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By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER The official kickoff of the Christmas shopping season in Findlay will start about 5 p.m. Thursday. Just hours after their Thanksgiving feast, many...

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  • I-75 lane reductions tonight between Ohio 18, 613

    Interstate 75 may be reduced to one lane between Ohio 18 and 613 for pavement repair from 7
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    Findlay woman hurt in three-vehicle crash

    A Findlay woman was hurt in a three-vehicle mishap at 2:05 p.m. Monday in the 100 block of West
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    Columbus is Democratic convention finalist

    Columbus is one of three cities under consideration to host the 2016 Democratic National
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    UPDATED: Ferguson grand jury decision at 9 p.m.

    FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A grand jury has reached a decision about whether to indict a Ferguson
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    Rollover on Ohio 18 near North Baltimore

    McComb EMS was dispatched to a commercial vehicle  rollover on Ohio 18, at the intersection of
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    UPDATE: Former Riverdale teacher sentenced

    Former Riverdale teacher Barb Williams was fined $250 for attempted child endangerment.
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    Findlay fire chief retires for Marathon job

    Chief Tom Lonyo is set to retire from the Findlay Fire Department to take another job. Lonyo’s
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014

    United Way helps low-income, pre-K kids

     The  United Way of Hancock County is giving up to $75,000 to Findlay City Schools for a pilot
    Posted On 24 Nov 2014