Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Saturday, June 6.
Trump claimed victory Friday over the pandemic the economic crisis and racial inequality. That drew criticism swiftly. Read more.
A developer is looking to build several townhouse style apartments on the empty lot that once held the Longfellow School on East Market Street in Lima. The neighbors are unhappy although the developer countered he is simply trying to improve the neighborhood. Read more.
Putnam County has delayed a decision again on whether to hold a fair later this month. Read more.
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A Lima music producer’s dance contest has inspired the Bean City Glide and a music video is soon to be released. Read more.
Lima’s jay see penny has made it through another round of cuts. The company announced one hundred and fifty four stores are closing. Read more.
Several amusement parks in the state are suing the Ohio Department of Health director. They are angry about still being closed. A state senator has introduced a bill aimed at the same doctor to strip her of the right to close schools. Read more.
In Sports, our outdoor columnist reminds us that Father’s Day weekend is one of the periods where people are allowed to fish without a license. Read more.
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