Financial independence begins with a budget

Chris Oaks spoke with Jada Grandy, senior vice president at Fifth Third Bank. Q: April is Financial Literacy Month. You recently conducted a survey on financial literacy as part of your Lives Improved through Financial Empowerment Program. What did you find? A: Some interesting...

Findlay woman injured in Friday afternoon crash

A Findlay woman was injured in a three-vehicle accident at 1:11 p.m. Friday on Interstate 75 near Hancock County 99, at Findlay’s north end. Logan Harris, 19, was driving a 2002 Buick Century south in the right lane when she fell asleep and drove off the right side of the...

Severe weather spotter class offered Monday

A Skywarn severe weather spotter class will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday in the assembly room at Whirlpool Corp., 4901 N. Main St. The training is being hosted by the National Weather Service in cooperation with the Hancock County Emergency Management Agency and...

Man charged with felony after search of city house

A Defiance Avenue resident was arrested for drug-related charges Thursday. Andrew F. Clayton II, 31, was arrested for possession of marijuana, a fifth-degree felony, after police searched a house at 504 Defiance Ave. Police were called to the house early Thursday after a man...

Two men facing multiple drug trafficking charges

Two people are facing multiple charges of drug trafficking, according to recently unsealed secret indictments. Christopher J. Powers, 27, of Findlay, was charged with trafficking in heroin, a fourth-degree felony; two counts of trafficking in heroin, both fifth-degree felonies;...

‘Kids can make a difference,’ free speech icon tells students

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER Listening to a woman talk about her fight for free speech when she was just 13 years old gave Lena Kennedy a “sense of hope.” “Just think of all the limitless things we can do at 18,” said Kennedy, an 18-year-old who attends...

Police investigation prompts FHS lockdown

Findlay High School was on lockdown for about an hour Thursday morning as police investigated a report of shots being fired hours earlier at a car on nearby Defiance Avenue. No injuries were reported and no arrests had been made by Thursday evening. The high school lockdown...

Arcadia seeks suggestions for improvements

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER ARCADIA — New sidewalks, better streets and village park improvements could be in Arcadia’s future, if the village can secure a state revitalization grant. The first of three public meetings was held Thursday at the Arcadia Community Park...
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