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The University of Findlay Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Carey, will present "String Classics" at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 27, in Winebrenner Theological Seminary, TLB Auditorium.
Findlay Fire Department responded to a garage fire within the 600 block of West Hardin Street around 6:25 p.m., scanner traffic indicated.
A potential lack of money in the federal Highway Trust Fund is not expected to affect three large road projects in the Findlay area, the Ohio Department of Transportation reports.
Roger Powell, right, takes Lane Rife, 6, of Fostoria, on a tour of the Easter sand sculpture at the Hancock County Fairgrounds on Friday.
Women take a turn carrying a cross through the streets of Findlay on Good Friday, during a community cross walk hosted by five churches.
The Findlay Military Association is seeking nominations for both the Veteran of the Year and Soldier of the Year for the annual Armed Forces Day on May 17. The Veteran of the Year should reside in Hancock County and have an honorable discharge.
The Findlay City School District has three new buildings and it is doing a good job maintaining its older ones.
The Findlay Courier reports .Marathon was competing with nearly 400 companies among the Fortune 500, based on employee survey responses.
By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Work will begin Monday on a new mural, to be painted on the side of First Federal Bank on South Main Street in downtown Findlay.
THE BARBARIANS clubhouse on Cass Township 215 remains boarded up seven months after more than 21 gunshots were fired there, wounding one man.
FOUR MEMBERS of the Abubo family, above, recite the Pledge of Allegiance on Wednesday as they attained their U.S. citizenship during a naturalization ceremony at the University of Findlay.
Twenty-one new Americans took the oath of U.S. citizenship during a naturalization ceremony Wednesday at the University of Findlay.
Twenty-one people became United States citizens during a naturalization ceremony held at the University of Findlay's Koehler Recreation Center on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
Richard J. Rinebolt, 91, who became a lawyer as he intended from childhood, then a Hancock County prosecutor and a common pleas judge, died Monday in Birchaven Village, Findlay.