Hancock-Wood asking customers to conserve energy

Hancock-Wood Electric Co-operative will be conducting load control measures on members during peak demand times today, until 6 p.m. According to...

2 named to tackle worker shortage

Findlay and Hancock County now have someone working full time to erase a worker shortage that threatens to cripple the local economy. Laurie...

Hardin chamber president considers run for Ohio House seat

Jon Cross, president of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce and Business Alliance, said Wednesday he is considering a 2018 run for the 83rd...

Findlay Council doesn’t rush medical marijuana ban

Findlay City Council narrowly voted against hurrying passage of a city-wide ban on medical marijuana dispensaries Tuesday. The ban legislation,...

County joins statewide card skimmer sweep

Hancock County will join a statewide sweep for credit card skimmers over the Labor Day weekend. Auditor Charity Rauschenberg said the sweep is...

Another bomb threat at Nissin Brake under investigation

For the second time this month, a bomb threat has been reported at Nissin Brake in Findlay. The Findlay Police Department reports that just...

Hancock County 7 crash injures Findlay man

A Findlay man was injured late Tuesday when his car went off Hancock County 7 and hit a utility pole, east of Findlay, the Hancock Coun...

Blaze damages Fostoria house

FOSTORIA — Three residents escaped unharmed from a Fostoria house fire Tuesday afternoon, but the residence sustained heavy damage, fire...

U.S. 224 crash injures Tiffin man

NEW RIEGEL — A Tiffin man was taken by medical helicopter to a Toledo hospital following a car-truck accident at the U.S. 224-Ohio 587...

Mennel Milling buys North Carolina company

FOSTORIA — The Mennel Milling Company and Plaza Belmont Fund III have bought Renwood Mills, a flour milling and mix company in Newton, North...

2 area banks merging

First Federal Bank’s parent company, First Defiance Financial Corp. of Defiance, is buying Commercial Bancshares of Upper Sandusky, parent...

UPDATED: State, county had record number of overdose deaths in 2015

Accidental drug overdoses took the most lives on record in Ohio and Hancock County in 2015. Ohio had 3,050 of its residents die of a drug...