Tara Cutlip, 21 and pregnant with her second child, was shot and killed Saturday in her Bahama Drive home. Loved ones gather in front of Tara's home to remember her and speak out against domestic violence.
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Marquavius Shurelds addresses the court during a violation hearing in Allen County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.
Michael Fay is escorted Tuesday from Putnam County Juvenile Court with a black hood after his initial appearance hearing on murder charges.
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, addresses area small-business owners over breakfast at Casa Lu Al in Lima to update them on legislation in Washington that could impact their operations.
Rheuben Gibson uses a orbital sander to sand a cabinet in his woodworking shop in Elida.
Lima Energy Company off South Main St. in Lima.
Dakota Clay (left) uses an iPad with Micah Rex and Dawson Draper during a Spanish class at Temple Christian School. All three boys are 12.
Janice Young, a volunteer with the Allen-County Convention and Visitors Bureau, works the desk Fridy inside the Blue Caboose. This will be the 24th year for the tourism station behind Howard Johnson off Roschman Avenue.
Principal Don Huysman of Delphos St. Johns High School.
Michael Fay, 17, holds his mother's hand in Putnam Common Pleas Court before Juvenile Court Judge Michael Borer on May 10. On Friday, prosecutors filed aggravated murder charges against Fay in the May 9 deaths of Blake Romes, middle left, and Blaine Romes, middle right.
Derek McLean, of Lima, turns his 4x4 into the participant entrance of the Allen County Fairgrounds off of state Route 117 as ODOT prepares for 4-Wheel Jamboree Nationals this weekend.
Family, friends and students enter Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Ottawa to attend Blake and Blaine Romes funeral service on Wednesday morning.
Josh Smith, of Lima, walks Tuesday along the Ferguson Reservoir Upground Dam while fishing in Bath Township.
Ray Magnus serves a written complaint to the Allen County Board of Elections on Tuesday morning in Lima.
U.S. Rep. Mike Turner addresses reporters Monday after touring the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center with Assistant Secretary of the Army Heidi Shyu.
Officials tour the expanded Pro-Tec Coating Co. plant in Leipsic on Monday.
Bob Fricke of Fricke Farms in Elida plants soybeans in a field along North Kemp Rd in American Township.
Jim Offenbaker is ready for retirement after 34 years as the athletic director, an athletic trainer and a teacher for Lima Senior.
Michael Fay, 17, holds his mother's hand in Putnam Common Pleas Court before Juvenile Judge Michael Borer on Friday afternoon.
Demolition is starting on the American Mall in Lima and should be complete by fall.
Kristy Miller, right, fishes with her friend Lindsay Vowell off the dock at Ottawa Lake Metro Park on Friday morning. Voters approved an issue to keep the Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Parks District running on Tuesday.
Gary Jones is seated before Judge Jeffrey Reed in Allen County Common Pleas Court as he changed his plea Tuesday afternoon.
Pam Fried, owner of the Lion, the Niche & The Wardrobe Consignment Shop on Elida Road, models a vintage hat Tuesday.
Bitler Rumer, 14, introduces Jeremy Bigelow on Monday to start off 29th annual Positive Addiction Week at St. Gerard's School in Lima.
Riley Richardson, 12, left, and Courtney Taylor, 12, are 5th grade pupils at Allen East School working on a digital biography of Henry Ford.
Teresa Fuhrman blows a Shofar to start the 62nd annual observance of the National Day of Prayer at Memorial Hall in Lima.
Grand opening of Reineke Nissan on Cable Road.
Myles Anderson, left, and Michaela Buettner, members of the Temple Christian School Choir, pray during the 62nd annual observance of the National Day of Prayer at Memorial Hall in Lima. See more photos from National Day of Prayer events in Lima and Ottawa.
Sgt. Al Mefferd, of the Allen County Sheriff's Department, auctions off homes Wednesday from the steps of the county courthouse.
Anna Schnippel in Lima Municipal Court before closing arguments in her falsification case on Tuesday morning.
Marquavius Shurelds appears in Allen County Common Pleas Court in front of Judge Jeffrey Reed during his probation violation hearing.
Anna Schnippel, Allen Metropolitan Housing Authority director, waits Wednesday in Municipal Court during jury selection in Lima.
Matt Chiles, of Lima, directs a crane operator Tuesday while setting a pipe configuration into place during the United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters and Service Technicians state apprenticeship contest in Lima. The contest was at Local 776 Training Facility on Bowman Road.
Anna Schnippel enters Lima Municipal Court on Tuesday morning.
Carol Bertrand a local environmental volunteer holds up a wild garlic plant picked at Kendrick Woods.
Lima Senior sophomore Kayla Conine, 16, holds up her "I CAN Pledge Hands" creation Friday during an all-day workshop at Crime Victim Services in Lima.
Pan Yue (left) and Zeng Xujie, Ford employees visiting from China, level out rubberized mulch Friday in a playground area at Allen County Farm Park.
Design consultant Jane DePue, left, and Jennie Cherry, an interior designer work, on a project at Heringhaus Furniture in Ottawa.
Twenty of 28 employees at Sign Source in Lima jump for joy after hitting a partial jackpot in the Powerball drawing Wednesday night. The employees are sharing a $2 million prize that will amount to about $47,000 for each of them, after taxes, said Ramona Suarez, 35, a sign assembler who has worked at the company about three years.
Temple Patton reacts after winning the OSU-Lima 2013 Distinguished Staff award given to her by Michele Bondurant, OSU-Columbus program manager of special events. The award was a given after a morning meeting on Thursday.
Dr. Jarrod Burks, of Ohio Valley Archeology of Columbus, uses a magnetometer Wednesday to scan a field next to Fort Amanda State Memorial.
Stephanie Skylar, president and CEO of Chief Super Markets, holds an artist's rendition of the new Chief storefront at the Northland Plaza store.
A large banner spans the side of the Met building on the corner of North and Main streets Monday in downtown Lima.
Shawnee High School juniors and seniors use rags with vinegar Thursdy to wipe off "The Resting Place," an 88-inch round mosaic. The mosaic will be permanently mounted on a wall in the school.
Gary Jones becomes emotional Thursday in Lima Municipal Court after his preliminary hearing before Judge Richard Warren.