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VIDEO: Shop with a firefighter

Shop with a Firefighter is in its fifth year of offering Christmas help, with help from Findlay Hope House, to area families. Each child was given $200 to spend on Christmas gifts for themselves and family members. This year’s event was dedicated to the late Randy Grose,...
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VIDEO: National service comes to Findlay

It has been happening for 24 years. Starting in 1992, volunteers across the United States gather at cemeteries to place wreaths on the graves of veterans. The organization is called Wreaths Across America. On Saturday, Jon Brumbaugh added Findlay to the national effort. As part...
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VIDEO: Santa comes to the Findlay Village Mall

Saturday marked the first day of Santa appearing at the Findlay Village Mall for pictures. He will be there during mall hours from now till the 24th, except Thanksgiving.
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VIDEO: A parade for remembering

Findlay held its annual Veterans Day parade and ceremony Saturday, Nov. 6. The parade ran from Lincoln Street to Center Street, stopping at the Veterans memorial prayer, speeches, 3 volleys, and taps.
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Dead faces celebrate life

Rosita Harper, a retired professor from the University of Findlay, and Angela Romero Gentry, retired from Marathon, hosted their second Day of the Dead dinner Saturday night. The event, held at Casa Fiesta, brings together people hoping to learn more about the Mexican tradition...
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VIDEO: A glass act

Friday night was a nice night for a walk in downtown Findlay. Even better when that walk was the 2016 fall ArtWalk. From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. the sidewalks and businesses of downtown played host to music, arts, and crafts. One stop – among the listed 32 – had some heat...
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VIDEO: A night of treats

While not on Halloween, the Thursday 2016 Findlay Trick-or-Treat night still managed to draw a large crowed. From 6:30 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. the sidewalks crawled with heroes, monsters, villains, animals, and cartoon characters. All of them walking house to house for a treat. The...
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VIDEO: 2016 Findlay Halloween parade

Hundreds of people lined the streets of downtown Findlay Tuesday night for the 2016 Halloween parade.
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VIDEO: A flash of support for Trump

The front sidewalk of the Hancock County Courthouse was very quiet at 11:44 a.m. Saturday. All it took was a minute for things to change. Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held signs and waved at passing traffic as...
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VIDEO: Early voting starts today

Early voting for the November elections starts today, October 12, at the Hancock Board of Elections office on Lincoln Street. Just 28 days out from the general election, Ohio is opening its polls for voters to turn out and make sure they have enough time to cast their vote in the...