Council OKs utility rate changes

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Property owners throughout Fostoria can expect to see a change on their water and sewer bills next year, thanks to city council action Tuesday night. Fostoria City Council Tuesday unanimously approved adjustments to the city’s sewer...

Snow Queen voting begins

Voting is now open for the Fostoria Snow Queen contest. There were seven nominees turned into the Mayor’s Office. The contenders for this year’s Snow Queen honors are: Marvelyn Brown, Elizabeth Faust, Ellen Gatrell, Leah Hipsher, April Lance, Teresa Lee and Doris...

Weather delays start of school

The winter weather hammering the area is causing multiple school delays throughout the area. Slick roads and single-digit temperatures forced most schools in northwest Ohio to delay the start of classes by two hours Tuesday. As of press time Tuesday evening, Hancock and Seneca...

City seeks street sign subsidies

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Mayor Eric Keckler is warming up to the idea of returning to his former life, so to speak. During Fostoria Finance Committee’s Tuesday night meeting, the mayor said he has spent much of the past few weeks reflecting on Councilman Jon...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Tuesday: • Kirbi J. Clark, was brought down from court. citations Tuesday: • Officer issued a citation for parking in a direction other than the direction of travel at Bricker and South Wood streets. • Officer issued a citation for a red light...

Commissioners address museum financial woes

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — The Seneca County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to cover the utility costs for the Seneca County Historical Museum, retroactive to Oct. 1, and cover the maintenance costs, such as snow plowing. Commissioner Jeff Wagner estimated the cost...