Although there will be no live music this summer, WFIN is partnering with the Hancock Park District to present “Classic Riverside Summer Concerts” beginning on Sunday, June 7th.
Details are in the following news release from the park district.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of the Hancock Park District’s 69th Annual Riverside Summer Concert Series at Findlay’s historic Riverside Park in the Allen P. Dudley Memorial Band Shell.
Minimizing the number of persons gathered and promoting social distancing are the overarching safety precautions being applied with the well-being of employees and patrons in mind.
While there will be no live music this summer, Hancock Park District is partnering with WFIN to present “Classic Riverside Summer Concerts” each Sunday beginning June 7 through August 30.
WFIN will broadcast each performance on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.
For more information about other upcoming park programs and events, visit our park “Calendar” at www.HancockParks.com or call the HPD Administrative Office at 419-425-7275.
Police say a woman was injured in a crash that occurred when a car pulled out in front of her on West Trenton Avenue in Findlay.
The crash happened Saturday at 7:07 p.m. on West Trenton approaching North Main Street.
Police say Caitlin Schaffner, 30, of Findlay, was driving eastbound on West Trenton in a minivan when a car driven by Brock Oates, 21, of Arlington, pulled out from an alley onto West Trenton and hit Schaffner’s vehicle.
Police say Schaffner was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital with minor injuries.
Police say Oates was ticketed for failure to yield.
At the intersection of South Main Street and West Main Cross Street they painted an outline of Ohio colored in with rainbow colors and a star showing where Findlay is located. (picture courtesy of LGBTQ+ Spectrum of Findlay)
Executive Director Dr. Jasmin Bradley says Findlay has made progress recently when it comes to respecting the LGBTQ community.
She added that it’s more important than ever to speak up for marginalized voices and she’s noticing that more and more people want to be a part of that voice.
“You can see there’s people gathered around today because they want to be part of something and they know this is part of making history in Findlay.”
As the University of Findlay prepares for in-person classes this fall, ensuring the campus community has a safe and healthy environment to live and learn in is the University’s top priority. To aid in this, the University’s Emergency Operations Team has formed a sub-committee that is meeting weekly to create the Oilers Start Safe & Stay Safe plan for the UF community.
Dave Emsweller, vice president of student affairs, explained, “the goal of the Oilers Start Safe & Stay Safe plan is to provide a wide array of resources and information related to COVID-19.” When completed, the plan will include detailed information and courses of action that the University will take to ensure the health and safety of Oiler Nation.
The sub-committee includes multiple leaders from many departments across the University, including experts from the University’s All Hazards Training Center and College of Health Professions. The group is working diligently this summer to develop plans for various scenarios in light of recent restrictions and special circumstances caused by COVID-19.
According to Emsweller, the committee is working on social distancing protocols, facility set-up, cleaning and sanitation of student housing and campus buildings, food service, event management, health checks, support services and other preventative measures.
The University’s goal is to have a plan in place for every foreseeable situation to ensure courses and services can be delivered, and students can continue working on campus towards meaningful lives and productive careers.
Regular updates of the committee’s plans will be provided on the Oilers Start Safe & Stay Safe webpage, and communicated regularly through email and the University’s Newsroom, mobile app and social media.
The campus community is encouraged to continue to email questions regarding the Oilers Start Safe & Stay safe plan to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(ONN) – The Ohio House has approved a bill to create a database of people convicted of trying to buy sex.
Supporters say the legislation backed by Attorney General Dave Yost is aimed at shining a light on traffickers who sell women and on men who purchase sex.
State Representative Rick Carfagna, a Republican from suburban Columbus, says the bill goes after the demand side of prostitution and that it could provide the deterrent needed to stop people from soliciting sex.
Individuals would drop off the database if five years pass without another conviction.
The bill goes next to the Ohio Senate, which has its own version of the legislation.