GALION — Second Harvest Food Bank conducted a drive-thru food distribution on Friday at Galion City School District’s campus.
GALION -- Galion City Council approved an agreement with the Port Authority during its Tuesday night meeting to launch a business loan program.
GALION — When people walk into the Unkrich Stadium this fall, they may notice some new team benches on the sidelines.
GALION — The second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio will host a drive-thru food distribution on Friday, May 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Galion Middle School at 474 Portland Way North.
GALION - The Heise Park Swimming Pool and the Splash Park will both open for the 2020 season on Saturday, June 6.
BUCYRUS -- The Bucyrus Elks, represented by Brad Seibert, Exalted Ruler presented a check in the amount of $5,000 to Court Sturts, Superintendent of the Crawford County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD).
COLUMBUS -- A Tiro man was one of two judicial appointments announced by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Friday.
BUCYRUS -- As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic reached Ohio, UWNCO began discussing the unprecedented stress that was about to be placed on organizations providing safety net services in our community.
The Crestline Public Library will be open with curb service only, beginning Monday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The City of Galion Port Authority will conduct a special meeting Friday at 3 p.m. to discuss the City of Galion small business loan program.
COLUMBUS -- Crawford County Health Commissioner Kate Siefert is one of two Health Commissioners from across Ohio appointed to Gov. Mike DeWine’s Fair Advisory Group to provide recommendations on how county fairs can operate this year with considerations for reducing the spread of COVID-19.
BUCYRUS -- The Community Foundation for Crawford County kicked off #GivingTuesdayNow on Tuesday, May 5, joining a global day of giving held specifically for the COVID-19 crisis response.
CRESTLINE – Crestline Schools will host a Senior 2020 Celebration Parade and Drive-In Graduation for the Crestline High School Senior Class of 2020.
ASHLAND -- The jury trial for a Crestline man that drew national attention in the past few weeks is set to begin on Monday, June 29.
GALION – The Galion City School District kindergarten registration and screening has been rescheduled for Aug. 10 and 11. Parents enrolling kindergarten children should do so by calling the Primary office at 419-468-4010. Any child five-years-old on or before Aug. 1, 2020, is eligible to register.
BUCYRUS – The Crawford County Business & Education Advisory Council (CCBEAC) recently made the difficult decision to cancel its annual countywide recognition and awards program honoring outstanding effort by public school students and teachers.
The Bratwurst Festival has released applications for the 2020 royalty pageants, including queen, princess, and junior princess.
BUCYRUS – The Bucyrus Area YMCA has recently launched a capital campaign to revitalize its existing facility and enhance services. Planned renovations include crucial maintenance on the pool, structural repairs, and the repurposing of existing space to meet a community need for childcare.
ASHLAND -- The Ashland County Common Pleas Court has postponed a Crestline man’s trial for the fifth time amid COVID-19 concerns and national controversy about whether or not the judge should have attempted to begin this trial in late April.
GALION -- Edward Street will be closed to traffic on Wednesday, May 6, for road repairs. The closure is located east of the intersection at Knorr Road, near Carter Electric.
BUCYRUS -- A resident at Altercare in Bucyrus has died that tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from Gregory R. Colaner, President, Altercare Integrated Health Services.
Galion High School senior Alison Longwell recently placed in the top 300 in the state in the Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.
GALION -- Beginning Monday May 4, the Crawford County Solid Waste District and Recycling Center will be opening with some stipulations. The public can drop off their recyclables at the recycling center at 5128 Lincoln Hwy Monday through Wednesday beginning at 8 a.m.
SYLVANIA, Ohio – The Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund (NOSF) has extended its lottery application deadline to Friday, Mary 29, for the 2020-2021 school year for need-based scholarships up to $2,000 for private schools and $750 for homeschool expenses.
GALION -- The Galion City School District has announced Jennifer Allerding will be the new superintendent.
BUCYRUS -- On Tuesday, May 5, The Community Foundation for Crawford County is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving being held specifically for the COVID-19 crisis response.
Avita Health System, the Crawford County Emergency Management Agency, Crawford County Public Health, and the Galion City Health Department on Thursday asked residents to use cloth face coverings in public settings.
BUCYRUS -- A woman claimed to be stab and another individual claimed to have COVID-19 after Bucyrus Police responded to a domestic situation early Tuesday morning.
GALION -- The Ohio Department of Transportation has issued its District 3 weekly construction report for the week of April 13.
CRESTLINE – The Crestline Exempted Village Schools has updated its meal plan for feeding families.
GALION – Avita Health System, Crawford County Emergency Management Agency, Crawford County Public Health, and the Galion City Health Department have announced they are accepting donations of needed medical supplies for hospital personnel and first responders in Crawford County.
GALION — For the third year in a row, the Galion City School District has earned the Auditor of State Award.
GALION -- The Community Foundation for Crawford County is offering funding for non-profit organizations that have been financially impacted by the CORONA-19 pandemic.
GALION -- Congratulations to these Galion Middle School students who earned the following academic merit after the third quarter grading period.
GALION -- The Ohio Department of Transportation has issued its District 3 weekly construction report for the week of April 6.
BUCYRUS -- A traffic stop Thursday night in Bucyrus led to a felony drug arrest while two people were also charged with violating Ohio's Stay-At-Home order.
GALION -- The Ohio Department of Transportation has issued its District 3 construction report for the week of March 30.
BUCYRUS -- Bucyrus Police arrested a 16-year-old girl for assaulting a police officer after an incident on Tuesday night.
BUCYRUS -- A man sought on multiple felony warrants in multiple states was arrested Monday afternoon in Bucyrus, according to Police reports.
CRESTLINE -- The staff at Crestline Exempted Village Schools are working together to provide meals to students during the COVID-19 pandemic break.
GALION — Over the next few weeks, the Galion City School District will provide free lunch and breakfast for its students while schools are closed over COVID-19 concerns.
GALION — Members of the GEA, OAPSE, and Galion City Schools administration are collaborating in an effort to support Galion students and families.