CELINA - School board members are preparing to try again to get a building project approved at the May 4 primary election, asserting the district must address its outdated facilities before costs inevitably escalate in the future.
Board members at Monday night's meeting told Garman/Miller Architects-Engineers officials to proceed with the same building project that fell just short of passing in the April 2020 primary election. [More]
WAPAKONETA - Auglaize County Health Department officials are warning of a post-holiday rise in the number of COVID-19 cases as 54 new cases reported over the weekend raised the county's cumulative number of confirmed cases to 3,034.
CELINA - City council members on Monday night gave second reading to legislation that would authorize using city revolving loan funds to finance the demolition of a blighted private building, clearing the way for the expansion of a retirement village.