Pop-up book gallery to open

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER The Laiho Gallery, the first pop-up book gallery in the world, will open tonight at the University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum. Because of a donation from museum docent Ginny Laiho and her husband, Rikhard, an additional 325 square feet of gallery...

City police release photos of suspect in Sunday robbery

Findlay police have released photos of the suspect they say robbed the Som Carryout on Sunday, and who may be the same person who robbed a Mobil gas station Monday night. In the robbery at Som Carryout, 825 N. Main St., the suspect brandished a knife and wore a dark-colored mask...

Bluffton University to add nursing major

BLUFFTON — Bluffton University will be adding a four-year nursing program that will allow students to earn an associate degree to become registered nurses and then complete a bachelor of science in nursing. The program, which is expected to begin in fall 2016, will be...

Public input sought on downtown plans

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER City officials are seeking public reaction to plans for altering two streets in downtown Findlay. The plans call for bicycle lanes on Cory Street, which would eliminate the southbound driving lane. On Main Street, the plans envision medians, bumped-out...

Police: Some Findlay holdups may be related

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Several Findlay businesses have been robbed recently and police say some of the holdups may be related. At least six businesses have been robbed since September, some more than once, Findlay police have reported. Most recently, a robber entered the...

Officials shelve plan to restrict business signs

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay business owners will get to keep their “pylon” signs. A proposal in July called for city business owners to use “low-profile” monument signs, while phasing out existing signs on poles, known as pylon signs. But the sign...

County joining school district’s fiber-optic loop

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Hancock County’s commissioners decided Tuesday to join Findlay City Schools’ planned fiber network. It is expected to cost the county about $115,000 to buy into the fiber-optic loop. The network is expected to cost the school district...

HPD receives money for trail

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER The Hancock Park District is receiving $332,402 from the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation for development of the Blanchard River Greenway Trail. The estate of Eveline Stitt, who died March 1, earmarked the money to the park district, with...
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