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Lima City Council met to approve the designation of the 113-115 East Spring Street building as a historic structure. The building was purchased by Heaphy Harmony redevelopment and will undergo renovations before being turned into a business. This designation will allow the developers to appl… More >>

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The Allen County Quiz Bowl kicked off Monday afternoon, a competition that brings 12 area schools to the campus of UNOH to test their skills. The 7th and 8th-grade competition is one of three divisions that will participate in the Quiz Bowl. There are around 8 to 10 kids per team, and they w… More >>

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Retiring Ohio Northern University president Dr. Dan DiBiasio reflected back on his time at ONU with the Lima Rotary Club Monday afternoon. DiBiasio started at ONU 11 years ago and is planning to retire from the university this coming June.  More >>

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They have been awarded the American Heart Association's Stroke Silver Plus Award for following stroke treatments based on nationally recognized, researched based guidelines. Lima Memorial applied for the award by demonstrating their work with stroke patients and the health and rehab educatio… More >>

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According to the Delphos Police Department, on April 2nd officers responded to a disturbance at the apartments located at 111 North Main Street. They found Spurr had broken out the windows of his apartment along with setting fire to burnable items inside his apartment. Officers saw burnt wal… More >>

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The community gathered in downtown lima for a rally to promote medical freedom. The Lima Community for Medical Freedom organized the rally and state that the goal of the event was to deliver a message of freedom both locally and at the state level. More >>

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Around 8:30 p.m. Friday, scanner traffic indicated the request for a tanker and for mutual aid to a barn fire located at 652 Township Road 110 outside of Alger. No information has been released on damage or if any injuries have occurred. We will update when it becomes available. More >>

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On October 5th through the 7th, families are welcome to stop in the Salvation Army to grab coats and other winter gear ahead of the season. Families will have to bring proof of household members along with proof of income and expenses. The Salvation Army is located at 614 E. Market Street in… More >>

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Planning a trip or traveling, in general, has looked a lot different since the pandemic hit. One effect of the pandemic is that more people are opting to insure their trips. Some insurance providers have even started offering plans that cover losses because of covid-19 or other epidemic dise… More >>

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Dr. Charles Rossfeld has been a benefit to the community in the Lima Noon Sertoma Club for 60 years. He has always been known as a hard worker, showing up to every event the club holds and working hard for the whole day. On Thursday, Dr. Rossfeld was awarded the Regional Sertoman of the Year… More >>

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A Lima man who was arrested back in July for an incident in front of Dollar General has his court case set.  George Crisp was charged with felonious assault after police say he took a victim to the ground and strangled her until she lost consciousness. More >>

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The City Planning Commission approved of a resolution to send a proposal to City Council which will change the zoning of the area to the east of Main Street, to the West of the railroad tracks near Jackson Street, to the north of the Ottawa River, and to the South the railroad tracks near Pe… More >>

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A Lima man gets charged with having sexual contact with a young child.  58-year-old James Spears was indicted by the Allen County Grand Jury on 10 counts of gross sexual imposition.   According to the indictment, the victim is under 13 years old and the alleged offenses took place from Janua… More >>

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On July 12th, Lima Police Officers were called out to the 1600 block of W. Wayne Street for a possible shooting. But they found three victims inside the home had actually been pistol-whipped during an apparent robbery. Detectives say two shots were fired by the suspects but none of the victi… More >>

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COVID headlines across the United States have been pretty consistent over the last few weeks, as hospitals are becoming overwhelmed with patients, with the delta variant tearing through the country. Here locally, it’s much of the same, as Lima Memorial Health System says that about half of t… More >>

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According to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Allen County fell from 6.3% in July to 5.3% in August. Mercer County has the second lowest unemployment rate in the state at 3.4%, just behind Holmes County. Hardin County fell 1.3% between July and August, which is the biggest dro… More >>