Jul 31, 2014
Antique machinery assembledPosted on Fri. Aug 1st, 2014
Steve Lashaway of Dunbridge, above, shows off his 1913 Port Huron steam engine on Thursday as the 43rd annual antique machinery show, hosted by the Northwest Ohio Antique Machinery Association, began chugging at the Hancock County Fairgrounds.
Construction begins to widen I-75
If you're enjoying driving 70 mph legally on I-75 between Perrysburg and Findlay since the speed limit went up last fall, cherish the feeling.
Most B.G. roads re-open after storms
Dunbridge, between Wooster and Poe Road, is still closed. City officials said anyone who needs to access the businesses along that stretch of road should contact the business directly to coordinate.
Storm knocks out power in B.G.
City crews worked today to restore electrical power to several customers and directed traffic around closed roads after overnight storms downed several utility poles in the city, authorities said.