GALION - A new arcade and entertainment complex complete with classic pinball games from the past along with newer games has opened downtown. For kids and adults alike who love to play pinball and arcade games, get ready: There are more than 40 games. There's also a restaurant serving up various types of burgers and fries and more, with big screen TVs for watching sports; and a bar area for alcoholic beverages. The official grand opening was scheduled for 4 p.m. Friday.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - A family of four fled their residence Monday morning without shoes and with only the clothes they were wearing after a fire broke out in their nearby garage. Monday, the Liberty Township Fire Department had not yet released the names of those living at the structure at 4632 Paris St.John Boyer said he and his wife Mandi and their son, 12, and daughter, 8, were asleep when their mother got out of bed and saw flames in a corner of the body shop around 1 a.m. Monday.
The fire in the rural Crawford County village was reported at 1:12 a.m. It caused the family to flee the burning house. Liberty Township fire Chief Rick Harley said everyone got out safely. He said he is not sure how many people lived in the building. He added he does not know if the family had insurance. He did not have the names of the residents and said the cause of the fire remains under investigation. The local chapter of the American Red Cross was called to assist the family.
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Selecting a term
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