Teenager hurt in 3-vehicle crash

A 16-year-old Findlay girl was taken to the hospital following a three-vehicle accident Monday afternoon on East Main Cross Street at Osborn Avenue. The juvenile, whose name was not released, was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance with possible injuries,...

Council must take another vote on medical pot moratorium

Findlay’s two-year moratorium on dispensing, processing or cultivating of medical marijuana isn’t official yet. At its regular meeting on Oct. 18, council failed to take a final vote on the ban after its third reading. Council voted twice on the moratorium at the...

Area motorists warned about deer-car accidents

Area law enforcement agencies are reminding drivers that November is the month with the highest number of vehicle-deer collisions. Last year, there were a total of 411 vehicle-deer crashes in Hancock County that resulted in $1,000 or more in damage to the vehicle, according to...

Carey group plans documentary, ‘Haunted Halls of Carey School’

CAREY — The Carey Area Paranormal Energy Research Society will release a documentary, “C.A.P.E.R.S. Investigates: The Haunted Halls of Carey School,” which details the group’s investigation of the former Carey School. The organization will host a public...

3 charged with arson

FOSTORIA — Three people were arrested Monday in connection with an early morning arson in Fostoria. According to Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno, two juveniles and one adult were arrested after officials ruled a house fire at 231 Sandusky St. was intentionally set. Shawn...

Wife of Tim Kaine to visit Findlay

Anne Holton, wife of Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine, is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Findlay on Wednesday. Holton is expected to visit Democratic campaign headquarters at 830 N. Main St. at 5:30 p.m. Holton, a former Virginia secretary of education, also...

ONU awarded grant for moot court event

ADA — Ohio Northern University’s Center for Democratic Governance and Rule of Law has been awarded a $2 million grant from the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs of the U.S. State Department to administer the Jessup International Law Moot...

Many buildings, including city schools, still contain asbestos

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER The link between asbestos and health problems was discovered decades ago, but many buildings, including public schools, still contain the hazardous material. Findlay City Schools has 13 buildings with asbestos in them, and a re-inspection of those...
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