New data on how Americans donate to charities pinpoints a lack of donor understanding and the need for simple tools to help donors give wisely. The study reveals that Americans consider finances to be the most important indicator of trust, which is a...
Registration is open for a gingerbread house workshop for children and adults, ages 6 and up, to be held in the Kingwood Hall Service Room at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 8. Cost of the class is $20, members $18. Advance registration is required.
“Opportunity” was a popular word Monday morning inside the future Crawford Connection Center.
Christ United Methodist Church, 130 E. Walnut St, Galion will hold a Second Time Around sale 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 31 and 9 a.m.-noon Nov. 1.Proceeds will go toward local mission projects.
The following was received from the office of the Prosecuting Attorney, Crawford CountyArraignments – Oct. 20, 2014Leeann Dalton-Possession of Drugs (F5)-$25,000 bond
Most local colleges and universities say they don't have students studying or traveling in Ebola-stricken countries, but officials at the schools said they are preparing protocols to address potential exposure to the deadly virus on the off...
The next Galion City Council meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. All council meetings are held on the second floor of the city building.Thirteen items of legislation are listed on its agenda.
Ebola: What you need to knowBy Marlene Harris-TaylorEbola, a virus that many Americans knew little about a few months ago, has grown in our collective imaginations into one of the most feared diseases of our time.
Jeffrey Fowle's homecoming last week from five months of North Korean detainment was unexpected, welcome, joyous — and perhaps a little mysterious.
The General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Here is what you will see on the ballot:Governor/Lt. GovernorEd Fitzgerald and Sharen Neuhardt (Democratic)John Kasich and Mary Taylor (Republican)
October 9· W. Church St./Gill Ave., on patrol, spoke with two subjects, walking back to residence· 300 block S. Union St., report of smell of smoke coming from nearby residence
They could have been sleeping.Or playing video games.Or doing just about anything else that college kids do on the weekend.
LIMA - Police are looking into an incident that happened during a Lima Senior High School football practice Wednesday in which a man threatened to cut off Coach Mike Fell's head.
Inquirer photo / Nathan CrockAutumn decorations are shown at the Galion Public Library. They were donated by the North End Garden Club.
The Crestline Public Library is sponsoring a Halloween “Decorate the Pumpkin” Contest for kids ages 4-12. The contest runs through Oct. 30.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) recently confirmed the first positive case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in the state in a captive deer herd in Holmes County. The state continues to take...
The 2014 Ohio acorn mast survey conducted at 38 wildlife areas showed an increase in production from 2013. Ohio's fall crop of acorns is an important food source for more than 90 forest wildlife species, and mast crop abundance can influence...
COLUMBUS - Fifth-grade student Alexis “Lexi” Wenger of Galion is one of four students in the state to be selected to receive the fourth annual “Agriculture is Cool” scholarship award funded by the Ohio Expositions Commission...
Mansfield Playhouse will host “The Nerd.”Performances, which feature Galion resident Dodie Conkel, will be held at 8 p.m. Oct. 31-Nov. 1 and Nov. 7-9.Call 419-522-2883 to buy tickets.
The Ohio Genealogical Society has published its second research guide entitled Grave Marking Ceremonies: Planning and Conducting an Event. This eight-page pamphlet, written by E. Paul Morehouse and Eric E. Johnson, is a planning guide for those who...
The 2014 Ohio Securities Conference will be held in Columbus, Ohio on Oct. 31, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at The Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel. The Conference, co-sponsored by the Ohio Department of Commerce and the University of Toledo College of...
Teen drivers are involved in a disproportionate amount of traffic crashes, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol is committed to using education, awareness and traffic enforcement to deter dangerous behavior on Ohio roadways.
KENTON - The Ebola outbreak's rising death toll in West Africa is more than a grim statistic for a northwest Ohio family.
Hearings in the following criminal and/or traffic cases were conducted in Crawford County Municipal Court during the week of October 7, 2014:
A scene is shown from Crawford Park District's Halloween Family Fun Night, which was held Oct. 18 at Lowe-Volk Park.