Remodeled business

Scott and Gene Stevens stand in the showroom at Gene Stevens Honda, which has undergone $1.2 million in interior and exterior remodeling, including the showroom, offices, reception area, customer lounge and children’s play area. The Findlay dealership employs over 30 people...

Big parking garage: plans approved

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Marathon Petroleum Corp. in April will begin construction of a second parking garage in downtown Findlay, this one off of Lincoln Street. Plans for the five-story, 1,200-parking-space garage were approved Thursday by the Findlay City Planning Commission....

More opinions aired on recovery house

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER More opinions, pro and con, were aired Thursday about a planned addiction recovery house for women in Findlay. About 15 members of the public attended a meeting of the executive committee of the Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental...

Huston expects shootout

By DAVE HANNEMAN STAFF WRITER Josh Huston started talking about Ohio State’s football team using the “they” and “them” vernacular. Before the conversation was over, though, he was using terms like “we” and “us.” Once a...

Plans for school bus garage approved

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Findlay City Schools officials navigated a man’s opposition to a proposed north-end bus garage on Thursday with assurances they will address traffic and aesthetic concerns. The school officials prevailed on Findlay City Planning Commission to...

Two fires in county reported

Hancock County firefighters were called to two fires within minutes of each other Thursday morning. Washington Township Fire Chief Tom Moses said his department was called at 11:21 a.m. to a detached garage fire at 8606 Marion Township 242. Moses said the fire originated in the...

VB board hires firm to help prioritize building projects

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER VAN BUREN ­– An engineering firm has been selected to help Van Buren Schools prioritize building improvement projects. Van Buren school board unanimously agreed Thursday to hire Palmer Conservation Consulting, Twinsburg....

Sub-zero weather forecast prompts school cancellations

CINCINNATI (AP) — A blast of arctic air, which is expected to stick around Ohio a few more days, has prompted several area schools to cancel classes today. The National Weather Service said temperatures, already in the single digits in many parts of the state Wednesday...
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