Missing Wyandot teens tracked to town in Pa.

The search for two missing Wyandot County teenagers is zeroing in on a small Pennsylvania town. Triston Kindle, 16, of Upper Sandusky, and Rose May, 15, of Sycamore, were reported missing Monday. The teens are said to have left their residences between midnight and 4 a.m. Monday....

Council Legislation

June 2, 2015 Public attendance: 3 ORDINANCES 2015-40, second reading, rezoning 706 W. Main Cross St. from “R-3 Single-Family High Density” to “M-1 Multi-Family Medium Density.” 2015-41, second reading, rezoning 1769 Romick Parkway from “I-1 Light...

Plumbline now Solomon Cloud

Plumbline Solutions, a Microsoft developer, has changed its name to Solomon Cloud Solutions. The Findlay company said its name change better reflects its mission and relationship with its affiliated companies and product brands. The affiliated organizations of Solomon Cloud...

Delayed taxes getting attention

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Pressure is mounting. Findlay City Council members stopped clashing about it and reached a consensus on Tuesday: They will look at the city’s practice of letting some businesses delay their income tax payments. It looks like...

Ohio cancels poultry shows

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER All live bird shows across Ohio have been canceled this year to protect poultry from a deadly strain of the avian flu, the state Agriculture Department announced Tuesday. That means exhibitors will not be allowed to show poultry at the Hancock County...

Second health office location considered

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER The Hancock County Combined General Health Board will take a second look at setting up operations at a city-owned building on West Main Cross Street. Earlier this year, the city of Findlay and the Hancock County District Advisory Council, which...

Grand jury indicts city man involved in police standoff

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A Findlay man who was involved in a standoff with city police on Bright Road last month was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury on Tuesday. Brandon J. Gibson, 24, was indicted on one count of having weapons while under disability, a third-degree...

Council approves EMS funding

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — After being told a vote taken last month was made in error, North Baltimore Council approved legislation Tuesday to continue funding the village’s emergency medical service for this year. Last month, as Council President...
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