Landfill to accept dirt from interstate project

The Hancock County commissioners have agreed to accept up to 200,000 cubic yards of fill dirt from the project to widen Interstate 75. The commissioners signed an agreement with Miller Brothers Construction to take the debris at the Hancock County Landfill, 3763 Hancock County...

Joint justice center plan discussed

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Seneca County Commissioner Jeff Wagner supports the idea of a joint city/county justice center, but he wants to wait longer before construction begins. But Commissioner Fred Zoeller said Tuesday he wants to move ahead to avoid higher...

North Baltimore school board names new athletic director

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — The North Baltimore school board replaced its athletic director Tuesday, but will be looking for both boys and girls varsity basketball coaches. Robert Luderman will become the district’s athletic director, effective Aug....

Organizers scale back Findlay downtown plan

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Reverse-angle parking and Main Street lane reductions, both controversial aspects of a proposed downtown Findlay traffic plan, have been scrapped. Instead, organizers say they are going with a subtler approach that would still promote economic...

High school entrance to get $2.5M upgrade

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER This fall, students at Findlay High School will notice a nearly $2.5 million difference. The high school’s entrance will be upgraded this summer with a security door, cameras, and a new office that anyone entering after school has started will have...

State providing another $4M for flood control

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER State Sen. Cliff Hite and state Rep. Robert Sprague announced Monday that area flood-control efforts are in line for more state funding. Sprague said Ohio will earmark $4 million for flood-control construction in Ottawa. That is in addition to $3...

State auditor says his office keeping eye on public funds

By RYAN DUNN staff writer State Auditor Dave Yost understands that many Ohioans do not know what his office does. Yost on Monday used his platform as Findlay Rotary Club speaker to detail his office’s financial oversight. “The vast majority of public employees are...

Four city residents charged in early-morning burglary

Four Findlay residents were arrested for burglary-related offenses early Monday, the Findlay Police Department reported. Police were called to a report of a burglary at 1000 Crystal Meadow Court at 3:47 a.m. Monday. Later that morning, a vehicle with four suspects inside was...
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