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Montz, Zoeller let down by study

November 14, 2014 Seneca County Commissioner Fred Zoeller and Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz discussed their disappointment with the state’s SR 53 study during the North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments meeting... more »»

Seneca Democrats talk voter turnout

November 14, 2014 Members of the Seneca County Democratic Executive Committee discussed ways to improve voter turnout at a meeting Thursday at the Public Safety Building. more »»

Parents pose questions to board

November 14, 2014 BASCOM — Many Hopewell-Loudon family members voiced their views on a number of issues Wednesday night. Parents complained there is no way to enter the school after school hours. more »»

Possible overdose death reported

November 14, 2014 The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a possible heroin-related death in Bettsville. According to sheriff’s office reports, a caller from 324 State St. more »»

Sidewalk, lane to close for demo

November 14, 2014 The sidewalk in front of the Stalsworth Hotel, 25 E. Market St., is to be temporarily closed due to demolition as early as today. more »»

Residents warned of phone scam

November 14, 2014 The Tiffin Police Department is warning residents of a phone scam involving callers claiming to be from the IRS. more »»

Veterans board to meet Monday

November 14, 2014 Seneca County Veterans Service Commission is to meet at 1 p.m. Monday at Seneca County Veterans Service Office, 920 E. CR 20, Tiffin. more »»

Montz offers $11.3M budget

November 13, 2014 Mayor Aaron Montz touched on many capital improvement projects when he outlined the proposed $11.3 million 2015 city budget during a special meeting of Tiffin City Council Wednesday. more »»

Playing around

November 13, 2014 An unusual object has appeared in the courtyard between Gillmor, Franks and Seitz halls on the Tiffin University campus — a piano. more »»

Park board mulls geocaching event

November 13, 2014 A potential geocaching event, possible grant opportunities and a permeable concrete test project were the main topics at Wednesday’s Seneca County Park District board meeting. more »»

Man’s death after fight ruled homicide

November 13, 2014 The death of a Tiffin man who died after a fight Sept. 22 at his South Sandusky Street home has been ruled a homicide. Seneca County Coroner Mark Akers said Wednesday the death of Dean E. more »»

Clover Club granted improvement funds

November 13, 2014 Clover Club Tavern & Eatery received the first Facade Enhancement Program funding through the city of Tiffin and has proposed $10,000 in improvements to the exterior of the building. more »»

Sycamore readies for street project completion

November 13, 2014 SYCAMORE — At the village council meeting Tuesday night, Sycamore Village Administrator Chuck Clark said the 8th Street project is on track for completion next week. more »»

Man arrested for alleged sex act with minor

November 13, 2014 An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged with having unlawful sexual conduct with a minor for alleged acts involving a 13-year-old girl. more »»

Attica man dies after weekend crash

November 13, 2014 An Attica man died Tuesday after being involved in a one-vehicle accident Friday evening in Huron County. According to a release from State Highway Patrol, Kameron Kimble, 23, died at Mercy St. more »»

Fair board reacts to camper fire

November 13, 2014 Seneca County Agricultural Society members opened their meeting Tuesday with a moment of silence recognizing United States veterans. The board discussed the recent camper fire on the fairgrounds. more »»

Bond set in robbery case

November 13, 2014 A man charged with two counts of robbery in connection to robberies reported last month at Speedway and Heritage IGA had his bond set at $200,000 Wednesday. Eric N. more »»

Man pleads guilty to breaking and entering

November 13, 2014 A man was sentenced to an 11-month prison sentence after he pleaded guilty last week to two counts of breaking and entering. According to court documents, Christopher . more »»

Man sentenced to community control

November 13, 2014 A Fostoria man who pleaded guilty in September to breaking and entering charges was sentenced last week to three years of community control. more »»

Green Springs man pleads not guilty

November 13, 2014 A Green Springs man facing several sex-related charges for allegedly videotaping a girl showering appeared in court last week where he pleaded not guilty to the charges. Trent W. more »»

 
 
 

 

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