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By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER With other city employees facing pay freezes and layoffs, Findlay City Council members decided Tuesday not to approve raises for themselves and the city treasurer for the next two years.
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By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer About 120 people, mostly farmers, met with U.S. Rep. Robert Latta on Tuesday, demanding "some common sense out of Washington" when it comes to flood-control efforts along the Blanchard River watershed.
Tasha Dimling always looked forward to sharing a prized bottle of wine on Christmas Day with her father from his cellar.
The Delaware Supreme Court on Monday dismissed Cooper's appeal against an earlier lower court ruling that Apollo was meeting its obligations to reach new contract terms with unions at Cooper plants in Ohio and Texas.
A Findlay man was sentenced Monday to four years in prison for a drunken-driving crash that resulted in his passenger's death.
Q: Why were so many different types of asphalt used on Hancock County 236 this summer? -- Jack Grant, Findlay.
A Findlay man was given a suspended sentence and given three years of probation Friday for causing an accident that killed his fiancee and two of their children last year in Seneca County.
A winter storm rattled a sizable portion of northwestern Ohio Saturday and left a wave of cancellations and accidents in its wake, dropping 5.25 inches of snow on Hancock County, the Ohio Department of Transportation's Buckeye Traffic website reported.
The Youtheatre Young Playwrights Group's fourth season begins with a group reading/review of the students' draft scripts on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at The Arts Partnership, located at 618 S. Main St. Students in grades six through 12 are encouraged to participate for the opportunity to earn the title of Youtheatre's Young Playwright ... (more)
By RYAN DUNN staff writer A former Findlay Police Department sergeant has filed a $1.5 million defamation lawsuit against a current police officer.
Improvements to the Findlay pool, and additional ballfields near the Cube are likely as government leaders consider additions and improvements made possible by the city's improved budget.
The tendency when people have more money coming in than going out is to spend the excess.
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.