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Robbery reported in Fostoria

December 19, 2014 FOSTORIA — A robbery was reported Wednesday evening on East Lytle Street. According to Fostoria police reports, a man reported at 5:44 p.m. more »»

Secretary of state staffer to visit area

December 19, 2014 Regional liaisons for Secretary of State Jon Husted are to be in Seneca County in January. According to a news release, a local event is set noon-2 p.m. Jan. more »»

Bloomville officials talk EMS program

December 18, 2014 BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville Fire Chief Nate Blaser and Bloom Township trustees Troy Kagy, Ron Fry and Ron Lease addressed council members Wednesday night about plans for the EMS program. more »»

From The A-T

December 18, 2014 The Bargain Bonanza is not inserted into today’s Advertiser-Tribune due to production issues. It is to be inserted into the Friday pape. more »»

Fostoria council approves budgets

December 18, 2014 FOSTORIA — Fostoria City Counil Finance Committee voted Tuesday night to increase the certificate of estimated resources for the General Fund and grants, and council approved the final budget for... more »»

Panel approves work for donated trees

December 18, 2014 NEW RIEGEL — Village council members learned Tuesday night Dan Vera from Mohawk Nursery was to deliver and plant nine trees as a donation in the community park Wednesda. more »»

Rover pipeline route unveiled

December 17, 2014 Rover Pipeline LLC has released maps showing a detailed route for a $4.3 billion proposed natural gas pipeline to run through southwestern Seneca Count. more »»

Angel pleads guilty to trafficking

December 17, 2014 A woman is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty Tuesday to three counts of trafficking in heroin. Anna A. more »»

Elections board requests budget increase

December 17, 2014 Seneca County commissioners reviewed a proposed increase to the Board of Elections’ 2015 budget during their meeting Tuesday. more »»

Hook ruled competent for trial

December 17, 2014 A Tiffin man charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly causing the death of another man during a fight has been found competent to stand trial. Keith A. more »»

TCS board quizzed on Lincoln preschool

December 17, 2014 Community members continued to issue concerns about the Lincoln pre-kindergarten building during the Tiffin City Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening. more »»

Tiffin man 1 of 2 killed in accident

December 17, 2014 A Tiffin man was one of two drivers killed in an accident Tuesday afternoon in Ottawa County. According to a release from State Highway Patrol, George . more »»

Man pleads not guilty to theft charges

December 17, 2014 A man charged with 10 counts of theft from an elderly person appeared in court Tuesday, where he pleaded not guilty to the charges. David A. more »»

Facade grants might be applied to homes

December 17, 2014 Economic Development and Downtown Planning Committee moved legislation to Tiffin City Council permitting single- and two-family dwellings to apply for the 2015 Downtown Facade Enhancement Grant... more »»

Village turns down green space donation

December 17, 2014 REPUBLIC — Republic Solicitor Jim Gucker presented a resolution to council members Monday night with specifications from Paulette Michener Bockert’s legal representative regarding a donation. more »»

Seneca East seeks renewal of operating levy

December 17, 2014 ATTICA — Seneca East Board of Education approved a resolution Monday to renew the district’s five-year operating levy. The final collection from the current levy is to occur in 201. more »»

Carey sets temp 2015 budget

December 17, 2014 CAREY — Appropriations for the village of Carey will be up 14 percent for 2015 thanks in large part to projects the village is undertaking from the electrical replacement/expansion to the culvert... more »»

Green Springs police receive funds

December 17, 2014 GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Village Council members approved a donation Monday night that will allow the police department to purchase new equipment. more »»

School start may conflict with fair

December 17, 2014 CLYDE — Approval of the 2015-16 Clyde-Green Springs school calendar had been on the agenda, but a conflict has arisen. more »»

Bettsville OKs appropriations

December 17, 2014 BETTSVILLE — Bettsville council members met for a special session Monday to hear the third reading and adopt the 2015 appropriations to be submitted by year’s end to Seneca County Auditor Julie... more »»

 
 
 

 

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