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North Branch Nursery owner Tom Oberhouse and wife Laura Landry Meyer will showcase their renovated historic home in Pemberville for a fundraiser.
It seems there was a strong demand from the local community that wanted to see the finished work. Now, they will get the chance, from 2-5 p.m. on October 23.
Rolling Stone is calling it a “pulse-racing thriller.”
For a group of local women, the review of the film “The Ides of March,” which opened in theaters Oct. 7, is a gross understatement.
For the staff at The Press, taking in a free roaming cat was a win-win situation, beneficial for the animal as well as staff members.
According Melinda Sandwisch, assistant office manager, Princess Peaches Pumpkin Pie, a.k.a. “Peaches,” came to The Press a few months ago and has made herself right at home.
The Lake Township trustees are asking the Ohio Department of Transportation to conduct a study of traffic speed along a stretch of Walbridge Road between Fostoria Road and State Route 51.
The trustees Tuesday approved a resolution supporting the study, including a request the speed limit along that stretch of Walbridge be reduced from 55 mph to 35 and additional stop signs be placed at the corner of Walbridge and Millbury roads. Currently, there are only stop signs on Millbury Road at the intersection.
Many local governments are against Gov. John Kasich’s proposal to centralize income tax collection for municipalities and charge a fee to administer the service.
The plan would, according to the Kasich administration, lower costs, reduce staff, provide greater consistency and improve compliance with the tax code.
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