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Briefly, July 18

July 18, 2015 2 hurt in crash in Hancock County A Fostoria woman was hurt in a crash in Hancock County’s Marion Township Thursday evening. According to a release from Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Tiffany N. more »»

Baseball tournament aids athletics funding

July 18, 2015 Robert “Bo” Reid was known for loving athletics and the Tiffin community and next weekend, a sporting celebration is planned in his honor. more »»

Judge sentences man to 3 years community control in vehicle theft

July 18, 2015 A McCutchenville man was sentenced to community control in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom Friday afternoon. Jeffrey . more »»

Senior citizen

July 18, 2015 Roxy, a 10-year-old boxer-pit mix, was surrendered because her owner was no longer able to care for her. She is a gentle soul with a loving hear. more »»

Eden Twp. trustees anxious to get into new building

July 17, 2015 MELMORE — A new fire station and town hall could help decrease response time and increase safety services. The new Eden Township fire station and town hall at 6571 S. more »»

S. Korean firm bringing 150 jobs to Fostoria

July 17, 2015 FOSTORIA — Fostoria is to be home to Nox Corp.’s first U.S. factory. According to Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. more »»

Spooky Seneca County

July 17, 2015 For those curious about departed Tiffin residents and where they haunt the city, award-winning author and historian Lisa Swickard is taking brave souls on the Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk Friday and... more »»

Tiffin man charged with felony for burglary

July 17, 2015 A man who allegedly admitted committing a burglary and stealing money was charged with a third-degree felony. Trace . more »»

Bloomville panel deems night swim a success

July 17, 2015 BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville council members learned Wednesday evening the first night swim at the pool was a great success and more are being planned. more »»

Man pleads guilty to theft charges

July 17, 2015 A Willard man whose trial was supposed to be this week pleaded guilty to his charges. more »»

2 injured in crash

July 17, 2015 Two men were hurt in a two-vehicle crash on CR 180 in Hancock County Wednesday night. more »»

Roads closed for work

July 17, 2015 Beechwood Drive from Ashwood Drive to Allen Street, the entirety of Martha Street, Morningside Drive from Ella Street to Duchess Lane and  Allen Street from the intersection at Wentz Street... more »»

Agricultural board ready for fair

July 17, 2015 By Bonnie Daniel Correspondent Seneca County Fair week is almost here — it runs July 27-Aug. 2 and the theme is “Country Pride, Countywide.” The 8 a.m. opening ceremony has New Riegel Jacket Co. more »»

67 pot plants found in field

July 16, 2015 Law enforcement officers removed dozens of marijuana plants from Seneca County fields Tuesday. A man reported at 9:53 a.m. more »»

‘Catholic voice of Seneca County’

July 16, 2015 By MaryAnn Kromer Correspondent Catholic radio station WSJG-FM celebrated with a kick-off event Wednesday evening at St. Joseph Catholic Church. The Re. more »»

Airport lessons

July 16, 2015 In case of an emergency involving aircraft, local first-responders should be prepared thanks to training at Seneca County Airport Wednesday evening. more »»

Dine and dash

July 16, 2015 Janet Dell Freeman (right), a member of The Salvation Army's advisory board, leads a program at Tiffin Art Guild Wednesday evening. more »»

Domino’s Pizza returning to Tiffin

July 16, 2015 Regional Domino’s Pizza franchise owners Brian and Jennifer Edler announced today they are bringing the second largest pizza chain in the world back to Tiffin. more »»

Sycamore voices need for tax computer

July 16, 2015 SYCAMORE — Administrators and council members debated the need to purchase a computer to be used for municipal income tax information that will be linked electronically into Regional Income Tax... more »»

Opportunity Center reps to trek to Washington

July 16, 2015 Opportunity Center Superintendent Lew Hurst and Developmental Disabilities Board member Joe Moore are heading to Washington, D.C., to meet with Sen. more »»



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