Three people hurt in Findlay crash

Three people were hurt in a two-vehicle crash at 5:48 p.m. Thursday on Flag City Drive, Findlay police said. Transported to Blanchard Valley Hospital with non-incapacitating injuries were one driver, Chris Jones, 46, of North Baltimore, his passenger, James Burk, 55, of Cygnet,...

Wolf-like animal spooks Leipsic

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER LEIPSIC — It is still anyone’s guess whether a large, wolf-like animal seen running the streets of Leipsic this week was actually a wolf. And if so, no one seems to know how it got to the village. There was plenty of speculation throughout...

New Findlay station to pump natural gas

Truck drivers passing through Findlay will be able to fill ‘er up with compressed natural gas starting Monday at CNG Fuel, 5343 Distribution Drive, just north of Hancock County 212. The natural gas will cost the equivalent of about $2 a gallon. Compressed natural gas is...

Teacher departures concern McComb residents

By MICHAEL BURWELL STAFF WRITER McCOMB — Several McComb School District residents voiced concern Wednesday about the number of teachers who have left the district in the past year. McComb hired eight new teachers for the current school year. Fifteen total personnel left the...

Rarey-Roth bought; office to remain open

The AME Group of Vincennes, Indiana, has bought Findlay information technology consulting company Rarey-Roth. The AME Group plans to keep open the Rarey-Roth offices at 1710 Manor Hill Road and keep its 14 employees, according to Kyle Street, director of proposal management and...

School property sale put on hold

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — The sale of part of the former North Baltimore High School property is in limbo after two school board members Wednesday questioned the handling and legality of the deal. In a special session called by board member Jaimye...

Second meeting planned on movie theater

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — A second public meeting has been scheduled for next week to discuss saving North Baltimore’s single-screen movie theater. The Virginia Motion Pictures theater, 119 N. Main St., has been shuttered since July 31 as its...

Council panel doesn’t want to share tax

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Nonprofits may not have a chance to apply for a portion of Findlay’s hotel/motel tax revenue. City Council’s Appropriations Committee on Tuesday approved a recommendation to council that all of the money from the 3 percent bed tax be...
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