Marathon again boosts bid for processor

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER For the second time in a week, Marathon Petroleum Corp. on Tuesday boosted its purchase offer for MarkWest Energy Partners, this time by about $200 million in cash. The deal, which MarkWest unitholders will vote on Dec. 1, is now valued at about $10.65...

Findlay eases proposed rules for tax returns

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER A proposal to require Findlay teenagers to file city income tax returns, even if they didn’t have earnings, has been removed from a proposed ordinance. The city’s updated income tax ordinance would have required all city residents, including...

Man indicted in credit union robbery

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A Toledo man was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury Tuesday after allegedly robbing a Findlay credit union last month. Maurice O. Moore, 45, was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony, for taking money from Impact Credit Union, 14901...

Main Street bridge to be named for Ralph Cole

The Main Street bridge in Findlay may be named the Lt. Col. Ralph D. Cole Memorial Bridge. State Sen. Cliff Hite on Tuesday announced that the Senate passed a bill to name the bridge in Cole’s honor. The bill will be sent to the Ohio House for further consideration....

Findlay councilwoman takes state job

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay At-Large Councilwoman Anne Spence is resigning to take a job as the northwestern Ohio liaison to the state auditor’s office. Spence told council members Tuesday night that she will turn in a resignation letter today to Council President Jim...

Fostoria mayor proposes eliminating income tax credit

By BRIAN BOHNERT for the courier FOSTORIA — With the only source of funding for several Fostoria firefighters expiring next year, Mayor Eric Keckler has proposed the elimination of a city income tax credit. “We have thought for quite some time about what would be a...

NB Council considers pay ranges for employees

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council on Tuesday gave a second reading to legislation to enact more precise compensation ranges for non-elected municipal workers. The legislation also will better outline duties of employees. The ordinance...

Bluffton woman hurt in accident

BLUFFTON — A Bluffton woman suffered minor injuries in a single-car accident Tuesday afternoon on Hancock County 313 near Bluffton. According to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Diana Ludwig, 58, was driving southwest on Hancock County 313 at Union Towship 51 at...
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