Iriti: City, county facing shortage of workers

Findlay-Hancock County faces a worker shortage crisis which not only could stunt growth, but force companies to leave. About 1,600 workers need...

Findlay woman critically injured in Sunday fire

A Findlay woman was critically injured by fire Sunday night, Findlay police reported. Lynn M. Zona, 40, was taken to the burn unit at Mercy St....

Grand jury: No charges against Findlay police officer

No charges have been filed against the Findlay police officer who shot and killed Jeremy Linhart during a traffic stop in June, according to...

Carey teen injured in Ohio 568 crash

VANLUE — A Carey teenager was injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident on Ohio 568, northwest of Vanlue, about 9:26 a.m. Friday, the Hancock...

One man killed in Fostoria area accident

FOSTORIA — A Toledo man was killed in a single-vehicle accident on Ohio 199, north of Fostoria, Thursday afternoon. The Bowling Green post of the...

NB teacher charged with theft

A North Baltimore teacher has been charged with stealing up to $7,500 from a teachers union. According to court documents, Charlotte Powell, a...

Kreutzberg out as performing arts center director

The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts has announced that Jim Kreutzberg is no longer director. A statement from the performing arts center...

Hite-sponsored rural investment bill passes Senate

The State Senate passed a bill Wednesday, sponsored by Sen. Cliff Hite (R-Findlay), to incentivize investment in companies that provide jobs in...

Fostoria Taco Bell robbed at knifepoint

The Taco Bell restaurant on Plaza Drive was robbed at knifepoint early this morning, and police are still on the lookout for the suspect....

Biden says he’s not running for president

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden says he won’t run for president in 2016. His decision finalizes the Democratic Party’s...

Emmons sentenced to 60 days in Hancock County jail

Scottie E. Emmons was sentenced this morning by Judge Reginald Routson to 60 days in Hancock County jail and 5 years intensive community control...

Area unemployment rates hold steady

Hancock County’s unemployment rate remained at 3.2 percent in September, and was tied for fourth lowest among Ohio’s 88 counties, the state...