An inside look at what we’re loving for parents this month. RooBarb Studios While the weather may still feel like summer, fall sports season is upon us. Is your wardrobe ready? If not, have no fear…RooBarb Studios in downtown Findlay has you covered. From hand-stamped aluminum bangles to customizable charm necklaces, RooBarb can work with
Flag City Clothing, owned by Nick Moore and Jay Yeater, opened in early 2017 and recently relocated to 521 South Main Street in Findlay. Yeater describes the new location as a “rock solid spot.” “The building is a hidden gem in downtown Findlay and is the perfect mix of old Findlay with modern upgrades,” he
Have you ever stared at a scrambled Rubik’s cube with no clue on how to solve the puzzle? Findlay High School Junior Braden Richards faced this dilemma in mid 2015 after trying a posted algorithm.
The Blanchard Valley Health System’s Miracle Park received a $200,000 expansion to include an additional 2,000 square feet of playground surface for children ages 1 to 4, a pavilion, bleachers, two accessible picnic tables and landscaping in preparation for a National Miracle League All-Star Weekend on September 14-16. In addition to a playground, Miracle Park
Century Health has partnered with the Findlay Police Department to develop a Quick Response Team (QRT) to provide timely response for those who survive an overdose. Within 72 hours of learning about an opiate overdose, the team will visit the survivor and offer education and referrals to drug treatment agencies for assessment, detoxification, on-going addiction
If you’ve ever found yourself and/or your family in need of a ride, Findlay now has more options. With an easy to use app, simply open the app and tap “Request Lyft,” and you’ll be on your way! Once requested you’ll see pictures of the car and driver you’re expecting so there are no surprises.