Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Wednesday, June 10.
The Lima Civil Service Board approved Mayor David Berger’s call to change the rules. Berger says the current Rule of 10 has limited candidate pools and made them less diverse. He’s asking for the Rule of 10 to be set aside and open up eligibility to anyone who has passed the test.
A moratorium on eviction notices for tenants who have fallen behind in rent payments expires at the end of July. Thirty days later courts could see a flood of eviction filings.
Today’s briefing is brought to you by Beer Barrel. A carryout special on Wednesdays includes an Italian meal for four for $24.99.
The Old Barn Out Back has reopened and used the time closed to remodel and rebrand. It is now known as the Old Barn Restaurant and Grill and has a new menu.
In Lifestyle, take a look back at a grocery store that was in Lima in the 1950s and 60s.
In Sports, read about the Lima Junior Golf Association Heartlight Pharmacy Open at the Oaks Golf Club.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.