Holding police officers accountable for tests

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER Fostoria Civil Service Commission proposed a motion Thursday that could hold police officers financially accountable for study materials if they sign up for but do not take promotion exams. The motion, which has yet to be officially drafted, would...

Woman transported after fall in snow

Simple tasks such as taking the trash out can be harmful to someone’s health in sub-zero temperatures and blizzard-like conditions, as one Tiffin woman found out Wednesday. The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office concluded that no foul play was connected to the incident....

Public Record

Fostoria thefts Thursday: • A North Wood Street caller advised sometime between 9 a.m. and approximately 12 p.m. his vehicle had been broken into, advised glove box was open and he was unsure of what was taken. Wednesday: • Caller advised of two female subjects in a...

A joint lesson about pain

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER In an effort to make Fostoria residents more aware of the causes, symptoms and effective actions of reducing specific joint pains, ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital offered an Eat with an Expert Lunch N’ Learn session Wednesday at the...

Snow plow backs into school bus

By BRIAN BOHNERT and MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITERS A number of Fostoria High School students took a little longer to get to class Wednesday when their school bus collided with a snow plow. Fostoria City Schools Superintendent Andrew Sprang said a bus carrying 13 high school students...

Judge grants early release of Tucker

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The Fostoria man sentenced in September to 12 months in prison for the 2012 death of a nine-year-old boy was granted a judicial release Wednesday after serving only four months. Seneca County Judge Michael Kelbley granted the request made by George...