Findlay woman hurt in Interstate 75 crash

A three-vehicle crash on Interstate 75 injured a Findlay woman and forced southbound traffic to be rerouted at the Hancock County 99 interchange for about two hours early Wednesday. Mary Boes, 52, of Findlay, was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance with...

Three hurt in city accident

A Findlay woman was injured Wednesday in a three-vehicle accident on West Trenton Avenue at Bolton Street. Two other Findlay motorists were treated for injuries at the accident scene. Maria Botello, 39, was taken by Hanco Emergency Medical Service to Blanchard Valley Hospital...

Council Legislation

Feb. 2, 2016 Public Attendance: 15 ORDINANCES 2016-06, second reading, by emergency, appropriating $32,375 for the former fire chief’s sick time payout. 2016-07, second reading as amended, by emergency, amending the salary ordinance by requiring the administration to get...

Council debates pay hike approval

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council may soon regain the authority to approve pay raises of more than 8 percent for any city employee. Council members on Tuesday debated whether the administration should have to seek council’s approval before giving an employee...

Findlay man charged with robbery

A Findlay man was charged with robbery following an incident at a city residence Tuesday morning. Findlay police said Austin M. Frey, 18, was arrested on a charge of robbery, a second-degree felony, and is being held at the Hancock County jail. According to police, a male...

Fostoria auditor grilled on ’15 budget

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — Staring at a 2015 year-end deficit of nearly $400,000, members of Fostoria City Council’s Finance Committee said they feel duped by City Auditor Steve Garner after he promised a brighter outlook. Garner presented his 2015...

$2M bond set for shooting suspect

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — The Toledo man charged in the weekend shooting of a mother and daughter at Nye’s Trailer Park is being held on a $2 million bond, court officials said Tuesday. Terrence R. Williamson, 34, faces two counts of attempted...

Three new police officers sworn in

Three Findlay police officers were sworn in this week by Mayor Lydia Mihalik. Brian Rutter, 26, Benjamin Stoner, 27, and Isaac Williams, 23, took the oath of office at the Findlay Municipal Building. Rutter is an Elida High School graduate. He attended Ohio State University,...
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