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Some council members are questioning a new contract with the former mayor and police chief, which was signed by the mayor on Tuesday. [Read More]
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A new focus has emerged for celebrations associated with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at Bowling Green State University. [Read More]
Utility relocation has required the purchase of additional land at the Ohio 25 and Roachton Road intersection expansion project site, opening up the possibility for... [Read More]
With the goal of "making a life worth living," 50 Wood County behavioral therapy professionals completed almost a year's training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy in... [Read More]
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The new Ohio Attorney General spent his first day on the job indulging his inner geek. [Read More]
A investigation into the passing of counterfeit money led to last week's multi-agency high speed chase. [Read More]
A millage reduction, resulting in lower property taxes, was approved at the Tuesday city council meeting because of excess revenue related to police and fire... [Read More]
Lara Trump spoke Tuesday on the effect of tariffs on farmers and several other issues at a Republican party luncheon fundraiser held at the CMC... [Read More]
Conductor and composer Craig Hella Johnson presented his moving collage-style oratorio, "Considering Matthew Shepard," Monday at Bowling Green State University's Kobacker Hall with the Grammy-winning... [Read More]
Republican candidate for state auditor Keith Faber is a fan of performance audits to increase efficiency in order to make government better, faster and cheaper. [Read More]
A lifetime of love for film production has led Jose Cardenas to teaching the intense nuts and bolts of video production to Bowling Green State... [Read More]
City council passed retaining wall construction for Hood Park with the mayor as the deciding vote at a meeting earlier this month. [Read More]
The Bowling Green State University Class of 1968 will be holding 50th reunion with events on and off campus each day through Sunday. [Read More]
A dual focus on retention and post-traditional students is helping to build enrollment at Bowling Green State University in both graduate and undergraduate programs. [Read More]
A librarian uses his cooking skills and the Browne Popular Culture cookbook collection to dispel some myths about vegetarian recipes, and to make a colorful... [Read More]
The black swamp reared its head during this weekend's annual arts festival, dampening some events, but not drowning all activities. [Read More]
Triumphs, Harley Davidsons, Indians, Hendersons and more antique motorcycles will cruise into Bowling Green as part of the fifth Transcontinental Motorcycle Cannonball Run on Tuesday. [Read More]
Legislators, judges, prosecutors and sheriffs have united to oppose Issue 1, which is on the Nov. 6 ballot. [Read More]
Billy Strings attacks his bluegrass music with a ferocity that would make a punk rocker jealous, singing songs of the working poor like the hounds... [Read More]
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