Findlay board lengthens 11 school days

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Area school districts are deciding how to make up days missed during a winter that closed some schools for three weeks. Findlay City Schools will make up two missed days by extending the school day by one hour for 11 straight days. The school board on...

Council OKs seeking grant for downtown

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council unanimously agreed Tuesday to allow administrators to apply for a grant that would help pay for downtown traffic and safety improvements. It also consented to a controversial Lye Creek project, which will also be paid for with grant...

Tiffin man admits killing two people

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER UPPER SANDUSKY — A rural Tiffin man has admitted fatally shooting his girlfriend and a man inside a Wyandot County sportsman’s club. Richard L. Clark Jr., 65, pleaded guilty Monday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court to two counts of aggravated...

Project frustrating officials

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Frustrated with renovation work on the third floor of the courthouse, Hancock County officials are considering a lawsuit. The commissioners held a closed executive session Tuesday afternoon to discuss the problems with Judges Joseph Niemeyer and...

Four indicted for burglary

By RYAN DUNN staff writer A Hancock County grand jury on Tuesday handed up indictments against four Findlay men who are charged with the armed burglary of a city home. Cayd W. Burton, 19, Zachary H. Montgomery, 19, Nicholas A. Rarey, 21, and Adrian L. Castillo, 22, all face a...

Council approves loan to business

By BRIAN BOHNERT for the courier FOSTORIA — Economic development was the top priority Tuesday night as Fostoria City Council approved two ordinances aimed at bringing jobs to the city. Council suspended the three-reading rule and approved a $50,000 loan from the revolving...

Citizen airs spraying concerns

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council on Tuesday agreed to examine its mosquito spraying program. A village resident said the public should be made aware of the times the village sprays for mosquitoes at the park and throughout the village....

Fewer ambulance districts in Seneca County proposed

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Ken Majors, director of Seneca County Emergency Medical Service, recommended Tuesday the county reduce the number of ambulance districts but increase the manpower to provide for better coverage. In a presentation to the Seneca County...
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