Review Category : Local News

North Baltimore School District Begins Search For New Treasurer

10/27/16 – 8:33 A.M.

The North Baltimore School District needs a new treasurer. The Courier reports the district plans to start a search for the position next week. The current treasurer is Eve Baldwin. She announced earlier this year she would retire at the end of December. Baldwin has served in the role for 26 years.

Superintendent Ryan Delaney says the goal is to have a replacement in line by December.

MORE: The Courier

Read More →

One Injured In Home Explosion South Of Fostoria

10/27/16 – 7:24 A.M.

A home explosion south of Fostoria injured a Seneca County woman Wednesday night. The Review-Times reports the blast happened on State Route 587 near the U.S. 224 intersection around 8:30 p.m. Neighbors told the newspaper they heard a “loud boom” just before the fire broke out.

The woman suffered minor injuries. She was not publicly identified. A Seneca County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher told the newspaper a furnace may have caused the explosion. The State Fire Marshal’s Office will help investigate the incident.

MORE: Review-Times

Read More →

Ada Man Killed In ATV Crash

10/27/16 – 6:50 A.M.

An ATV crash took the life of an Ada man earlier this week. WKTN radio reports 43-year-old Jeremy Imes died in a crash in a wooded area near Ada Monday. A release from the sheriff’s office says Imes was riding an ATV on a trail in the 4500 block of State Route 701 when he hit a downed tree. The collision caused the ATV to roll on top of him.

The sheriff’s office says alcohol could be a factor in the crash. They continue to investigate the incident.

MORE: WKTN

Read More →

Pennsylvania Woman Sentenced For Running Scam On Elderly Fostoria Woman

10/27/16 – 5:32 A.M.

A Pennsylvania woman will spend more than four years in prison for stealing thousands of dollars from a Fostoria senior citizen. The Review-Times reports Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley recently sentenced 40-year-old Patricia Stuward. A jury found Stuward guilty on charges of theft from an elderly person, attempted theft from an elderly person and telecommunications fraud last month. Kelbley sentenced her to 18 months in prison on each count. Stuward will serve the sentences consecutively.

Investigators say Stuward was one of three suspects who visited an elderly woman in her home and tried to con her out of $53,000. They initially were able to steal $16,000 from the victim.

MORE: Review-Times

Read More →

Putnam County Farms Get An International Audience

10/27/16 – 5:22 A.M.

Farming operations in Putnam County had an international audience last week. The Putnam County Sentinel reports a delegation from Central America visited three locations in the county last Friday. The tour included Glandorf Feed in Glandorf, livestock operations in Cloverdale and the Vennekotter Farm near Continental.

Brad Moffitt is the director of marketing development for Ohio Corn & Wheat. He told the newspaper international buyers like to see the grain they could potentially buy.

The group is in the U.S. for the Export Exchange 2016 show, which is in Detroit this week.

MORE: Putnam County Sentinel

Read More →

Construction Begins On Wind Turbine In Ottawa

10/27/16 – 5:12 A.M.

The Whirlpool Corporation and One Energy started construction on a wind turbine in Ottawa Wednesday. WLIO-TV reports the companies held a groundbreaking ceremony near the Whirpool freezer plant.

One Energy says the turbine will provide up to 30 percent of the Whirpool plant’s energy.

The company also built the turbines in Findlay that provide power to the Whirlpool and Ball Metal plants.

Planning for the Ottawa turbine started in May this year.

MORE: WLIO-TV

Read More →

Hancock Parks Foundation Honors Kent Hampton

10/27/16 – 5:00 A.M.

The Hancock Parks Foundation has honored the late Kent Hampton. The Courier reports the foundation’s board voted to recognize Hampton for his contributions toward forming the foundation. Hampton passed away July 23.

A resolution honored his “vision for the future of the Hancock Park District and his service to improving our community.”

Hampton served as legal counsel for the organization after he retired from Marathon in 1983.

MORE: The Courier

Read More →

Michigan Based US Senator Stops In Findlay To Urge Voters

10/26/16 – 5:57 P.M.

Michigan United States Senator Gary Peters made a stop in Findlay Wednesday to get people out to vote. Peters said that this election is very important compared to elections in the past.

Go Vote

He also stopped to raise support for democratic presidential nominee Hilary Clinton.

Peters Supports Clinton

He cited her support of the auto rescue when republican opponent Donald Trump stood against it as evidence of economic sense. He said losing automotive companies such as GM and Jeep would have devastated Michigan and Ohio.

Read More →

Primrose And Interim Health Care Team Up To Give Veterans Breakfast On Thursday

10/26/16 – 4:26 P.M.

Primrose and Interim Health Care are teaming up to offer a breakfast for veterans. Branch Manager for Interim Health Care Breann Lammers said this came about as a request.

Lammers

She said the hope is that the event can be held every quarter so that veterans can get together and reminisce. Primrose will host the first Breakfast for the Veterans this Thursday at 9 a.m.

Read More →