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Located alongside the Maumee River, Rossford, Ohio, is home to over 6,400 people. The city celebrated its centennial in 1998, and they commemorated the event by building a memorial next to the Ford Club in memory of the town being founded in 1898. Lee Knorek, a former NBA player with the New York Knicks, is one of the notable residents of the town of Rossford.

Population: 6406
Local Newspapers: The Blade
Local Sports Teams: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)
Local Colleges: University of Toledo Bowling Green State University Davis College Lourdes College Mercy College

Zip Codes associated with rossford, ohio: 43460
Towns/Cities near rossford, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Rossford News
Sermon delivers pastor to White Castle Hall of Fame

A local pastor holds a coveted spot in White Castle's Cravers Hall of Fame, thanks to a creative sermon involving the fast-food chain's Bacon Jam Slider. Methodist Pastor Bruce Perry of Rossford was formally inducted on Feb. 7, in a special ceremony in Indianapolis that the easygoing pastor and slider fan described as "a hoot."

Water, sewer district weighs long-term options for Maumee, Wood County

Much has been made of the pending Toledo Area Water Authority, but a backup plan for water supply could be in place for Maumee and some Wood County residents if TAWA falls through. That's the message about 100 people received Thursday night at a regional water meeting hosted by the Northwestern Water and Sewer District at the Quality Inn in Perrysburg.

Locally owned Dalmatian wins Best of Breed at Westminster

Named for the markings around her eyes, a Dalmatian from Rossford is bringing home top honors in her breed from the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Spotlight Maybe It's Maybelline, or May for short, was named Best of Breed during Monday's events at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Rossford roundabout plans remain in question

Rossford City Council voted 5-1 on Feb. 13 of last year to approve a roundabout at State Rt. 65's intersection with Lime City and Colony roads.

Rossford City Schools construction is making progress

Their Bus Garage is near complete and the school renovations are getting closer. Like at the elementary where some work will begin in March..

Multiple crashes slow Monday morning traffic

One of the biggest trouble spots is still in Perrysburg on SB I-475. Maumee police tell 13abc that I-475 southbound is current closed at the Anthony Wayne Trail because of a crash on 475 near I-75 in Perrysburg.

Perrysburg, Bowling Green celebrate winter

Julia, left, and Craig Burrow, fifth from left, stop with their children, Mary Claire, 4, Elisabeth, 10, AnneLiese, 7, and Benjamin, 2, to watch Chad Hartson set up blocks of ice. Alexandria Altwies, left, and Nate Miranda bring prizes and giveaways from Dave & Busters into the tent for Winterfest in Perrysburg.

Regional water would erode tension

Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and leaders of the suburban communities that buy its water sign a memorandum of understanding to form the Toledo Area Water Authority Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at the Toledo Chamber of Commerce office. One of the good things that could emerge from a regional water compact involving Toledo and its surrounding suburbs would be the untangling of a spaghetti of water contracts that are different in every community.

Rossford residents see higher water bills

The average monthly water bill in Rossford was $90 per month in 2013. By last year, the average had hiked to over $143 per month.

Informational session slated on Wood County water options

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District is holding a public informational session to discuss water supply options in Wood County. The district is exploring long-term options for about 6,500 customers in Rossford, Northwood, Walbridge, Perrysburg Township, Troy Township, and Lake Township.

Temporary homes for Rossford classes set

With renovations set to begin in the spring, Rossford High School students will take classes at Owens Community College beginning in the 2018-19 school year. Work on the Rossford campus is scheduled to be complete in January of 2020.

Rossford students say good-bye to international students

A group of Chinese students in Rossford got to cap off the end of their time in Toledo by taking to the dance floor on Thursday. Rossford Junior High held a goodbye dance for 11 Chinese students that were attending the school.

Windshield shattered by unknown object

Gladfelter, 66, of Perrysburg, was heading north on I-75. She had just passed the Bates Rd. overpass when she heard the jarring noise and looked back to see the damage.

Rossford schools seeking substitutes

The district is hosting a free in-service Feb. 8 for people interested in subbing within the district. A bachelor's degree is required.

Lead line replacement project to start

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District expects to complete a project this year to replace water service lines containing lead. The district board of trustees in December approved a resolution to contract with Speer Brothers, Sandusky, for $883,365 to replace lines in the district's service area covering the northern part of Wood County.

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Jane Bennett, 43, of Walbridge, Sept. 5, at Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center.

Survivor: Rossford gymnast shares story of abuse at the hands of a monster

Isabel Hutchins defines courage and strength. She is dignified, despite the fear and pain that caused her great suffering.

Rossford gymnast testifies against Larry Nassar

Testimony at a former Michigan gymnastics doctor sentencing continued Tuesday with a Rossford-native who said the doctor did not diagnose her broken leg. Isabell Hutchins gave a victim-impact statement in the sixth day of testimony before Larry Nassar is sentenced for molesting women and girls while he worked at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics.

Toledo Police hunting for man on Maumee River island

As the sun goes down Saturday night, a wanted man hides on on an island in the middle of the frozen Maumee River. Toledo and Rossford police both tell us the man was spotted leaving the Hollywood Casino in the middle of Saturday afternoon.

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