A brother and sister from Logan County are trying to bring some joy to some patients at Nationwide Children's Hospital by bringing them 6,000 toys.
Despite the closing of the Allen county probate and juvenile courts today, employees were still hard at developing their leadership, communication, and relationships skills.
The former band director convicted of attempting to procure nude material from a minor was just denied his appeal.
A Columbus Grove man facing several charges of rape was sentenced to prison today.
Four Allen County organizations who help children and veterans in need, got some extra money to help continue their mission.
The holidays can be anything but jolly for those who are having trouble getting food on the table.
While many of us are looking toward Santa's arrival, several Lima area children are looking back at Halloween.
The City of Lima is now looking for a new human resources director after the mayor receives a letter of resignation.
Despite the closing of the Allen County probate and juvenile courts Wednesday, employees were still hard at work developing their leadership, communication, and relationships skills.
A local corporation made a substantial donation to a campaign of Crime Victim Services.
This ornament has become part of a special Christmas tradition all because of a pen pal exchange in elementary school.
A major milestone Tuesday for Mercy Health St. Rita's Medical Center.
A local service organization giving back to the community with an annual holiday tradition that sparks a little competition.
The portal is open and hundreds of Ohioans have registered to legally consume marijuana for medicinal purposes.
The Lima/Allen County Building Department is looking to expand upon 2018 success.
A single car accident outside of Delphos sent one woman to the hospital.
A Christmas miracle. This Harrod couple never thought they’d be touched by someone’s generosity and on Saturday, that all changed.
After almost 100 years of service, a beloved Landeck-area school may have to close.
'Tis the season to go out and look at Christmas decorations and Downtown Lima Inc. wants you to include a trip to the heart of Lima.
Most have grown up with a keyboard in their hand and this week Lima City School students are expanding their computer knowledge into coding.
Monday, students at Elida High School received a lesson about a health topic that affects hundreds of Ohioans.
An unforeseen accident may delay construction on Jameson Avenue.
A Spencerville man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend has taken a plea deal.
Some housekeeping matters were taken care of today in the court proceedings for Justin Shears.
The Lima Police Department is investigating an overnight break-in at J's American Pub and some other crimes that led to the overall theft of an ATM.
Senior Citizens Services and Bradfield Community Center teamed up and found a way to add some sleigh bells to a popular fitness program.
A Lima church took the community back in time with a colonial-themed Christmas tea.
As college students prepare to return home during the holiday season, the City of Lima Department of Public Works wants to them to know that now is the ideal time to apply for a summer job.
The Lima Police Department hosted a Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, hoping to show women that they do not need to be stronger than their attacker in order to overpower them.
The Lima community heard the sounds of Christmas as they were meant to be heard.
The Ohio SPCA invited out Lima's furry little friends for an opportunity to get their photo with Santa "Paws".
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas and a program today helped people get in touch with those good feeling that are associated with the holiday.
It could be called the perfect trifecta, Crafts, food and of course the big man himself Santa Claus.
There's new direction announced at our OSU's campus today.
"A date that will live in infamy", that from President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Congress the day after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
In 2017, 39 people in Allen County died from a drug overdose. As we close out 2018, that number stands at one, in part due to the work done by the members of the Opioid Action Commission over the past two years.
The City of Lima is hoping to get the ball rolling once again on their grade separation project at Bellefontaine Rd. and Elm St. after weeks of delays.
A place that you might not expect is spreading a little holiday cheer this season.
Close to 100 volunteers recently participated in Make a Difference Day, a day dedicated to improving the lives of others and making Lima a better place to live.
The State Fire Marshal's Office has closed their investigation into the September house explosion that killed 96-year-old Gladys Ward.
Friday, children at the Lima Public Library got to experience a Christmas-themed story time like never before.
Close to 300 kids had the opportunity to grant their wishes with Santa and even got an early Christmas gift during the Help Me Grow Christmas party today.
The Allen Lima Youth Leadership had an educational session Friday at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
Lima’s Young Professionals are honoring people in the community for their efforts and hard work.
It’s been bringing smiles to the faces of kids for six decades and it continued that tradition Thursday night.
Students at Marimor school got to hear their favorite stories in a new way.
It was a night of holiday cheer at Mercy Health - St. Rita's Medical Center as families came out for the 2018 Holiday Street Fair.
After accusations of Lima councilman Jamie Dixon's residence, law director Tony Geiger seems to have put the issue to rest.
One of the first programs to be held at the Allen County Council on Aging is the annual Sweaters for Seniors event.
After months of renovations, the Allen County Council on Aging has settled into their new home at 700 N.Main Street.
Once again the Lima Memorial Hospital Auxiliary made great strides to support the hospital.
The Allen County Sheriff's Office is donating to a few local charities, thanks in part to "No Shave November."
It’s a sign of the times at the Allen County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Matt Treglia said the county jail’s new video visitation program will bring the facility into the 21st century.
In an effort to better prepare women for the holiday season, the Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce held its annual women in business jollification.
This year one Lima Senior High School student will be getting an early Christmas present that will totally change his life.
The east side of Lima has a new grocery store.
The Perry Township Fire Department hosted their first annual community day, welcoming anyone to the station to learn more about what they do.
The Delphos Canal Days festival had a busy day planned for community members of all ages.
Allen County voters got the chance to talk face to face with two republicans that are running for the two top seats in the general election
Kids may be dreading it and parents may be welcoming it, but either way, you say it you can deny that it's almost back to school time.
Local companies are thinking about the questions they have regarding medical marijuana.
With the warm temperatures and humidity levels running high this week, air conditioners across the region will be hard at work keeping us cool. With every call coming in to our local HVAC technicians across the region, the urgent need to cool us down is of the highest priority.