Marathon Center for the Performing Arts is hosting a live drive-in concert series this month as a fundraiser for a fine arts venue in downtown Findlay.
Students, faculty, and staff at the University of Findlay have fully transitioned to learning and working remotely. However, there are a few facilities where working remotely just isn’t an option. Unlike most universities, Findlay has multiple barns that house hundreds of animals which require daily care. Through the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic, the staff at the
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. Findlay Hancock County Public Library 206 Broadway Street Findlay “We love coming to the library for the variety of books, movies and activities available for kids and adults!”
Beginning this summer, the Hancock Park District will begin reclaiming approximately 100 acres, formerly leased as marginal farmland, at Oakwoods Nature Preserve. The district received two grants totaling close to $1.4 million for the project, including $651,800 from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and $753,000 from H2Ohio. The projects, which will be completed by 2021,
Ed Kurt, superintendent of Findlay City Schools, is stepping down, at the end of July, after 6 years in Findlay, from his position at to return as superintendent of his former school district, Margaretta Local Schools. According to Kurt, the move is in line with his “true priorities of faith, family and then career” as