Weather alerts to be available through local 2-1-1 service

The city of Findlay and Hancock County Sheriff’s Office will start reporting weather alerts and road closings through United Way’s 2-1-1 service. The service also provides information about school closings and delays, according to United Way of Hancock County. By...

Sprague named chairman of House subcommittee

State Rep. Robert Sprague, R-Findlay, has been named chairman of the Ohio House’s Health and Human Services Subcommittee, part of the Finance and Appropriations Committee. Sprague was appointed by House Speaker Clifford Rosenberger, R-Clarksville. “I look forward to...

Legal Aid of Western Ohio to move staff to Findlay office

Legal Aid of Western Ohio will be moving its staff to a Findlay office next month. Legal Aid of Western Ohio is a nonprofit organization that provides legal assistance to eligible low-income individuals. Kevin Mulder, executive director of Legal Aid, said the staff, including two...

NB man hospitalized for stab wound

CYGNET — A Cygnet man was arrested and a North Baltimore man was hospitalized following a stabbing incident in Cygnet Thursday night. The Wood County Sheriff’s Office reported the stabbing occurred in the 100 block of Venango Street about 5:30 p.m. The victim, whose...

Ag Hall of Fame nominations accepted

Nominations for the Hancock County Agriculture Hall of Fame are being accepted at Ohio State University Extension’s Hancock County office, 7868 Hancock County 140, Suite B, or at Greater Findlay Inc., 123 E. Main Cross St. Deadline is Feb. 6. The purpose of the awards is to...

Business reopens

Padrone’s Pizza has reopened at 908 Tiffin Ave. in Findlay. From left, Nicki, Brooklyn and Ben Long are the owners of the business, and Kevin King, right, is the general manager. Padrone’s is no longer affiliated with Adrianna’s Cafe downtown. Padrone’s...

Rep. Latta pans president’s proposals

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER More government, more regulation and more taxes. That’s what President Barack Obama proposed in his State of the Union address Tuesday night, but it’s not what people wanted to hear, U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, said Wednesday....

Findlay board to see plans for modulars

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER Plans to accommodate Findlay School District’s climbing enrollment by adding modular classrooms and shifting students between schools will soon be before the school board. Superintendent Ed Kurt told the district’s Strategic Planning...
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