Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Monday, May 11.
A Saturday night house fire in American Township caused 280 thousand dollars in damage to a home, destroying the home and its contents. Read more.
Restaurants and stores are getting ready to reopen this week. Restaurant owners tell editor Jim Krumel they’re nervous to re-open since they’re not sure if people will return to eating out when they’re allowed. Read more.
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Teen triplets from Delphos St. John’s have been working on building a log cabin out of tree branches they found on their property. They used a mix of mud and clay to seal the branches and make it waterproof. Read more.
You won’t want to miss several stories from Sunday’s newspaper. Find out how local retailers prepared for Tuesday’s reopening. Also, get a better understanding of what counties’ case and death numbers really mean. You’ll also find out about a virtual prom held for the region’s students Saturday night.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.