Emily Goligoski was 7 years old when she addressed Perrysburg City Council, letting them know she was unhappy when she walked her cocker spaniel from her home on Maple Street down the hill toward t
Perrysburg resident Norman Fairman is known for his photos of the great outdoors, including the creatures who live there.
Adapting to the challenges from COVID-19, the Perrysburg Board of Education and Superintendent Tom Hosler found a unique way to recognize Perrysburg High School’s graduating seniors.
An excerpt from “A Timeline and History of the Parks of Perrysburg, Ohio 1870-2020”
Governor Mike DeWine’s recent announcement that schoolchildren will return to classrooms in the fall prompted Penta Career Center officials to begin planning in earnest for August.