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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…

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.

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.

Tribute was paid to the careers of two longtime City of Bowling Green employees last week.

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.

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.

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.