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Planning commission votes against reducing setbacks
After nearly three hours Thursday the city of Perrysburg planning commission ultimately voted against reducing the rear-yard setbacks of R-1 residential homes from 60 feet to 40.
Sports

Jackets lead all-district honors
Ohio’s all-district football teams released.
Local

Sewage spill settlement reached
Lima required to up capacity to 70 million gallons a day.
Going Out

Tree lighting, comedy on tap
Levis Commons center of activities this weekend in Perrysburg.

  • Julia Yingling performs in Kentucky

  • Dills family wins new Cherokee

  • Otterbein receives volunteer service award

  • Bags of groceries go to seniors in need

  • Dance, dash event raises funds

  • Owens gives away backpacks and school supplies

  • Perrysburg students joins state group

  • Kiln at 577 foundation extinguished

  • An international celebration at Owens

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg falls to Nordonia

  • New dictionaries for Woodland students

  • Jackets battle each other in eating contest

  • Holiday Extravaganza returns

  • 47th Annual Churchill's Half Marathon

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg gets playoff win

  • IN PICTURES: Pregame festivities for Perrysburg playoff game

  • Voting under way at Perrysburg High
Perrysburg Voices
Chief Mark Hetrick
Perrysburg Twp. Police

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"I don’t know what else I can take out [of the Perrysburg Twp. police budget]."
Annette Swanson
Owens Community College

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"We hope [American students] learn to extend their cultural awareness."
Mike Bower
Owens C.C. president

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"We need to right-size ourself."
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U.S. Air National Guard and Perrysburg resident
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