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State corrections officer charged with abduction

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FINDLAY (TNS) — A state corrections officer was indicted Tuesday by a Hancock County grand jury for restraining a juvenile against his will during...

Get This: Police say one-armed, machete-wielding clown arrested

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HOLLIS, Maine (AP) — A man is accused of drunkenly strolling down a Maine road wearing a black-hooded sweatshirt and a clown mask and...

Ohio’s high court strikes down traffic camera restrictions

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CINCINNATI (AP) — The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld cities’ use of traffic camera enforcement for a third time, striking down as unconstitutional...

Lima police chief emphasizes community partnerships

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LIMA — For the Lima Police Department to be successful, community partnerships are essential.That was the message from Lima Police Chief Kevin Martin at...

Lima Memorial holds car seat installation training

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LIMA — Is your child’s car seat installed correctly? According to experts, maybe not.A report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated that...

8 local companies to participate in United Way of Greater Lima’s 2017 Pilot Campaign

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LIMA — Eight local companies and United Way partner agencies are leading the way for the 2017 United Way Campaign and the start of...

Multi-vehicle accident in Findlay injures two people

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FINDLAY — Two people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash Tuesday night in Findlay, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported.Natalie Golich, a 33-year-old from...

Allen County Sheriff’s Office deputy under investigation

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LIMA —An Allen County Sheriff’s Office deputy is under investigation for possible misconduct involving a Delphos Police Department officer.In a statement released to media...

Elida School District hires 2 new principals

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LIMA — The Elida school district has hired a new elementary school principal, Michelle Allison, and a new assistant elementary school principal, Jeremy Clark.Allison...

Former speaker rips Jordan, allies as ‘knucklehead caucus’

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WASHINGTON — Former House Speaker John Boehner assailed GOP House archconservatives led by Rep. Jim Jordan as the “knucklehead caucus,” calling them “anarchists” who...