2-year-old boy injured in accident

A 2-year-old boy was seriously injured when he was pinned between two vehicles on a city street Thursday night, Findlay police reported. According to police, the boy was playing between two parked cars in the 200 block of Ely Avenue at 8:30 p.m. when one of the parked cars came...

Man found in reservoir; death believed to be suicide

UPPER SANDUSKY — The death of an Upper Sandusky man whose body and truck were found in a city reservoir Thursday is believed to be a suicide, Upper Sandusky police said Thursday night. Authorities said the body of James D. Zoll, 72, was found in Upper Sandusky’s...

Motorcyclist hurt Wednesday night

MOUNT BLANCHARD – A Dunkirk man was injured in a motorcycle crash on Hancock County 17 south of Ohio 103 near Mount Blanchard Wednesday night, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. James Green, 51, of Dunkirk, was injured in the crash, which occurred...

UF suit seeks damages for grass mishap

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER The University of Findlay has filed a lawsuit against a landscaping company after the majority of the university’s grass was killed when it was accidentally sprayed with the wrong herbicide last year. According to court documents, the university...

County fairgrounds to host Findlay’s annual Bike Rodeo

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER The Findlay Police Department’s Bike Rodeo will be held Saturday in a new location. The fourth annual Bike Rodeo, a bike and helmet safety event, will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. The...

City man dies after accident

A Findlay man died following a four-vehicle accident on West Bigelow Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Findlay police said Raymond Landes, 65, of Findlay, was pronounced dead at Blanchard Valley Hospital after he was taken there by Hanco Ambulance. Police said an investigation is...

Street repaving work planned

Four streets will be closed beginning today for resurfacing projects in Findlay. Findlay workers will be paving Vincent Street, Brenda Court, Western Avenue and Broad Avenue, work which could continue through Saturday, depending on weather. The city asks drivers to avoid these...

School bus driver wins state contest

A Findlay City Schools bus driver won first place in the state “School Bus Driver Road-e-o,” and now moves on to an international competition. Debbie Hill, who has been a bus driver with Findlay for 30 years, was first out of 48 participants in the state contest. To...
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