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Tiffin council may raise parking fines

December 3, 2014 Members of Tiffin City Council’s Law and Community Planning Committee agreed to increase parking violation fines to $35 and handicapped parking violations to $100 during a meeting Monday. more »»

Green Springs council discusses police pay

December 3, 2014 GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Police Chief Charlie Horne said Monday night that pay rates are becoming a major concern. more »»

Woman sentenced for theft charges

December 3, 2014 A Berwick woman was sentenced to three years of community control after she pleaded guilty to charges of theft and theft from an elderly person stemming from two separate cases. Heather M. more »»

Man sentenced to community control

December 3, 2014 A Tiffin man who pleaded guilty to drug trafficking and burglary charges in August recently was sentenced to three years of community control. Daniel R. more »»

TCS marketing group to meet

December 3, 2014 The Tiffin City Board of Education Marketing Committee is to meet at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Administration Building, located at 244 S. Monroe St. more »»

TCS support group to meet

December 3, 2014 The Tiffin City Board of Education’s Support Services Committee is to meet at 8 a.m. Friday at the Administration Building, located at 244 S. Monroe St. more »»

Bicyclist hurt in crash

December 3, 2014 A bicyclist was taken to Mercy Tiffin Hospital after she was struck by a vehicle Tuesday evening at Wentz and Market streets. Sgt. more »»

New Riegel

December 3, 2014 The homecoming court for New Riegel Schools is composed of (back row, from left) Grant Lescallet, Timothy Ink, Aaron Acree, Austin Hoepf, Brandon Arbogast, Benjamin Dryfuse; (middle row, from left)... more »»

Columbian art students staging show at gallery

December 3, 2014 Twenty-five Columbian High School students are to present 40 art pieces in their annual art show Saturday at Tiffin University’s Diane Kidd Art Gallery. more »»

Briefly, Dec. 3

December 3, 2014 Holiday lock-in Calvert High School’s cheerleaders are to host a holiday lock-in 4-10 p.m. Friday in Franks Hall on the campus of Tiffin Universit. more »»

Entrepreneurs among victims of unrest in Ferguson, elsewhere

December 3, 2014 Much of the coverage of last month’s civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, focused on the legal issues leading to the protests and rioting after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police... more »»

Solar-powered farms exceed 1 million-watt mark in region

December 3, 2014 MILAN — Within a five-mile radius of Milan, six farmers recently seized control of their electricity costs by plugging into solar power. more »»

Montz seeks more for SIEDC

December 2, 2014 Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz asked city council to allocate an additional $50,000 to Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. more »»

2 beaten with bat in Clyde

December 2, 2014 CLYDE — Two friends playing a video game were attacked by people with a baseball bat who kicked in the door Friday night. The home invasion at 219 E. McPherson Highway was reported at 9:01 p.m. more »»

Architect unveils Lincoln renovation

December 2, 2014 Community members had the opportunity to review renovation blueprints for the Lincoln preschool Monday night during an open meeting. more »»

Fulfilling his destiny

December 2, 2014 In August 2013, local veterinarian Brad McClung gave a Labrador retriever puppy named Bradley to Pilot Dogs Inc., to be trained as a leader dog for the visually impaired. more »»

Police investigating possible overdose

December 2, 2014 Tiffin police are investigating a possible drug overdose reported Monday evening on First Avenue. more »»

Tower tours to be offered

December 2, 2014 The East Tower, at East Market and Jefferson streets, is to be open for tours as part of Tiffin’s Winterfest celebration noon-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. more »»

County commission agenda

December 2, 2014 Seneca County commissioners are to meet with Clerk of Courts Jean Eckelberry in a work session at 9:30 a.m. today. more »»

Village weighs green space bid

December 2, 2014 REPUBLIC — Village Solicitor Jim Gucker received information from Paulette Michener Bockert’s legal representative regarding a green-area donation from the family to Republic, it was learned Monday... more »»



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