CELINA - City officials on Monday night denounced the idea of a state-proposed halfway house for drug and other criminal offenders from as many as 10 counties in northwestern Ohio.
St. Marys officials reported resident opposition to the plan.
Celina officials believe the city lacks adequate law enforcement and other resources to support the facility and fear it could spawn additional crime in a county already struggling with a heroin problem. [More]
ST. MARYS - After struggling in the second half of Saturday's loss to Fort Recovery, St. Marys looked to rebound Monday night against a St. Henry squad looking to get a spark heading into the postseason.
An 8-0 run in the first quarter put the Roughriders into the lead for good and both teams cranked up the offense in the second half as St. Marys beat the Redskins 67-56 in girls basketball action at Murotech Court. [More]