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Recovery plan levy closer to ballot

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A proposed increase in property taxes got one step closer to the fall ballot Tuesday night as Fostoria City Council adopted a new financial recovery plan. Sealed with a 5-2 vote, the plan includes a 6-mill property tax levy that will go before...
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Calm before the storm

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The hallways and classrooms of Fostoria City Schools’ buildings are quiet this week as students enjoy spring break. However, they’ll be bustling with studious schoolchildren come Monday as the district jumps into the start of state...

Commissioners OK bids for elections office remodeling

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER Seneca County Commissioners approved bids for the remodeling of office space at a county-owned building in downtown Tiffin that is to be the new home of the county’s board of elections. Two bids were received for the project, but one of them turned...

Commissioners mull how to preserve records

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER Seneca County Commissioners continue to grapple with issues regarding old public records being stored at a county-owned building at 81 Jefferson St., Tiffin, and the decaying conditions of those records. Discussions have been conducted on what to do with...
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Public Record

Fostoria arrests Tuesday: • Ernest J. Mcallister, 31, no address listed, was arrested on a warrant following a report of a wanted subject at a North Union Street address. • Nicholas Rashaad Goins, 21, 1203 Beier Drive Apt. B, was brought down on a committal. Monday: • Shari May...
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Dillinger returns

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER From railroads to booming businesses to quality glass products, Fostoria is rich with history. While the Fostoria Area Historical Society preserves pieces of the city’s past, members are taking it one step further again this year with another...