State DD director tours group homes

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Step across the threshold of their homes and it’s easy to see the wisdom of moving adults with developmental disabilities out of institutional settings and into residential neighborhoods, says John L. Martin, director of the Ohio Department of...

Hancock County townships will select trustees, fiscal officers

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER At least one trustee will be elected Nov. 3 in each of Hancock County’s 17 townships. Each township also will elect a fiscal officer. The winners will serve four-year terms. Township trustee and fiscal officer are nonpartisan positions, meaning...

Garner Brumbaugh appointed trucking group’s vice chairman

Sherri Garner Brumbaugh, president and CEO of Garner Transportation Group, Findlay, has been named the American Trucking Associations’ newest vice chairman. The association said its board of directors appointed Garner Brumbaugh as vice chairman during a meeting this week....

Tiffin Ave. crash injures city man

A Findlay man was injured Friday in a two-vehicle accident on Tiffin Avenue. James Treft, 32, a passenger in one of the vehicles, suffered facial lacerations and was taken by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital after the 4:22 p.m. crash, Findlay police reported. Treft...

Ohio 568 accident hurts Carey teen

VANLUE — A Carey teenager was injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident on Ohio 568, northwest of Vanlue, about 9:26 a.m. Friday, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Bryce Tackett, 18, was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance, the...

‘Smart devices’ come with security risks

Chris Oaks spoke with Jay Yeater, marketing and channel partnerships manager at CentraComm. Q: This coming Wednesday, the University of Findlay computer science program and the Findlay-Hancock County Alliance will present the 14th annual Information Assurance Forum, with a focus...

New business

The McComb Emporium is led by Michele Robles, co-manager, left; Ruth Buchanan, vendor; Dan Orley and Peggy Dukes, co-managers. It sells a variety of new and used items, including collectibles, antiques, holiday items, jewelry, crafts, model trains, housewares, furniture,...

Director of arts center departs

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER With less than two months until opening day, the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts has announced that Jim Kreutzberg will no longer serve as center director. The announcement was made Thursday in a statement issued by Ed Reading, chairman of the...
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