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Cancer survivors treated to day of pampering Video included

Women connected by the common bond of survivorship are treated to a day of beauty and rest. Nearly 70 cancer survivors taking part in the first Surviving Cancer Beautifully day at the Ohio State Beauty Academy.  More>>

Lima firefighter charged with DUI, resisting arrest Video included

A recently hired firefighter, still under probation with the Lima Fire Department, pleads not guilty to four charges including resisting arrest. 26 year old Deborah Smith of Lima was arrested early Saturday morning by deputies with the Allen County Sheriff's Office. Smith pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Lima Municipal Court to resisting arrest, drinking and driving, running a stop sign, and having expired license plate tags.  More>>

Lima Student Passes Out Following Challenge Video included

There was the Cinnamon Challenge, the Ice Bucket Challenge, and now there's the Pass Out Challenge. The dangerous challenge occurred this week at a Lima City School and is a growing problem all over the country. More>>

NAACP Says Election was legit

Moore told Your News Now that information on the election was sent out in the mail, and that voting took place from the morning through the afternoon. Those who chose to attend cast their votes. The majority of the vote went to Reverend Fails, making him the new president. More>>

Consumer Confidence Highest in 7 Years Video included

The stability of the economy is partly determined on how stable the consumer believes it is. In August consumer confidence jumped to it's highest in seven years. More>>

Lima Public Works Committee Video included

The City of Lima has to use taxpayer money for the upkeep of vacant or abandoned lots, how many of these properties the city is dealing with will be calculated soon.  More>>

Fighting to Remove Reverend Ronald Fails Video included

Despite his current run-ins with the law, Reverend Ronald Fails was voted in as the local NAACP leader. Making up nearly 80 percent of the local NAACP community in Lima, the Black Ministerial Association is fighting what they consider to be a bogus election.  More>>

Love and Lyrics for Cancer Support Video included

A fundraiser took place in Cridersville to help support families affected by cancer. Volunteers with Ride Out for a Cure, hosted the Love and Lyrics for Cancer Support fundraiser, at the Village Cafe. More>>

Kenton Crackdown on Loose Dogs Video included

Police in Kenton are cracking down on dogs that are running loose after officers had to kill two pit bull dogs in separate incidents recently. More>>

What Ever Happened to Baby VaLaire? Video included

The Allen County Museum held a special presentation that answered the question...what happened to Baby VaLaire? More>>

Governor's Cup Regatta Video included

The Celina Governor's Cup Regatta took place this weekend. Despite the recent issues with the water-quality of Grand Lake, people gathered on the edge of the lake for the American Power Boat Association. More>>

Grants Help Putnam Co. Sheriff's Budget Video included

The Putnam County Sheriff's Office is looking for additional funding. Thanks to their grant administrator, Staci Schroeder, they've been able to acquire three big grants to help them with equipment and manpower. More>>

Spartan Stadium Dedicated Video included

Say goodbye to Lima Stadium. A new era for the football stadium was marked with the completion of a nearly two million dollar project which included demolition of the west side bleachers which were constructed as a WPA project in 1936.  More>>

Democrats Visit Lima Video included

Two democratic candidates visited Lima to speak with voters. Nina Turner and Janet Garret spoke about their goals and agendas at the UAW Hall off Bellfontaine Avenue. More>>

Students Assist Community Video included

Incoming students at Ohio Northern University got to know the community better today. The Third Annual Ada Civic Engagement Day took place in partnership with the village of Ada.  More>>

Military Induction Ceremony Video included

Prior to the Toby Keith concert at the Allen County Fairgrounds, forty young men and women were inducted into the military.  More>>

WSU Lake Campus opens 2nd Villa Video included

Ron Acosta, an incoming freshman at Wright State University's Lake Campus is getting settled into student housing. Acosta, from Florida, represents a new type of student for the Lake Campus, one that lives on campus. More>>

Justice Judith French Visits ONU

Ohio Supreme Court Justice, Judith French, stopped at Ohio Northern University on Friday to talk with first year law students. Justice French may sit on the Ohio Supreme Court, but before she took the bench, she was once a law student. On Friday, she took the time to share stories and advice from law school, as well as from her time in the profession. One topic she continued to discuss was the importance of communicating verbally and in writing. Justice French said she had to learn how to ... More>>

Exotic Animals Exhibit Video included

Pigs, cows, and horse…These are the standard animals you would expect to encounter when going to the fair. Allison Peters has found that not everything has to be traditional especially when it comes to the animals.  More>>

Senator Brown Presents Findlay Vet with Medals Video included

Sergeant James Goshe didn't enter the military for medals, but now 9 years after he returned from Iraq, he was presented with 8 medals and ribbons by Senator Sherrod Brown. More>>

Live from Youth Day at the Allen Co.Fair Video included

Monday highlights the importance of youth involvement in 4-H as well as the D.A.R.E. Program. It's all about kids at the Allen County Fair. More>>

Arrest Made in 1981 Cold Case Video included

The television network TNT recently came to Paulding County, to film an episode of their series "Cold Justice". Focusing on the 1981 unsolved murder of Alma Noffsinger. More>>

Lake Improvements Video included

The Lake Improvement Association met today in Celina, to update residents about the state of Grand Lake St. Marys.   More>>

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