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Together again

Apr 19

Facebook plea reunites mother and adopted daughter
LIMA — It was a hug more than 22 years in the making.

Wind farm leads to property rights debate

Apr 19

BELLE CENTER — Leasing half an acre of her farm to Everpower for a wind turbine would guarantee Kea Shaffer about $8,000 in rent a year, far more than what she could sell the ground for and far more than it would yield in crop production.

Job fair focused on veterans, spouses

Apr 19

CELINA — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host a job fair for veterans and military spouses Tuesday at American Legion Celina Post 210, 2510 E. state Route 703.

Region Roundup: St. Marys graduate publishes novel

Apr 19

ST. MARYS — Joshua K. Dull, of St. Marys, has published his first novel, “The Sorrowful Passion of Jesus Christ.”Dull is a 1995 graduate of Memorial High School in St. Marys.

Friends hold benefit for sophomore with bone cancer

Apr 19

VAN WERT — Friends are gathering Tuesday to support a 15-year-old sophomore at Van Wert High School diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer that targets children and teens.

In the Military

Apr 19

IN THE MILITARYAIR FORCE

Young adults providing leadership in community

Apr 18

LIMA — Young adults are making a difference in the community and the Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce wanted to honor that. This year, the chamber added a new category, Young Leader Award, to its annual gala awards.

A slice of heaven

Apr 18

Pizza vendors savor Vegas expo
LAS VEGAS — My old pal Vinnie the pizza guy called the other night. He's coming to town, but not to gamble: Pizza people — shop owners, sauce makers, cheese peddlers — are gathering for their annual trade show and he plans to be there.

Legal-Ease: Life estates, sequential ownerships in real estate

Apr 18

Sometimes, two of my nephews will want to play with the same toy. Frequently, my proposed resolution to their conundrum is to allow one child to play with the toy first. After a period of time, the second child would get that same opportunity.

Applause for business achievements

Apr 18

AWARDSONU receives accolades, awardThe Ohio Northern University Department of Technological Studies received honors at the international Technology and Engineering Educators Association.

Births

Apr 18

St. Rita's Medical CenterApril 15 — Anna Aldrich and Kevin Volbert, Wapakoneta, girl.

Faith to get through

Apr 17

LIMA — When the Rev. Brandon Green, associate pastor at Calvary Chapel of Praise, jumped in the shower that mid-May day only weeks before his wedding, he was not expecting to find a mass the size of a baseball under his arm.

Plea made 'to put guns down'

Apr 18

LIMA — A current and a former Lima city councilman pleaded with the area's youth to “put down the guns” after shots were fired Thursday night and a death occurred last weekend.

They loved him this big

Apr 18

Sold out Civic Center enjoys Scotty McCreery in concert
LIMA — Local country fans got a rare treat Friday with the opportunity to enjoy one of country music's hottest young stars while also helping future young stars back to health.

Two in a row

Apr 18

Second robbery at a Lima Chase Bank in as many days
LIMA — The Lima Police Department is on the lookout for a black male in connection with a robbery Friday afternoon at a north Lima bank.

Lima man gets 22 years prison for child sex crimes

Apr 18

COLUMBUS – A Lima man was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison for child sex charges.

Girls talk body image at Scout day camp

Apr 18

LIMA — Vayda Henman's poster of her perfect woman had blue hair, a pink and purple dress and neon green shoes.But that's not how Henman, 8, a pupil at Shawnee Maplewood Elementary School, started her description of the woman.

Lima police warn of thief at ATM

Apr 18

LIMA — Police are warning people using ATMs to remain aware of their surroundings after money was taken from a woman making a withdrawal Thursday evening.

Food vendor at Lima prison fined $142,000

Apr 18

State: Aramark failed to report for meals at Allen Oakwood Correctional Facility, other prisons
COLUMBUS — The private food vendor that holds the contract for feeding Ohio's 50,000 prisoners has repeatedly failed to meet the staffing levels it promised, the state announced Friday as it hit the company with $142,100 in fines.

O'Neill to take reins of Southwest Auglaize chamber

Apr 18

NEW BREMEN — The Southwestern Auglaize Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has announced that Logan O'Neill, 26, of New Bremen, has been named executive director of the organization, effective Monday.

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Apr 18

MARRIAGES

'The Boondocks' back for final 'offensive' season

Apr 18

NEW YORK — The brash animated series “The Boondocks” returns to Adult Swim for its fourth and final season without Aaron McGruder, the man who spawned it, but with its brashness intact.

Births

Apr 17

St. Rita's Medical CenterApril 14 — Brittany Phipps and John Springer, Lima, boy.April 15 — Abbie and Jordan Good, Lima, boy.

Ohio Theatre to host country music after party

Apr 17

LIMA — The Scotty McCreery concert may be sold out, but there will still be an opportunity to enjoy a night of great country music at the St. Jude Benefit After Party, starting at 9 p.m. today at the Ohio Theatre.

Region to celebrate Easter

Apr 17

LIMA — With Easter fast approaching, many communities will celebrate the holiday with brightly colored eggs, home cooked meals and more. Below are a few of the events coming to the area:LIMA

A soulful performance

Apr 16

Aldridge brings signature sound to Avalon
LIMA — Lima will get a taste of the soulful sounds of Muscle Shoals, Ala., tonight as Hannah Aldridge makes her first-ever visit to Avalon Bar downtown.

1969 Chevy Chevelle SS

Apr 16

LIMA — “There's a fine line between pure sport and pure luxury. It's called Chevelle,” reads the sales brochure for the 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS. The Chevy Chevelle SS represented Chevrolet's entry into the midsize muscle car battle. It...

Rio 2 – G

Apr 16

The Story

Beetle marks 65th year since entry into US

Apr 16

Sixty-five years after the first Volkswagen Beetle arrived in the United States as a distinctively shaped, little car, the Beetle keeps attracting buyers with its more-spacious-than-ever, flexible interior, turbo engine power and modernized iconic look.

1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible

Apr 16

LIMA — It's been 50 years since Ford Motor Company debuted their pony car, the Ford Mustang on April 17, 1964. On the night of April 16, 1964, Ford blitzed the airwaves by buying the 9:30 to 10 p.m. slot (Eastern time) on all three American television...

HELP FOR A LEAKY SUNROOF

Apr 16

Dear Tom and Ray:

Logan County hopes retirees fill empty storefronts

Apr 19

BELLEFONTAINE — The Logan County Chamber of Commerce and area landlords are targeting early Honda retirees to start new businesses in the county's empty downtown storefronts.

Police calls

Apr 18

Police calls as of 9:30 a.m. Friday, April 18 from the Lima Police Department and Allen County Sheriff's Office:

Local state school board member speaks on schools

Apr 17

LIMA — Ohio Department of Education District 1 Representative Ann Jacobs spoke briefly on public education in Ohio Thursday at the quarterly Black Network Meeting held at Bradfield Community Center.

Lima Public Library plans renovation

Apr 17

LIMA — Executive director Gary Fraser recently announced that Lima Public Library will begin a $527,000 interior renovation to its main library starting in May.

$1 million bond for teen charged in weekend murder

Apr 17

LIMA — A judge set bond at $1 million Thursday for a teenager charged in the shooting death of a man over the weekend outside a bar.
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