New I-75 walls to reduce traffic noise

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER The $220 million widening of Interstate 75 north of Findlay to three lanes in each direction will be finished by September 2017, a state transportation official said Monday. Then, widening of I-75 in Findlay to three lanes in each direction and...

BU to offer speech language pathology

Starting this fall, Bluffton University students will have a new major to choose from: speech language pathology and audiology. The university is beginning the four-year program and is offering an incentive of a $3,000 renewable scholarship for new students who choose the major,...

Treatment plant talks moving ahead

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER McCOMB — Negotiations are expected to start in earnest in late March on an agreement to permit a Bowling Green agency to oversee McComb’s water and sewer treatment plants operations. McComb Council recently gave the first of three required...

Two hurt in Main Street crash

Two people were injured Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash on North Main Street in Findlay. The drivers, David Baldridge, 35, of Findlay, and Jennifer Smith, 45, of Cygnet, were taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office...

Dump truck strikes car; one injured

A Napoleon woman was injured Monday afternoon when her car was struck by a dump truck on Lima Avenue, the Findlay Police Department reported. Jaime Potts, 31, was taken by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital with non-incapacitating injuries, according to the police....

Meeting planned on park project

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Mount Blanchard Heart and Soul group will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Delaware Township Building on South Main Street. The group will be finalizing the plan for the development of Hurricane Park which will be presented by RCM Architects. The plan...

Cash Explosion show remains wildly popular

By KAREN FARKAS Cleveland.com COLUMBUS — Twenty-nine years after it launched, the Ohio Lottery’s Cash Explosion show remains must-see TV for thousands of Ohioans, who tune in every Saturday evening to watch ordinary folks jump, cry and scream over winning tens of...

Local school effort takes national stage

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER What began as a community effort over a year ago will soon culminate with a national conference for two Findlay City Schools employees. Kelly Glick, assistant principal at Donnell Middle School, and Darlene Mack, guidance counselor at Donnell, will...
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