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Today is the first day of a sales tax holiday in the State of Ohio.   From now through 11:59pm Sunday, several items are exempt from sales and use tax.   The items include;   .Clothing priced at $75 per item or less;   .School supplies priced at $20 per item or less; and   […]

A rape involving a one year old girl was reported to Kenton Police on Wednesday.   According to the report, the victim’s father told officers that his daughter had been acting differently for the last couple of days, so he took her to the hospital for a medical exam.   No suspects were listed, and […]

A Findlay woman has been indicted in connection to the death of a Mt. Blanchard resident.   According to documents from the Hancock County Clerk of Courts Office, 29 year old Ashlie Velasquez was indicted on charges of voluntary manslaughter, a first degree felony and tampering with evidence, which is a third degree felony.   […]

A crash that occurred Wednesday afternoon in Allen County claimed the lives of two people.   According to a release from the Lima Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 77 year old Suzanne M. Schaab, of North Carolina, drove onto U.S. 30 after stopping for a stop sign on Thayer Road.    Her car was […]

Numerous vehicles have been broken into in the Village of Huntsville in Logan County.   Village officials are asking residents to check their vehicles and make sure they are locked. Personal belongings such as wallets and purses should not be left in vehicles.   Anyone witnessing such activity is being asked to report the information […]

To have a little fun with the opening day of the OHSAA Fall Sports Season, the USHS girls soccer team held its annual Midnight Match on Wednesday night / Thursday morning (Aug. 1). This is the sixth year of the tradition, with Blue defeating Yellow (color of glow bands worn by teams), 8-7, with the […]

A Boil Water Advisory is in effect for part of the City of Kenton. Residents on Gilbert, Daum, Wilson and Fairground Road from Steiner to State Route 31 should boil their water before consumption. The Boil Water Advisory is in effect until further notice.

The Hardin County Community Foundation opened its new permanent office location last week.   An open house was held to honor donors and contractors of the building and remodeling project.     The building is located at 936 East Franklin Street and was formally the McKinley Crates Law Office.     The foundation began searching for a […]

A semi slammed into a historic building Tuesday morning in Marion County.   The Marion Star reported that 54 year old Steven Varney, of Ada, lost control of the vehicle while driving north on State Route 4.    The semi went off the right side of the road, travelled across a driveway where it struck […]

The deadline to file nomination petitions for candidates in non-partisan races, as well as local questions and issues including local option petitions for the 2019 General Election is fast approaching.   According to a release from the Hardin County Board of Elections, the petitions must be filed by 4:00pm Wednesday August 7.   They must […]

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