Household problems topic of Habitat for Humanity’s Restore workshops

The Lima Ohio Area National Association of Women in Construction Chapter 374 and Habitat for Humanity’s Findlay Restore are partnering to provide free quarterly Restore It Yourself educational workshops. The focus of the one-hour events is to show homeowners how they can take care of and prevent common...

It’s a gas, but it’s no fun

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Radon, a cancer-causing gas prevalent in this area, can easily seep into homes through basements and crawl spaces, unbeknownst to the occupants. Fortunately, it can be easily remediated. The radioactive gas is naturally released as rocks break down in the soil, said Kurt Brickner, one...

City Mission at 70 percent of capital campaign goal

Charles Bishop, Jack Waddell and Aleta Yates were elected new members of the City Mission board of trustees Monday. For December, 645 individuals were housed at the mission, bringing the total for 2014 to 5,342 nights of lodging. More than half of those who came to the mission in December were first-time...

CASA/GAL seeks board members

CASA/GAL of Hancock County is seeking candidates to serve on its board of trustees. The nonprofit agency recruits, trains and supports volunteers to serve as guardians-ad-litem in Hancock County Courts. CASA provides a voice for the best interest of children in protective services or court advocacy as a result of...

Credit union establishes scholarship

A new scholarship sponsored by the Hancock Federal Credit Union has been established with the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. The award will assist Hancock Federal Credit Union members and their children with the cost of post-secondary education. Hancock Federal Credit Union was first chartered on May...

ONU observatory plans viewing

ADA — The Ohio Northern University Astronomy Club will host a public viewing of an asteroid and a comet from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. today. The small asteroid, measuring 0.3 miles across, will fly past Earth close enough to be seen through telescopes. It is scheduled to pass through the constellation Cancer during...
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