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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Food for seniors on its way

Pantry Plus of Fostoria, 115 S. Main St., will begin distributing 150 emergency boxes of food to residents age 60 and over on Tuesday...

Police chief: Stay home, stop the spread

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER It’s not as though an officer’s necessarily going to track you down and arrest you. But Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno would...

Can COVID-19 be transmitted from newspaper? No

Some readers have asked whether there’s a danger in getting a newspaper delivered to your home or business — and whether the COVID-19 virus...

Seneca County reports second COVID-19 case

A second Seneca County resident has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). The 33-year-old female is hospitalized, according to a Wednesday evening press release from Seneca...

Mayor Keckler declares state of emergency

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Everyone knows the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been bad. It’s now officially an emergency type of bad in Fostoria...

Stabbing under investigation

Fostoria Police Division is investigating a report of a stabbing. The police division had received a 911 call at about 12:05 a.m. Monday from a...

Local man nabbed in robbery

A Fostoria man was being held on a robbery charge in the Hancock County Justice Center Monday night following an incident earlier in the...

Message to our readers

As our society continues to confront coronavirus, we continue to provide the most up-to-date information regarding our communities. As you are no doubt aware, Gov....

Funerals being impacted by COVID-19; Private services becoming new norm

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR It’s a tough time to be alive, and an even tougher time to be dealing with death. As fear of spreading the...

Local, county briefings on virus scheduled

TIFFIN — Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer will begin on Monday hosting a regular briefing update on COVID-19 in conjunction with Seneca County,...