The city of Maumee has purchased the building presently housing Citizens Bank in the heart of its uptown. Plans are in the works to add a new business to the area. Citizens will move out Nov. 9, 2021. Also in uptown Maumee, Sunshine Communities has expanded its footprint in the city. It has opened another … More Uptown Maumee business changes
I want to thank all of you who attended my town hall meeting with speaker and Lucas County Auditor Anita Lopez. It is her office that is charged by the state of Ohio with determining the mandated three-year assessment of property values. Attendees were some of the first to learn of the property value of … More Triennial real estate town hall
The Maumee Chamber held its annual banquet showcasing are hometown heroes and honoring local teachers. Former Police Chief Dave Tullis was named Outstanding Citizen. Cheryl Herr, a certified emergency nurse at McLaren St. Luke’s received the Hometown Heroes Award. Others honored included Joseph Dollman, Bridge Award for his work with the Boy Scouts as well … More Maumee’s Hometown Heroes
On October 8 from 6:30-8:00, Wayne Trail elementary is hosting a trunk or treat for Maumee elementary school students from grades K-5. Families can attend with their children and the cost is $2 per child. Bring your best costumes! I’ll be there with a trunk full of candy ready for all the kids!
Now is the time to pick milkweed pods and bring them in a paper bag to the Lucas Soil and Water Conservation District building located at 130 W. Dudley St. Outside this office are recycling bins where you can place your bag(s). The milkweed pods are opened, and each seed is separated from the floss … More Save the Monarch Butterfly
On Friday, October 1, the Maumee Senior Center will host Maumee native Gene Parker and fellow musicians at the center on S. Detroit Ave. Parker will play while those lucky enough to have tickets will enjoy a meal of chicken cooked in white wine, seafood chowder and French sweets. Wine and coffee will be available … More Jazz joins French cuisine at Maumee Senior Center
The MHS football season kicks off this week against Clay at Kazmaier Stadium so head out and support the Panthers!
After a year of being closed, the Maumee Senior Center is back open and serving in-person lunches once again. Thanks to a grant and local donation, the center was able offer improvements to its participants. To serve the greater request for home delivered meals, a larger refrigerator and freezer were purchased. Touchless faucets and towel … More Maumee Senior Center Reopens
Let’s keep the kids reading this summer, so vital to their education. On that note, Fairfield Elementary has added a book box to its grounds. Available all summer, the box will be stocked with pre-school through 5th grade level books. Children can borrow and return the books throughout the summer. A big thanks to the … More Fairfield Elementary adds Book Box