City tree-planting efforts focus on neighborhoods

By ALISA WARREN Staff Writer The Adopt-A-Tree program, which has helped citizens plant trees throughout Findlay for about 30 years, will be replaced by another program starting this fall. Adopt-A-Tree aimed to plant trees around town with the help of individual volunteers....

Seneca County fair ready to roll

TIFFIN — A variety of musical performances will be featured in the Entertainment Building during the 173rd Seneca County Fair, which opens Monday and continues through Sunday, Aug. 2 at the fairgrounds in Tiffin. Nashville Crush will perform hour-long sets at 7 p.m. and 9...

Keep kids reading this summer

Chris Oaks spoke with Nora Gaydos, educator and author of the “Now I’m Reading” book series for kids. Q: These may be the “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer,” but parents shouldn’t let their kids get too lazy because the so-called “summer...

Curb work to close 2 Findlay streets

Two roads in Findlay will be closed starting Monday for curb replacement. East Edgar Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Main Street and Emory Adams Park, and East Pearl Street will be closed to through traffic between Main Street and Washington Avenue. Both streets...

Council Legislation

July 21, 2015 Public attendance: 12 Ordinances 2015-54, third reading, rezoning Lot 1307 at 810 N. Cory St. from “R-2 single-family” to “R-4 two-family.” Ordinance adopted 6-4, with 1st Ward Councilwoman Holly Frische, 6th Ward Councilman Jim Niemeyer, 2nd...

Time to lower Findlay business signs?

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay business owners may have to replace their pylon signs, those that sit atop a pole. City officials and the planning commission are considering requiring businesses to use “low profile” monument signs, while phasing out existing signs...

Dorney Plaza plans getting cool reception

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Efforts to turn Dorney Plaza into a community gathering place may conflict with the need for safety around the Hancock County Courthouse and other government buildings, county officials said Thursday. Several elected officials, including Sheriff...

NB to host Good Ole Summertime Festival

NORTH BALTIMORE — Downtown North Baltimore will host the annual Good Ole Summertime Festival this Saturday. Events include a cornhole tournament, music, food and a 5K run. A charity car show benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Northwest Ohio will be held on North Main...
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