Projects to cause more traffic restrictions

Several streets in Findlay, and Ohio 12 between Findlay and Arcadia, will be closed, reduced to one lane, or have a detour, to allow for construction work through next Friday. The following streets will be closed to through traffic for curb replacement work: Marilyn Drive; Lilac...

Hancock Leadership classapplications now available

Hancock Leadership, a nine-month program to develop and cultivate people with a passion to serve, is accepting applications for the 2016-17 class. Participants will make connections with other class members and gain increased knowledge about the Findlay-Hancock County community....

Author knows why young men are struggling

Chris Oaks spoke with Philip Zimbardo, co-author of “Man Interrupted: Why Young Men Are Struggling, and What We Can Do About It.” Q: In your book, you point out that it’s rather ironic that, at a time when so much of the discussion is about the empowerment of...

Hazardous material drill to be held this morning

The Hancock County Emergency Management Agency is conducting a full-scale hazardous material drill today. The drill is set to begin at 9 a.m. at the University of Findlay’s All Hazards Training Facility, 5000 Fostoria Ave., according to the agency, and should run until...

Millstream head placed on paid leave

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER The director of Millstream Career Center was recently placed on paid administrative leave after coming to work under the influence of alcohol. Chris Renn, who has worked for Findlay City Schools for more than 30 years, was placed on leave on April 21,...

Need for noise wall discussed

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Residents in the neighborhood along Western Avenue near Ohio 15/U.S. 68 have until June 20 to tell state officials whether they want a noise wall built. More than 50 percent of residents who would benefit from the wall have to support it for the Ohio...

Pension rescue plan rejected

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER The U.S. Treasury Department earlier this month spared retired unionized truck drivers from a proposed 50 to 70 percent cuts in their pensions. Retired truckers of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters opposed the “pension rescue plan,”...

Latta to host forum on opioid epidemic

U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, will host a forum addressing the opioid epidemic in Ohio at the University of Findlay in June. Latta, who represents Ohio’s Fifth Congressional District, will be joined by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Ohio Department of Health...
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