The NCAA has concluded its review, and it’ll end up being a two-game suspension for Ohio State’s best defensive player.
Ohio State Defensive End Chase Young will sit out this weekend’s game against Rutgers but Ohio State said he will be eligible to play against Penn State the following weekend.
Before missing Saturday’s Maryland game it was revealed that Young had possibly violated NCAA rules by accepting a loan from a friend that he later paid back.
Excited to be back on the field next week! Thank you Buckeye Nation for all the love and support. I’m blessed to be a part of this team, this university, and this community. Lots of love to my family. God Bless and Go Bucks!
Findlay Publishing Company is selling some of its assets, including the Findlay Courier.
Findlay Publishing Company announced today the decision to sell the Findlay Courier and The Fostoria Review-Times to the Ogden Newspapers, effective by the end of the month.
The Heminger family has owned the Courier for 5 generations and managed it for 4. The sale comes with heavy hearts but Kurt Heminger said Ogden Newspapers shares similar values and philosophies.
Ogden Newspapers is a family-owned business that got its start in 1890 and now owns over 40 daily newspapers, including the Tiffin Advertiser-Tribune.
Findlay Publishing Company and the Heminger Family will continue to own and operate radio stations WFIN – WKXA and 106.3 The Fox in Findlay and Ottawa, along with the four radio stations in Columbus, Indiana, under the current broadcast leadership.
The City of Findlay’s Blanchard Street project is one step closer to reality.
On Tuesday night, the Findlay City Council Appropriations Committee recommended that council move forward with the project that would reconfigure Blanchard Street into one lane in either direction, and a dedicated center turn lane, from Sixth Street to Center Street.
The project also calls for a bike lane to be constructed on either side of the street.
The city has said the reconfiguration will make the road safer for drivers and pedestrians.
People lined the streets of Dayton on Tuesday to honor a detective who was killed in the line of duty.
The funeral procession for Jorge Del Rio followed a packed service at the University of Dayton Arena.
Officers from the Findlay Police Department attended the funeral and posted the following on their Facebook page.
This afternoon officers from the Findlay Police Department attended the funeral for Dayton Police Detective Jorge DelRio who was fatally wounded during a narcotics search warrant last week. Our thoughts and prayers are with Detective DelRio’s family and brothers and sisters in blue at DPD.
The service for the fallen officer ended with a 21-gun salute. Del Rio was shot twice while trying to serve a search warrant.
Three men charged in connection with his death are due in court next week. A GoFundMe page has been set up for Del Rio’s family.