The Daily Press Wapakoneta Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-01-29T20:09:22-05:00 Waynesfield council member mediates with village2015-01-29T20:09:22-05:002015-01-29T20:09:22-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily News WAYNESFIELD - The lawsuit against the Village of Waynesfield rages on as a former employee and council member attended a mediation yesterday in Dayton with the village's insurance company. </p><p class="p1"> Howard Traucht met with a mediator to hash out a settlement with Block Agency, a local agent of Scottsdale Insurance Company. If a settlement is not mediated by the conclusion of the meeting, a village-wide investigation may follow, according to a phone conversation with Traucht Wednesday afternoon. </p><p class="p1"> Further details of the lawsuit will be in the Friday, Jan. 30 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News. </p>Wapakoneta, OHJAKE DOWLINGFormer Waynesfield council member mediates with villageWapakoneta Daily Baptist Church to hold annual banquet2015-01-29T16:17:11-05:002015-01-29T16:17:11-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily News Harvest Baptist Church will be having its annual Harvest Sportsmen Banquet on Saturday, Jan. 31. The event will be open to the public.</p><p> See the Friday, Jan. 30 issue of the Wapakoneta Daily News for more details about the event.</p>Wapakoneta, OHCASSAUNDRA SMITHHarvest Baptist Church to hold annual banquetWapakoneta Daily council's finance committee meets2015-01-29T15:02:02-05:002015-01-29T15:02:02-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily NewsWapakoneta, OHTom WehrhahnCity council's finance committee meetsWapakoneta Daily rain advisory canceled for Auglaize County 2015-01-29T09:15:14-05:002015-01-28T22:20:20-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily NewsWapakoneta, OHJAKE DOWLINGFreezing rain advisory canceled for Auglaize County Wapakoneta Daily has big plans for 20152015-01-28T21:57:55-05:002015-01-28T21:52:29-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily News The village of Cridersville has some big plans in store for 2015. Village council, Cridersville Adminstrator Jarid Kohlrieser and Cridersville Police Chief John Drake, along with Executive Director of the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council Greg Myers, shared their plans Wednesday night during the Committee of a Whole meeting with what they would like to see done throughout 2015.</p><p> For more details, be sure to grab Thursday's copy of the Wapakoneta Daily News.</p>Wapakoneta, OHJAKE DOWLINGVillage has big plans for 2015Wapakoneta Daily's Cridersville Committee of the Whole meeting moved2015-01-28T16:05:29-05:002015-01-28T16:05:29-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily NewsWapakoneta, OHJake DowlingTonight's Cridersville Committee of the Whole meeting movedWapakoneta Daily restaurant set to open in Lakeview2015-01-29T08:21:09-05:002015-01-28T10:06:25-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily News A longstanding restaurant that has been a staple in the community of Lakeview has gotten a facelift thanks to a new owner who transformed it from a nautical-themed seafood and steak restaurant to an upscale, casual Italian bistro.</p><p class="p1"> J. Capitano's, formerly known as Captain's Point, will open its doors to the public Feb. 5, 6 and 7 for a soft opening, and will begin regular business hours starting Feb. 11.</p><p class="p1"> The soft opening will run from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the restaurant, located on 305 E. Harrison St., Lakeview, or by calling 937-597-1397. There will be 10 menu items that will be shared among groups of four, including appetizers, several entrees, salads and desserts.</p><p class="p1"> The grand opening on Feb. 11 will begin the restaurant's regular business hours. They will be open in the evening Wednesday through Sunday.</p><p class="p1"> In the spring, the restaurant will begin serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in addition to its regular evening hours, which have not been set. </p><p class="p1"> For the full story, see the Wednesday, Jan. 28 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.</p>Wapakoneta, OHJOHN BUSHNew restaurant set to open in LakeviewWapakoneta Daily's hearings in court2015-01-28T17:02:53-05:002015-01-28T09:33:52-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily NewsFollow for more updates throughout the day and be sure to see the Friday, Jan. 30 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.David Harris Andrews, 26, charged with rape, gross sexual imposition and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor made his pretrial appearance in court with family here to support him. He did not stand in front of Judge Frederick People. Wapakoneta, OHJAKE DOWLINGToday's hearings in courtWapakoneta Daily Village Council update 2015-01-27T20:37:07-05:002015-01-27T20:37:07-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily News The new Botkins Village Council president formally accepted the role during this evening's meeting held at 7 p.m.</p><p> For more details and coverage of the meeting, see the Wednesday, Jan. 28 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.</p>Wapakoneta, OHCassaundra SmithBotkins Village Council update Wapakoneta Daily tag deadline extended2015-01-27T10:47:24-05:002015-01-27T10:47:24-05:00Copyright 2011 Wapakoneta Daily NewsWapakoneta, OHJOHN BUSHDog tag deadline extendedWapakoneta Daily