Three-store strip mall planned

TIFFIN — A strip mall-style shopping center has been announced for Tiffin. The proposed space will be a $1.1 million investment, include three retail spaces, and be located at 596 W. Market St., Tiffin, the site of a former bank. Construction is expected to be completed...

Three streets closed for sewer project

Three streets in Findlay will be closed today for construction of a new storm sewer. Lynn Street will be closed from G Street to H Street, G Street will be closed from Lynn Street to the railroad, H Street will be closed from Lynn Street to McConnell Street, and the corner of...

Several local candidates to speak at GOP luncheon

The Republican Party’s First Friday Luncheon will feature candidates who will appear on the March 15 primary ballot in several local races. Scheduled speakers include the following: Amy Ikerd, an assistant Mercer County prosecutor; Richard Palau, Tiffin City prosecutor; and...

Pedestrian injured Wednesday night

A Findlay pedestrian required hospital attention after being struck by an SUV at 7:08 p.m. Wednesday in a North Main Street intersection, city police said. Jack Rickard, 39, was transported with non-life threatening injuries by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital....

Sheriff’s deputies cite Findlay woman after Ohio 12 crash

A Findlay woman was cited following a single-vehicle injury crash on Ohio 12 in Liberty Township at 6:51 p.m. Tuesday, authorities reported. Holly Linhart, 32, suffered minor injuries and was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance, the Hancock County...

HPD seeking monitoring volunteers

The Hancock Park District has several opportunities for volunteers to assist with monitoring in the parks. Environmental monitoring A hands-on, in-the-field approach to monitoring environmental changes and assisting with habitat restoration provides participants a wide range of...

Findlay joins city schools’ fiber network

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay city government will participate in the schools’ fiber network project. City Council approved participation and $150,000 in startup costs for the project on Tuesday. “I’m excited that we can move forward and collaborate with the...

Findlay stays atop business growth list

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER For the second straight year, Findlay ranked first for business growth among 575 small cities nationwide in 2015, according to Site Selection magazine. It won the distinction with a list of 26 projects, including construction of five wind turbines near...
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