All posts by Emilee Roberts

Rieck’s Gallery Closes After 130 Years

After 130 years as a family owned business, Rieck’s Gallery closed their doors last month. Owner, Kent Rieck Weaver, was the fourth generation of the family to own and operate Rieck’s. Weaver shared via Facebook, “I truly want to say thank you to our many loyal customers that have supported Rieck’s throughout the years, many

Chick-fil-A Opens in Findlay

Highly anticipated by many Findlay residents, a Chick-fil-A has opened on Tiffin Ave. The 5,000-square-foot restaurant includes an indoor children’s play area, a drive-thru with two ordering lanes as well as a dining room which seats 122, with patio seating for 18. Already giving back to the community by painting a Habitat for Humanity home

Mustard Seed Chop Closes Unexpectedly

Shortly after rebranding from “Mustard Seed Cafe” to “Mustard Seed Chop” the Bluffton restaurant unexpectedly closed their doors this past summer. In May the eatery held a grand opening, introducing a new name, menu and hours. In late spring/early summer they closed, due to water issues, but did not reopen. Popular review sites such as

Giving Every Child a Chance to Play Baseball

Families from around the United States and Canada traveled to Findlay in September for the very first Miracle League All-Star Event. Held September 14-16 at the Blanchard Valley Health System Miracle Park at the Marathon Diamonds, 90 players from various Miracle League teams were responsible for registration fees and transportation to Findlay but all other