Sheriff issues scam warning

Hancock County Sheriff Michael Heldman is warning residents about an Internet scam asking the victims to send money. According to Heldman, scam artists have been contacting people by email. The scammers, who often identify themselves as a family member or friend, advise that they...

New business

Southside Nails & Spa, a new business owned by Mandy Tran, offers pedicure, manicure, acrylic nails, gel colors or shellac. It also offers a spa pedicure for kids. Safety is emphasized. Southside Nails & Spa sanitizes its equipment with a steamer and ultraviolet light. It...

City workers getting 3 percent pay increase

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council approved a 3 percent raise for all non-elected city employees Tuesday night at a cost of $300,000 per year. “Our department heads and staff have enabled us to award our employees,” Mayor Lydia Mihalik said. The raise will...

Murder case: Coroner details baby’s injuries

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A 44-day-old Findlay boy suffered multiple injuries and fractures before he died at a Findlay home in 2013, a Lucas County deputy coroner testified Tuesday. The baby’s father, Jerrod Hartman, is charged with murder in the child’s death....

Task force targets child abuse cases

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER A newly-formed public/private task force wants official recognition of its offer to work with Hancock County Children’s Protective Services on child abuse and neglect cases. Susan Pneuman, owner and executive director of The Center for Autism...

UF spring quarter enrollment grows

The University of Findlay has seen a spike in enrollment for the spring 2015 semester, increasing 8.4 percent over spring 2014. Currently, 3,876 students are enrolled this semester compared to 3,578 for spring 2014, according to the university. The university said enrollment...

One seriously injured in I-75 accident

VAN BUREN — One person was seriously injured when a commercial truck rolled over at around 1:15 a.m. Tuesday on Interstate 75 in Hancock County, a mile north of Ohio 613. The crash blocked the northbound lanes for three hours. The Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol...

NB Council criticizes snow removal work

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — Snow removal by village workers in North Baltimore drew criticism Tuesday from Village Council. Village Administrator Donna Dettling, expressing frustration, said the issue would be addressed. “The safety of the citizens...
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