Public safety, internships highlight NCORcog meeting

By RON CRAIG STAFF CORRESPONDENT Fuel station safety and college internships are usually discussed in one setting, but that’s what one state official did during an annual meeting of the North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments Thursday. Matt Peters, assistant...

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Fostoria accidents Thursday: • Employee of a Columbus Avenue business advised of an accident; private property report taken. arrests Wednesday: • Off duty officer arrested Sierra Baker at a West High Street business on a warrant from Seneca County. • Police...

Looking for Lucky leprechaun

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Micah LaNauze (right), 5, uses leprechaun goggles to look at his leprechaun trap Wednesday at Longfellow School. Every year students set traps, but Lucky is too quick and leaves a mess in preschool teacher Lisa Place’s classroom, leaving...

Fostoria among most affordable places to live

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER For the second year in a row, an online study has placed Fostoria among the top three most affordable housing markets in the state. SmartAsset.com, an online financial technology company, ranked Fostoria as the third-most affordable place to...

Farming is big business here

By SETH WEBER Staff Writer It’s not surprising by taking a look around, but Seneca County’s largest industry is agriculture, with 88.8 percent of land use devoted to it, said Seneca County Commissioner President Holly Stacy. Seneca County has 1,113 farms, according to...

Bettsville couple still waiting on village records

By RON CRAIG Staff Correspondent Two Bettsville residents are still waiting for copies of financial and other village records after several formal requests and months of delay. During a March 1 meeting of Bettsville Council, Dan and Kim Kracher repeated their requests the public...