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Findlay, Ohio is located in Hancock County. Zip codes in Findlay, OH include 45840, and 45839. The median home price in Findlay is $149,500. More Findlay information.

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4 hrs ago |

Gentlemen, start your ovensPosted on Fri. Aug 29th, 2014

MATT HAUGH, of Arlington, is shown with some of his first-place sugar cookies at the Hancock County Fair.


8 hrs ago |

The next step

House Bill 363, the "Good Samaritan" bill, should be put on the front burner when Ohio lawmakers return to work.


Thu Aug 28, 2014

High weeds: Council looks for weapons

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay is still trying to kill its weed problem, and the solution it's looking for may already be in place in another part of the state.


Bridge club organizing for season

The Findlay Bridge-a-Round is organizing for the 2014-2015 season, which will run from October through May. The registration fee is $10 per person for each flight in which one plays.


First flower competition held

FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS are on display at the Hancock County Fair Wednesday. The fair's first flower competitions began Wednesday and will continue through Saturday.


Wed Aug 27, 2014

Lineup announced for Arts Partnership shows

The Arts Partnership has announced the lineup for its 2014-2015 Marathon Petroleum Corporation Performing Arts Season.


Fair pavilion, flower shop fire

Hancock County fair officials have had ambitious ideas before, most notably one several years ago to relocate the fairgrounds to county-owned land just west of Findlay.


Sleepy timePosted on Wed. Aug 27th, 2014

Some teenagers can take a nap anywhere, it seems. Lyndsay Flugga of Findlay was taking a snooze in the hog barn Tuesday as preparations were underway for the Hancock County Fair, which opens today.


Turning point

In the beginning, the Findlay Village Mall was basically two strip malls separated by open space.


13 compete to be fair royalty

Thirteen teenagers are competing for the titles of Junior Fair queen and king at the Hancock County Fair.


Tue Aug 26, 2014

Hoof Beats

Hancock County Fair races for the cure

Scheduled to race are local celebrities: Smokin Joe Bacon of WBVI, Findlay Municipal Court Judge Robert Fry, Hancock County Sheriff Michael E. Heldman, Jordan Strack of WTOL11 Sports, breast cancer survivor Chris Arnold, and Michaela Conkle .



Ohio Logistics joins B4B Alliance

The Findlay, Ohio-based warehousing and logistics company joined the alliance that represents a consortium of small businesses, according to a news release.


Fair week

Someone, somewhere, in Hancock County may be asking: Why should I go to the Hancock County Fair? That's a good question, but a better one, though hard to imagine, may be: What if we didn't have a county fair? For starters, we'd have six fewer days each year to bring together the best of our rural and urban lifestyles.


School board buys house next to Donnell School

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER The Findlay school board approved the district's purchase of a residence next to Donnell Middle School for $150,000 in a 4-1 vote on Monday.


City files appeal of arbitratora s ruling

By RYAN DUNN staff writer An arbitrator overreached his authority in reinstating a fired Findlay police sergeant, the city of Findlay is arguing in court.


Mon Aug 25, 2014

Blaze destroys longtime city flower shop, arson suspected

Pam Gonzales, left, and her daughter, Madisyn Gonzales, leave the scene of a fire that destroyed Sink's Flower Shop and Greenhouse on Monday.


Crash injures Findlay motorcyclist

A Findlay motorcyclist was seriously injured Monday afternoon when he was struck by a car near the Kroger store on Sixth Street.


Toledo Blade

Fire destroys Findlay flower shop

A Findlay flower shop was completely destroyed in an early morning fire that also damaged the siding of four nearby houses.


Morning fire damages Sinka s Flower Shop

The damaged front of Sink's Flower Shop on Second Street in Findlay. A fire damaged the greenhouse and flower shop on Monday morning.


Sun Aug 24, 2014

How did settlers pay for land in Ohio?

Q: How much did the first Ohio immigrants pay for government land? Could they request specific areas? - Jeannette Trout, Upper Sandusky.



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