Homeowners in three townships can join an association which enlists the help of the Wapakoneta Fire Department as a responder to the area.
Pusheta-Washington Townships Mutual Fire Protective Association board members started a recruitment drive to enlist more members into the organization.
Wapakoneta police officers are investigating a domestic violence situation, which involved a stabbing.
Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock said that an 18-year-old female called for assistance shortly before 9:40 a.m. Sunday after an argument escalated at the apartment she shares with her boyfriend on Edgebrook Drive.
The woman, who suffered minor injuries according to the police officer’s report, called concerned about events that transpired after she yielded a steak knife in her defense, the police chief said.
CRIDERSVILLE — An area tree commission is taking beautification of the village through a step-by-step process.
Cridersville Tree Commission President Ken Dreitzler recently unveiled the board’s plan for work on Main Street.
“There are 10 to 11 trees that should come down because of crackage, blocking view of intersections and other issues,” Dreitzler said during a recent report to Cridersville Village Council.