Bike Rodeo teaches youngsters about safety, bicycle maintenance

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer With summer just around the corner, young bicyclists refreshed their safety skills and made sure their bikes were properly maintained during the Findlay Police Department’s annual Bike Rodeo on Saturday. The fourth annual Bike Rodeo, a bike...

Motorcycle-truck collision injures Findlay woman

A Findlay woman was injured when a motorcycle and a truck collided at the intersection of Morey and Madison avenues Saturday morning, the Findlay Police Department reported. Motorcycle driver Connie McCabe, 54, was taken by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital with...

Weekend: Park district hosting annual Peter Rabbit Tea

This year’s Peter Rabbit Tea will feature the story “The Tale of Jeremy Fisher.” First, guests will head to the barn to have the story read by Beatrix Potter. Then it’s over to the 1847 McKinnis house for “tea.” Afterward, meet one of the...

Weekend: Gardeners, start growing!

With the melting of the snow and the arrival of spring, gardeners are anxious to begin to bring their winter garden plans to life. Hopefully, your plans will include entries in the Hancock County Fair flower shows this September. The 2014 flower shows at the fair were a success...

Weekend: Old Millstream Ringers to perform

The Old Millstream Ringers English Handbell Ensemble, under the combined direction of Martha Avery and Gail Malloy, will present “God & Country,” a presentation of both sacred and patriotic music. The concert will be Saturday, May 16 at 7 p.m. at the D.O.C.K. at...

Weekend: Author to share legends

Come and join Author Candace Miller at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, as she shares the legends from her books. You will be able to purchase her books: “Tales from the Creature Kingdom,” “Tales from the Bird Kingdom” and “Tales from the Plant...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events FREE ADMISSION FOR MOM May 10 On Sunday, Sauder Village salutes Mother’s Day with free admission for all moms visiting the historic village. Mothers, grandmothers and even great-grandmothers are invited to spend a day experiencing life in the past while making...

Weekend: What to do with the kids when summer comes?

By JENNY SCHAUB Having children out of school poses another dilemma: What do we do with the kids? More 21 million families have two parents that work outside of the home. The National Endowment for Financial Education has come up with options for you to consider as you plan for...
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