After decades of studying flood control options to save Findlay from future flooding, the official groundbreaking for the first Blanchard River Benching Project took place on October 4, 2018 along the north bank of the river just west of Downtown Findlay. The project creates more capacity for flood waters flowing through the heart of the
Teething pain can be almost as frustrating for caregivers as it is painful for little ones. A popular numbing cream treatment for teething has recently been removed from the market by manufacturers after the Food and Drug Administration warned parents about the dangers of the numbing agent benzocaine and requested that companies stop selling the product for children.
The City of Findlay and Hancock County planted 13 cherry trees in Downtown Findlay’s Dorney Plaza in late May to commemorate their many years of friendship with Japan and a local cultural group.
Jane Hassan is known throughout Findlay for her passion for learning and education. Although many people now recognize her as the owner of the Smarty Pants store downtown, Hassan has been actively involved in the homeschool community and other areas of education for many years.