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Jacqualine Fitzgerald, Director of Community Development for the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, has left that position. That announcement was found on the Facebook page of her brother, State Representative Jon Cross back on Friday. Cross stated that he is proud of his sister for all that she has done to help improve the […]

An Oregon, Ohio man was killed after a pursuit of a stolen vehicle involving multiple law enforcement agencies that started early Sunday morning. According to a release from the Findlay Police Department, officers were requested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol to assist in a pursuit that was entering the City of Findlay at around […]

The City of Kenton free citywide cleanup is scheduled to take place April 19-22 at the Hardin County Fairgrounds in Kenton. The hours will be from 8am until 6:30pm each day. Some of the items that will be accepted include appliances, scrap metal, car batteries and wooden furniture. They will not accept tires, toxic waste, […]

The average gas price was up a penny a gallon today compared to last week in Hardin County. According to AAA, the average price in the county today is $2.67, compared to $2.66 last Monday. Auglaize County has the cheapest average price in our region at $2.65. Marion County has the most expensive average at […]

Kenton City Council has a full agenda for its meeting this evening. There are two ordinances and one resolution dealing with stormwater and sewer rates in old business. They are on third and final reading. Two ordinances and a resolution will be on first reading under new business as well. Council will hear from Judge […]

The New Hope Ministry Park is holding a Backpack Buddies giveaway this coming Saturday April 17. They will give away a drawstring backpack filled with food for the kids from 10am until 1 that afternoon. The ministry park is located at 13671 West Pattison Avenue in Kenton. If you would like to donate non perishable […]

KENTON, OHIO – OhioMeansJobs Hardin County is now taking applications for the Work Experience Program.  This program is for youth fourteen and older and adults. Work experiences are a planned, structured, short term learning experience designed to expose participants to the working world and the skills that are required for a job. “The paid work […]

Crestview won the Northwest Conference Scholastic Bowl competition with an 8-0 record in matches held at Crestview High School on March 27th. Ada, Bluffton, Delphos Jefferson, Lincolnview, and Paulding all finished in a 5 way tie for 2nd place with records of 5-3 in the competition. Members of the winning Crestview team were Vincent Adam, […]

Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be possible later this afternoon into early evening. The National Weather Service said a few storms may become strong to severe with damaging wind being the primary threat. In addition, showers and chance of thunderstorms will overspread the region on Saturday. A few strong to severe storms will be possible […]

Kenton City Schools Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski is now a finalist for that position at the Chagrin Falls School District. reported that Penczarski and two other candidates were interviewed this past Monday April 5. She had been a finalist for the Lebanon School District. It’s unclear where that stands at this time. Penczarski has not […]

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