Weekend: ‘These songs ring a bell’

Have you ever heard a tune you recognized on a commercial ad or in a hotel lobby and said, “What is that name of that song? Where have I heard it before?” Maybe you watched the game show, “Name That Tune,” and said, “I would be good at that game....

Weekend: Get Out!

Events GLASS CITY RECORD SHOW Sunday Music lovers can boogie on up to Toledo for the Glass City Record Show to buy, sell and trade vinyl, CDs, tapes, posters, 45s, 78s, and movies. Dealer tables are $35 each. Admission: $1. Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Knights of Columbus...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. THOMAS VAIL Did you know that April is National Foot Health Awareness Month? According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, approximately 20 percent of people have at least one foot problem annually. It may be the result of poor-fitting shoes, or the result of an...

Weekend: The right flowers can optimize your outdoor living space

By LAURIE WURTH PRESSEL Greenhouses are brimming with lovely flowers of every size, shape and color at this time of year. You may be eager to bring some of these beauties home to liven up your landscape and garden. Without a doubt, the right flowers can enhance your enjoyment of...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY J. STEPHANI EMDR, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, is the new treatment technique for a variety of anxiety issues, particularly post-traumatic stress syndrome. There are training programs for clinicians that include a period of supervision time for the...

Prostitution ‘big’ in region; online ads lure customers

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer Prostitution is “big” in the Findlay area, says a former call girl, and people don’t realize it because “it’s higher class.” “I think people are very naive to it because it’s happening right under...

Former prostitute: Sex started in childhood, then came drugs

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer Jill learned about sex before she knew how to color. She was sexually abused by a family member when she was 3 years old. “I was a very sexually active child,” she said. “That was pretty much what I knew at a young age.”...

Region’s drug deaths climb toward urban level

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer Hancock County’s number of fatal heroin overdoses is rising, and the region’s drug fatalities may reach the level of Ohio’s “urban problem,” according to one expert. In 2015, there were 16 overdose deaths in Hancock...
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