ST. MARYS - What was once seen as an unprofessional and taboo practice has become a normalized form of self-expression.
Just ask Sean Luedeke, own
CELINA - Keagan Carder, now 9, ran a lemonade stand last summer not to earn money for a bicycle or the latest video game but to make sure a few underprivileged kids got a Christmas. [More
WAPAKONETA - The Piehl Arena expansion project is well underway at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds as construction crews work in a now-enclosed space.
Also, Auglaize County commissioners will soon seek bids for a new event plaza at the fairgrounds estimated at $400,000.
Marion Local beats Parkway for sole MAC lead
ROCKFORD - After it seemed like the moment was too big in the opening frame, the Parkway girls basketball team came back with an answer to every Marion Local run.
ST. MARYS - The start was exactly what St. Marys wanted Thursday night.
The final outcome was not.
After building a 9-0 lead on the back of a trio of Reese Rable 3-pointers, St. Marys went cold and Kenton crept back in the game and took a 44-42 Western Buckeye League victory on Senior Night.
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St. Henry jumped out to a 16-8 lead and never looked back, picking up its 11th win of the season in beating Fort Recovery 43-27 in Thursday night Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball action at Fort Site Fieldhouse.
Unique bar cuisine and atmosphere
CHATTANOOGA - In the middle of Chattanooga sits Chatt Bar, a beloved watering hole and restaurant that locals swear by.
The wood paneling, wafting aroma of comfort food, friendly staff and beer memorabilia have a way of inviting patrons in.
Insures people and property
CELINA - Edgar Jacob Brookhart looked around the country in the early 20th century and knew that automobiles were the wave of the future - and would need insurance like other properties.
Stores fill cultural niche in area
Specialty grocery stores have been welcomed in Mercer County, and their owners say they fill a cultural niche that brings customers from all backgrounds to their stores.
New Bremen natives played in the pros
NEW BREMEN - Along State Route 66, a maroon sign honors two New Bremen native professional baseball pitchers.
Jay McCollum, an aide for a New Breme
Area has many nature spaces
In an age when the average American spends over 90% of their time indoors and more than seven hours a day staring at a screen, spending time in the great outdoors can help people feel healthy and a strong sense of well being.