The crash was reported at about 3:40 p.m. at East Wooster Street and Dunbridge Road, near the Meijer store, Wood County sheriff's deputies said.


The nation's capital started to fill with Americans from outside the Beltway on Thursday in preparation for the inauguration today of Donald Trump as president. From left, McKenzie, Hannah, Nathan, and Diana Watt will attend the inauguration reception.


Construction of a major expansion of the Walbridge Library branch is nearing completion and library officials expect to have the building open to the public by late February. Michael Penrod, director of the Wood County District Public Library, led a tour of the building Thursday for library trustees and elected officials.


On the floor of the Perrysburg High School stage, senior Claire Newberg, playing the role of Sara, was trying to help a friend. "I wish you could tell me what's gone so wrong," she said.


A spate of crashes, two of them fatal, occurred on slush-slickened roads in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan on Tuesday. Diana Shively, 63, of Grand Rapids, a front-seat passenger in a pickup truck driven by her husband Duane Shively, 73, was killed when their pickup collided with another at about 6:30 a.m. on U.S. 6 in Wood County's Grand Rapids Township, near Grand Rapids.


Rossford and the NAI Harmon Group are moving forward with a pair of projects expected to bring jobs and millions of dollars to the city. The firm closed Monday on 87 acres of land adjacent to Bass Pro in the Crossroads area.


The Ohio Department of Transportation says a disabled car is blocking the southbound exit ramp from Interstate 75 to Ohio 235 near Mount Cory.


While the WSOS Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program continues for the 2016-2017 winter season, clients should be aware that the local offices will be closed Dec. 30 in recognition of the New Year's holidays. Sites will be open Dec. 28 and 29 for scheduled appointments.


The Swallow Your Pride, Call for a Ride program will offer assistance from 11 p.m. Saturday to at least 4 a.m. Sunday. Rides are available from Bowling Green establishments for those living within 10 miles or so of the city.


All the time municipalities decide within the walls of bureaucracy to remove trees without informing the residents who enjoy them. When that happened in Perrysburg, residents' frustration got officials' attention, and that it did might serve as a reminder to other communities to let the public know when a tree-removal project in their area is under consideration.


A Wood County exotic animal owner will be allowed to see the animals that were taken from him and sent to a South Dakota facility - which were later moved again because of neglect there - and have his veterinarian examine them an appeals court has ruled. Ohio's 6th District Court of Appeals denied a request by Kenneth Hetrick to lift the stay on a Nov. 21 order by Wood County Common Pleas Judge Reeve Kelsey that would have returned all of the seized animals to Mr. Hetrick.


The criminal case regarding a string of Wood County arsons set earlier this year concluded Tuesday, when the final pair of defendants were sentenced for their roles in the fires. Santana Diliberto, 20, of Port Clinton, and Nicholas Hackworth, 19, of Fostoria, each had previously pleaded guilty for participating in the string of fires.


Principle Business Enterprise in Bowling Green is adding warehouse space and production space. The firm makes absorbent products used for incontinence, wound care, and fall prevention.