Sarah Clevidence, the new director of the Findlay Hancock County Library, starts January 11. She is replacing Jeff Winkle, who retired in early January after serving as the library’s director since 1999.
Prokofiev’s music and Shakespeare’s tragic love story in a performance of “Romeo and Juliet” at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m.
On March 17, voters will be asked to approve a five-year, 5.9-mill operating levy for Findlay City Schools. If approved, the levy will generate approximately $4.9 million each year to keep the school district operating in the black.
Revive Hair Salon and Quality PT Physical Therapy, a dual business owned by husband and wife entrepreneurs Mark and Ashley Boehler, recently moved to a larger location at 1101 West Main Cross Street in Findlay.
Hancock Public Health received a $32,000 grant from the Findlay Hancock County Community Foundation for Balance My Day, a program that provides nutrition and health education to local second graders.
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Parish announced that four nuns from the Dominican Sisters of Mary, based in Ann Arbor, will be moving to Findlay next August to work in St. Michael’s School.
From cool products to top notch services, delicious food and drink to interesting places to visit, find out what your neighbors are loving around town this month.
Thistle Exchange, an eclectic store that features handmade products from several area artists and vendors, moved from Crawford Street downtown to 11300 County Road 99 in Findlay next to Homestead Collections and behind Jeffrey’s Antiques.