ARCHBOLD — In addition to transitioning into remote-learning, faculty at Northwest State Community College in the STEM and Industrial Technologies division have also answered the call to serve the community in another critical way.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently prepared a guide detailing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act’s Paycheck Protection Program.
CINCINNATI – U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, announced he will donate his salary through the end of May to five regional organizations across the state of Ohio helping those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic: the Cleveland Foundation COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund, the Columbus Foundation Emer…
HOLGATE — In a virtual meeting Monday, the Holgate Local Schools Board of Education was updated on the district’s response to the building closure due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The City of Napoleon recently shared information from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and World Health Organization (WHO) on the safety of public drinking water systems.
A message of “BELIEVE” was spelled out in lighting on the lawn at 853 Woodlawn Ave. in Napoleon on Friday. The resident plans to change the word each Sunday to provide inspiration through the state orders.
COLUMBUS — New projections shared by state officials Friday show Ohio’s peak of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases could reach 10,000 per day and could occur in mid-May.
Earlier this week, the Henry County commissioners approved a contract between the Henry County engineer and the Ohio Council 8 of the American Federal of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO Local #2900.
On Thursday, Fulton County announced its first two cases of confirmed coronavirus COVID-19, and Defiance County has three more confirmed cases to bring its total up to five.
The economy has been at the forefront of decisions being made by legislators nationwide, but those investing with long-term goals are recommended to ride the wave instead of acting on a knee-jerk reaction.
COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Tuesday said his public health measures in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will also help solve the state’s economy.
DEFIANCE — Maumee Valley Planning Organization (MVPO) is currently in the process of developing a Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) for the counties of Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding and Williams.
ARCHBOLD — The board of directors of Farmers & Merchants Bancorp, Inc., the holding company of The Farmers & Merchants State Bank, with assets of $1.61 billion at Dec. 31, recently announced that it has approved the company’s quarterly cash dividend of 16 cents per share, which is a …
COVID-19 Response assistance is a one-time payment through the Prevention, Retention and Contingency (PRC) Program for Henry County families who have experienced a loss of employment or reduction in employment hours due to the COVID-19 health emergency. COVID-19 Response assistance will prov…
LIBERTY CENTER — The Liberty Center Local Schools Board of Education Monday learned multiple efforts for the district have been postponed due to regulations in response to COVID-19.
LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center Local Schools representatives Monday reported there has been positive feedback received on the district’s formal distance learning.
COLUMBUS — In his daily press briefing Monday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced there are now six confirmed deaths in the state due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Henry County Senior Center Director Penni Bostelman reported the county’s Meals on Wheels program will continue until an authority directs otherwise.
The construction industry likely can continue operating normally in the short term, but finishing projects could become a problem if the health emergency lasts several months.
The Napoleon Republican Central Committee reported a meeting to recommend a person to fill an open seat on Napoleon City Council will continue, but the location of the meeting has changed.
WAUSEON — The Fulton County Health Center is continuing its preparations in case it sees a surge of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, including erecting a tent outside the hospital.
The Henry County Transportation Network (HCTN) is offering free rides to Henry County residents within the county during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, starting Monday.