Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Monday, June 29.
Ohio cities may be short billions of dollars in municipal tax revenue now that more people are working from home and outside centralized cities. That could cause problems for police, fire and other city serves. Read more.
Dozens of bikers came out Sunday to support Dagan Hawkins and his family as the 12-year-old battles leukemia. The Biker Strong Association held a ride to raise funds and provide support to Dagan and his family. Read more.
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Danielle Novak of Bluffton will soon be entering Harvard University. She has an interest in linguistics and a perfect score on the ACT test to help her achieve her goals. Read more.
In Jim Krumel’s column this week, read about cooperative efforts by The Lima News to get dashcam and body cam footage from the Lima Police Department. Read more.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.