$2M bond set for shooting suspect

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — The Toledo man charged in the weekend shooting of a mother and daughter at Nye’s Trailer Park is being held on a $2 million bond, court officials said Tuesday. Terrence R. Williamson, 34, faces two counts of attempted...

Three new police officers sworn in

Three Findlay police officers were sworn in this week by Mayor Lydia Mihalik. Brian Rutter, 26, Benjamin Stoner, 27, and Isaac Williams, 23, took the oath of office at the Findlay Municipal Building. Rutter is an Elida High School graduate. He attended Ohio State University,...

Sheriff’s Office warning of deputy impersonators

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is making residents aware of a phone scam in which callers claim to be employees of the sheriff’s office. Area residents have told the sheriff’s office that they received calls from people identifying themselves as Deputy...

County reappropriates ditch funds

The Hancock County commissioners voted Tuesday to re-appropriate about $1 million in ditch maintenance and construction funds. County commissioners must vote each year to re-appropriate, or carry these funds forward, into a new year. The money is collected through property tax...

North Baltimore may sell excess sewage plant capacity

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council on Tuesday agreed to consider selling available capacity at its sewage treatment plant to other entities. The separation of storm water and sanitary sewer lines in North Baltimore in recent years has...

3 injured in Wyandot accident

UPPER SANDUSKY — A Findlay woman and two Wyandot County residents were injured when a pickup truck and an SUV collided Monday night at an intersection south of Upper Sandusky, near U.S. 23. Tami Barnett, 44, of rural Harpster, the driver of one vehicle, and her passenger,...

Two Fostoria shooting victims identified

By MORGAN MANNS FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — The two victims of Saturday’s shooting at Nye’s Trailer Park remain hospitalized in intensive care in Toledo and are “very fortunate to be alive,” Fostoria police officials said Monday. During a press...

Mayor Mihalik: city reaching goals early

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay is doing better than its leaders expected it would be by 2016. Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalik told the Findlay Rotary Club on Monday that she was happy to see her administration has already accomplished most of the goals that it wanted to reach by...
↑ Back to Top ↑