Police seek robber

Fostoria Police are investigating a robbery reported Thursday night at an East Lytle Street convenience store. According to the clerk of Circle K South, 551 E. Lytle St., a white male with red hair wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and a dark red ski mask brandished a handgun...

Cancer scam hits Elmwood

By RYAN DUNN for the review times Phil Gunder recently opened the door of his northern Findlay home to a student in an Elmwood High School letter jacket. The boy spoke quickly about collecting money for a wrestling team statistician who is fighting cancer. He seemed anxious and...

Search turns up suspected drugs

A Fostoria woman is facing multiple charges after police officers found suspected illegal drugs at her East North Street residence. The Seneca County Drug Task Force-METRICH Enforcement Unit, along with additional officers from Fostoria Police Department’s SWAT team and K-9...

‘Tis the season for taxes

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Just as this winter season brought with it bouts of treacherous snow throughout the area, local residents may now be dreading the next season: tax season. The city of Fostoria has a mandatory filing requirement, which states that every resident of...

City police eligibility list slated to expire

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Police Capt. Patrick Brooks announced Thursday at the Fostoria Civil Service Commission meeting that the entry level eligibility list for the police department will expire this summer. Currently, Brooks said there are two individuals on the...

Board approves DD month proclamation

TIFFIN — The Seneca County Commissioners approved a proclamation Thursday for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March. Marta Mohr, with the Seneca County Opportunity Center, and Dexter, a client of the center, briefly discussed three events being held during the...