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Swanton Hits Pause On Project 10

Major work on the next sewer separation project in Swanton is pushed back to next year. The Project 10 plan will include Woodside and Parkside drives…as well as part of Brookside Drive. Some preliminary work, such as testing and surveying, began in 2018 and major work was originally slated for …

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New Winter Road Numbers

Officials with the Ohio Department of Transportation spent a little more to deal with this winter than last year in Williams County. ODOT used more salt but less liquid de-icer this winter and drove fewer miles. ODOT is responsible for 372 miles of roadway in Williams County.

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Major Injury Crash On 249

Seven people are hurt following a crash on Ohio 249. Officials tell reporters Ronald Flower of Edgerton was westbound on 249 with three passengers…when he failed to stop at the State Route 49 intersection. There, he hit Kayla Harvey’s, minivan with two occupants. Flower and Harvey were taken to Community …

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Aquifer Update

The Ohio EPA continues going over Artesian of Pioneer’s efforts to place a water well near Fayette. Right now, a panel is going over public comments on the issue. The well application is an initial step in AOP’s controversial plan first announced in June 2018 to drill into the aquifer …

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HC Council Might Shrink

The Holiday City Village Council is looking at the possibility of changing from six council members to three. Before such a move is made, the proposal would have to pass vote in May or November with a simple majority among Holiday City’s residents. Three council seats will be up for …

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Housing Money For OH

Ohio is set to receive $6 million dollars in affordable housing grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The money, awarded through the Housing Trust Fund, is intended to help create and preserve safe, affordable housing for low-income households and the homeless. Sen. Sherrod Brown announced the disbursement. …

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Crash In Garrett

A pick-up truck crashes into a home in Garrett on West 5th Avenue. Officials tell reporters the vehicle hit the front of the house, breaking the brick exterior and a window. No injuries were reported. The investigation into the accident is underway at this hour by both state and local …

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Drug Seizure In Delta

A Delta home is searched for suspicion of narcotics trafficking. Officers executed a search warrant at 108 Jefferson St. Officials say an investigation led officers to believe that the resident of the house was selling drugs. An undetermined amount of narcotics, paraphernalia and cash are seized by police. Charges will …

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Break In On 109

Authorities are investigating a theft on State Highway 109 in Delta. Officers say someone broke into a semi-truck. A CB radio and microphone; a frame crank; a safety ladder and more are taken. Total value of the stolen items is around 27 hundred dollars. Anyone with information on the theft …

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Animal Abuse Bill Awaits To Be Signed

A bill in Indiana, heading to Governor Eric Holcomb’s desk, puts the spotlight on giving animal abusers tougher penalties. House Bill 1615 passed unanimously in the senate. If Governor Holcomb signs the bill, it’ll go in effect this July.

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