charges.
Child found walking down Bradner street
Mila Simpkins, a student at Wood Lane, reaches for Rocco, a 2,200 pound Clydesdale horse with the Anheuser Busch team. Rocco and 11 other horses were stationed at the Wood County Fairgrounds while they made appearances throughout Northwest Ohio last week.
WALBRIDGE — As another police officer left the village earlier this month to work down the road in Lake Township, the Walbridge mayor decided it was time to talk about coming together — literally.
ROSSFORD — Both the fire and police departments are having difficulties with staffing and personnel replacement.
Library will close early Saturday
PERRYSBURG – Enrollment in the school district has grown by nearly 20% in the last decade.
The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Board on Tuesday approved a series of adjustments to rental fees.
FOX News Channel’s “FOX & Friends” will present its signature “Breakfast with Friends” segment on Wednesday at Kermit’s Family Restaurant, 307 S. Main St.
A former Bowling Green woman sent to prison for assaulting a developmentally disabled teen has been granted early release.
BGPD respond to hotel for possible drowning
This Streusel Coffee Cake is so moist there is no need to serve it with a milk or coffee chaser.
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, hosted a roundtable discussion on Friday in Bowling Green with local veterans, promoting signups for health care benefits recently enacted to help those who have been harmed by exposure to toxic burn pits.
A rape charge against a Bowling Green man has been amended.
The Bowling Green State University athletics family mourns the passing of Kermit “Kerm” Stroh, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 88.
A Florida woman is facing felony charges after a traffic stop in Wood County where troopers seized 33 pounds of cocaine worth approximately $1 million.
Tribute was paid to the careers of two longtime City of Bowling Green employees last week.
Wood County Health Department inspectors spent much of the week of Labor Day in the county’s northern cities and Bowling Green.
Get homework help and a snack at the library
Wood Lane is considering a land swap with the county to have the space needed to build a residential treatment center for youth with developmental disabilities and complex needs.
WAYNE – Zane Hagemeyer has turned a love of cattle into a business, and that business may earn him national recognition.
234 coronavirus cases reported in last week
County law enforcement agencies handled two serious injury crashes involving motorcycles in the last week.
New schools of engineering and of aviation were approved by the Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees on Friday.
The annual base pay of Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers was raised to $512,000 by the board of trustees at the Friday meeting.
PEMBERVILLE — The Pemberville Public Library welcomes back the Toledo Ghost Hunters Society for an evening of ghost hunting.
ROSSFORD — Advances in domestic violence prevention — from breaking the generational cycle of abuse to strangulation research — were the focus of the third week of the Rossford Police Department Citizen’s Police Academy on Wednesday.
A former Bowling Green woman sent to prison for assaulting a developmentally disabled teen has applied for judicial release.
St. Louis School hosts dinner
PERRYSBURG — Orleans Park is a diamond in the rough that could be polished to shine so brightly.
The Better BG Bash is going out with a bang.
A Bowling Green man accused of child endangering and domestic violence has again rejected a plea deal.
PERRYSBURG – After a two-year hiatus, Jackets Giving Back will be back in business this year.
MILLBURY — A law firm is handling the “improper communications” investigation into the Lake High School football coach.
The Wood County Health Department is going ahead with a $600,000 expansion for the health center that avoids a possible temporary closure and temporary move of the facility.
Perrysburg Homecoming Festival kicks off Friday
PERRYSBURG – An amendment to limit DORA use on school district property failed as the board of education made an exception to its no-alcohol-on-school-grounds policy.
OREGON, Ohio (AP) — A fire at an oil refinery in Ohio killed two people and the facility was shut down Wednesday, officials said.
LIME CITY — Perrysburg Township installed a new fiscal officer during its regular meeting on Wednesday.
After having abbreviated state report cards for two years due to the pandemic, the Ohio Department of Education has released the 2021-22 cards with a new scoring system.
Delay in new Sentinel website
Funds from a memorial left for Bowling Green High School by a long-time employee is being used to boost student learning opportunities.
A California man was arrested for drug possession after police responded to a city hotel parking lot for a reported fight.
WALBRIDGE — Homework help is here — along with a snack — five days a week at the Wood County District Public Library.
Two Lima men were arrested in Bowling Green after their vehicle was pulled over for a traffic violation and one reportedly had a firearm.