Sunday Jul 6
Weekend collision injures 2
A Findlay woman and a McComb man were injured in a two-vehicle accident Friday evening at Hancock County 180 and Ohio 15, just south of Findlay.
Sun. Jul 6th, 2014
By DR. BRAD BUNDY While the rest of Ohio has had an increase in the number of deaths and emergency room visits related to unintentional drug overdoses, the numbers are decreasing in Hancock County.
2 injured in Hancock County collision
A two vehicle collision around 6:30 p.m. Friday on Highway 15 sent two people to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to a police report.
There isn't much down time for police, but, when there is a lull in criminal activity, officers can provide a valuable service by dusting off the unsolved murder files.
Motorcycle crash injures Findlay man
A 59-year-old Findlay man was injured in a motorcycle crash Thursday night on Ohio 235, north of McComb.
McComb hoping to speed up water tower construction
By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer McCOMB - McComb Council hopes a South Dakota firm hired to construct a new water tower can hurry its schedule, village officials said Monday.
40 for the 40thPosted on Fri. Jun 20th, 2014
AUSTIN GERBER and Josh Preteroti were paired through Children's Mentoring Connection.
Thu. Jun 19th, 2014
By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer The founder of a network in which volunteers in private vehicles transport senior citizens and people with disabilities brought her ideas to Findlay on Tuesday, outlining how the model works in larger cities and what it might look like in a rural... The Findlay Rotary Club's Service Above Self Award was presented Monday ... (more)
Most third-graders meet reading targets
The state says nearly nine of 10 Ohio third-graders met new reading targets and can move on to the fourth grade after follow-up testing.