The Lake Improvement Association is gearing the community for a fun summer at Grand Lake St. Marys with the annual Summer Kickoff.
Downtown Spencerville got the fun rolling with the annual Spencerville Summerfest.
Secretary of State Jon Husted's office released political party statistics for how Ohio voted in 2018's May primary.
If you have cancer or know someone that has been stricken with cancer, the one thing you need the most of is hope.
Allen County will be spending less than anticipated paving roads this year.
With the recent rain, the corn crops are way past the old adage "knee high at the 4th of July" and could possibly become dangerous at rural intersections.
Several area citizens, including people living in Bluffton, have noticed that their water is tasting strange.
Two people were sent to the hospital after their vehicle hits a building.
Helping families stay together when faced with homelessness is why he does it.
As a part of the Democratic Party, Lima Mayor David Berger and Councilwoman Carla Thompson are calling on Attorney General Mike DeWine for changes.
It's becoming a growing craze, yoga with animals and Lima is getting a chance to join in.
In the latest move from the Trump administration, the U.S. has announced the withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Two United States Senators for Ohio took to the Senate floor following President Trump's new Immigration Policy.
A dangerous plant known to cause blindness has begun to sprout again.
The restoration of a prairie site continues with the installation of a new sign.
It pits co-workers against bosses and companies against each other, the "Battle of the Businesses" is back.
Now that school is out and summer is underway, Your Hometown Stations is proud to announce our scholarship winners for Scholastic Arts Spotlight.
Part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Month, the community was invited to a free cookout on Thursday.
A two-car accident sent two drivers to the hospital around noon on Thursday.
Over 100 young adults in our area celebrated Wednesday night, the transition to the next chapter in their lives.
Wednesday night, the newest deputies were sworn in by Sheriff Matt Treglia.
The University of Findlay volleyball team is serving their knowledge to local middle schoolers this week at the Lima YMCA.
With unemployment numbers up in the last month, Joe Patton of Ohio Means Jobs weighs in on why those numbers could be on the rise.
The City of Lima is once again in need of a few good men and women.
After months of discussion, a cooperative agreement could be the stimulus to increase housing in Lima-Allen County.
Ohio State University's annual bus tour made a stop in Lima this afternoon.
Two Lima natives became YouTube sensations for their series, depicting a mother and son's battle with dementia. Now they're returning to Lima and our Marina Neuman has their story.
A Wapakoneta man was killed and two others injured in an ATV accident early Sunday morning.
Rhodes State College now has all the parcels of land needed to build the Center for Health Science Education and Innovation.
It will cut wages and provide unskilled labor. Those were a few of the concerns brought to the Allen County Commissioners Tuesday morning.
As news of increased production at the JSMC is announced, the grant from the Office of Economic Adjustment of the Department of Defense is coming to an end.
Helping young adults find their way in the world is the mission of a local ministry on Lima's north end.
Before Monday's indictment, former Allen County Sheriff Sam Crish sought out treatment for a gambling addiction. There are also many ways to seek help, such as treatment which is often free, and the Ohio Problem Gambling Hotline.
Lima's Joint Systems Manufacturing Center could be seeing a boost with the latest National Defense Authorization Act.
The majority of local counties saw an increase in unemployment rates for the month of May.
Allen County Sheriff Matt Treglia sat down with Your Hometown Stations on Tuesday following Monday's indictment of former county sheriff Sam Crish.
The Shawnee teacher who allegedly had sexual contact with a female student agreed to a plea deal Tuesday morning.
Press Release from Rhodes State College LIMA (June 14, 2018) – Mary L. Marker was honored with the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award by the Ohio Association of Community Colleges at its Annual Conference on June 8, 2018.
Training for new entrepreneurs was a big topic of discussion at Monday night's Lima City Council meeting.
Law enforcement communities throughout the state are coming together to achieve one common goal, to raise awareness for Special Olympics Ohio.
A 21-month investigation by the Cleveland office of the FBI has resulted in the six-count indictment against former Allen County Sheriff Sam Crish.
With the official arrival of summer later this week, one local agency is offering a summer day camp to keep children active.
Health officials say they have come fast and hard with a one-two punch: seasonal allergies.
The man charged in the Gas Station Bar murder last summer will be spending up to 14 years in prison.
Here is the complete indictment against former Allen County Sheriff Sam Crish.
We're now three months into the reconstruction project on West St., and construction and traffic is moving right along.
Father's Day is here and people all over were out celebrating not just the dads in their life but also the men who have been a positive influence.
Hancock County has dropped charges against a Lima man just days before his trial was set to begin.
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.
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.
Are you someone who usually awakes from a long night's sleep with aches and pains? Specialists believe it may be because of the way that you're sleeping.
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.