Today’s Lima News Daily Briefing


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Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Saturday, May 30.

Health Partners of Western Ohio will start offering drive-thru coronavirus testing at the Bradfield Community Center in Lima. The tests will be available to anyone regardless of symptoms but a telehealth appointment is required first. Read more.

A Lima police officer has been fired after he was indicted on charges related to the illegal use of a government database. He faces 12 felony counts. Read more.

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A Lima businessman who sued the former Allen County sheriff has had a ruling against him by a visiting judge. The judge wrote that the business owner has no legal claim to the lost funds. Read more.

The bird’s robotic song first alerted birdwatchers to a rare bobolink at a reservoir in Lima. Now the city has agreed to stop mowing to allow the birds to nest and birdwatchers to enjoy the show of several unusual types of birds. Read more.

In Sports, a detailed plan on helping schools bring athletes back to campus has been released. College football players could return as early as June 8. Read more.

Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.

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