Flores wins council seat

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER For the first time in a decade, Fostoria’s Second Ward will be represented by someone other than Paul Feasel. During Tuesday’s meeting, Fostoria City Council appointed Greg Flores as the newest representative of the city ward. Flores, who...

City shops for top cop

By BRIAN BOHNERT staff writer The search for the new top cop at Fostoria Police Department officially began Tuesday when Fostoria City Council approved a job description for the vacant chief of police position. Council suspended the three-reading rule Tuesday evening to accept...

More cold temps ahead

  FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS The northern half of Ohio remains under a wind chill advisory this morning as cold weather continues to blanket the area. Forecasters were especially urging caution Tuesday in northwest Ohio, where the National Weather Service issued a hazardous...

Councilmen opposing insurance benefit plan

By BRIAN BOHNERT staff writer An ordinance relating to elected officials’ insurance benefits again met opposition at Tuesday’s Fostoria City Council meeting. Council gave a second reading to an ordinance that, if approved, all elected officials of the city of Fostoria...

Wolf Creek clean-up on way to be OK’d

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Seneca County Engineer Mark Zimmerman said the benefits outweigh the cost for leaning-tree and log-jam removal along Wolf Creek. Zimmerman gave county commissioners an update prior to a hearing scheduled 10 a.m. Jan. 30 in the Public Safety Building at...

Fostoria traffic stop yields suspected drugs, cash

Fostoria police seized suspected drugs and several hundred dollars Tuesday evening during a routine traffic stop on Perry Street. According to Fostoria Police Capt. Patrick Brooks, officers stopped a vehicle driven by Sean Goodluck, of Fostoria, at around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday near...