Ohio Northern University students make their way into the Ottawa River as part of their education.
Despite stormy weather and cold temperatures, the NAACP raised over $1,300 to benefit area college students.
The Lima Junior Service League distributed some books to students at South Science Technology Magnet on Tuesday.
Details discussed further Monday night in Lima City Council Chambers, on a proposed Information Technology Department and position of Chief Technology Officer.
It has been one year since the big announcement of the multi-million dollar renovation of a historic downtown Lima building.
The heads of several local law enforcement agencies, speaking candidly at the Lima Rotary Club at a roundtable dialogue.
Ohio State Lima is opening up their doors for students looking to learn more about computer science.
It's an exciting time for the Benroth family as they officially reopen one of their four car wash locations.
The Allen County Council on Aging is preparing to move to their new location on Main Street.
Fresh of the presses, the League of Women Voters Voting Guide is available now.
Ticket sales are on the rise as the jackpots for Mega Millions and Powerball combine to be $1 million short of a billion.
In a turn of events, Marchion Williams, who was scheduled for sentencing today has decided to fire her court-appointed lawyer.
A Lima man is in critical condition after he was hit by a semi last night as he was walking along a road.
Not only did the students at Spencerville Elementary School get to dress up like superheroes on Monday, they also had a visit from Omegaman.
An Allen County teen killed and 5 other people injured in a two vehicle crash Saturday night.
A Beaverdam bar brought the pool players our to cue up for the cure. In conjunction with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the first Beaverdam Cue Up for the Cure was held at Thirsty's Food and Spirits.
The Lima chapter of the NAACP held a press conference at Grace World Ministries Church Saturday afternoon to announce their support of a local family trying to get a child out of foster care.
The Lima Allen County Neighborhoods in Partnership brought some of the more well-known faces of Lima/Allen County to the dance floor.
Hundreds of breast cancer survivors and supporters brought their walking shoes to the University of Northwestern Ohio campus to make strides for cancer.
The popularity of a women’s tea is helping more women get a higher education.
Mixing children stories with classical music has been successful combination for the Lima Symphony Orchestra.
For more than five decades the Lima Symphony Orchestra has been engaging students with the performing arts.
Local agencies and organizations will be making a difference in their neighborhoods thanks to the City of Lima.
Agribusiness is big business in Allen County and the Allen Lima Leadership class is learning why.
A possible faulty gas connection caused damage during a house fire this morning outside of Westminster.
Questions are swirling in Ohio's auditor race about candidates' handling of their personal tax payments.
Before the Lima Spartans take on Findlay for their homecoming football game, they channeled their school spirit into supporting a cause close to their community.
A common phone scam targeting grandparents is making its rounds in our area.
Lima Senior High School students got some real-world experience in the culinary arts.
Before cell phones, home computers, and even color TV could be found in homes around Lima, HCF Management was serving the Lima community.
As a part of National Fire Prevention Week, the Lima Fire Department invited the community out to see how they teach children about fire safety.
As the weather cools off and the crops are harvested, small animals and insects will start looking for new places to live, and that new place could be your home.
The sale of some military vehicles could fund some capital projects for Allen County.
Thousands of University of Northwestern Ohio students got the chance to meet with different employers about their future.
If you are a train enthusiast or just like history you will want to be in Lincoln Park this Saturday.
Republicans in Allen County gathered at the Knights of Columbus in Lima to spread one message, get out and vote.
For the 19th year, you can drive around Lima and find trees planted in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The partnership between Elida School District and the University of Northwestern Ohio continues to help international students.
The Elida FFA had their annual Apple Butter Day on Thursday.
Exploring and widening options for student's futures. That was the goal at an event in Lima Wednesday night.
The American Township Fire Department recognizing Fire Prevention Week.
The Lima Fire Department is inviting the community out to Safety City tomorrow afternoon.
Investigators return to Interstate 75 this afternoon concerning the case involving the remains of a Michigan man found along the highway last week.
The Lima Salvation Army is helping local families get a head start on the holiday season.
Grandparents were invited to see what their grandchildren are up to at Apollo Career Center Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday marked the first day of absentee voting.
The Allen County Sheriff's Office was able to raise $475 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and it was done with special pink badges.
Firefighters across the country are focusing on students this week for Fire Prevention Week.
Students at Shawnee Elmwood Elementary School started National Chemistry Week a little early this year.
The Bath Township Fire Department once again responding to a fire at a vacant motel.
Today is National Walk to School Day and this year the City of Delphos took part in it.
Enrollment at Apollo Career Center is at a record high as more students are choosing career tech.
It was a day to start thinking about life after high school for some Lima Senior High students.
Young dancers from around the area auditioned for a spot in the upcoming performance of the Nutcracker.
It's that time of year once again - where farmers are taking to the fields and beginning their harvest, raking in all of the hard work that they've done throughout the year.
The Lima Police Department is on the lookout for a suspect that robbed a person trying to get money from a northside ATM.
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.