Local health officials are threatening to publicly announce inspection results for food establishments if some of the most unsanitary ones don't clean up their act, they said.
During a meeting this week of the Mercer County-Celina City Health Department, Sanitarian Michelle Kimmel asked board members for guidance and a plan that includes stricter consequences for retail food service businesses that refuse to follow state guidelines for food safety. [More]
New Ohio seat law goes into effect statewide April 1
By Shelley Grieshop
Sales of child booster seats could rise in coming weeks following recent passage of an Ohio law requiring all children use one until they are age 8 and 4 feet, 9 inches tall.
Gov. Ted Strickland signed the law Tuesday and it officially goes into effect April 1. Violators will receive warnings for a six-month probationary period before enforcement begins Oct. 1. Fines will range from $25 to $75. [More]
It appears that the Celina boys basketball team has developed a big three to rely on offensively during their terrific start to the season.
Jake Green, Darin Waterman and Derek Gagle combined to score all but three of Celina's points in a 53-48 victory over rival St. Marys in the annual Battle of Grand Lake on Friday night at the Fieldhouse. [More]