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Eight V-S students are national champs

June 25, 2016 Eight Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers students were named national champions Friday. more »»

Trio of new ambulances to put EMS years ahead

June 25, 2016 Seneca County EMS is moving ahead with plans to buy three new ambulances. more »»

Woman hurt in crash near New Riegel

June 25, 2016 NEW RIEGEL — A McCutchenville woman was hurt in a crash at SR 587 and TR 90 Friday night. Trooper Kyle Mayle of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said he believed injuries sustained by Susan A. more »»

Charges follow suspected heroin OD

June 25, 2016 Local authorities responded to a suspected heroin overdose Friday afternoon. According to Tiffin Police Department reports, a possible heroin overdose was reported at 177 Webster St. at about 1:37 p. more »»

Resident seeks historical marker noting grave of 1st WWI casualty

June 25, 2016 ATTICA — Mayor Bryan Shock read a letter from Kira Stanfield Thursday night during the council meetin. more »»

Local leg of Special Olympics torch run

June 24, 2016 Special Olympians from Seneca County Opportunity Center Jamie Starkey of the track team (center left) passes the torch to Chris Wagner of the bocce ball team during the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Ru... more »»

Radio enthusiasts prepared

June 24, 2016 Seneca Radio Club and Seneca County Amateur Radio Emergency Service members will be participating in the American Radio Relay League Field Day this weekend. more »»

Attorney resigns from practicing law

June 24, 2016 Ohio Supreme Court accepted the resignation of a Tiffin attorney found guilty of a charge. Susan . more »»

City pleased with low rates

June 24, 2016 Tiffin has received a 3.03 percent interest rate on bonds to be sold to fund its share of construction costs for the proposed joint justice center, Mayor Aaron Montz announced Thursday. more »»

Making it last

June 23, 2016 For the children of Andrew F. and Catherine H. Collet, marriage has been a commitment that lasts a lifetime. more »»

TU donor offers $4M match

June 23, 2016 Tiffin University has received a pledge from an anonymous donor for a dollar-for-dollar match up to $4 million in funds raised through Dec. 31. more »»

Motorcyclist injured in SR 53 crash

June 23, 2016 By Jimmy Flint Staff Writer jflint@advertiser-tribune. more »»

Weather monitored

June 23, 2016 Local and regional officials were monitoring the potential for severe weather overnight. According to National Weather Service, Doppler Radar indicated at 9:40 p.m. more »»

Woman gets community control

June 23, 2016 A Tiffin woman was sentenced to community control during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom. Lynn M. more »»

Medicine reported stolen Wednesday; Fostoria man charged with burglary

June 23, 2016 A Fostoria man faces several charges after allegedly stealing prescription pills from a residence Wednesday morning. more »»

NR council members OK paving payment

June 23, 2016 NEW RIEGEL — Village council members gathered Tuesday evening for an abbreviated meeting. Councilwoman Deirdre Bakies informed members that Jeff Finn, with the U.S. more »»

‘Littlest Angels’ section of cemetery to be dedicated

June 23, 2016 The Tiffin Mercy Hospital Foundation and Greenlawn Cemetery Association are to host a dedication of “Littlest Angles” section in Greenlawn Cemetary at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. more »»

Birds of a feather

June 22, 2016 Linda Rose, program director for Seneca County Park District, uses a puppet during a children's program about birds at Steyer Nature Preserve Tuesday. more »»

Parking concerns aired

June 22, 2016 By William Bradley Staff Writer wbradley@advertiser-tribune.com Seneca County commissioners discussed developments concerning the proposed joint justice center at their meeting Tuesday. more »»

$800,000 grant

June 22, 2016 Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Center expects to receive a grant of more than $800,000 from the Ohio Department of Education to expand its robotics program and career technical education. more »»

 
 
 

 

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