CLOSINGS & DELAYS
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Members of the Lima Symphony Orchestra took their show on the road Tuesday morning for families in Wapakoneta.
The symphony put on the "Symphony Storytime" event at the Auglaize County District Library. The program involves reading stories, accompanied by live music performed by members of the symphony.
We need to fix it and we need to fix it for good. That from Allen County Commissioner Greg Sneary.
Commissioners meeting Tuesday morning to discuss with each other what they have found in their "due diligence" of factfinding on what they want to do about a building department for the county.
A Celina man is now in jail after sheriff's deputies found drugs on him during a traffic stop on Monday.
What started off as just a traffic stop for 32-year-old Tyler Weitz, quickly escalated to a drug search, according to Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey.
The Dublin woman accused of killing a St. Marys man last fall will be spending the rest of her life institutionalized in a facility in Columbus.
54-year-old Karen Fontenot was found not competent to stand trial for the murder of 56-year-old Joe Hunter.
A special event Monday night in Wapakoneta, ahead of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
At the Auglaize County Library in Wapakoneta, people enjoyed a free presentation of "An Astronaut Wife's Life" featuring guest speaker Simone Thomas, wife of retired NASA astronaut Dr. Don Thomas.
Allen County Commissioners say they will be facing challenges when it comes to capital projects in 2019.
Commissioners holding their annual re-organizational meeting required by law and Commissioner Jay Begg will be the board's president for 2019.
Local business leaders are learning how they may be able to help employees dealing with grief.
The executive director of "Cornerstone of Hope" speaking to Lima Rotarians about their counseling services.
While today is national "Clean Off Your Desk Day," H & R Block is looking to fill those desks with school supplies.
Today, H & R Block hosted a "Stock the Desk" event, where community members were encouraged to donate school supplies to benefit teachers and students across the nation.
Keith Faber was sworn in as Ohio's 33rd Auditor of State.
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy administered the oath to Faber in the Ohio Senate chamber today(1/14/19). Faber has nearly two decades of service as an elected official in Columbus, serving as a state representative, state senator, and Senate president.