Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Sunday, June 7.
Another peaceful protest was held in Lima Saturday. The second “No Justice, No Peace” protest was to honor George Floyd who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer and sparked nationwide protests. About 500 people marched downtown. Many marches were held nationally. Read more.
The Lima Mall has been stressed by the pandemic which has added to the shakiness of the local economy. The mall is still operating under restricted hours and a handful of vendors remain temporarily closed. Read more.
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Mourners held a virtual memorial service Saturday for Annie Glenn. The wife of John Glenn died at age 100 last month from complications from the virus. Read more.
In Lifestyle, check out what home projects area residents have been tackling since the pandemic left them with more time around the house. Read more.
In Sports, the Ohio Veterans 4 County Memorial All-Star Games were played Saturday. Read more.
Salute to Graduates is a special section that honors area high school graduates. Read more.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.