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By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council intends to approve a general fund budget next year that will allow hiring 11 additional workers in various departments, including public safety.
The Findlay man charged with murdering his infant son appeared briefly in court on Thursday.
Docket From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff's Office: Police Department A woman was apprehended for shoplifting clothes Monday from the Tiffin Avenue Walmart.
Savvy oil and gas investors will realize that U.S. refiners are slowly shifting their focus to international markets -- a move guaranteed to generate solid returns.
The Liberty-Benton Board of Education took a step toward firing choral director Bryon Black on Monday by approving a resolution to initiate his termination.
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Leigh Esper, the Arts Partnership's executive director, will be leaving at year's end to help raise funds for the University of Findlay, she recently announced.
A Findlay man is facing a misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter for allegedly causing an accident that killed his fiancee and two of their children last year in Seneca County.
By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Farmers in Hancock County have asked U.S. Rep. Robert Latta, R-Bowling Green, to attend a private meeting to discuss farmers' concerns about the Blanchard River watershed flood study.
Docket From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff's Office: Police Department A motorist was cited for having a suspended driver's license during a traffic inquiry Friday on Howard Street.
Q: The old school on Blanchard Avenue, Findlay, is in terrible, dangerous shape.
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER When Niswander's Jewelers closes later this month, it will mark the passing of a 78-year-old family business, a downtown Findlay landmark and a milepost in the changing world of commerce.
Snow emergencies were cautiously lifted around Ohio during a sunny Saturday, even as communities were bracing for more wintry weather ahead.