At the end of a summer that was mostly too cool, and for much of the past week was too warm, Labor Day weekend looks to be just about normal.
Nelson Evans, a former police chief who served as mayor for eight years until the end of 2013, will be recognized for the self-government award, one of several awards given out annually to Wood County residents by the county commissioners.
Jerry R. Melchior, who built upscale custom homes in Lucas and Wood counties, died Tuesday in his Perrysburg home.
Pamela Menchaca, far right, Wood County Park District's senior naturalist, leads a group tour at W.W. Knight Nature Preserve in Perrysburg.
Kenneth D. Steedman, Sr., a retired police officer for the city of Oregon who delivered arrangements for florists in retirement, died Wednesday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Perrysburg Township.
An Oct. 29 jury trial has been set for a Bowling Green woman charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly selling heroin that led to a man's death.
Perrysburg Schools bought about 160 cases of bottled water and has asked parents that if there is a drinking ban to send students with a bottle of water and a packed lunch.
In a sign that Costco plans to proceed with its proposed Perrysburg store, the wholesale warehouse store paid $4.5 million for more than 28 acres of land at State Rt.
A South Toledo man entered an Alford plea Monday to robbery for holding up Vito's Pizza, 4317 Heatherdowns Blvd., on March 19. Blake Long, 22, of 5360 Florita Dr. was then found guilty by Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Linda Jennings.
Robert M. Mauger, Jr., who made work his leisure as owner of a Findlay exterminating business and a Port Clinton marina, died Thursday at Wood County Hospital in Bowling Green.
"Yellow Thunder" climbs toward the sky Friday as driver Ralph Hunt competes in the two-wheel-drive truck class at the 48th National Tractor Pulling Championship in Bowling Green.
A Columbus woman was killed and a Millbury man injured Friday when a car and a tractor-trailer collided at State Rt.
Mark Metzger and Mark Thomas had an idea to give back, after our community didn't have access to clean drinking water.
The Wood County Sheriff's Department confirms that one person was killed this morning after an ethanol truck collided with a vehicle at U.S. 6 and Potter Road , near the Bowling Green Wind Farm.
The Ohio Highway Patrol, along with law enforcement agencies across the country, will be cracking down on drunken driving in the coming weeks as they participate in the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign.
It happened shortly after 7 p.m. Monday. The sheriff's office says the southbound vehicle failed to stop for an eastbound train at a crossing on Weston Road near Portage Road, south of Weston.
A Custar man was killed and his wife injured when a train crashed into their vehicle just after 7 p.m. Monday in Wood County's Milton Township.
The summer showers have been rare this season. The 6 weeks between July 1st and August 10th only brought the area about 1 inch of rain.
Leanne Crosby,Tommy Meeks, and Nick Smallwood, from left, employees of Cousino-Harris Disaster Kleen-up, roll up the soaked carpet in the basement of the home of Jeff and Amy Bobak on Brook-haven Drive in Perrysburg.
While the water consumption ban by the City of Toledo dragged on, personnel at the Northwestern Water and Sewer District were discussing how to construct an emergency connection to link the Perrysburg water system, which receives water from Toledo, to the Bowling Green system.