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The Ohio Department of Transportation asking drivers to be mindful of their workers out on the roads. ODOT District 1 announced that an employee was in a work truck that had been struck by another vehicle in a work zone near Findlay last week. More >>

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Helping out her community was the goal for Jefferson Award winner Taylor Paul as she took on a few projects for St. Paul United Church of Christ in New Bremen. When having to choose what she was going to do for her Girl Scouts Gold Award, New Bremen High School senior Taylor Paul decided to … More >>

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The State of Ohio is reporting that there are now 39 deaths and 1,933 confirmed cases of COVID-19.    475 of that number are hospitalized, 163 have been admitted to the ICU.  Locally the numbers reported by the state stayed basically the same as Sunday.  Monday afternoon, Hancock County anno… More >>

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We take a look at our third cold case as part of series with the Lima Police Department. It was the night of Sept. 25, 2005, around the intersection of W. Market St. and N. Metcalf St. 53-year-old Lucious Upshaw was leaving some friends’ home at 555 W. Market St. As he got into his Cadillac … More >>

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The Better Business Bureau is warning people about scammer taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak. The agency says that there are people getting calls or emails from individuals who claim to be from the Center for Disease Control or Homeland Security. The scammers are saying to qualify fo… More >>

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Lima City Council members will be attending the meeting through audio and video, To comply with the state's order of no gathering of 10 people are more.  No council members, city staff, or the public will be able to attend in person.  But the residents can view the meeting on the GTV Lima ch… More >>

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Lima Mayor David Berger is encouraging residents to take the time to complete the 2020 US Census. Multiple mailings have gone out to residents with instructions on how to fill it out. This is the first year you can complete it online, by phone and the traditional form and mail it in. The imp… More >>

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The Lima Fire Department is investigating a Friday morning fire that destroyed a vacant home. Fire officials say they were called out to a home at the intersection of Wayne and Pine Streets just after 12:30 am. When they arrived, there were heavy flames coming from the back of the house. Fir… More >>

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Severe weather can strike us at any time, even at night while we are sleeping. So, it’s critical to have multiple ways to receive weather alerts and to understand what the alerts mean. A watch is issued when conditions are favorable for severe weather to occur, and this is the time to get pr… More >>

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Press Release from the Delphos Police Department: On 3-14-2020 an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. During the traffic stop officers found the driver, 29 year old Jonathon Blaine, of Delphos, to be in possession of Ha… More >>

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Lima Memorial wants to address potential treatments of patients who may contract the coronavirus. The hospital wants to remind everyone that it is important to stay away from others if you feel any symptoms of sickness, whether it be COVID-19 related or not. And if you happen to be admitted … More >>

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A worldwide manufacturer with a Lima presence is helping to fight the coronavirus outbreak. Only days after their co-workers in Europe started manufacturing and distributing hand sanitizer, the team at the Lima Procter and Gamble plant started making the hand sanitizer here. According to the… More >>

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Lima police are looking into a stabbing report from Wednesday night. Officers were called out just after 10 o-clock to Mercy Health-St. Rita's for someone with non-life-threatening stab wounds. Officers talked with the victim, 29-year-old Napoleon Smith of Lima. Investigators say the inciden… More >>

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In just one short year, these two women have touched the heart and sole of hundreds of children in Allen County, one shoe at a time. When Kandi and Kim Graham started volunteering their time at local schools, they noticed a great need for shoes for the students. This daughter/mother-in-law d… More >>

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The second man involved in robbing an Auglaize County woman will serve the same time as his accomplice.Jason Sledge was sentenced to the agreed upon time of seven years in prison for aggravated robbery with a firearm specification. He could serve up to nine years. A woman agreed to sell a vi… More >>

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No new orders have come from Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday but we are seeing new data on the track Ohio is on. Dr. Amy Acton released the latest numbers of Coronavirus in Ohio. As of Thursday morning, there are 867 cases and 15 deaths. Acton and DeWine expressed how much social distancing has… More >>

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Lima Mayor David Berger is encouraging residents to take the time to complete the 2020 US Census. Multiple mailings have gone out to residents with instructions on how to fill it out. This is the first year you can complete it online, by phone and the traditional form and mail it in. The imp… More >>

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The Lima Fire Department is investigating a Friday morning fire that destroyed a vacant home. Fire officials say they were called out to a home at the intersection of Wayne and Pine Streets just after 12:30 am. When they arrived, there were heavy flames coming from the back of the house. Fir… More >>

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Severe weather can strike us at any time, even at night while we are sleeping. So, it’s critical to have multiple ways to receive weather alerts and to understand what the alerts mean. A watch is issued when conditions are favorable for severe weather to occur, and this is the time to get pr… More >>

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Press Release from the Delphos Police Department: On 3-14-2020 an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. During the traffic stop officers found the driver, 29 year old Jonathon Blaine, of Delphos, to be in possession of Ha… More >>

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Lima Memorial wants to address potential treatments of patients who may contract the coronavirus. The hospital wants to remind everyone that it is important to stay away from others if you feel any symptoms of sickness, whether it be COVID-19 related or not. And if you happen to be admitted … More >>

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A worldwide manufacturer with a Lima presence is helping to fight the coronavirus outbreak. Only days after their co-workers in Europe started manufacturing and distributing hand sanitizer, the team at the Lima Procter and Gamble plant started making the hand sanitizer here. According to the… More >>

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Lima police are looking into a stabbing report from Wednesday night. Officers were called out just after 10 o-clock to Mercy Health-St. Rita's for someone with non-life-threatening stab wounds. Officers talked with the victim, 29-year-old Napoleon Smith of Lima. Investigators say the inciden… More >>

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In just one short year, these two women have touched the heart and sole of hundreds of children in Allen County, one shoe at a time. When Kandi and Kim Graham started volunteering their time at local schools, they noticed a great need for shoes for the students. This daughter/mother-in-law d… More >>

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The second man involved in robbing an Auglaize County woman will serve the same time as his accomplice.Jason Sledge was sentenced to the agreed upon time of seven years in prison for aggravated robbery with a firearm specification. He could serve up to nine years. A woman agreed to sell a vi… More >>

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No new orders have come from Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday but we are seeing new data on the track Ohio is on. Dr. Amy Acton released the latest numbers of Coronavirus in Ohio. As of Thursday morning, there are 867 cases and 15 deaths. Acton and DeWine expressed how much social distancing has… More >>

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The West Ohio Food Bank is continuing their efforts to provide food to everyone who may need that extra help during the pandemic. They are working to keep drive-through food distributions going and are also working on new programs to help others who may not be able to make it to the food ban… More >>

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A Bluffton resident is putting the COVID-19 outbreak into perspective, by taking the data collected around the world to help people see what could happen in his village.  Doctor Ross Kauffman teaches public health at Ohio Northern University and he helped produce a video to model the impact … More >>

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Officials at Mercy Health-St. Rita's confirm a patient who has tested positive for COVID-19, has been treated there. A release from the hospital says, "Mercy Health-St. Rita's has cared for a patient who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus COVID-19." More >>

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It may be hard to smile during these stressful times, but one local photographer is hoping to change that by hopping on a nationwide project. It is called the "Front Steps Project". It was created by a New York photographer to capture families on their front porches and lawns during this tim… More >>

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Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown is currently working on a plan to help healthcare workers with the shortage of personal protective equipment. Brown recently sent a letter to President Donald Trump with nine steps the administration could take to address this issue. One step is to designate a gove… More >>

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Health officials say the call center has helped in keeping the volume of people at area hospitals and emergency departments down. It's been more than a week and the calls now average 150 a day. Out of those, about 50 were forwarded to the community evaluation centers set up to test for other… More >>

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Those who know Sally Windle know that she has been an instrumental part of building the arts community in Lima. Over the past 30 years, she has served on several boards, taught art classes, and has been heavily involved with Downtown Lima, Inc. She is also the founding member of Arts Advocac… More >>

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Artspace/Lima is bringing some excitement and joy into young people's lives through its free create a graphic novel to go bags. The Met and The Meeting Place were busy today as families came to pick up the bags.Inside each bag are comic strips which allow kids to create their own creative no… More >>

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The Lima Police Department is investigating a shooting after a man was treated for a gunshot wound at Mercy Health-St. Rita's. Around 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, officers spoke with John Manley who was treated for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his right hand. Manley did not want to… More >>

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Although the Ohio statewide tornado drill was canceled Wednesday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now would be great for your family to utilize this time at home to practice tornado safety. When it comes to staying safe when severe weather strikes, prevention and practice before the storm is ke… More >>