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  • Elida Elementary Watch D.O.G.S.

    The Elida Elementary is calling all fathers to be Watch D.O.G.S. at the school.

  • FOP Recognizes Citizens

    The police force in Lima and across all of Allen County aren't alone thanks to folks stepping up against crime and danger.

  • Unemployment numbers for August

    Local counties saw some significant drops in unemployment numbers in the month of August. 

  • Van Wert County man suspected of distributing child porn

    A local man is arrested for distributing child pornography.

  • Jordan tours JSMC with Indiana Congressman

    Congressman Jim Jordan bringing a House of Representatives colleague to JSMC to show him a local defense contractor in action.

  • A wild time at Freedom Elementary

    It was a bit on the wild side Tuesday at one Lima elementary school.

  • Christopher Peters Trial day 2

    The man accused of killing the 15-month-old son of his former girlfriend appears in court Tuesday for his second day of trial.

  • Lima Senior High School Key Club looks to help hurricane victims

    Still seeing a need in Texas and Florida after two massive hurricanes, a local youth service organization steps into action.

  • OSU-Lima political professor honors Constitution Day at Bluffton University

    September 19 is National Constitution Day and Bluffton University honored it by bringing in a guest lecturer.

  • Delphos City Council one step closer to decision on Firefighters

    After an hour debate last week in executive session, Delphos City Council may now be one step closer to making a decision on three firefighters. 

  • Wapak Talks Tourism

    The Wapakoneta City Council met this evening with tourism being a topic on the agenda.

  • What's all the buzz about?

    You won't "bee-lieve" it but it's national honey month and a local expert tells us what all the buzz is about and why bees are disappearing.  

  • Allen County Courthouse clock tower progress

    The iconic clock tower at the Allen County Courthouse taking on a new look once again.

  • Two vehicle crash at Conant and Deep Cut Road intersection

    A two vehicle crash in rural Allen County, sends one person to the hospital. 

  • Delphos Fire Department gets a new heart monitor

    The Delphos Fire Department receives a generous donation from a local hospital.

  • CASA's New Home

    Started by the Crime Victim Services in 2009, the Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, has been helping abused and neglected children in Allen and Putnam Counties find a safe, loving, and stable home.

  • Allen County man loses life in Sunday morning car accident

    The Allen County Sheriff's Office is investigating a car crash that killed an Allen County man early Sunday morning.

  • Jury seated in Christopher Peters case

    Jury selection has wrapped up for the 27-year-old man accused of killing the 15-month-old son of his former girlfriend.

  • Task Force Lima to go to Washington to lobby for manufacturing opportunities

    As the U.S. Senate nears its final vote on the Defense Authorization Act, stakeholders focused on bringing military manufacturing work to the region are preparing for a trip to Washington.  

  • Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

    A local school district used a staff professional development day to get trained in an increasingly important topic.

  • Playing Hardball Against ALS or PHAALS foundation held their 5th annual golf outing and walk at the Pike Run Golf Course today.

    PHAALS Golf and Walk Fundraiser

    Hundreds turned out to raise money to continue the fight against ALS. 

  • The second annual Teddy Bear Golf Outing invited teams to the Hidden Creek golf course to play for a good cause

    2017 ALL Teddy Bear Fund Golf Outing

    The ALL Teddy Bear Fund took to the golf course Sunday morning to help kids in the hospital. 

  • The tradition of the parade may be fairly new for Shawnee, but they say it's a fun way to get things started for Homecoming Week.

    Shawnee schools kick off Homecoming Week

    Shawnee schools kicked off their Homecoming Week with a parade Sunday afternoon.

  • Councilman Glenn says that he plans to create the group by assigning captains to each block in the 6th ward to keep an eye on the neighborhood.

    Councilman Derry Glenn pushes for neighborhood watch group

    City councilman Derry Glenn is looking to create a new neighborhood watch group for his ward.

  • The teams participated in mini games set up all around the square in downtown Lima, each game teaches teams about healthy lifestyle habits.

    St. Rita's and American Heart Assoc. hold 2017 HeartChase

    Teams of people made their way to downtown Lima to take part in HeartChase 2017.

  • A lot of the people that took part in the 11th Annual Suicide Awareness and Prevention Walk were there to honor friends and family who took their own lives.

    Suicide Awareness Walk

    For a the past 11 years, local agencies and family and friends of people who have committed suicide have gathered to raise awareness to the problem of this devastating act. 

  • This is the 32nd year that the festival has been put on, with games and food and plenty of things to buy.

    Ada holds 32nd annual Festival and Herb Fest

    The village of Ada filled their downtown with vendors of all kinds for this year's Harvest and Herb Fest. 

  • With the festival celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, tradition is a major part of bringing everything together.

    Canal Days celebrates 60 years

    Every year around this time, downtown Delphos becomes a place of fun, food, and entertainment with Canal Days.

  • Vandersall over corrected and the car went off the right side of the road, hit the ditch and flipped over.

    An Allen Co. teen loses his life in a single car accident early this morning

    According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, at 2:30 am Saturday Morning, 16 year old Carter Vandersall of Lima was heading North on Slabtown Road, near Eversole Rd, when his car went off the left side of the road.  

  • Lima Police Department Officers were on patrol just before 3 o'clock Saturday morning when they heard gunfire.

    Shots fired at a home on Michael Avenue

    Multiple shots were fired at a home on the South side of Lima Early this morning.  

  • Rebel Run Returns to Lima

    Car lovers rejoice! The Rebel Run Car Show is back in Allen County!

  • Ohio one of ten finalists for Hyperloop One

    Ohio could soon be seeing a new form of underground transportation that travels at speeds up to 670 miles per hour.

  • Attempted robbery at Duke's Liquor Store

    Around 6:45 p.m. Thursday evening, a woman came into Duke's Liquor Store in the 600 block of North Main Street, then left and came back a half hour later, pulled out a gun and demanded the clerk open the cash register. 

  • Lincolnview's Community Center Groundbreaking

    The Lincolnview School District's multi-million dollar community center is underway.

  • Adopt a Hydrant in Delphos

    A new addition to Canal Days has special artwork popping up all over Delphos.

  • Tri Star breaks ground at new location

    It was almost like a dream come true for the team behind the New Tri Star Career Compact facility.

  • Family Promise of Lima gets the keys to a new car

    The Family Promise of Lima-Allen County accepts the keys to a 2015 Honda Odyssey. 

  • Wapakoneta police chief retires

    Long time Wapakoneta Police Chief Russel Hunlock celebrated his last day on the force Friday afternoon.

  • Happy 102nd Birthday Stanley!

    A local successful business man turns 102 years young today! Stanley Tam, founder of U.S Plastics in Lima is celebrating over a century of life!

  • Police on the hunt for Rite Aid armed robbery suspects

    The Lima Police Department is looking for information on some suspects that robbed the Rite Aid on the corner of Robb Avenue and West Street late Thursday night.

  • Medical condition to blame for vehicle crash into Tim Hortons

    A medical condition caused a Delphos woman to crash into an Elida Road business around 7:30 a.m. Friday morning.

  • Gordon kicks off his re-election campaign

    Lima's 1st ward councilman says he is ready for another four years of serving the people in his ward.

  • La Nina Watch Issued by NOAA

    On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (or NOAA) issued a "La Nina Watch" for the upcoming fall and winter months. They have given La Nina a 55-60% chance of developing. Essentially, a La Nina pattern is characterized by cooler than normal ocean temperatures along the equator in the Pacific. NOAA also looks at the temperature of the water just below the surface. And, according to observations, that water is getting increasingly cold. That sugge...
  • Journey for the Heart

    Lima Memorial Foundation hosted their Journey for the Heart.

  • Armed robbery at Lima Rite Aid

    Lima police are on scene investigating an armed robbery at the Rite Aid Pharmacy at the corner of Robb and West Street.

  • Some ash trees now critically endangered

    A scientific group says five prominent species of ash tree in the eastern United States have been driven to the brink of extinction from years of lethal attack by the emerald ash borer.

  • McComb wins AARP Community Challenge Grant

    The American Association of Retired People announces its first ever winner for the Community Challenge Grant, and the winner, is right here in Ohio.

  • Fall Job and Internship Fair

    More than a hundred employers converge in Lima, seeking employees.

  • September is Kinship Appreciation Month

    When a child is taken from their home, at no fault of their own, it's difficult. When a child is torn from their family it can be traumatic.

  • Hall of Justice renovation plans approved

    The plans to update part of the City of Lima's Hall of Justice have been approved.

  • Marimor Industries gives out longevity awards

    Marimor Industries honored those that have been working in the community with the help of their Employee Services Department.

  • Lima Salvation Army helping families prepare for winter

    The Lima Salvation Army is preparing people for the winter with two programs.

  • Becoming better leaders for the community

    Local businesses and organizations are spending two days working on their leadership skills to better serve our community.

  • More details released in Beaverdam Dollar General armed robbery

    The investigation is currently under way and anyone with any information regarding the subjects involved is asked to contact the Allen Co. Sheriffs Office Detective Bureau at (419) 993-1422 or Crime Stoppers at (419) 229-STOP (7867).

  • Legalizing fireworks in Ohio

    Ohio Lawmakers could soon be legalizing fireworks in Ohio. 

  • Medical marijuana talks continue

    The decision to permit or deny medical marijuana in the City of Lima will have to wait another six month.

  • Law enforcement investigating armed robbery at Beaverdam Dollar General

    Law enforcement continues to investigate an armed robbery at the Dollar General in Beaverdam Wednesday afternoon.

  • Is the world ending?

    Is Hurricane Irma the start of the end of the world? Are the recent natural disasters a sign of the apocalypse? 

  • Faces of Recovery

    Mental illness is a subject that many don't want to talk about, but all of us should be talking about. 

  • Annual Friends of the Symphony mum sale

    Things are blooming for the Lima Symphony as hundreds come out in support.

  • Haunted tours in Lima

    Calling all local ghost hunters and thrill lovers! You can soon take spook-tacular haunted historical tour!

  • Watching for criminal activity on accounts after Equifax hack

    One of the three major U.S. credit bureaus, Equifax, has been hacked, and they say that that means that an estimated 143 million U.S. consumers have now been exposed to the threat of identity theft. 

  • Rebate available for planting trees in Lima

    If you have been thinking about planting a tree in your yard, the Allen Soil and Water Conservation District might be able to help you.

  • Two arrested after high speed police chase in Findlay

    A busy morning for Findlay Police after a traffic stop led to a seven mile chase and a crash.

  • Officer Down Project at Heritage Elementary

    Lima City Students are sharing their thoughts with the families of officers and firefighters around the country.

  • Election Results,May 2017

    Complete coverage of the May 2017 Election results. Complete numbers from the Local Races & Issues.

  • According to a deputy with the Putnam County Sheriff's Department both cars were southbound on State Route 65.

    Two Hurt in Columbus Grove Crash

    Two people suffered minor injuries in an accident this afternoon in Columbus Grove.

  • U.S. Senator Rob Portman of Ohio announced last week that Ohio is eligible to receive $150,000 for additional recovery services under a new grant program authorized as part of his bipartisan Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act or CARA.

    CARA Grant money available to help treat drug addicts

    Some much needed assistance is on the way for drug addicts who need help.

  • Dominion - Sounds of the Season

    The Holiday season is finally here. Sit back and enjoy the Sounds of the Season, brought to you by Dominion. This showcases the talents of choirs from around the region.

  • Giving the gift of life helps cancer patients

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the American Red Cross wants to remind people about how important their gift of life is to cancer patients.

  • Local Men Participating in Red Bull Challenge

    Three Lima area 20 somethings need your help in their efforts to participate in an Amazing Race type event sponsored by an energy drink manufacturer.

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