Hancock commissioners deed library to its board

A $2 million debt, used to finance the expansion and renovation of the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library, has been paid in full. The commissioners signed the deed to the building over to the library’s board today. In 1988, the commissioners agreed to sell bonds to finance the...

vanden Heuvel: If Congress won’t, Obama may have to address inversion

By Katrina vanden Heuvel August 12 at 8:05 AM Corporate “inversions” are all the rage. No, I’m not talking about Wall Street yoga — although the term does refer to a method for companies to twist and contort themselves in order to evade taxes. Inversions are when a...

Deadline extended for valuation of Cooper Chengshan Tire factory

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.’s effort to end or mend its partnership in China with Chengshan Group continues without a resolution so far. An independent company missed a deadline Monday to assign a value to the Cooper Chengshan Tire factory. “Cooper has briefly extended that...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Sunday: • Caller reported his vehicle was struck while parked at a Bannister Street location at 2:32 p.m. Officer advised of damage to the front fender and head light. arrests Sunday: • Ty H. Ball, 21, 542 N. Main St., was arrested on an active warrant. • Nora...

Fostoria resident is making a joyful noise

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER It is said that faith can move mountains. It can also stir inspiration. And no one knows that better, perhaps, than Fostoria resident Elaine Oswald. Oswald’s faith has helped her musical talent blossom into more than 700 songs and 10 recorded...
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Dull medals, leads Lakota to 2nd place

NORTH BALTIMORE — Makayla Dull, last year’s girls state champion in Division II, claimed medalist recognition with a 75 Monday to lead Lakota to second place in the eight-team Royal Invitational hosted by Elmwood at Birch Run Golf Club. McComb won with 342 strokes to...

Fostoria woman hurt in crash

A Fostoria woman was injured Monday following a two-vehicle crash in Findlay. According to a news release, the Findlay Post of the Ohio Highway Patrol is investigating the crash, which occurred at approximately 1:25 p.m. on I-75 and the traffic light at County Road 99. Kristin...

James H. Walter

James H. “Skinny” Walter, 57 of Fostoria, Ohio, passed away Saturday, August 9, 2014 at the Fostoria Community Hospital. He was born October 28, 1956 in Fostoria, Ohio to Berton and Lois (Underhill) Walter. He married Shae L. Cooper on July 1, 1979 in Fostoria, Ohio...

Joliet releases Alex Kaminsky

Former Fostoria High School standout Alex Kaminsky was released Monday by the Joliet Slammers of the independent Frontier League. Kaminsky, a right-handed pitcher, had a rough two starts with the Slammers since being acquired from the Washington Wild Things in an Aug. 4 trade. He...

Dog Days of Summer theme of next Farmers’ Market

The next Fostoria Farmers’ Market, “Dog Days of Summer,” will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the former downtown KeyBank at 133 W. Tiffin St. Moby, from Therapy Dogs International, will be on hand to interact with visitors, and the Hancock County Humane...