‘Green’ waste site reopening

Findlay’s “green” waste site at 350 W. High St. will reopen Tuesday. The dropoff site is available to city residents at no charge and can be used to dispose of leaves, brush, limbs and grass. The site is open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and...

PH renewal levy on primary ballot

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER HAMLER — Patrick Henry School District voters will be asked May 5 to renew a levy that helps pay for general expenses. On the ballot will be a 3.83-mill, three-year renewal levy, according to the Henry County Board of Elections. The tax...

School income tax before NB voters

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore school officials are asking voters to renew an income tax that will appear on the May ballot. School district voters will cast ballots on a 1 percent, five-year tax renewal. The tax generates $695,000 annually...

Carey EMS president to be honored

UPPER SANDUSKY — Dean Kessler, a longtime member of the Carey Emergency Medical Service, will receive the Wyandot County Red Cross “First Responder of the Year” award during a “Boots and Badges” event on April 11. Kessler is a 12-year veteran of the...

Citizens may decide city officials’ salaries

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER The future salaries of Findlay’s elected officials may be determined by the citizens they serve. An ad hoc committee of City Council members met Tuesday and discussed creating a “citizen commission” to decide whether elected officials...

Two drug court defendants receive encouragement, praise from judge

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Two drug court participants saw a different side of Judge Reginald Routson on Tuesday. The two Findlay men, who committed crimes while under the influence of opiates, received praise and encouragement for their recovery progress from Judge Routson...

Site considered for new health district office

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER The newly-formed Hancock County Combined General Health District has asked the county commissioners to hire an architect to study housing the joint health department in a county building on Hancock County 140. Commissioner Phillip Riegle said the...

EPA regulations reviewed

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER By April 21, Findlay City Council could be presented with new water drainage and pollution regulations that the Environmental Protection Agency will require the city to enforce. During an informal committee of the whole meeting Tuesday, council members...
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