Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Tuesday, May 26.
A fire early Monday morning destroyed the home of NOLO Pallets on Lima’s Findlay Road. The two-alarm fire destroyed all the pallets of merchandise inside and the 90-year-old warehouse. Read more.
Lima native Scott Shalek has been at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis in Georgia. The 2007 Shawnee graduate has been working with the Georgia Air National Guard to disinfect long-term care facilities. Read more.
If you see flames at the Husky Lima Refinery this week, it’s likely part of a fire training exercise at the plant. Company officials cautioned the public against overreacting to the routine training. Read more.
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There were no new deaths attributed to COVID-19 in the day ending at 2 p.m. Monday. Read more.
Area churches are beginning to let people in the doors to worship again. Those who do may find reduced seating, changes in communion and no hymnals in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Read more.
In Sports, Fort Loramie native Jared Hoying is enjoying some success in his third season playing professional baseball in South Korea. Read more.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.