ST. MARYS - What to do with $3 million - that's the bittersweet dilemma members of the board of education face. Sweet because it's $3 million. Bitter because, due to public controversy, it looks like a no win deal no matter how the money is spent or saved. [More]
CELINA - The containment of any possible odor associated with a proposal to convert local farm manure into electricity would be the responsibility of the private business, Celina Community Development and Planning Director Kent Bryan said.
Fort Recovery man pleads no contest to misdemeanor theft involving official documents
A 34-year-old Fort Recovery man pleaded no contest Wednesday to a misdemeanor theft involving the removal of records from the Mercer County Board of Elections office. The offense reportedly occurred as he was investigating charges made against his wife.
With the birds beginning to break out in tune, green grass sprouting through the brown evidence of the recently-ended winter, and the crack of bats filling the air around local baseball and softball diamonds, the spring sports season has finally arrived at local high schools.