The center will offer training and assistance to not only students, but current working professional as well to help develop soft skills and other skills to help them gain better upward mobility for potential manager or supervisory positions.
When you break it down, neighbors in Oregon would see a 22 percent increase over three years. For the typical Oregon water and sewer customer their bill would increase by about $12 a month or $36 a quarter by 2021.
After members of our great northwest Ohio community donated a semi-truck full of items for hurricane victims, Impact With Hope said they are excited to get them down to Florida; but a lot needs to happen before then.
Residents in the city of Findlay have been complaining about their tap water tasting and smelling a bit off. Which has led to some worry on social media. But, officials say the drinking water in the Flag City is safe.
Three Lucas County corrections officers will be suspended without pay for their roles in a “bad release” that sent authorities scrambling to find accused bank robber Don Ellis in August, WTOL has learned.
The Jaylan Brock Triumph Youth Center will host Fremont teens once a week, offering lessons, games and prizes for attendance. The goal is to offer teens positive alternatives to being on the street and getting in trouble.
Perrysburg High School seniors got the chance to skip class for a special reason. The school held its second annual “Jackets Giving Back” day, which took students to 30 different spots in Northwest Ohio to volunteer.