All posts by Halley Sullivan

British expatriate shares her experiences living abroad in Findlay

Vera Snelling and her young family “crossed the pond” in 1999 for what they thought would be a temporary job assignment in Findlay, Ohio. 18 years later the Snelling family has raised three children and established a full and happy life in the Flag City while maintaining their British roots. Originally from St. Bees, England

Celebrating Father’s Day

Walter Miller Hometown: Findlay, Originally from Midland, TX Children: Colin (14), Izzy (13) Wife: Alice What’s your favorite thing to do with your kids? My favorite activity is simple: Time together as a family. Everyone is busy trying to balance their lives between work, family, school events, community and church activities, and the other demands society

Findlay MOPS Kicks Off Diaper Drive

Imagine on top of all the stresses of motherhood, the added stress of not being able to buy diapers for your child. This is the reality for too many mothers. Despite being a basic hygiene need, government assistance programs do not provide for the purchasing of diapers. To help diminish this struggle, Findlay MOPS (Mothers

Fergie’s Burgers, Fries, and Pies Opens in Findlay

Fergie’s Burgers, Fries, and Pies is the newest family friendly, affordable, restaurant to open in Findlay. Featuring homemade favorites such as burgers, hotdogs, chili, and mac and cheese, in addition to grab and go sandwiches and Mini Melts ice cream (similar to Dippin Dots). Fergie’s will offer both dine-in and carryout options and will have

Car seat safety tips to keep your little ones safe

The CDC estimates that 59% of car seats are misused in a way that reduces their effectiveness. That means that the car seats we carefully research, install, and use every day may not be keeping our children safe. Dawn Wallen is a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety technician who works for the Findlay City Health

Liberty Benton Schools welcomes new superintendent Mark Kowalski

In his 27 years as an educator, Mark Kowalski has held just about every position in a school setting. He’s been a teacher, an assistant principal, a principal at the elementary, middle and high school levels, a coach, an athletic director and the Director of Operations. And this fall he will become the new Superintendent