Riverdale kindergarten teacher facing charge

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER A Riverdale kindergarten teacher has been charged in Findlay Municipal Court in connection with an incident involving one of her students last month. Barb Williams, a teacher who was caught on camera shoving her student against a wall and picking him up...

Augsburger named Bluffton mayor

By BRIAN LESTER STAFF WRITER BLUFFTON — Judy Augsburger said she had aspirations of one day being the mayor of Bluffton. She didn’t expect it to happen so soon. Less than five months after being sworn in as only the third female member of the Bluffton Council ever,...

Bluffton Library planning June programs

BLUFFTON — Stories, computer classes and movies are among the activities at Bluffton Public Library during June. Storytime, for 3-5 year-olds, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Mondays and 10 a.m. Tuesdays. “Tutor Me Paperless” will be offered on Wednesdays to provide...

Council discusses break-ins at park

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer ARLINGTON — A recent break-in at a concession stand at the Arlington Park was discussed Monday by Village Council. Candy, a hot dog roller and other foods were stolen after a door was broken. The theft is being investigated by the Hancock County...

Short-term traffic stops on I-75 begin tonight

Motorists traveling on Interstate 75 through Findlay the next two nights may be subject to short-term stops as part of the U.S. 224 interchange project. Construction crews will be temporarily stopping traffic between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. on both nights. Both northbound...

Harsh winter cost city more than $130,000

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER This year’s brutal winter cost Findlay government more than $130,000 for additional utility costs, vehicle repairs and overtime. Bills that administrators and department heads supplied to The Courier show the Public Works Department had the most...

City parks in for busy season

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER There are a variety of outdoor activities in Findlay and Hancock County for residents who want to stay close to home, attend free or inexpensive events, and experience programs, hikes and entertainment during the summer months. Findlay’s...

VB park features lake, trails, butterflies

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER There are a variety of outdoor activities in Findlay and Hancock County for residents and visitors who want to stay close to home, attend free or inexpensive events, and experience programs, hikes and entertainment during the summer months. This story...
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