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BGSU Firelands announces $16 million expansion
A $16 million project recently approved for BGSU Firelands will expand and renovate the college's facilities to accommodate high-demand degrees in the health field.
Bowling Green Set Charge Policy for Formerly Free Water
Bowling Green State University has begun charging students 25 cents for a cup of water following a late night water fight incident in the school's Marco's Pizza outlet.
The Marion Star
Abby Marie Carlyle and Jacob Alan Yates
The ceremony and reception were held in Radnor, Ohio with Pastor Dennis Griffin officiating at the ceremony.
Academic Awards & Achievers
He will train to become a commissioned officer in the United States Army. Upon graduation from the college, he will receive the rank of second lieutenant and be sent to his assigned Army unit.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Bangor Daily News
More married women are not having children, US study finds
"Just the two of us is awesome," said Sara Tenenbein, a 30-year-old blogger and consultant living with her husband in Los Angeles.
'She did it for the kids'
For the last four years, the 2009 Willard High School graduate has been involved in the annual Bowling Green State University Dance Marathon, which raises money for Mercy Children's Hospital in Toledo.
Sounds of the winter season
From left: Toledo Symphony brass players Garth Simmons, trombone; Charles Slater, trombone; Daniel Harris, bass trombone, and David Saltzman, tuba, perform at Carnegie Hall in 2011.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
People today living alone more than ever before
According to a new family profile from the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University, the percentage of households with just one person has more than doubled since 1960 from 13 percent to 27 percent.
The Macon Telegraph
Musician opens coffee shop at Charleston market
The shop at the Capitol Market is Dangerfield's second location or "Opus Two." The 36-year-old opened his first Musical Grounds coffee house in Fayetteville earlier this year.
100 protest BGSU faculty cuts
More than 100 protesters sat mostly in silence at a Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees meeting Friday, hands holding aloft signs lamenting cuts to university faculty.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Senior Spotlight: Hemminger's farm was famous for pumpkins
At nearly 80 years old, Alice Hemminger can still remember fun family times when she was very young.
BGSU faculty protest cuts
Educators at Bowling Green State University packed a board meeting this afternoon to protest the termination of 40 teachers.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Marion Star
I Can Center of Excellence hires new director
A college access network dedicated to helping students see the value in higher education has named Marion native Julie McGinnis as its new executive director.
Living Alone on the Rise
More people than ever are living alone. That's according to a new family profile from the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University.
Christmas tree sales benefit scholarships for local schools
The Internet, email, and lots of photos captured by cell phones have become an integral part of the annual "Scholarship Forest" Christmas tree-selling event put on by the Al DiVencenzo family to benefit schools, including those in North Ridgeville.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New coffee shop at the Capitol Market hopes to hit all the right notes
Coffee fans lamenting the loss of Capitol Roasters at the Capitol Market got an early Christmas present this season when Fayetteville native Joe Dangerfield opened his Musical Grounds European Coffee House in the space left empty when the Roasters vacated in early 2013.
Lansing State Journal
East Lansing grad Deborah Hoekstra honored at Bowling Green
East Lansing graduate Deborah Hoekstra has been named Bowling Green State University's female athlete of the week after making 4-of-5 3-point baskets and 7-of-8 shots from the field en route to a career-high 18 points in a 71-48 win over Monmouth on Sunday in Springfield, Mass.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Marion Star
Ceremony remembers children who have died
Mary Brady remembers little about when she found out her son died. She just remembers a state trooper showing up at her door with a wallet that belonged to her 19-year-old son, Nick Brady.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Hillel celebrates Thanksgivukkah
Thanksgiving and Hanukkah carried a sense of adventure for the students at Hillel House on the University of Toledo campus.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Wapakoneta Daily News
Hometown Holiday celebrities
National and local celebrities will be available to sign autographs at the 7th Annual Hometown Holiday from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at The Eagles Club in downtown Wapakoneta.