Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance has unveiled its newest version of the Chamber Gold Gift Certificate Program. Member businesses now will accept Chamber Gold Gift Cards, which the Alliance hopes will provide speed and convenience to the local shopping experience. Each card will come with a brochure listing the participating Chamber Gold members. Chamber […]
Forbes has named Cooper Tire and Rubber Company as one of 2020’s World’s Best Employers. The Findlay Courier reports that Cooper ranked 143rd of the 750 multinational and large companies representing 45 countries on the list, making it the second of six tire companies listed and in the top 20 percent overall.Market research firm Statista […]
A Kenton man has been jailed for possession of drug paraphernalia and violating a protective order. Kenton Police report the apprehension of Emar L. Bailey at his home on State Route 53 yesterday afternoon, after a Kenton woman reported his telecommunications harassment of her. Seized at Bailey’s home were his cell phone and a suspected […]
A potential burglary has been spotted in a vacant Kenton house. Kenton Police report the loss of around $100 in household items from the 300 block of North Leighton Street, a residence currently going through probate. A Sciotoville woman claiming to be the home’s caretaker reported the burglary to police around nine last night.
Kenton-Hardin Health Department’s board meeting scheduled for five p.m. Tuesday, December 15, will now be virtual. The move comes as Kenton City Schools continues to plan to return from remote to in-person learning on Monday, December 7. More information on the Kenton-Hardin Health Department’s latest developments may be found by calling (419) 673-6230.
Current and past Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claimants may be targets of a new scam, warns the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Emails appearing to be notifications from ODJFS notify the potential victim that they are approved for a new stimulus benefit. Per the email, the recipient must click on a link to reconfirm […]
Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is one of the sponsors for the American Worker Holiday Relief Act introduced yesterday. A release from Senator Brown’s office states that the bill would retroactively extend the weekly $600 addition to unemployment insurance benefits through October 2021 and tie the additional weeks of federal benefits and new Pandemic Unemployment […]
Tentative scheduling for Ohio Athletic Conference winter sports places Ohio Northern University in a fairly-prominent role. Per a release by ONU Sports Information Director Tim Glon, the Polar Bears will host the second of the season’s two round-robin wrestling meets on Saturday, February 6. Competition in all seven OAC-sponsored winter sports begins Friday, January 22, […]
A Sunday-morning crash on State Route 37 in Hancock County led to the admittance of two motorists to Blanchard Valley Hospital. Investigation by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office found that 36-year-old Amy Adkins of Forest was southbound on State Route 37 when she lost control of her GMC Yukon and struck a northbound Honda Accord […]
Ohio’s State Highway Patrol has released preliminary statistics on statewide roadway incidents over Thanksgiving Weekend. Their findings include nine fatalities, among them two pedestrians, four found not wearing a seat belt, and two involved with impaired driving. 298 OVI and 193 drug arrests were made by the Highway Patrol over the four-day weekend, along with […]