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Two Findlay residents were hospitalized after an afternoon crash in the city. Lynn Childers, 39, and Steve Childers, 49, was transported by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital after a 1:48 p.m. crash on the 1200 block of Tiffin Avenue, said Officer Chris Huber.
3 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER A Hancock County farmer has found a valuable use for the byproducts of ethanol production - as cattle feed.
8 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
PHOTOGRAPHER TERRY BAKER is shown with some of the 1,500 sets of wedding negatives he is making available to customers before closing his North Main Street studio next week.
Downtown Findlay businessman Karl Kuhlman was all smiles Wednesday as 13 new U.S. flags were delivered to him to replace flags that were vandalized along North Main Street.
By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER About $13 million already has been raised for the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts, which kicked off its public campaign Tuesday during a ceremonial groundbreaking in downtown Findlay.
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Hearing no objections from City Council members on Tuesday, Findlay administrators plan to move forward this fall with Municipal Building renovations that will create more space for municipal court and relocate part of the police department.
There is much to be learned from the case of the Riverdale School kindergarten teacher whose teaching career all but ended when she was caught physically confronting a 6-year-old student in a school hallway in May. What happened then may never have come to light had the... Demonstrators hold signs from an overpass during a protest against people ... (more)
Marathon Petroleum Corp.'s corporate health, environmental, safety and security department and the University of Findlay's Clubhouse Reading Center are partnering to offer "Little Free Libraries" in four neighborhoods in Findlay/Hancock County.
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER A 26-year-old Toledo woman, Tiesha McQuin, was the female passenger killed with a Grob Systems executive in an airplane crash early Sunday about two miles north of Findlay, family members of McQuin said Tuesday.
One of the victims in the crash near Findlay was the CEO of an Ohio manufacturing company.
UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY students Kayla Mansfield and Anna Wachter visit in one of the resident homes on campus.
Community members from Toledo to Findlay are reaching out to help heal the wounds caused by recent destruction of American flags along North Main Street here.
By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts is set to break ground on Tuesday.
The Dayton Development Coalition announced Monday the company's plans for growth, which comes on the heels of a major acquisition that makes the company the largest convenience store chain in the U.S. The company will purchase a 55,572-square-foot office building in Springfield's NextEdge Applied Research and Technology Park to house the expanded ... (more)
By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Breast-feeding mothers in northwestern Ohio and around the world will gather for the Big Latch On on Saturday, an effort to raise awareness of breast-feeding and to set a record for the most women simultaneously breast-feeding.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:57 pm
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