Findlay may require more teenagers to file tax returns

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER More Findlay teenagers may have to file city income tax returns in January, even if they don’t have income that’s taxable by the city. Under a proposed ordinance, all city residents, including those 16 and older, would have to file a return...

Disoriented deer damages city mall

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER Oh, deer! A deer took a late-night romp through the closed Findlay Village Mall on Tuesday, the Findlay Police Department reported. The incident was first reported at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, city police said. Witnesses outside the mall who contacted...

Two people facing burglary charges

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer RAWSON — Two Findlay residents are facing felony charges after allegedly burglarizing a rural Rawson residence Tuesday, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. Amy N. Dingus, 34, and Dustin P. Skeene, 36, both were charged with...

CG woman enters plea to theft charge

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer A Columbus Grove woman entered a plea and was placed into a diversion program Wednesday for stealing over $53,000 from Blanchard Valley Continuing Care Services, Findlay. Lauren M. Sautter, 28, pleaded guilty to grand theft, a fourth-degree felony,...

Second NB council seat winner announced

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NORTH BALTIMORE — Write-in candidate Matthew L. Archer was the winner of the second open seat on North Baltimore Council in Tuesday’s general election, the board of elections announced Wednesday. Four people, including three write-in...

Columbus Grove, Monroe Township levies approved

OTTAWA — Voters in the village of Columbus Grove and Monroe Township in Putnam County supported levies for current expenses, according to unofficial election results. Voters in Columbus Grove approved a 1.5-mill, five-year renewal levy by a vote of 408 to and 227. The issue...

Fostoria Council approves loan for Mennel Milling

By BRIAN BOHNERT for the courier Fostoria City Council on Wednesday approved a $150,000 loan to the Mennel Milling Co. for upgrades to a once-empty industrial property the company purchased last year. The loan, granted to BMP Maintenance Group on behalf of Mennel Milling, will go...

Ohio snuffs out legal marijuana

By JULIE CARR SMYTH Associated Press COLUMBUS — Ohio voters delivered a one-two punch Tuesday to an effort to legalize medical and recreational marijuana in the state, soundly defeating the pot issue and approving a ban on constitutional monopolies that specifically set out...
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