BLUFFTON — There's something about interaction and face-to-face conversation that encourages critical thinking and analysis.
LIMA — Aaron Napierala teaches students which wire to connect to which pin on a computer motherboard during one of his classes at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
CELINA — Wright State University's Lake Campus is hosting several non-credit classes for business people in the area.
APPOINTMENTSDerryberry appoints Kohlrieser Chief Magistrate
LIMA — It looks like an octopus.
The trend of the real estate market in Allen County is shown by the following report, for the week running Feb. 19 to Feb. 25. Figures reflect the selling price of the property, along with the address or lot number of same and are courtesy of Allen...
KALIDA — From presses to welders to technology to recycling materials, Kalida Manufacturing Inc. does it all.
LIMA — Technological advancement has always been a driving force in business, particularly in the automotive industry. That spirit of innovation continues to thrive at the Ford Lima Engine Plant.
Rates for 30-year and 15-year, fixed-rate mortgages with zero points as of noon, Friday, Feb. 20, 2015.30 YR / 15 YR RATE %Citizens National Bank3.625 / 2.875 %
Before hiring attorneys, people usually want to know and deserve to know two things, how much will it cost, and how long will it take.
KALIDA — It's that time of year again when many clubs and organizations host amazing buffets of fish and other goodies.Or as Kalida Knight of Columbus Hall manager Tony Vorst calls it, seven Friday nights of fun.
LIMA — Local hoteliers have been anxiously following the evolution of an additional lodging tax intended to aid Veterans Memorial Civic Center through both capital improvements and the creation of a new marketing position. On Friday, they were...
LIMA — At Trinity United Methodist Church's Center for Creative Childcare, the room is simply known as Miss Mary's class.
LIMA — For Jen Nichols, Wake, Rattle and Roll gave her the opportunity to get her foot in the door.
LIMA — After losing more than 30 pounds through a nutrition program, Tiffany Phillips figured that if she could do it, she could teach others to as well.
503 N. Cable Road, Lima — Officers responded to a report of a theft from the assistant principal's desk Friday. Reportedly, a student stole a gaming console from the assistant principal's desk.
LOS ANGELES — When Leonard Nimoy was approached about acting in a new TV series called “Star Trek,” he was, like any good Vulcan contemplating a risky mission in a chaotic universe, dispassionate.
LIMA — Those living near PotashCorp in Lima may hear some “booms” throughout the day.
LIMA — The Lima Police Department reported a blast at about noon Thursday at National Lime and Stone resulted in phone calls. The explosion was planned, and no one was hurt.
LIMA — After nearly five decades of people reacting to the call “come on down,” perhaps the biggest catch phrase in game show history finally found its way to the Lima area for the first time Thursday.
LIMA — The Lima City School Board focused on efforts to improve at its meeting Thursday.
GOMER — When Alan Tyrrell and his father opened Uncle Al's Pizza nearly 30 years ago, it was their slice of the American dream.
OTTAWA — Working to spread educational material about runoff from agriculture, Jeffrey Reutter says there's a lot of work to do.
ELIDA — A & D Wood Products was issued 27 separate violations by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a complaint by an employee led inspectors to the plant.
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