Arcadia all-day kindergarten efforts proceeding

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER ARCADIA — Plans to implement all-day kindergarten in the Arcadia school district next school year are proceeding, following a school board vote Wednesday. The Arcadia school board gave its superintendent permission to proceed with renovating a...

Kitchen fire damages Carey residence

CAREY — There were no injuries when cooking oil ignited in a kitchen at 606 Crab Apple Drive, Carey, about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to Carey Fire Chief Chad Snyder. Two girls and two infant children were at the residence and evacuated. The residence is owned by Lisa...

City Council OKs payment to ex-fire chief

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER After more than a year of debate, Findlay City Council agreed Tuesday to a sick time payout for retired Fire Chief Tom Lonyo. By a 6-2 vote, council agreed to pay Lonyo $32,375. First Ward Councilwoman Holly Frische, who has long been against the payout,...

Findlay man killed in U.S. 224 accident

A Findlay man was killed and a McComb man was injured in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on U.S. 224, east of Findlay near Hancock County 248. Dyllin Ortmann, 19, was declared dead at the scene by Hanco Ambulance personnel, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office...

Carey OKs industrial park road

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER CAREY — Council approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday to accept a dedicated plat for the road in Arrowhead Commerce Park. As a result, the village will maintain the road. As part of the agreement, the road is not required to have curbs and...

Board OKs resolution for building project

By MORGAN MANNS FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — Fostoria City Schools moved the school district building project forward during Tuesday night’s school board meeting. The board approved a resolution authorizing participation in the Ohio School Facilities Commission...

FEDC receives council support

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — Fostoria Economic Development Corp. received a show of support from city officials Tuesday night, one month after a major South Korean tile maker opened its first American plant in Fostoria. Fostoria City Council approved an...

Upgrade of NB downtown considered

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council on Tuesday agreed to pursue grants for upgrading its downtown. A four-phase project would include waterline replacement and repaving a portion of Main Street downtown. The work could cost $3 million, and...
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