April 4, 2012 RSS feed / News

NSCC Announces Tuition Increase

The Northwest State Community College Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition to $142 per credit hour at its Friday, March 30 meeting. The increase is 4.4% over the old tuition rate of $136 per credit hour. More...

Lambert Family Doesn’t Benefit Directly From "ABC 4 Maddy"

Despite the fact the name of the group is “ABC 4 Maddy,” the Lambert family does not directly benefit from money raised by the group. More...

Council Okays Contract To Accept Credit Cards

Archbold Village Council approved a contract with Infintech, Cincinnati, to process credit card payments for village utility bills and Parks & Recreation Department fees during its Monday, April 2 meeting. More...

Official Vote Count Held

Melanie Gilders, deputy director of the Fulton County Board of Elections, said the official count of the March 6 primary election ballots was held Friday, March 23. More...

Special Assessments End For Some North Pointe Homeowners

Homeowners whose houses are in the first phase of the North Pointe subdivision, North Pointe Drive, have reason to celebrate, as their special assessments have been paid off. More...

February Unemployment Unchanged; Steady At 10%

Unemployment remained at 10% for the second straight month, according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The county unemployment rate had been 8.7% or less since August 2011, but jumped to 10% in January 2012. More...

Area Students Place At State BPA Event

Nate Rodriguez, Archbold, Joel Brakefield, Pettisville, and Emily Brinegar, Fayette, were among 11 students from the Four County Career Center who placed in the top 10 in the 2012 Business Professionals of America competition. More...