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  • Delphos Mayor Michael Gallmeier resigns

    The City of Delphos announcing that Mayor Michael Gallmeier has submitted his resignation.

  • AAU Track Championships returning to Lima

    For the second year in a row, Lima will play host to Youth Track Championships. 

  • Coalition helping former inmates reenter society

    The mission is to help ex-offenders successfully re-enter society, and it's accomplished through collaborative partnerships.

  • Improvements at the Allen County Fairgrounds

    The Allen County Fairgrounds has seen several major improvements over the last several years and may be seeing some more.

  • Another pre-trial date set for Sam Crish

    Another pre-trial date has been set for former Allen County Sheriff, Sam Crish. 

  • Council approves tax abatement for renovations of former Lima Trust Building

    Lima City Council approved legislation this week, to provide a tax abatement for the renovation of the former Lima Trust Building.

  • Daquan Burse appears in court for preliminary hearing

    A Lima teen will be heading to the Allen County Common Pleas Court to face a charge related to the shooting death of another teen.

  • Longtime Professor at OSU Lima Named Interim Dean

    Longtime professor Brandesky named interim dean for Ohio State Lima

  • Andrew Mackey talking to voters about his candidacy for the seat Tuesday evening.

    Democrat Andrew Mackey Ready to Run for the 4th Congressional Seat

    The 2018 race for Ohio's 4th District Congressional Seat just got a little more crowded.  

  • Dackin Hired to Be New Bath School Superintendent

    The Bath School Board hired within to find its next Superintendent.  

  • Sertoma Club hosts Ohio Memorial Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen

    They are the airmen that took to the skies when they weren't always accepted and a little light was shone on their contributions to the nation Tuesday.

  • Democrats protest in Lima

    The Ohio Democratic Party Chairman and local Democrats held a news conference to highlight the Republican's proposed national health care plan.  

  • A rollover accident on I-75 sends seven to the hospital

    Seven people are sent to the hospital after a tire blowout causes crash.

  • One vehicle rollover on I-75

    Perry Township Fire Department responds to a one vehicle roll-over on 1-75 Tuesday afternoon. 

  • Stapleton trial pushed back

    The trial of the boyfriend accused of strangling his girlfriend to death last year has been pushed back to fall. 

  • Two injured in crash near Cairo

    Two people taken to the hospital after a crash near Cairo just before 5 p.m., Monday evening.

  • Lima hires temp detective, but process irks some council members

    The Lima City Council approved hiring some temporary help for the LPD detectives bureau, but some council members were not happy with the way that it was handled.

  • Gas prices around Ohio fall again

    Gas prices around Ohio have dipped further ahead of the official start of summer this week. 

  • Allen County Land Bank prepares for big demolition

    The Allen County Land Bank is gearing up for one of its biggest demolitions to date.

  • Law enforcement partner with Special Olympics athletes for Lima's first Torch Run

    Every year law enforcement nationwide partner with the Special Olympics to raise money for the Olympic games. This is the first year for Lima.

  • Harris considering plea deal

    The Lima teen accused of shooting a man to death during a robbery is considering a plea deal to possibly reduce his jail time. 

  • The annual festival is a fundraiser for the church parish.

    The St. Mary's Holy Rosary Festival rounds out

    Sunday was the final day for the holy rosary parish festival in st. Mary's.

  • A Walk With Grace filming at halfway point

    Hollywood actor Stephen Baldwin goes over his lines for A Walk With Grace. The crew has been shooting scenes at Diamond Manufacturing in Bluffton. The film stars Baldwin and David Lee Smith. 

  • According to fire officials, crews were called to this house at 906 Berryman after a passerby spotted smoke coming from the home.

    Early morning fire damages Shawnee Township home

    A Shawnee Township house sustained heavy damage due to a fire just after 6:30 a.m. Sunday. 

  • Watching over the storm drains helps reduce flooding and the health of the Ottawa River.

    Citizens encouraged to "adopt" a drain

    The Allen Soil and Water Conservation District is encouraging citizens to "adopt" a storm drain in front of their homes. 

  • Amber Alert: 1-year-old Keiria Marie Trent taken from home Sunday

    The Newark Ohio Division of Police has issued a statewide amber alert this afternoon after a man reportedly took his daughter. The missing child is Keiria Marie Trent, who is 1 year old, approximately 30 pounds and 3 feet tall with blonde hair and blue eyes. 

  • It’s a tradition that’s been held in Lima for years and years, though the goal of the event has been the same since the beginning: just having fun as a family.

    2017 Lima Soap Box Derby

    The air was alive with competition and fun in Faurot Park for the 2017 Lima Soap Box Derby.

  • On Saturday the LARKS Flying Club hosted a fly-in for enthusiasts using electric powered aircraft

    Sparks over LARKS

    Gary Williams has been flying radio controlled aircraft for nearly 30 years. He’s a member of the Lima Area Kontrol Society or LARKS, a non profit radio remote control flying club.

  • The program was part of Wal-Mart's Healthy Fair, and passed out information and stickers for kids.

    D.A.R.E. at the healthy fair

    The Allen County D.A.R.E. Program helped kids and parents alike Saturday morning.

  • The "Sentimental Journey" lands in Allen County

    One of the most iconic planes from World War II is the B-17 Bomber - a plane that protected our country back in the day, and one of those B-17 Bombers flew into Allen County as part of the "Summer Flying Legends of History" tour. 

  • Mural Unveiled at Literacy Council

    A new mural was unveiled this afternoon at the Northwest Ohio Literacy Council.

  • How locals are spending Father's Day

    Father's Day is this Sunday and according to the National Retail Federation, Americans are expected to spend a total of 15 billion dollars on Father's Day.

  • Putt Around Town

    As part of Love Lima Week the Lima Young Professionals, an offshoot of the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a fun event in the downtown. 

  • Rione Gray indicted in the murder of a Wapakoneta man

    A man extradited from Missouri in connection to the shooting death of a Wapakoneta man has been indicted. 

  • Suspect in Lima murder found in Las Vegas

    The second person wanted in connection of the murder of a Lima man back in August of 2016 has been captured.

  • Annual Soap Box Derby Race

    It's time for Lima's annual Soap Box Derby as race time is set for Saturday morning.

  • Williams indicted and charged with murder

    27-year-old Terry Williams had been indicted by an Allen County Grand Jury on two counts in the shooting death of Edward Henry at the Lima Apartments on 4th Street.

  • Missing St. Marys teen

    News from the St. Marys Police Department as they've been searching for a missing teenager.

  • Collaborative group participates in World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

    A collaborative group brought important information to senior citizens Thursday afternoon.

  • Cooking for a Change

    Lima Senior High School and the Apollo Culinary Arts Department are teaching the community about healthy cooking habits.

  • Overall forecast looks encouraging for area farmers

    Despite a rough start to the planting and growing season, there is reason for optimism and encouragement in the farming business.

  • Signs show Lima's efforts to reduce stormwater

    Lima citizens can keep informed with how stormwater is being filtered in the city thanks to signs installed throughout Lima. 

  • What is Normal? The Stigma of Mental Illness - Part Three

    In part three of "What is Normal? The Stigma of Mental Illness", Holly Geaman tells us about treatments and help that are available right here in our community.

  • 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.

  • Economic Forecast for 2017

    Our economy looks bright, according to economic forecast released today by Citizens National Bank.   Economist Robert Morgan spoke to local business owners about what the economy will look like for 2017.  Morgan says a lot of people have recovered from the recession of 2008 and 2009 and have paid off most of their debt that they accumulated. He says that incomes have increased allowing for more people to save and spend money to stimulate the economy and next year,, he ...
  • 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.

  • Sleeping Positions Causing Health Concerns

    sleeping positions causing health concerns

    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.

  • Air Conditioning Cooling Tips

    air conditioning cooling tips

    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.

  • 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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