Green Springs celebrates lighting of village Christmas tree
Santa came to Green Springs early this year when he stopped by to light the village's Christmas tree on Sunday evening.
Shop local in Green Springs this Christmas
Icy roads, huge stores and angry crowds don't make Christmas shopping much fun. Green Springs residents can avoid all that -- and help support their neighbors and local economy -- by shopping in their own hometown.
Attorney: Test results show cause for concern
Recent soil testing at the former Whirlpool Park turned up substances that pose important health concerns for people who live nearby and for people in the Clyde area who have suffered from cancer, says an attorney who filed a lawsuit against Whirlpool.
Area schools in running for Straight A Fund grants
More than 400 districts statewide applied for Straight A Fund grants this past month from the Ohio Department of Education, which would earn them a slice of $250 million next year.
Talk about Clyde: Library presents an evening with General McPherson
The public is invited to celebrate the 185th birthday of Gen. James B. McPherson with the general, as portrayed by Pennsylvanian Scott Thomas, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Clyde Public Library.
Gibsonburg schools-Income tax passed, cuts avoided
With Tuesday's passage of an income tax, the administration and school board of the Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District avoided having to make cuts to programs that affect students, Tom Peiffer, superintendent said.