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Findlay's U.S. 224 bridge over Interstate 75 will be closed to traffic from 9 p.m. today until 6 a.m. Monday as workers demolish the southern half of the bridge, the Ohio Department of Transportation reports.
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The on, then off, discussions between Findlay and Hancock County officials about combining health departments appear to be on again.
Bainbridge Road, Fraud - A woman's attorney contacted the police March 2 on behalf of her client who wanted the community to be aware of a scam.
The Findlay Art League's Photo 32 show will open at 7 p.m. Friday, with awards presented at 7:30 p.m. The opening and photographers' reception is open to the public.
Read for Life will hold volunteer tutor training from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 21 in the Lindamood Room at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library.
In her debut novel "A Lily at Dawn" , author Rebecca Fellrath pens a romance novel that illustrates the true power of the love of God and the love of another.
Kindergartners learn how to take cover in the hallways at Findlay's Jefferson Primary School during a statewide tornado drill on Wednesday.
When state Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, stepped to the podium at the Kiwanis Club luncheon today, he sounded every bit the politician with an election to win.
Tuesday was a big day for fans of Girl Scout cookies. A total of 3,300 cases of cookies were dropped off at the Centrex warehouse on Findlay's Fostoria Avenue for pickup by Girl Scout leaders and volunteers.
By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Count the Blanchard River Flood Mitigation Study among the Army Corps of Engineers' $4.8 billion in funded projects this year.
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Twenty full-time jobs will be added downtown on Monday when a new company, which helps hospitals and physician offices collect payments, moves into the former Corporate Research International building, 129 E. Crawford St. IntelliHARTx and its subsidiary, ITx Healthcare, plan to grow to 200 to 250 employees in five years, ... (more)
RETIRED JUDGE JOE Moorhead enjoys a laugh with Probate Court Judge Allan Davis. Moorhead, who died Saturday, spent more than 35 years in public service before retiring as Hancock County Common Pleas Court judge in 1976.
Findlay First Edition, Findlay High School's show choir, was named the overall grand champion at the Solon Show Choir Invitational, held Saturday in Solon.