Weekend: Get Out!

Events GOLDEN YEARS OF RADIO PROGRAM Sunday The Allen County Historical Society welcomes Larry Oatman, who will take the audience on a nostalgic trip back into the days of radio by sharing audio treasures from his collection of more than 68,000 programs, including “Fibber...

Weekend: Gypsy moth is an eating machine, can be found in Hancock County

By PATTY WOODARD The gypsy moth, a formidable insect that can attack more than 300 different types of trees and shrubs, can be found in Hancock County. Its favorite trees are oaks, but will also feed on crabapple, hophornbeam, aspen, willow, sweetgum, hawthorn, witch hazel,...

Weekend Doctor

By NANCY PROCTOR Every business knows how integral a core set of values is to driving behavior that results in exceptional product and service quality. However, most haven’t really considered how a value of humor in the workplace facilitates success. When you can laugh and...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY J. STEPHANI This political season is proving to be a challenging one. Many of us find ourselves on the opposite side of the political spectrum from our spouse, parent, child, co-worker, boss, respected friend. Politics and religion can bring out the best and worst in...

Minor injuries in Tiffin Avenue crash

Minor injuries were reported to one driver involved in an accident in the 500 block of Tiffin Avenue, according to the Findlay Police Department. The crash involved a Toyota FJ Cruiser and a motorcycle around 2:06 p.m. in the 500 block of Tiffin Avenue, police reported. One...

Two injured in accident on Township 234

FINDLAY — Two minors were injured Saturday in a single-vehicle accident on Township 234 near Township 207, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. One juvenile drove a 1999 Ford Taurus north on Township 234, went off the edge of the road, overcorrected and...

Army Corps’ OK holds up flood study

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer It turns out the decision on whether to abandon efforts to gain federal funding for construction of the proposed 9.4-mile Eagle Creek diversion channel isn’t entirely up to the Hancock County commissioners. The commissioners learned Friday the...

Projects to cause more traffic restrictions

Several streets in Findlay, and Ohio 12 between Findlay and Arcadia, will be closed, reduced to one lane, or have a detour, to allow for construction work through next Friday. The following streets will be closed to through traffic for curb replacement work: Marilyn Drive; Lilac...
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