All posts by Halley Sullivan

Reineke Purchases Findlay Honda Dealership

The Reineke Family is adding a new Findlay franchise. In June Reineke announced the purchase of Gene Stevens Honda on Bright Road. Per a company news release, the Reineke family is “very excited” to add a Honda franchise to their Northwest Ohio vehicle lineup. The Honda dealership will remain at its current location and Reineke

Ultrasound Studio and Children’s Boutique Opens on Main Street

New to Main Street, First Glance Studio & Boutique is an elective ultrasound studio and children’s boutique. Owner, Maribeth Toumazos, an ultrasound technician for 30 years at area hospitals and physician’s offices, offers elective ultrasounds and non-medical keepsake scans (often in 3D), for expecting parents. “My elective ultrasound business has been steadily growing. There isn’t

Handbags that Help celebrates 10th year

If you’ve visited the Findlay YMCA, received a book in the mail from the Literacy Coalition of Hancock County or enjoyed a day at The Children’s Museum of Findlay then you’ve been touched by Handbags that Help. Handbags that Help, a local women’s philanthropy group that funds grants and charitable projects in Hancock County, has

GER Mongolian Grill in Findlay

Dale and Alison Wirt were tired of trekking to Toledo to enjoy their favorite cuisine so they decided it was time to bring Mongolian barbeque to Findlay. “We kept running into friends from Findlay at Mongolian restaurants in Toledo. Our family had fallen in love with the food. We had been interested in starting a

School nurses share tips for keeping kids healthy this school year

There is nothing worse than back-to-school sniffles. Because it’s not realistic to keep kids in a bubble, we’ve compiled tried-and-true tips, provided by school nurses, for keeping kids healthy. Madelynn Whitman, school nurse at Bigelow Hill Intermediate, recommends preventing illness by building a healthy immune system: “Eat a healthy breakfast. Sometimes time is an issue.

Project Happy Feet provides shoes for students in need

Going back to school is often associated with new school supplies and shiny new shoes, but for some Hancock County families those items are just not affordable. That’s where Project Happy Feet steps in. Project Happy Feet,  a community collaboration with Christian Clearing House (CCH),  provides vouchers for kids in need, allowing them to shop