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Village junk pickup planned

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER ARLINGTON — Arlington Council on Monday agreed to hire a company for the annual village-wide junk pickup on May 8, but some changes may be considered to the program. The village will again hire J&N Haulers of Ada to haul away curbside junk...

Natural gas costs decline

The cost of natural gas, and residential natural gas bills, continue to fall for Columbia Gas of Ohio customers. Columbia Gas’ Standard Choice Offer for April is 39 cents per 100 cubic feet, or 20 cents less than a year ago. The average residential natural gas bill for...

Internet provider complains about service interference

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER CAREY — A wireless Internet service provider, which has provided service in Carey for 13 years, objected to interference caused by the close proximity to its antennas of a second company during Carey Council’s regular meeting Monday. Tom...

Bluffton Council tables alley vacation request

By Hannah Dunbar STAFF WRITER BLUFFTON — Bluffton Village Council on Monday tabled an ordinance to vacate an alley off Jackson Street, after neighbors objected. The ordinance was requested by Steve and Allison Mittendorf of 356 S. Jackson St., and their neighbors, Andy and...

Blanchard Valley Hospital honored

Blanchard Valley Hospital has been named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, a provider of data-driven analytics and solutions to improve the cost and quality of health care. Blanchard Valley Hospital also was recognized with the honor in 2005...

City expands water shut-off policy

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay officials can now turn off water service to make property owners clean up junk in their yards. A rule change allows the city to shut off water to properties that are in violation of city ordinances requiring owners to dispose of trash, junk and...

Spence challenging Staschiak

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Two Republicans are vying for the Findlay auditor’s post. Voters will choose between incumbent Jim Staschiak and At-Large Councilwoman Anne Spence in the May 5 primary election. Absentee voting begins this week. A third Republican candidate,...

Tiffin Metal Products planning expansion

TIFFIN — Tiffin Metal Products will invest $750,000 for machinery and equipment during the next three years, add 18 jobs and retain 91 existing employees, according to David Zak, president and chief executive officer of Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp....
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