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Man sentenced for burglary
NICHOLAS RAREY was sentenced to three years in prison for his part in an armed burglary during a hearing Thursday in Hancock County Common Pleas Court.
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By most measures, Hancock County is a prosperous, thriving place. We have new schools and creative educators, bountiful farms, diverse industry, including a world-class corporation in the midst of an $80 million expansion, consistently low unemployment rates, and a rising interest in the arts.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Lima man injured in Findlay crash
A Lima man was injured in a two-vehicle accident that happened at 9:40 a.m. at the intersection of Hancock County 236 and Fostoria Avenue.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Man indicted after large heroin seizure
By RYAN DUNN staff writer A Detroit man has been indicted following a heroin seizure that the State Highway Patrol is calling its largest in Hancock County in years.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Senator Brown presents medals to Army veteran
ARMY VETERAN James Goshe of Findlay, left, received 12 medals and ribbons Tuesday honoring his time in the military.
Heroin discovered during I-75 traffic stop
Christopher Triplett, 42, of Detroit, was found with 2 pounds of heroin at about 12:49 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 75 near U.S. 224, according to the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol.
Tue. Aug 19th, 2014
Often throwing behind or over receivers, Johnny Manziel went 2 for 7 for 29 yards in the first half of the Cleveland Browns' exhibition game against the Washington Redskins on Monday night.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Picnics can be economical and memorable
By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer With the right venue and the right menu, a picnic can be a special way to celebrate summer.
Mon. Aug 18th, 2014
Upper Sandusky's Cody Clifford recorded a 44-43-87 to help the Rams' golf team finish third Friday in the Willard Domino's Invitational at Willard Golf Club.
Sen. Brown to present Findlay veteran with overdue service medals
A Findlay Iraq War veteran will be presented with eight overdue service medals and ribbons on Tuesday afternoon by Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.
Teachersa trip will benefit studentsPosted on Mon. Aug 18th, 2014
KELLY WOHLGAMUTH, a fifth-grade teacher at Wilson Vance Intermediate School, plays with children at a school in Japan.
Army Corps doing most work on flood study
By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Most of the work on the Blanchard River flood study is being done by Army Corps of Engineers personnel.
Whata s up with traffic light on Bigelow?
Q: Will Findlay install traffic-actuated signals at Bigelow Avenue and North Main Street? With the timed signal, you wait forever.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Officials adopt plan to handle mass shooting
By RYAN DUNN staff writer First responders across Hancock County knew from their training how to effectively respond to a mass shooter.
US: Living dead man's family must repay benefits
The government wants to recoup benefits paid to the daughters of a man who was declared legally dead and then turned up alive years later.
US: Living Dead Man's Family Must Repay Benefits
The government wants to recoup benefits paid to relatives of an Ohio man who was declared legally dead and then turned up alive.
Robert Mauger Jr.: 1932-2014; Exterminator in Findlay had Port Clinton marina
Robert M. Mauger, Jr., who made work his leisure as owner of a Findlay exterminating business and a Port Clinton marina, died Thursday at Wood County Hospital in Bowling Green.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Kitchen fire burns apartment
A father and daughter were taken to the hospital after a kitchen fire ignited in a Liberty Township apartment Saturday evening.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Grant to enhance 2 Findlay streets
By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay has been awarded a $2.4 million grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation to improve downtown safety, walkability, bicycle accessibility and aesthetics.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
County appeals judgea s ruling on drug search
By RYAN DUNN staff writer The pungent smell of marijuana wafting from Trenton Shuttlesworth's Kia sedan, state troopers testified, led to the discovery of more than 1,000 painkillers on Interstate 75 late last year.