Kaubisch library kicks off book sale

SETH WEBER / The Review Times Kaubisch library kicks off book sale Nancy Studrawa (right) purchases a book from Kaubisch Memorial Public Library volunteer Carola True Thursday during the library’s annual book sale. The book sale began Thursday and runs through Tuesday in...

Bettsville hires new fire chief

By SETH WEBER Staff Writer The Bettsville Volunteer Fire Department has seen a slight shift in personnel, as former fire chief, Jim Maglosky, has been replaced by his assistant fire chief, Michael Snell. Maglosky retired on Sunday because he wanted to spend more time with his...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Thursday: • Caller advised of a two-vehicle non-injury accident on Cleveland Street and Ernest Street. Citation issued to driver for stop sign. Wednesday: • Caller advised a semi hit a pole on E. South Street and South Main Street. The semi left the area and...

Unfortunate windfall

A Fostoria city employee trims the limbs off of an uprooted pine tree Wednesday morning at Fountain Cemetery. Tuesday’s 50-degree weather brought with it heavy rainfall and gusty winds, which caused trees to fall and limbs to break around the tri-county area. Fostoria...

Few contested races in Seneca County

EDITOR’S NOTE: Absentee or early voting will begin Feb. 17 for Ohio’s March 15 primary election. By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Seneca County Republican voters will nominate two county commissioner candidates and Eden Township residents will decide a 1 mill...

Hancock sheriff warns of impersonators

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a scam involving individuals posing as employees of the law enforcement agency. In a news release from Sgt. Mike Cortez of the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, residents have recently reported being contacted...