Arcadia seeks income tax renewal

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Arcadia School is asking its community to continue supporting it through an income tax. The school district placed a 1 percent income tax renewal on the May 6 ballot. The tax has been in place since 2004, said Laurie Walles, superintendent. The new tax...

State Central Committee races on ballot

Three Findlay residents are running for State Central Committee seats in the May primary election. All three have competition. The Republican and Democratic parties each have a State Central Committee. A man and a woman are elected to each party’s committee in each Ohio...

Man facing felony charges following search Thursday

Findlay police said a stolen firearm and illegal drugs were discovered Thursday inside a city home. Officers executed a search warrant at 216 George St. at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, based on information about a stolen firearm from Risingsun. Resident Phillip A.M. Bibler, 20, was...

Continental man faces sex charges

NAPOLEON — A Putnam County man has been indicted on 44 counts of sex offenses. Mark R. Snuggs, 60, of rural Continental, has been charged with 13 first-degree felony counts of rape and 31 third-degree felony counts of sexual battery, according to Henry County Common Pleas...

‘We have that freedom now’

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Members of the Abubo family have been part of the Findlay community for years, but this week they made it official. The Abubos attained their U.S. citizenship Wednesday afternoon during a naturalization ceremony at the University of Findlay. It was an...

Council considering street vacations

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council is methodically approving the closing of streets and alleys for projects that will eventually alter access and traffic patterns in three parts of the city. Council this week gave third and final readings to legislation to vacate...

No arrests yet in 2013 shooting

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER Seven months ago, more than two dozen motorcyclists swarmed a Hancock County clubhouse. They left swiftly after one man was wounded in a flurry of gunshots. One neighbor described the 21 gunshots as an “eruption” of gunfire. But a lack of...

Healy resigning as NB administrator

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council this week accepted the resignation of its village administrator, and hired a full-time interim emergency medical service chief. Kathy Healy, the village administrator for more than seven years, submitted...
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