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2 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
BRIAN AND MARTHA Davis hold their newly-adopted daughter, Autumn, during an adoption ceremony conducted by Judge Allan Davis on Wednesday at St. Andrew's United Methodist Church.
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3 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
THE BARBARIANS clubhouse on Cass Township 215 remains boarded up seven months after more than 21 gunshots were fired there, wounding one man.
6 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER With construction season commencing, Findlay City Council on Tuesday agreed to accept state and county funding for some street repaving and curb projects.
10 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
It's most appropriate that Thursday's memorial service for Judge Richard J. Rinebolt will take place at the Hancock County Courthouse.
14 hrs ago | Toledo Blade
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.
18 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
The Hancock County Department of Job and Family Services will hold its Pinwheels for Prevention "planting" today.
By RYAN DUNN staff writer A Hancock County grand jury on Tuesday handed up indictments charging two Findlay residents with assault.
By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer The two Republican candidates for Hancock County commissioner argued about flood control and a variety of other issues Monday at a forum held at the University of Findlay.
U.S. 224 from just west of North Ridge Road to the interchange with Interstate 75 in Findlay will be reduced to one lane Thursday and Friday and possibly on Monday to allow for drainage work, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.
It's the largest transportation budget in Ohio history: 936 project with a price tag of $2.5 billion.
HANCOCK COUNTY, Ohio - A mock prom crash scene is something that can be a shocking and memorable event for teachers, parents, and students.
A McComb man was sentenced today to four years in prison after police said he was shot while burglarizing a village home.
Most of the earnings from the trusts go to the Bowling Green basketball team while the rest goes toward community programs in Hancock County.
Frack announced today he will donate $20 million to the Community Foundation of Findlay-Hancock County, at least half of which will go to Bowling Green State University's men's basketball program.