LIMA — The Lima Memorial Foundation held a fundraiser Thursday as the foundation seeks $500,000 in funding to establish a dedicated observation unit at Lima Memorial.
LIMA — Lima schools’ Aspire program, which awards high school equivalent diplomas and offers micro courses for industry-recognized certifications, won the inaugural chancellor’s award for innovative programming.
ELIDA — Elida senior Maddox Bell is a semi-finalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
LIMA — Gov. Mike DeWine appointed Jessica Cunningham to the Rhodes State College board of trustees through August 2025.
OTTAWA —The Trinity United Methodist Church Scrap Metal Drive will end Oct. 31.
MIAMI — A new treatment center could be key to solving the mental health crisis plaguing Miami-Dade’s jail, which serves as the largest psychiatric institution in Florida.
AUGLAIZE COUNTY — The St. Joseph’s Cemetery Association won a grant from the Ohio Department of Commerce to repair tornado damage.
LIMA — The Chamber of Commerce hosted a round table Friday afternoon for local business owners. The panel consisted of six Ohioans who play a role in business. Spectrum News asked each panelist about their goals and what makes Ohio thrive.
Looking back at some of the odder small stories that streaked across the summer sky, there is one, to be honest, I almost missed myself were it not for a friend of mine, Harry Johnson, who filled me in on a game-show moment while he and I were watching Lima’s boys of summer, our Locos, play a mid-July game.
BELLEFONTAINE – Jeannette Lambert will never forget the time she was helping her husband Larry wash their 1967 Chevelle Malibu and she accidentally broke off the rear-view mirror.