WFIN Good Mornings Host, Chris Oaks, interviews Hancock County Commissioner candidate, Steve Oman, on Tuesday, April 15.by Read More →
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4/14/14 – 7:37 A.M.
A waterline replacement project will close part of a Findlay road for about a month. Construction will close Glessner Avenue to through traffic between West Sandusky and Putnam streets starting today. Work will taken place between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. The road will be open nights and weekends.
Residents who live in the construction area will have access during the construction.by Read More →
3/20/14 – 5:23 A.M.
A two car crash injured two people in Wyandot County Wednesday afternoon. The sheriff’s office reports the crash happened at the intersection of County Roads 91 and 47 around 1 p.m.
55-year-old Cheryl Pfeiffer of Wharton stopped at the intersection, but pulled into the path of a car driven by 63-year-old Mark Reigle of Sycamore. Reigle suffered “incapacitating injuries.” A 3-year-old in his car walked away with minor injuries.
Deputies cited Pfeiffer for failing to yield at an intersection.by Read More →
2/27/14 – 12:00 P.M.
A one car crash took the life of a man in northwestern Wood County Wednesday afternoon. The Wood County Sheriff’s Office reports 78-year-old Walter Conner of Ft. Wayne, Indiana lost control of his Chevy Colorado pickup truck on U.S. 6 south of the village of Grand Rapids just before 5 p.m. The truck rolled several times and hit a utility pole before coming to a rest.
Conner was not wearing a seatbelt. The crash remains under investigation.by Read More →
2/25/14 – 5:27 A.M.
A bicyclist was hurt in a traffic crash in downtown Findlay Monday afternoon. The police department reports that around 3:15 p.m. yesterday, 48-year-old Vincent May was riding his bike when he attempted to turn left from West Main Cross toward the 100 block of Broadway and hit a car driven by 30-year-old Tiffany Riker of Findlay.
May suffered minor injuries and was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital. No citation was issued due to conflicting reports of whether-or-not the vehicle was backing up or was parked.
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2/18/14 – 5:21 A.M.
To make way for it’s big expansion, Marathon Petroleum is asking the city of Findlay to permanently close some roads in the area of its campus. Findlay’s Planning Commission and City Council’s Planning and Zoning Committee is expected to look at the impact of the request.
The proposed closures would include East Hardin Street from South Main to East streets; Beech Avenue from East Sandusky to East Hardin streets; and the north/south alley from East Hardin to East Lincoln streets that is located behind the former Elks and RCM Architects buildings.
Marathon is also expected to ask for temporary parking changes from the traffic commission. The commission will examine temporarily closing East Street from Sandusky to a half-block south, and removing the two-hour parking restriction for all spaces around the campus’ perimeter and interior streets until the end of the year.
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2/11/14 – 11:36 A.M.
Flag City Honor Flight is getting set for its next trip to Washington D.C. The organization announced today they’ll be taking a plane load of veterans to the nation’s capital on June 4 of this year. The World-War II, Korean Conflict, and some Vietnam War veterans pay nothing for the trip.
The group needs volunteers to make sure the yearly event is a success. People are needed to help raise funds to pay for the trip, set up the send off breakfast, and coordinate the welcome home event.
If you know someone who would be interested in taking the trip, or you’re interested in helping out you can download a form at flagcityhonorflight.org.by Read More →