January unemployment rates lower than 2015 numbers

Hancock County’s unemployment rate rose to 4.4 percent in January from 3.6 percent in December, reflecting the end of the holiday season and some...

UPDATE 10:25 p.m.: Interstate rollover crash reported

VAN BUREN — Allen Township Fire Department responded around 7:30 p.m. to a report of a commercial vehicle rollover crash in the southbound...

Hopewell-Loudon’s Vitt reaches 160-pound state semifinals (with photos)

COLUMBUS – To be the man you have to beat the man. Hopewell-Loudon’s Damion Vitt will get that chance tonight. Vitt won his 160-pound...

Pre-election spending modest in commissioner primary

In the Hancock County GOP primary race for commissioner, John Harrington’s campaign has topped that of incumbent Commissioner Brian Robertson in...

Betts sentenced to 14 years in deaths of motorcyclists

A Findlay man was sentenced to 14 years in prison for drunkenly driving and killing a couple on a motorcycle in May. Daniel D. Betts, 38, was...

Commissioners identify buildings to be added to fiber loop

Hancock County’s commissioners went back to the map today in an attempt to prioritize which county buildings will be wired into Findlay City...

Natural gas bills lower for customers buying from Columbia Gas

Those who buy their natural gas from Columbia Gas of Ohio will pay lower home heating bills on average this winter season than they have in a...

WITH VIDEO: Toledo-born Navy SEAL awarded Medal of Honor

U.S. Navy Senior Chief Edward C. Byers Jr., born in Toledo and a graduate of Otsego High School in Tontogany, has been awarded the Medal of Honor...

Big win for Clinton in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Hillary Clinton overwhelmed Bernie Sanders in Saturday’s South Carolina primary, drawing staggering support from t...

Man accused of breaking into house, sleeping on couch

FOSTORIA — An Arcadia man faces a burglary charge after he drunkenly entered a rural Fostoria couple’s home and fell asleep on their couch early...

Findlay woman wins BMV plate contest

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has named Katherine Wells, of Findlay, as this quarter’s winner of its “What’s on Your...

UPDATED 4:30 P.M.: State testing report cards released

Despite many receiving satisfactory grades from the state, many local school administrators are frustrated. That frustration comes from the...