Oxley Government Center dedicated at museum

Hancock Historical Museum dedicated its Michael G. Oxley Government Center on Monday during a private ceremony attended by the former U.S....

Keith Diebler to coach Lakota boys basketball

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR KANSAS — Keith Diebler said he thought about retiring after resigning last month as Genoa’s boys basketball coach....

Half of Tiffin without power

A fire at a power substation in Seneca County has knocked out power to roughly half of Tiffin, according to a Seneca County Sheriff’s...

Injury crash at Ohio 587 and County Road 18

Two unidentified individuals were transported to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital as a result of a crash at the intersection of Ohio 587 and...

Kasich, Boehner to help dedicate Oxley Government Center in Findlay

Gov. John Kasich and U.S. House Speaker John Boehner will be in Findlay on Monday as they join former U.S. Rep. Michael Oxley for the dedication...

BGSU plans new Greek housing village

BOWLING GREEN (AP) — A new housing village intended to help promote fraternities and sororities on campus will be constructed at Bowling Green...

Hancock commissioners sign off on new prisoner housing agreement

Hancock County’s commissioners signed off on new prisoner housing agreement with the City of Findlay today that updates fees and attempts to...

Cooper Tire announces leadership changes

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Chief Financial Officer Brad Hughes has been named president of international operations. Hal Miller, who was...

Severe thunderstorm warnings lifted

The National Weather Service has lifted a severe thunderstorm warning for Hancock, Allen, Putnam, Wood and Lucas counties. A severe thunderstorm...

UPDATE: Suspect caught in BG pharmacy armed robbery

BOWLING GREEN — After an exhaustive air and ground search, law enforcement officials have captured the man wanted for robbing  a pharmacy on the...

Fostoria schools approve new contract with union

FOSTORIA — Fostoria school board approved a two-year contract Monday with the employee union which represents bus drivers, maintenance and...

Justices rule that health law can’t make employers cover contraception

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement...