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Fired Perrysburg Twp. deputy police chief sues
Perrysburg Township and its board of trustees could soon be hit with a lawsuit from Michael Gilmore, the former deputy police chief the board voted to fire last week. Trustees met Wednesday with the township law director who informed them of the pending suit. “We haven’t been served yet, but we know it’s coming,” trustee Bob Mack said. Document or link

New-school bonds sell fast
Perrysburg Schools sells $38.9M to pay for construction, upgrades.

Cancer clinic opening in Perrysburg
Mercy, Toledo Clinic teaming up; center opening in 2016.

Hosler testifies on testing bill
Perrysburg superintendent invited, supports measure before Ohio Senate panel.

  • Perrysburg students work hard

  • Perrysburg Law & Government Explorer Post competes at state level

  • West Side Montessori students honor veterans

  • Perrysburg Winter One Acts cast

  • Ugly sweater night at Way Library

  • Owens CC basketball team volunteers

  • Julia Yingling performs in Kentucky

  • Dills family wins new Cherokee

  • Otterbein receives volunteer service award

  • Bags of groceries go to seniors in need

  • Make-A-Wish’s 5th annual BIG Wish Gala

  • Perrysburg Winterfest continues

  • Energy secretary tours First Solar

  • Winterfest returns to frigid Perrysburg

  • Lt. Gov. Taylor visits Penta Career Center

  • Rotary Club of Perrysburg’s annual charity auction

  • IN PICTURES: Cougars pounce on Yellow Jackets

  • IN PICTURES: Yellow Jackets take down Eagles

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg boys beat Springfield

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg girls beat Springfield
Perrysburg Voices
Gus Dimmerling
Perrysburg quarterback

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"[Ohio Dominican] made me feel like I had the opportunity to do big things early."
Sam Cotterman
Perrysburg wrestling coach

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"We’ve lost to [Clay] twice in the same spot, and to beat them at home was special."
Ron Matter
Penta Career Center Superintendent

"I’m happy to include a tour for them to learn about different aspects of education in the U.S."
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My final blurb from the 'Burg, our home
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Alexander Moore
Penta Career Center student likes fishing, hunting, camping, and working on cars.
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