News

Community Calendar March 24

Calendar

Today Mohawk Lioness donut sale, Mohawk Community Center (the old high school) and TNT Pizza. Selling begins at 7:30 a.m. Price is $7 per dozen and $4 per half dozen. (419) 927-6421. Gun Show and Gun Raffle, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., sponsored by the Wyandot County Rod & Gun Club. Vendors with ...

Crews fight woods fire

Local News

GREEN SPRINGS — Fire departments responded to the 6000-block of North TR 190 for a woods line on fire Thursday afternoon. Assistant Chief John Montgomery of Green Springs Rural Volunteer Fire Department said when crews arrived, they found a woods line between two fields was burning. ...

Federal porn charge filed

Local News

TOLEDO — A man has been charged in U.S. District Court in a child pornography investigation. Charles Brian O’Neill of Fostoria was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor (production) and receipt and/or distribution of child pornography, according to court paperwork filed in U.S. ...

Hempy Water honored

Local News

Rotary Club of Tiffin President Gina Reuter (center) presents the Rotary Distinguished Service Award to Hempy Water Vice President Justin Wagner (left) and President Jeff Knedler during the 34th annual Community Charity Auction at The Ritz Theatre Thursday night. The business was honored for ...

Full house

Business

For the first time in as long as one of the building’s co-owners can remember, the Laird Arcade Building is at full occupancy. Tyler Shuff, building co-owner, head of Shuff Consulting and a Tiffin City councilman, said the building that he manages is at 100-percent occupancy after the ...

Man pleads guilty to lesser sex charge

Local News

A Tiffin man withdrew his guilty plea to a rape charge and pleaded guilty to a lesser-included sex-related charge during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom Thursday afternoon. Bryce J. Snyder, 20, had been sentenced to a mandatory nine-year ...

Bloomville officer ends tenure

Local News

BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville Crime Prevention Officer Ron Craig conducted his last Neighborhood Watch program for the village Tuesday evening to recognize local officials for their assistance through the years, since he is resigning March 31. Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court Judge Mark Repp, Seneca ...

Community Calendar, March 23

Calendar

Today St. Aloysius K of C Fish Fry, 5:30 p.m. Republic Town Hall, 213 Washington St., Republic. Drive-thru carry outs available. (419) 983-3565. Friday Night Live, 7:30 p.m. The National Theatre at The Ritz, 30 S. Washington St., Tiffin. For tickets/information, visit www.ritztheatre.org or ...

Ex-police worker sentenced

Local News

A former secretary in Tiffin Police Department’s criminal division was sentenced to jail during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom Wednesday afternoon. Holly M. England, 41, of Bascom, had pleaded guilty to charges of theft in office and ...

Starting the job search

Local News

Tiffin City School’s Business Advisory Council hosted the 2018 Career Fair Wednesday for students and community members at Columbian High School. More than 50 area businesses were represented.

New group supports tax levy

Local News

A group of elected and appointed city officials attended a public meeting Wednesday evening to announce the formation of a committee to urge approval of a Tiffin road and bridge levy. Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. Development Manager Bryce Riggs, who ran the meeting, said ...

Rotary recognizes Coleman

Local News

Rotary Club of Tiffin President Gina Reuter (right) presents Matt Coleman with the Rotary Service Above Self Award during the 34th annual Community Charity Auction at The Ritz Theatre Wednesday night. The award recognizes someone for selfless service to others. The auction wraps up tonight.

One injured in South SR 53 accident

Local News

A man was injured in an accident on South SR 53 Wednesday afternoon. Paul D. Krupp, 67, of Tiffin, was driving a 2002 Ford Ranger and Lisa A. Kimmet, 54, of Tiffin, was driving a 2013 Ford Fusion, according to a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman. Deputy Denny Wilkinson of Seneca ...

Man pleads guilty to charges in pursuit case

Local News

A New Riegel man pleaded guilty Wednesday to three charges in connection to a pursuit with law enforcement last year. Robert L. Norville Jr., 41, pleaded guilty to charges of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony; assault, a fourth-degree felony; ...

Safety precautions top board discussion

Local News

SYCAMORE — Superintendent Ken Ratliff reviewed increased safety precautions at Tuesday’s Mohawk Board of Education meeting. Hand-held metal detectors have been ordered and are to be used as needed. The district is working with Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office to increase use of resource ...

Man indicted

Local News

A man was indicted by a Seneca County grand jury. Timothy P. Derose, 31, was charged with two counts of breaking and entering, both fifth-degree felonies. He allegedly trespassed at Carmi’s Barber Shop and Ed Lape State Farm Insurance, according to his indictment.

Daily Log, March 22

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Timothy D. Heiserman, 62, of Tiffin, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Tuesday. • A man reported a vehicle’s windshield was broken in the 100-block of Sycamore Street Wednesday afternoon. County reports • Morgan V. Gangwer, 21, of ...

Community Calendar, March 22

Calendar

Today Anime Club, 3-4:30 p.m. Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Frost Kalnow Room. For teens in grades 6 through 12. (419) 447-3751. Young Adventurers, “Nature’s Art,” 5 p.m. Mercy Community Nature Preserve, beside Mercy Health - Tiffin Hospital. (419) 435-3915. Cultural Encounters: ...

City of Fostoria suing drug makers, doctors

Local News

The city of Fostoria is suing drug manufacturers and doctors. The lawsuit, which is to be heard by Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff, says the city has been forced to spend “exorbitant” amounts money for the opioid epidemic. It is a direct result of the defendants’ ...