Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Saturday, September 4.
Americans headed into the Labor Day weekend amid warnings from public health officials not to make the same mistakes they did over Memorial Day and July Fourth. The fear is that backyard parties and crowded bars will cause the coronavirus to come surging back. Read more.
Board members of the Walter C. Potts Entrepreneur and Training Center shared the update that demolition has been completed in the renovation of the Central Zone Building, where they plan to be relocated. The board has engaged with Columbus’ Idea Foundry for a feasibility study to create the coworking center. Read more.
Allen County Commissioner Greg Sneary is leaving office on the last day of September. Almost a year ago, he had announced his intent to retire at the end of 2019. He held off on that decision when former commissioner Jay Beg was forced to leave the board due to medical issues. His term is scheduled to end Dec. 31, 2022. Read more.
Today’s podcast is sponsored by Fat Jack’s Pizza. Fat Jack’s Pizza dining rooms are now open at two locations, on Spencerville Road and on West Street in Lima, and carryout only at the Findlay Road location. Their combination subs are back, for only $5.75. Fat Jacks, celebrating 45 years as Limaland’s favorite pizza.
Three area law enforcement agencies recently completed a two-week enforcement effort on the west side of Lima and Allen County. The enforcement effort resulted in more than 200 citations for excessive speed, reckless operation and failing to yield. Read more.
In Sports, check out the outdoors column for an update on area fishermen doing well in tournaments. Read more.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.