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Lima NAACP claim more abuse by police - The Lima News
At a news conference, Saturday at Grace Church Ministries, chapter President Ronald Fails brought to the media’s attention two cases they want the public to know about.
DVD rentals thriving in Lima area - The Lima News
LIMA — Although over the last decade the entertainment business has become more digitized, the DVD industry remains a niche in the Lima region due to the rental experience, according to Bill Mohler, family video regional vice president.
‘Darci Lynne & Friends’ entertains at fair - The Lima News
Farmer, 13, from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, won season 12 of “America’s Got Talent” last year and has since been touring the country with her ventriloquism act.
Lima Rite Aid pharmacy robbed Friday - The Lima News
According to a news release, a black man entered the store just before 4 p.m. He gave a note to the pharmacist saying it was a robbery, showed a gun in his waistband and threatened harm if his written instructions weren’t followed.
POLICE CALLS - The Lima News
LIMA POLICEFaurot Park, Lima — Police responded Monday to a report of the destruction of property.300 block of East Wayne Street, Lima — A breaking and entering incident was investigated Monday.900 block of West Robb Avenue, Lima — A domestic violence incident in progress was investigated Monday.900
Delphos native honored at Ohio’s top TV reporter for 2017 - The Lima News
Pohlman and a group of photojournalists and editors at WKRC-TV were also honored with first-place awards for investigations that aired in 2017. Pohlman won Best Environmental Reporting for an investigation into alleged cancer connections to the main chemical in the country’s most popular weed killer
David Trinko: When your vacation wasn’t perfect, it probably was - The Lima News
When we got to the big city, we found our children were different enough they didn’t all enjoy the same things. Our 11-year-old never got up from her seat at Wrigley Field as the Cubs beat the Brewers, but her sisters couldn’t get away enough. And frankly, once our 17-year-old’s phone mysteriously s
Allen County Land Bank: Delphos demo starts Monday - The Lima News
DELPHOS — The Allen County Land Bank has been working with Delphos city officials for two years in an ongoing effort to eradicate blight, with talks centered around a structure at 335 N. Main St. in Delphos, the site of the former Jim and Mary’s. Those talks are now coming to fruition.
Legal-Ease: New tools to help initiate home ownership - The Lima News
Decades ago, buying a home was a pretty consistent experience for most people. A homebuyer would save 20 percent of the value/purchase price of the home. The 20 percent would be the “down payment,” and the 80 percent to complete the purchase was loaned by a lender to the homebuyer, who paid back the
Ken Pollitz: Not in Putnam County anymore - The Lima News
Wide-eyed and holding the bushy-tailed-terrier, Dorothy exclaimed, “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Momentarily, after a brief survey of the landscape, she continued, “We must be over the rainbow!”
Mom charged in toddler’s death - The Lima News
Vicky Lynn Shellabarger, 36, of Convoy, was taken into custody after an Allen County grand jury returned an indictment against her earlier this week charging her with murder, an unclassified felony; involuntary manslaughter, a felony of the first degree; and two counts of endangering children.
Allen Co. Fair begins - The Lima News
“There’s not much you can do,” said Ron Rohrbach, owner of the western-themed Riverside Acres Tack Shop of St. Marys, as he waited to see what the weather was going to do before putting out his merchandise. “You just have to suck up and eat it.”
Public’s help sought with Toledo bank robbery suspect - The Lima News
TOLEDO — The FBI Cleveland Division, Toledo Resident Agency, along with the Lucas County Sheriffs Office and the Toledo Police Department, is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Don Woodson Ellis Jr., a suspect in an armed bank robbery on Aug. 13 in Toledo. Ellis may still be in Ohio and
Accused baby-killer seeks to have statements quashed - The Lima News
LIMA — Gabriel Salyers, charged with murder in the April 3 death of a Lima toddler, took the witness stand Thursday morning as his attorney attempted to have statements the Lima man made to police ruled inadmissible at trial — including what was described as a “confession.”
Allen County Board of DD Finance Committee meeting - The Lima News
LIMA — The Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities Finance Committee will meet at 7 a.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at the Allen County Board of DD, 2500 Ada Road, Lima.
Leipsic boy hurt after father crashes car into home - The Lima News
Wilmer Maurico Herrera-Ruiz lost control of his vehicle at 6:03 p.m. Wednesday, driving into his home at 717 W. Broadway St., Leipsic. His son, who was inside the residence, is in critical condition at a children’s hospital in Columbus, said Sgt. Alec Coil, with the Lima Post of the Ohio State Highw
Attorney for alleged drug dealer says evidence obtained illegally - The Lima News
Attorney John Hopkins said Lima police overstepped their authority and exceeded the boundaries spelled out in executing the search warrant on Nov. 8, 2016, at a residence at 1057 S. Central Ave., Lima.
Tobacco, housing and transportation issues still trouble Allen County - The Lima News
“Think of CHIP like a road map,” said Kathy Luhn, Allen County Public Health Commissioner. “CHIP is both a document and an ongoing process and it’s a way to help community members, agencies and organizations work together to address the root causes of the health issues that are most concerning to a
Waynestock: Free Christian concert - The Lima News
ST. MARYS — Bring your chairs or blankets, your family and your cooler to Skip Baughman Stadium in St. Marys for the eighth annual Waynestock Christian concert.“Looking at previous years, it may not be the biggest one that we’ve ever had, but it could be one of the most enjoyable shows from start to
Teen charged in Elida school threat waives right to speedy trial - The Lima News
Tristan Ascura, 19, who was present before Judge David Cheney with his attorney, William Kluge, waived his constitutional rights to a speedy trial during the hearing. Cheney scheduled Ascura’s jury trial to begin Dec. 3. Another pre-trial hearing was scheduled for Nov. 15.