Monday, September 25, 2017
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  • Renovations under way at Ada Library
    The Ada Public Library is about to undergo some major changes.
  • 104th F&M Picnic set for August 12
    The 104th Annual Farmers & Merchants Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 12.
  • Ada named one of Ohio’s 50 safest cities
    The Village of Ada was recently recognized as one of the Top 50 Safest Cities in Ohio by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.
  • Girl Scouts To Georgia
    On Sunday, June 18, a group of girl scouts began a journey that actually started nearly a decade ago. Troop 20301 decided when they were in elementary school that they wanted to take a trip to Savannah, Georgia, the birthplace of their founder, Juliette Low Gordon.
  • On June 30th, 2017 the Hardin County Crime Task Force assisted by the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, Kenton Police Department, Hardin County Special Response Team, BKP Ambulance District, Hardin County Prosecutors Office and the Hardin County Dog Warden conducted a drug buy operation in conjunction with other drug raids in the City of Kenton.
  • One fish, two fish, red fish...BATMAN!
    Gotham City came to Ada last Friday when Batman arrived to read to kids as part of the Ada Public Library’s Summer Reading program.
  • Like coming home
    After a lifetime of moving from one place to another, Rhett Grant, Ada Public Library’s new director, is happy to call the village ‘home.’
  • Ada K9 killed in auto accident
    Last week Ada lost their favorite K9 Officer, Jaeger.
  • Ada Kiwanis Club Scholarships Awarded
    The Ada Kiwanis Club awarded seven scholarships to Ada High School graduating seniors tonight at the 36th annual Senior Honor Awards Dinner held at the school.
  • Ada FFA Members Honored
    Recently at the Ohio FFA Convention, five members of the Ada Chapter received a State Degree.
  • Harvesting the Swarm
    On Tuesday afternoon, a swarm of bees were rescued from downtown Ada by the local bee team Mike Gablonski and Donna Girdler.
  • Ada businesses, officials recognize National Police Memorial Week
    During Tuesday’s Ada Village Council Meeting, Chief of Police Michael Harnishfeger expressed his gratitude to area businesses that recognized the village’s law enforcement officers during National Police Memorial Week.
  • Troglin charged in Main Street fire
    On Thursday, an Ada woman appeared in Hardin County Municipal Court on five charges related to a May 3 residential fire at 409 North Main Street in Ada.
  • Ada Public Library welcomes YouTube star with 3.8 million views to perform free this Thursday, June 22 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Ada Community Health Professionals Bldg., 1200 S. Main Street, Ada.
  • Sweet Treats for Seniors
    On Monday VFW Quarter Master Wynn Hauenstein and Post Commander Allen Conley delivered 156 boxes of Girl Scout cookies to the residents  of Vancrest nursing home on behalf of the Ada VFW Post 9381.
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