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One injured in Upper Sandusky accident

UPPER SANDUSKY — The Upper Sandusky Police Department responded to a one-car accident in the 200 block of West Johnson Street Monday night. The accident was reported was at 8:40 p.m., and one person was taken to the hospital, according to police. No other information was...
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VIDEO: 2014 State of the City Address

Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalik delivers the 2014 State of the City Address on Monday at Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Read the full story on the mayor’s speech here.

Findlay cyclist injured

A Findlay cyclist was transported to the hospital this afternoon after a minor crash. Vincent May, 48, of Findlay, was riding his bike at 3:15 p.m. Monday on West Main Cross Street toward Main Street. He turned left toward the 100 block of Broadway and collided with a vehicle...

Osborn Avenue bridge to be replaced

The Osborne Avenue Bridge, used by nearly 5,500 vehicles per day in Findlay, will be replaced in 2017, according to the Hancock County Engineer’s Office. Steve Willson, project manager with the engineer’s office, said it will take about six months to replace the bridge. Traffic...
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VIDEO: A look at Central Auditorium’s legacy

A brief look at the role Central Auditorium has played in Findlay’s arts culture throughout history. [Video from Marathon Performing Arts Center]

County roadways expensive to keep clear this winter

It has taken about 400 tons more of salt and thousands of dollars more in overtime to keep Hancock County’s roadways clear of snow and ice this winter, when compared to last year. County Engineer Christopher Long said about 1,900 tons of salt was left over from last year, and his...

Allen Township 99 to be closed on Wednesday

Allen Township 99 will be closed at the intersection with Distribution Drive on Wednesday for installation of a sanitary sewer, according to the Hancock County Engineer’s Office. The road will be closed, weather permitting, during working hours and re-opened at the end of...

UPDATE: Blanchard cresting at Ottawa, water recedes elsewhere

The Blanchard River at Ottawa appears to have crested at about 25.52 feet early this morning, which is just about 18 inches below “moderate” flood stage there. Otherwise, other streams and creeks are returning to within their banks throughout northwestern Ohio. The...

Letters to the Editor 02-24-14

THE DEMISE OF BASKETBALL? Blame the NBA, but there are more to blame. Blame parents — they only want their player to put up points. Ignore the other four players on the team (unless they are your best friend). If you have a player open — pass the ball! That player...

Historical museum to host overnight activities for children

The Hancock Historical Museum will host a Night at the Museum March 7. Children ages eight to 12 are invited to join museum staff and volunteers for an overnight and explore how history comes alive after dark. Activities will include flashlight tours of the museum campus,...