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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The speed limit on Breese Road was 35 mph when Fort Shawnee existed, as seen in this 2011 file photo. Since the village folded in December 2012, there wasn't a speed limit, defaulting to 55. Now Allen County set the speed limit at 45 there.
Lima's Metropolitan Block and the Auglaize County Courthouse have been nominated for awards, recognized for their renovation efforts.
Todd Sutton, plant manager at PCS Nitrogen
Apollo Career Center superintendent Judy Wells (left) speaks beside Jed Metzger, of the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce.
John VonSossan emphasizes defense during Fort Jennings' win against St. Henry in the 2000 Division IV state championship game.
Lima Police Department officers work outside 1157 Bahama Drive on April 6, where Tara Cutlip, top left, died from multiple gunshot wounds. Marquavius Shurelds, bottom left, is in custody in connection to the death.
Defense attorney Stephen Chamberlain speaks on behalf of a client during a 2011 hearing.
The former Kmart on Allentown Road, Lima.
An electrician works in the kitchen earlier this month at Old City Prime, a steakhouse that is scheduled to open this fall downtown.
The Ada First United Methodist Church in Ada plans to rebuild on the downtown site where its church burned in March 2012.
Bob Baxter, St. Rita's Health Partners CEO
Residents are evacuated by pay loader on Ottawa's Main Street in August 2007.
The region is well-represented in the 130th General Assembly leadership, including, from left, Sen. Keith Faber, R-Celina, president of the Ohio Senate; Rep. Matt Huffman, R-Lima, House speaker pro tempore; Rep. John Adams, R-Sidney, assistant majority floor leader; and Rep. Jim Buchy, R-Greenville, assistant majority whip.
It’s the look and sounds of Christmas filling the annual Christmas Tree Festival, opening Wednesday through Dec. 2 at the Allen County Museum.
Amanda Johnson pleaded guilty Friday to involuntary manslaughter and aggravated possession of drugs in Hardin County Common Pleas Court in connection to the drug overdose death of Emily Christen.
Bryan Counts, a United Steelworkers Local 624 worker, leads a picket line in May to the main entrance of Husky Energy after negotiations broke down. The Husky Lima Refinery advertised for new workers Thursday.
Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey
Perry Bush's new book details the behind-the-scenes deals that helped keep the Lima Refinery open after BP announced its plans to close the facility.
Perry players check the play wristbands during the first half of their game against Waynesfield-Goshen last year.
Waynesfield-Goshen players huddle during the first half of the 2011 game against Perry.
Upper Scioto Valley’s Brandon Overs carries the ball in the Perry secondary in a 2011 Northwest Central Conference game.
A prosecutor decided not to file charges against Mercer County Deputy Chad Fortkamp, left, in the accidental death of K-9 officer Zak, right.
Bob Evans Farms purchased Lima's Kettle Creations.
Two people walk under an array of pipes and steel work near the towers of the delayed coker (left) at the Husky Lima Refinery.
USW Local 624 worker Luke Clum, left, stands outside of the Husky Lima Refinery with coworkers after they began striking May 25. The company and union will return to negotiations Wednesday.
American Township firefighter Lt. Jason Belton works to loosen a steel pylon in 2011 after a van struck a fire hydrant in the Lima Mall parking lot. Belton, who resigned in February, faces grand theft charges.
Sharon Bayliff, who has worked at the Lima refinery for 28 years, waits for cars to pass the Buckeye Road entrance to the Husky Lima Refinery shortly after negotiations between Husky management and the United Steelworkers Local 624 failed to result in a new contract before a 9:45 a.m. deadline Friday morning. Jay Sowers - The Lima News
Darrell “Skip” Boedicker, 45, was taken to jail at 10:15 a.m. Thursday. A judge found he violated conditions of his bond and ordered he be jailed after he tested positive for marijuana, according to court records.
Officials will reveal the charges behind the raids at seven IHOP restaurants, including Lima's, in September 2011 during a press conference at 1:30 p.m. today.
Micki Vollmer, executive director of Allen Lima Leadership, announced she would retire after the program's 25th year.
Amy Musil serves a Lulu's Special at Breakfast at Lulu's Diner. The restaurant's owners decided to step away from a location at Tamarac Golf Course to focus on opening a new location on Lima's east side.
The owner of the planned Lima Gay Community Center is suing the city over plans to demolish his building, the former AMVETS Post 1 home at 136 E. High St., Lima.
Jason Upthegrove (center) listnens during a meeting of the Lima City Council Monday as council members voted 6 -1 in support of a resolution which denied the renewal of a liquor license for the Brownstone Restaurant and Lounge, which is owned by Upthegrove. Jay Sowers - The Lima News.
Brenda Ellis, Lima schools' director of special education, died at the age of 60.