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‘Any one of us’

November 21, 2014 For Robin Reaves, a mother raising children in Tiffin, the recent rise in prescription drug and heroin abuse is a growing concern. more »»

Robbery suspect is 'Berg student

November 21, 2014 A Heidelberg University student was arrested early Thursday morning in connection to an armed robbery reported Wednesday afternoon at Hy-Miler. Gabriel C. more »»

Rachel’s Challenge

November 21, 2014 Six weeks after Rachel Joy Scott wrote an essay on compassion and kindness, she was shot and killed. Scott, 17, was the first victim in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting. more »»

Bomb threat suspect pleads not guilty

November 21, 2014 A man indicted on a second-degree felony charge of inducing panic for allegedly calling in a bomb threat to Calvert High School last month pleaded not guilty Thursday. James S. more »»

Alleged robber appears in court

November 21, 2014 A Tiffin man indicted on charges of robbery and tampering with evidence in connection to a robbery reported Oct. 15 at Robenalt’s Point Drive-Thru appeared in court Thursday for an arraignment. Bo . more »»

Clyde-Green Springs school board OKs bid

November 21, 2014 CLYDE — Bill Baker from Baker & Bonnigson Realty and Auctioneers presented Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School Board with bids Thursday morning received at a recent auction for four parcels... more »»

Fees, bill schedule set for Bloomville water users

November 21, 2014 By Bonnie Daniel Correspondent BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville council’s utility committee met with resident John Blazer from the water board committee prior to the regular session Wednesday night, setting... more »»

Robbery case sent to county court

November 21, 2014 A man charged with two counts of robbery in connection to gas station and grocery store robberies reported last month had his case bound over to Seneca County Common Pleas Court Thursday. Eric N. more »»

Man sentenced for violating parole

November 21, 2014 A Tiffin man was sentenced to a 40-month prison term this week for violating his community control terms. Colin J. more »»

Woman injured in crash on US 23

November 21, 2014 A Findlay woman was injured after her vehicle struck a pole and overturned Wednesday night on US 23. A spokeswoman from State Highway Patrol said Brandie M. more »»

Parole hearing set

November 21, 2014 The Seneca County Prosecutor’s Office has announced the following parole hearing: Ricardo Duque, case No. 03CR0268, rape. The hearing will be in Februar. more »»

A little cooking magic

November 20, 2014 Tiffin firefighter Chad Everhart demonstrates how to make ribs with the assistance of Debby Roszman during the 30th Annual Advertiser-Tribune Holiday Cooking Show in the Columbian High School... more »»

$16M expansion planned

November 20, 2014 American Fine Sinter is to invest $16 million in an expansion project and create 24 jobs at the Tiffin headquarters as early as next year. more »»

Police investigate Hy-Miler robbery

November 20, 2014 Tiffin police detained a person of interest Wednesday night after an armed robbery was reported at Hy-Miler. Lt. more »»

Shedding some light

November 20, 2014 Sarah Sprouse (center) lights a vigil candle as other members of Kappa Psi Omega watch Wednesday evening in Herbster Chapel in Heidelberg University’s Pfleiderer Hall. more »»

Sycamore talks attendance policy

November 20, 2014 SYCAMORE — In an emergency meeting Tuesday night, Sycamore Village Council addressed information presented at a previous council meeting regarding a discussion on attendance for future mayors. more »»

Fostoria council moves funds for public safety

November 20, 2014 FOSTORIA — Fostoria Finance Committee appropriated funds for public safety purposes and Fostoria City Council adopted ordinances to approve appropriations and update sewer rates in a meeting Tuesda... more »»

NR police chief refreshes snow rules

November 20, 2014 NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel Police Chief Steve Swartzmiller had some reminders for residents during council’s meeting Tuesday night. more »»

Business adds something sweet

November 20, 2014 Scrap Happy in Wolf Creek Plaza is expanding into a gift shop in addition to its scrapbooking supplies. A ribbon-cutting for the Sweet Shoppe is planned for 5 p.m. more »»

Man sentenced for rape charge

November 20, 2014 A Fostoria man was sentenced to 25 years to life this week after he pleaded guilty to a charge of rape. Eric J. more »»

TCS board to have retreat

November 20, 2014 Tiffin City Board of Education has scheduled a board retreat at 4 p.m. Friday at the Administration Building, 244 S. Monroe St. The retreat has been facilitated by the Ohio School Boards Association. more »»


Story Hour November 21, 2014

Story Hour, 1-2 p.m., Bettsville Public Library. For children ages 3-4 who are potty-trained. (419) 986-5198. more »

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The Browns report (Ohh, oh, we're slippin away)

November 19, 2014 The day after the Browns lost convincingly to the Houston Texans, I received a text from a friend and fellow Cleveland fan. There was no explanation, no introduction, no setup. more »

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