The Marysville Tribune reported that a film crew working for Honda was seen shooting a video at the intersection of Fifth and Main streets Monday evening. According to the report, crews were filming until early this morning for a video that will showcase the city’s autonomous vehicle network.
According to a news release from Crown Equipment in New Bremen, an employee was struck by a lift truck while working at Plant 4. The employee was transported to Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima, where he later died from the injuries. The New Bremen Police Department and OSHA are investigating the incident.
WPKO radio reports that The Logan County Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating a missing person case involving Josie Meadows, 20, of rural Huntsville. Meadows who is 5’6″ and weighs 138 lbs, was last heard from on March 2nd of 2017. Authorities say she was last heard from on March 2nd, 2017 and in Logan County […]
Ohio Department of Insurance director Jillian Froment is reminding college students and their parents to ensure that adequate insurance protection is in place for the upcoming school year. “An insurance review with an agent should be part of getting ready to go back to school,” Froment said. “Both students and parents will have that much […]
Motorists are urged to use caution and remember school speed limits as well as looking out for busses and students walking to and from school. Several regional schools return for another year of school tomorrow including Ada, Arlington, Ben Logan, Hardin Northern, Kenton, and North Union. Ridgemont returns on Thursday, and the remaining […]
Insurance Checklist for College Students COLUMBUS — Ohio Department of Insurance director Jillian Froment is reminding college students and their parents to ensure that adequate insurance protection is in place for the upcoming school year. “An insurance review with an agent should be part of getting ready to go back to school,” Froment said. “Both […]
The Kenton City Council met last night in Council Chambers. The Council moved forward with getting “Phase One” of the Downtown Revitalization Plan underway. By a vote of 6-1 the Council voted to enter into a Water Supply Revolving Loan Account (WSRLA). This plan seeks to upgrade the existing water facilities coming at an […]
President Trump signed into law yesterday, the National Defense Authorization Act. This law will provide funding for upgrades of the Abram tanks along with Stryker Vehicles at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima. The act will authorize $1.5 billion in funding to upgrade 135 Abrams tanks and $225 million for upgrades on the Stryker […]
The Findlay Courier reports that the Hancock Public Health says recent tests by the Ohio Department of Health have found additional mosquitoes that tested positive for West Nile virus in Hancock County. Mosquitoes were collected between July 26 and Aug. 2 as part of a countywide mosquito surveillance program implemented by Hancock Public Health, who […]