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Over 20,000 Ohioans call Perrysburg home, in a city located near Toledo, in the northwest corner of Ohio. Fort Meigs also calls this city home, and it happens to be the largest wooden walled fortification in North America. General William Henry Harrison had the fort built in early 1813, and two critical battles were fought here during the War of 1812 with the British. Baseball pitcher Burke Badenhop and manager Jim Leyland hail from Perrysburg, as does former NFL head coach Jerry Glanville.
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
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Towns/Cities near perrysburg, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood
Darrell Keith Clay
Darrell Keith Clay of Perrysburg, a retired Toledo Board of Education curriculum director, a former Start High School principal, a U.S. Army veteran, and a man of many hobbies, died July 6 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio on Detroit Avenue. He was 90. Mr. Clay retired in the late 1990s as a curriculum director at the Toledo Board of Education after several years of service and 45 years in education.Police recover large amount of stolen property
According to a news release, authorities found more than 200 pieces of lawn equipment, chain saws, a snow blower, tools, crossbows and other similar items. The stolen materials were seized locations on Jackman and Brim Roads in Toledo.What to expect on your commute: The Blade's Road Warrior, 7/15
The Blade's Road Warrior highlights major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and where the best alternative routes are. Each week during the construction season, The Blade's Road Warrior highlights the major construction projects in Toledo and the surrounding area, noting where delays are worst and where the best alternative routes are.Toledo man avoids jail for plant fire
A Toledo man accused of setting ablaze the Perrysburg plant where he worked was placed on community control for three years Friday by Wood County Common Pleas Judge Matthew Reger. Patrick Thomas, 54, also was ordered to pay $2,500 in restitution to RRP Packaging and a $1,000 fine.Hot air balloons take to the sky at Glass City Balloon Race
After a day filled with festivities, 18 hot air balloons took to the sky Friday evening in front of a cheering crowd of thousands gathered for the third annual Glass City Balloon Race in Rossford. The free community event, which runs all weekend long, features food trucks and vendors, helicopter rides, live music, a 5K run, a BMX stunt show, and, of course, the balloon flights: evening flights starting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evening, and races at 6:15 a.m. Saturday and Sunday morning.Reports: Child injured in crash at Ohio 25, Eckel in Perrysburg
While official word is scant, several witnesses are reporting that a child was injured after a crash at Ohio 25 and Eckel Junction Road in Perrysburg. Perrysburg police were not able to give any information as of late Thursday evening on how many vehicles were involved or if anyone was hurt.Blues kicks off Ottawa Park concerts
The Ottawa Park Amphitheater, built in 1935-36 by the Works Progress Administration, is home to six free summer concerts, beginning Saturday with the Good, the Bad, & the Blues. Ol' Creek Road performs Thursday as part of the free Music at the Market Concert Series in conjunction with the Perrysburg Farmer's Market.Walking While Reading can be Healthy and Fun
PERRYSBURG, July 5, 2018: Imagine walking with your kids or grandkids on a beautiful summer day - and reading a book at the same time! Black Swamp Conservancy is combining two of our favorite summer activities in a Story Walk program that will be appearing around the region this summer. promote literacy, physical activity and community involvement.Perrysburg City Council approves new prosecutor
After previously rejecting her for the position, on Tuesday night in a 4-3 vote, Perrysburg City Council approved Chynna Fifer as the city's permanent prosecutor. Ms. Fifer had been temporarily serving as the acting prosecutor since the former prosecutor, P. Martin Aubry, retired at the end of March.I-75 NB down to one lane north of U.S. 224
Traffic is reduced to one lane on I-75 northbound, just north of U.S. 224 in Findlay. This is due to standing water on the pavement following a pop-up rain shower.Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit Toledo
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will visit Toledo on Monday to observe how Penta Career Center - a public vocational high school and adult education center - partners with local organizations to educate students of all ages. Ron Matter, superintendent of Penta Career Center, said Department of Education staff members contacted him last week about a VIP visit to Penta facilities, explaining that U.S. Sen. Rob Portman had suggested that Ms.Suburban Crime Log: 7/7
Michele Zgayb, Mathias Gaynor, and James E. Moline Builders, construction materials from construction site in 3900 block of Coder Cove. Patricia Spengler and David Francisco, hearing aid, tablet computer, and smart phone with charger from 2000 block of Perrysburg-Holland.Wood County says jobs are coming
News outlet USA Today said employment growth was strong in June. More than 200,000 jobs were added in the United States.Man hospitalized after barricading himself in Directions Credit Union
The Perrysburg Police Department says at around 10:15 AM, officers were dispatched to the the area of Roachton Road and State Route 25 for a report of a male behaving erratically and violently, swinging a baseball bat. Officers tried to calm him down.Block Party returns to Toledo Museum of Art
Bird's Eye View Circus entertaining the crowd with an aerial silks act on the Toledo Museum of Art's Monroe Street Terrace. Magician Dorian Strange engages block party guests with close-up magic on the Toledo Museum of Art's Monroe Street Terrace.Fireworks at the Fort a big hit
It's a holiday to celebrate the country's independence an many celebrated it in Perrysburg and Maumee Tuesday night. "It's just a bunch of families having fun, there's room to grow here so this is the place to be," said Jason Bolinger, of Maumee.Longtime teacher was a loving family woman and devout Catholic
Christine Carroll, a proud family woman, devout Catholic, and longtime educator, who spent 36 years teaching at area schools, died Monday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg. She was 68. Mrs. Carroll was born Feb. 17, 1950, in Detroit to John and Patricia Randolph, and took pride in her Irish heritage.
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