It's an Easter tradition. The On Common Ground Easter sand sculpture at the Hancock County Fairgrounds has attracted thousands of people. The display is the brainchild of Roger Powell who has constructed the sculpture out of sand for the past 15 years. Many people come out on Easter Sunday for the non-denominational sunrise service. Powell says more than 900 people attended the service. The sand sculpture is scheduled for removal Friday April 25th. So there is still time to check it ou...More>>
Two-year-old Aidan Walter had fun playing in the sand Friday afternoon, as part of "On Common Grounds" Kids' Day at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. Young children got the chance to take part in an EasterMore>>
It's an honor that many born and raised Americans take for granted, yet many foreigners strive for years to achieve. Tricia Bell takes us to Findlay where 21 people officially became American citizens during their naturalization ceremony.