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  • Participating students were from grades 5 to 12 and presented their work for the chance to move on to the next level with their science projects.

    Students participate in West Central District 6 Science Day

    Around 85 students from 10 surrounding counties displayed their research and results that they have been putting together over the last few months for this year's Science Day at Ohio Northern University.

  • ONU hosts annual Law Review Symposium

    Students at Ohio Northern University got to learn the in's and out's of health care law from the experts on Friday.

  • Ohio Northern students learn how to use social media in a business sense

    It is no secret that social media is a big part of the personal lives of college students, but it also can help them when they enter the professional world.

  • State Highway Patrol: Have a plan for St. Patrick's Day

    According to officials, on St. Patrick's Day last year, there were 39 people injured due to alcohol related crashes.

  • Millennials leading pack for family vacations in 2018

    Spring is almost here and for many families that means Spring Break is coming up on the calendar. 

  • Ohio Senator pushes for bill to end human trafficking

    There's growing support from an Ohio legislator for a bill to work towards the end of human trafficking. 

  • Unemployment numbers rise in West Central Ohio in January

    Most of our local counties saw an increase in the unemployment numbers at the first of the year. 

  • Brown introduces a different infrastructure plan

    Senator Sherrod Brown unveiled a plan to create jobs and invest in American infrastructure that is a different take than the 1.5 trillion dollar plan offered up by President Trump.

  • 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.

  • "Getting Dirty for Downs"

    The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Toledo got a little dirty today to raise money and awareness for a great cause.  Their 3rd annual Mud Volleyball Tournament at Ada War Memorial Park features teams from northwest Ohio and beyond.  Up to 2015, the tournament had raised $8,900 for the local Down syndrome Association. But the executive director says money isn't the only important part about this tournament. "Our organization, we serve families in 17 counties ...