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Evaluation sought

August 22, 2014 A Port Clinton man arrested last month in connection to a June 16 sexual assault reported in Bettsville appeared in court, where his attorney requested a competency hearing Thursday. Dale L. more »»

Council panel nixes fixes at Apple-Jack

August 22, 2014 Members of Tiffin City Council voted 2-1 against applying for a grant to rehabilitate Apple-Jack Park at the Recreation and Public Property Committee meeting Thursday. more »»

Panel holds off on storm sewer decision

August 22, 2014 Tiffin City Council members are to get more information on a request for a storm sewer extension after visiting the property during a Streets, Sidewalks and Sewers Committee meeting Thursday. more »»

Director: Dog park has 80 registered users

August 22, 2014 Eighty people have registered to use the dog park, according to the Tiffin Park and Recreation Department director’s report to the board Thursday. more »»

Board approves resident request for fence

August 22, 2014 By Bonnie Daniel Correspondent BLOOMVILLE — Residents Michael and Tyann Miles approached Bloomville Village Council Wednesday evening for a variance hearing to erect a six-foot fence around their... more »»

Man remains in critical condition

August 22, 2014 A Tiffin man who was taken by Life Flight to a Toledo hospital Wednesday night after he crashed his motorcycle on North SR 53 remained in critical condition Thursday evenin. more »»

Drug trafficking case to go before jury

August 22, 2014 A heroin trafficking case is to be presented to a Seneca County grand jury after it was bound over to the higher court this week. more »»

Man indicted on assault charge

August 22, 2014 A Fostoria man was indicted on a fourth-degree felony charge of assault this week for allegedly assaulting a police officer last month. Peter F. more »»

Two indicted for allegedly robbing boy

August 22, 2014 Two men arrested last month after they allegedly robbed a boy on the bike path were indicted on charges this week by a Seneca County grand jury. According to court documents, Ryan . more »»

Say hello

August 22, 2014 With strong faith, high energy and skilled coffee-making, Delana Ball opens Sabaidee Coffee House today at 45 S. Sandusky St. next to Tiffin University. “Sabaidee,” which translates to “Hello. more »»

Mane Cinsations closes; Shear Elegance to open

August 22, 2014 After 21 years as owner of Mane Cinsations salon, 6 Sycamore St., Cindy Haupert recently sold the business. more »»

Law firm opening Tiffin office

August 22, 2014 The law firm of Fraser, Clemens, Martin and Miller LLC announced it is opening a branch in the Laird Arcade building. Jacob M. more »»

Rehab, psych facility planned

August 21, 2014 Earlier this year, while Autumnwood Care Center was celebrating the 118th anniversary of Volunteers of America, Mary Lee Creeger, Autumnwood’s director of therapeutic recreation, marketing and... more »»

Welcome back to the new Old Fort

August 21, 2014 BETTSVILLE – Wednesday marked the first day of classes for Old Fort Local Schools along with a new building, new students, new teachers and a visit from State Sen. David Burke. more »»

Motorcyclist wrecks on SR 53

August 21, 2014 A Tiffin man was seriously injured after he crashed his motorcycle Wednesday night on SR 53. more »»

Paving projects through village completed

August 21, 2014 NEW RIEGEL — Two roads, SR 587 and CR 591, through New Riegel have been paved. more »»

Fostoria council OKs 8 resolutions and ordinances

August 21, 2014 FOSTORIA — During its regular meeting Tuesday evening, the Fostoria City Council passed eight resolutions and ordinances. more »»

Whirlpool requests dismissal of property owners’ lawsuit

August 21, 2014 After owners of the former Whirlpool Park recently joined a federal lawsuit against Whirlpool Corp., the Clyde-based company is requesting the owners and some of their claims be dismissed from it. more »»

Green Springs may go to paid EMS

August 21, 2014 Members of Green Springs Village Council and trustees from Adams and Pleasant townships considered the possibility of a paid EMS service during a council meeting Monday evening. more »»

Attica Fair results, Aug. 21

August 21, 2014 Rabbits Best of Breed Dutch: Leah Longbrake; Jessica Lang, Best Opposite of Breed (BOB). English Angora: Lori Angel-York. Flemish Giant: Howard Jones II; Erick Ness, BOB. more »»



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