Genoa undecided about new police chief
Village council met Monday and adjourned with no decision on hiring a new chief.
Genoa seeking head football coach
Genoa High School is taking applications for their head varsity football coaching position.
Permanent drop-off locations accept unwanted medications
Ottawa County residents can properly dispose of outdated, unwanted and unused medications at any of the participating law enforcement agencies, which are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week: * Danbury Township Police Department -- 419 S. Bridge Road, Lakeside-Marblehead.
Genoa police give advice on keeping criminals away
With vacation weather just around the corner, it's important for village residents to do everything they can to keep their families and homes safe.
Red Cross to offer Babysitter Training to Genoa students
Registration forms are available in the middle school office, or by calling 419-855-7741, ext.
Auto dealer raffling off car to benefit area charities
Baumann Auto Group will donate a 2014 vehicle for the grand prize in the auction.
Genoa students to get a look at different careers
Students at Genoa High School will have the opportunity to explore a variety of professions April 17 during career day.
Baumann Auto Group 12th annual charity raffle gets underway
The 12th annual Baumann Auto Group Big Charity Raffle is underway. The Baumann Auto Group dealerships and 20 area charities will sell $5 raffle tickets for a chance to win a new 2014 vehicle.
Men with jobs charged with collecting unemployment
Two local men were charged last week with receiving unemployment benefits despite having jobs.
The mystery of a young girl abducted and living on a Genoa farm
Genoa is a quiet village. Not much noise and not much big news. So rarely does it ever make national or world news.
Data compiled by the administration of the Genoa Area Local School District indicate the school system faces a deficit of about $100,000 by the end of the 2016 fiscal year on June 30, 2016 without additional spending cuts or revenues.
Genoa may have new police chief soon
A council committee has already interviewed Brad Weis, a Toledo Police Department captain, and is expected to interview Chad Milner, an Ottawa County Sheriff's Office deputy, on Thursday, according to Village Administrator Kevin Gladden.