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Coronavirus

To keep the community informed, we’ve lifted the paywall on all stories about COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus. For most people, the virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.

Red Cross urgently needs blood donations

TOLEDO -- The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations to prevent...

Tiffin woman stays close to Fostoria roots

By MATT NYE FOR THE REVIEW TIMES To do something for nearly 50 years, you have to...

Area universities plan for fall

By SARA ARTHURS For the Review Times Universities are planning for fall semester amid a lot of...

Fostoria agencies unite to offer COVID-19 testing

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer FOSTORIA -- Several community agencies in Fostoria have come together to offer...
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Fostoria YMCA gets COVID response grant

TOLEDO -- The Board of Trustees of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation has approved a...

Heartstring Melodies keeping music playing

By MATT NYE For The Review Times FINDLAY -- Most people don't like change. They don't like...

Remote worship services to remain

By BRENNA GRITEMAN For the Review Times While some area churches are cautiously reopening their doors for...

2020 Ohio State Fair canceled

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Expositions Commission announced Thursday that it will cancel the 2020 Ohio...

Give Kindness directory launched

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many local nonprofit agencies have been forced to cancel their...

Nonprofits feel pandemic pinch

By BRENNA GRITEMAN For The Review Times Every Wednesday evening, a dedicated bunch of bingo players turns...

Restaurants open doors to diners

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Many restaurants will open today to serve in-house patrons for the first...

Care facility to honor graduates

By DENISE GRANT For the Review Times Each year, high school graduations come and go relatively unnoticed,...

City offering restaurants helping hand

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Fostoria businesses that have been financially struggling through the coronavirus pandemic got...

FHS graduation event scheduled

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Memorial Stadium has been the site of many memorable athletic achievements. In an...

Off to market

Why not adopt a senior this graduation season?

By JEANNIE WILEY WOLF For the Review Times A Facebook group has been started to support area...

Kaubisch Library to begin offering curbside service

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Kaubisch Memorial Public Library will offer curbside service four days...

Put-in-Bay opens back up Friday

By MICHAEL HARRINGTON FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Put-in-Bay will open up to visitors with safety protocols in...

Microloan Program established locally

There is no doubt that businesses have been negatively impacted, to varying degrees, by the...

A wide-open Farmers’ Market

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER It's going to take more than a pandemic to halt Fostoria's traditional...

Memorial Day event canceled

By SCOTT COTTOS staff writer Fostoria's Memorial Day activities have fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic. Jim Nusser,...

WBGU offers free airtime to honor area graduates

BOWLING GREEN -- Public Broadcasting Station WBGU is offering area high schools free airtime to...

A different Cedar Point

By MICHAEL HARRINGTON for the Review Times SANDUSKY -- No one knows when Cedar Fair will open...

Pandemic forces many changes on police

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER The coronavirus pandemic precipitated a case of identity theft against Chief Keith...

No decision yet on county fair

TIFFIN -- Seneca County Fair officials are holding off before making a decision about this...

Food bank continues to help

By SCOTT COTTOS Staff Writer As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on area residents' wallets...

Fostoria Hospital cancels 90th anniversary celebration

A celebration of ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital's 90th anniversary planned for Monday has been postponed...

OSU extension office remains closed to public

COLUMBUS -- Ohio State University Extension will continue its teleworking plan for all employees and...

National Guard flying by today

F-16s from the Ohio Air National Guard's 180th Fighter Wing will be flying over Fostoria...

Library to offer curbside service

FINDLAY -- The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will offer curbside service at the Main Library...

Attention mask makers

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Cover-ups aren't normally desirable occurrence. But it's all good in regard to the...

DeWine: $775M cut from budget

By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS and JOHN SEEWER Associated Press COLUMBUS -- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Tuesday he's...

Tiffin drive-in open for business

By JILL GOSCHE FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Tiffin's Field of Dreams drive-in theater opened Tuesday with rules...

County title department open to general public

TIFFIN -- The Seneca County Title Department has re-opened to the general public. New procedures...

Fostoria government weathering pandemic

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Just as they are anywhere, things aren't exactly the same in Fostoria's...

Challenges face Gov. DeWine as divide grows over reopening

By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS and JOHN SEEWER Associated Press COLUMBUS -- Ohio's aggressive steps closing its schools and...

Put-in-Bay to tourists: Stay put

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Fostoria council meets today

Fostoria City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. today via Zoom teleconferencing due...

County shuts down museum

By JILL GOSCHE FOR THE REVIEW TIMES TIFFIN -- Seneca County Museum announced Sunday the museum has...

Tiffin graduates celebrate virtually

By NICOLE WALBY FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Tiffin University graduates celebrated in their own way Saturday for...

EHS senior composes tribute

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Aleiya Douglas has been no different than anyone else in regard to...

Park programs canceled

Seneca County Park District has announced all park programs for the month of May have...

Wood County courthouse complex opening — with conditions

BOWLING GREEN -- Effective immediately, all people entering the courthouse complex and all Wood County...

Residents adjust to life in time of COVID-19

By KATIE ANDERSON, EVAN BEVINS and SCOTT COTTOS SPECIAL TO THE REVIEW TIMES For 81-year-old Elizabeth Funk,...

Hyde football camp off

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER The fourth year of the Micah Hyde Football Camp will have to...

Area EMS representatives receive thousands of masks

TIFFIN -- Representatives of the Seneca County Emergency Services Department, Tiffin Fire Rescue Division and...

Health chief confident in re-opening businesses

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer has confidence in Gov. Mike DeWine’s...

Long-term care facilities confirm coronavirus

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Nursing homes and care facilities in Seneca and Hancock counties remain COVID-19...

Making it bearable

SCOTT COTTOS / the Review Times Jesse Hernandez, an employee of Big Bear Muffler at 1313...

Private universities weathering pandemic

By LOU WILIN FOR THE REVIEW TIMES The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in the permanent closure of...

Shaming won’t change behavior of those ignoring health guidelines

By LAUREN FOX SPECIAL TO THE REVIEW TIMES Bishop Seabury Academy junior Lyle Griggs isn’t particularly active...

Fostoria native takes on clean fight

By Brenda Gregorio-Nieto Special to the Review Times Fostoria native and Lakota graduate Chad Hollinger has a...

Health commissioner says next phase is to stop the spread

By Vicki Johnson FOR THE REVIEW TIMES As Ohio moves toward the slow process or re-opening businesses...

Election count to be live streamed

By Vicki Johnson FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Seneca County Board of Elections is planning a Facebook Live...

Parks cancels programs

TIFFIN -- The Tiffin Parks and Recreation has canceled all public programs, events and day...

Pandemic pinches public purse

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Mayor Eric Keckler and other city officials know all about tightening...

Spring sports season canceled

With Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s announcement Monday that Ohio’s kindergarten through 12th-grade schools will remain...

Shining for seniors

SCOTT COTTOS / for the Review Times Fostoria Memorial Stadium lights shine Monday night as Fostoria...

Schools shining light on seniors

Fostoria City Schools will join the Northern Buckeye League and other northwest Ohio schools in...

Community prayer service set Tuesday

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Many have been praying about the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the country. Now, the...

Museum seeking contributions to archives

Hancock Historical Museum is seeking contributions via technology to create a digital archive of the...

Good Shepherd Home extends visitor restriction

Good Shepherd Home has been playing it safe, and safe seems to be working out...

Leipsic care facility has cluster outbreak of COVID-19

OTTAWA — The number of cases of COVID-19 in Putnam County increased significantly in the...

Safety key to shopping during pandemic

By SCOTT COTTOS staff writer Shopping has become a different endeavor in Fostoria during the coronavirus pandemic. By...

Hotline established for health care workers

Firelands Regional Medical Center Counseling and Recovery Services has established a 24-hour hotline specifically for...

Area courts continue to serve justice

By LOU WILIN and SCOTT COTTOS For the Review Times Area courts are conducting fewer in-person hearings...

Agency modifies services to seniors

BOWLING GREEN — Based on current information, all Wood County Committee on Aging Senior Center...

Worst may be yet to come

By Lauren Fox SPECIAL TO THE REVIEW TIMES A week ago, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said...

2 more cases in Hancock County

Hancock County now has 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19, seven of whom have been hospitalized. Hancock...

Snowbirds in a pandemic; should they stay or should they go?

By Katie Anderson SPECIAL TO THE REVIEW TIMES Gloria and Duncan Parkinson have mastered the details of...

In-person 4-H programming canceled through July 6

All in-person 4-H programs, activities and events have been canceled through July 6, according to...

Court garners $19,000 grant

Seneca County Common Pleas Courts have been awarded about $19,000 through a remote technology grant...

Elections board brings in help for absentee ballots

By JIM MAURER for the review times Additional workers have been brought in to handle the influx...

‘Hometown helper’ sews up special deliveries for FCH

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Brenda Endicott, a respiratory therapist at ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital, called her...

Heating help extended

The application deadline for assistance with winter heating bills through the Home Energy Assistance Program...

County tightens budget belt

TIFFIN — Seneca County Board of Commissioners formalized a budget-reduction plan Thursday morning that will...

Hancock County records first COVID-19 death

Hancock Public Health announced Thursday that the first county resident has died from COVID-19. "It is...

Board hears details on health department’s COVID-19 work

By Vicki Johnson for the review times Seneca County General Health District board of directors heard an...

Closings, cancellations

May 2 Fostoria Farmers’ Market has been canceled. The 16th annual blood analysis program co-sponsored by...

WIC program adds flexibility

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — No one has gone unaffected by the coronavirus pandemic, but...

Special delivery

SCOTT COTTOS / the Review Times Specialist Louellen Ashcraft, an Akron resident serving with the Ohio...

Health chief gives local stats, mental health advice

By Vicki Johnson FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer Wednesday said Seneca County...

Run the Res canceled; fundraiser falls victim to coronavirus

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER As an administrator of a large-scale event, Susie Shiff could see the...

Customer limits implemented

Beginning today, Kroger will begin to limit the number of customers it allows in its...

BOE modifies plan to include digital learning

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Though classes aren’t meeting as usual in Fostoria City Schools due to...

Garage, yard, in-home sales prohibited

By Vicki Johnson FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer Monday banned garage sales...

FCH’s ER seeing more virus symptoms

Emergency rooms throughout the country are seeing patients with COVID-19 symptoms. And Fostoria’s ProMedica Fostoria Community...

Agencies come together to feed Fostorians in need

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Times have gotten tougher for an increasing number of people during the...

Friendly visit

PHOTO PROVIDED Forrest Trisler holds up his German shorthaired pointer Ada to a window at Good...

Red Cross, FDA working to develop treatment for coronavirus

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR We avoided them like the plague because, well, that’s pretty much what...

Local restaurants working hard to stay in business

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER The restaurants aren’t resting in Fostoria. Instead, they’re relying on takeout orders to...

Fostoria BOE meets Monday on ZOOM

Fostoria Board of Education will conduct a regular meeting/work session at 6:30 p.m. Monday, using...

Ohio Bishops extend suspension of public Masses/liturgies

Catholic Bishops of Ohio have announced to extended the temporary suspension of all publicly celebrated...

Museum events postponed, canceled

BOWLING GREEN — The coronavirus pandemic has affected the schedule of events at the Wood...

Holy Week services to be live-streamed

TOLEDO — Holy Week and Easter liturgies are scheduled to be live-streamed from Our Lady,...

Seneca County coronavirus roundup; EMA accepting PPEs

Emergency Management Agency is continuing to accept and process Personal Protective Equipment from non-emergency sources...

Commissioners discuss budget

Seneca County Board of Commissioners on Thursday discussed during a digital meeting the need to...

Mayor, health chief express pride in citizens for managing pandemic

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Mayor Eric Keckler and Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer on...

Drive-thru confessional

By LOU WILIN FOR THE REVIEW TIMES CAREY — The season of Lent leading up to Easter...

GSH programs try to keep residents, community connected

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR The visitors may have been few and far between before the doors...

Review Times continues to follow the coronavirus

Dear reader, The past few weeks have been full of uncertainty for many of you here...

GLCAP extends application deadlines

FREMONT — Those who need help with utility payments will have additional time to apply...

Ohio EMA warns of spam scam phone calls

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Emergency Management Agency is receiving reports of spam calls to Ohioans...

Emergency fund established

FINDLAY — The board of trustees of The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation has established the...

Landfill dominates discussion

By VICKI JOHNSON FOR THE REVIEW TIMES TIFFIN — Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer dealt with...

Seneca commissioners to hold meeting digitally

TIFFIN — The Seneca County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to discuss reductions to the...

Flag project

Mask delivery

Renee Whitta, ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital staff member, accepts donations of handmade masks from a...

Helping hands

SCOTT COTTOS / the Review Times Specialist Thomas Adams of the Ohio National Guard in Lima...

Seneca County records 1st COVID-19 death

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — With Seneca County experiencing its first death of a person...

Shielded

SCOTT COTTOS / the Review Times Circle K employee Tori Thompson attends to a customer Monday...

$1 million fund established to help local businesses recover from coronavirus

Fostoria businesses can now apply for a grant to help them recover from the effects...

Clean ‘touchables,’ wash hands and repeat, often

By LOU WILIN FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Continually clean door knobs, sink handles, bathroom doorknobs, cupboard knobs,...

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...

Three COVID-19 cases in Hancock County

By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER Hancock County now has three confirmed cases of COVID-19, one of whom...

Presumed COVID-19 case closes Whirlpool

Whirlpool Corp. has temporarily closed its Findlay plant. Thursday evening, an employee was diagnosed with a...

Have faith and SMILE, Dr.’s orders

PHOTO FROM FACEBOOK What do dentists do when they can’t help patients? They paint a happy...

Hancock confirms 2nd case of coronavirus

A second Hancock County resident has tested positive for COVID-19, the Ohio Department of Health...

Fostoria businesses virtually unstoppable

By SCOTT COTTOS jSTAFF WRITER The people can’t come to Trisha Roddy’s fitness classes during the coronavirus...

Can COVID-19 be transmitted from newspaper? No

Some readers have asked whether there’s a danger in getting a newspaper delivered to your...

State of emergency declared in Seneca County

TIFFIN — Seneca County Board of Commissioners approved a state of emergency declaration Thursday morning...

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,...

FCH needs masks; community asked to make, donate life-saving covers

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER As time goes on with the coronavirus pandemic, more people and agencies...

ProMedica physicians limit office visits

Governor Mike DeWine’s Stay At Home order to minimize the potential exposure to COVID-19 has...

BVH puts more limits on visits

Blanchard Valley Health System is no longer allowing visitors because of the COVID-19 pandemic and...

Community compliance

SCOTT SCHERF / for the Review Times Downtown Fostoria is eerily quiet as residents comply with...

Jails make adjustments to keep coronavirus out of facilities

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Places where large gatherings of people and foot traffic cannot be prevented...

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...

Working at home can be difficult

By LOU WILIN FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Working at home not only is cushy and convenient. The...

Seneca County reports its first COVID-19 case

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Monday began with Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer reporting the COVID-19...

Closings

Each day more and more groups, organizations, agencies and businesses are closing or changing the...

Message to our readers

As our society continues to confront coronavirus, we continue to provide the most up-to-date information...

Hancock County reports first case of coronavirus

The first positive case of COVID-19 in Hancock County has been confirmed, according to a...

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...

Health commissioner to give live updates on coronavirus

TIFFIN — Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer will begin today hosting a regular briefing...

Closings

Following is a list of closings, cancellations and other event information received by the Review...

Public meeting without the public

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council, as it normally would, passed several measures at its...

Closings, cancellations

Following is a list of closings, cancellations and other event information received by the Review...

Local, county briefings on virus scheduled

TIFFIN — Seneca County Health Commissioner Beth Schweitzer will begin on Monday hosting a regular...

Beware of coronavirus scams

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Friday warned fear and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic...

Pets safe from virus; COVID-19 not showing up in animals at this time

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Animals are often regarded as members of a family, so it would...

Closings and cancellations

Following is a list of closings, cancellations and other event information received by the Review...

RT open; doors closed

As your source for community information, our publications have been on the forefront of local...

Council to meet Friday; public asked to stay away

Fostoria City Council will meet at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Although this is a public meeting, the...

Pandemic takes toll on mental health; counseling available

By SCOTT COTTOS staff writer The coronavirus has physically affected thousands of people worldwide. Many of those people...

Closings, cancellations

Following is a list of closings, cancellations and other event information received by the Review...

Teachers sent home to work; office hours set

Fostoria City Schools has closed the doors to the junior/senior high school and teachers have...

Terra, Heidelberg postpone, cancel graduation ceremonies

Each day more and more groups, organizations, agencies and businesses are closing or changing the...

Standing guard

SCOTT COTTOS / Review Times Fostoria police officer Brooks Hall stands by as the Dollar General...

Health district offers guidelines for being tested for coronavirus

TIFFIN — While Seneca County General Health District can not test for the coronavirus at...

Senior meals will continue without disruption

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Seneca County Commission on Aging has been working to ensure its services...

Closings, cancellations

One by one Monday, meetings, programs, businesses and groups canceled plans and closed doors to...

We’re all in this together

To our Review Times valued customers, As our communities continue to feel the increased impact of...

Fostoria safety forces face coronavirus head on

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR They are on the front lines every day. Helping people in all manner...

Schools closed: ‘Spring break’ meal plan in place for kids

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Fostoria City Schools may have closed its doors Friday for the state-mandated,...

Coronavirus? First responders urge people to see their doctor first

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR If you are sick, contact you primary physician. That is the message first...

Stores overrun after governor closes schools

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR March madness swept through the Fostoria area Thursday, but it wasn’t on...

Mass schedule untouched at St. Wendelin

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR A statement from Ohio’s Catholic bishops regarding the dispensation of Mass has...

Cancellations

• The Fostoria Athletic Boosters All-Star Basketball Games scheduled for Sunday were canceled. • The Mental...

Library board to discuss how to proceed during outbreak

Kaubisch Memorial Public Library Board of Trustees will meet at 2:30 p.m. in the Fruth...

CANCELLATIONS

Village of Bettsville’s utility office is to be closed to visitors starting Monday. Seneca County Jail has canceled...

College sports: GMAC cancels spring sports

The Great Midwest Athletic Conference on Friday ruled to cancel all spring athletics and championships...

Prep sports: OHSAA declares no-contact period

The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Friday in a memo to schools that a...

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts is immediately suspending shows and activities

Marathon Center for the Performing Arts is immediately suspending shows and activities through at least...

Fostoria City Schools closing at end of day March 13

Fostoria City Schools closing ar end of day March 13 Fostoria City School's Superintendent Andrew Sprang...

Herman’s Hermits’ March 21 performance at the Ritz Theatre in Tiffin has been postponed

Herman’s Hermits’ March 21 performance at the Ritz Theatre in Tiffin has been postponed and...

Wesley United Methodist Church cancels all events

Wesley United Methodist Church has cancelled all events beginning today through March 28.

City: Stay away; Administration tries to reduce virus risk by limiting foot traffic

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER Residents who have business to handle with city government are being asked...

YMCA steps up vigilance; Changes outlined to keep members safe

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER They weren’t kidding when they said life comes at you fast. On Wednesday...

Fostoria schools prepare for ‘spring break’

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR They thought they were ahead of the game, so to speak. And being...

Out of hand

AMBER HERBERT / for the Review Times Store shelves that once held hand sanitizer and sanitizing...

Local nursing home policies change to keep residents safe

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR As the threat of the coronavirus creeps closer, Fostoria care facilities are...

Out of hand

AMBER HERBERT / for the Review Times Store shelves that once held hand sanitizer and sanitizing...

Local nursing home policies change to keep residents safe

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR As the threat of the coronavirus creeps closer, Fostoria care facilities are...

Health chief: Coronavirus coming fast, 40% of Ohioans will likely be affected

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR It’s not here yet, but it’s coming. "Dr. (Amy) Acton, the director of...

Health chief: Coronavirus coming fast, 40% of Ohioans will likely be affected

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR It’s not here yet, but it’s coming. "Dr. (Amy) Acton, the director of...

Rotary, Kiwanis relocate meetings to Edward Jones’ office

Fostoria Rotary Club and Kiwanis Club of Fostoria have been displaced from their regular meeting...

Rotary, Kiwanis relocate meetings to Edward Jones’ office

Fostoria Rotary Club and Kiwanis Club of Fostoria have been displaced from their regular meeting...

Good Shepherd polling location to be moved; state issues directive mandating change

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR A Fostoria polling location is being moved for next week’s primary election. The...

BG, Findlay, Tiffin, Terra classes go online

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Four area schools of higher learning have joined others throughout the state...

Good Shepherd polling location to be moved; state issues directive mandating change

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR A Fostoria polling location is being moved for next week’s primary election. The...

BG, Findlay, Tiffin, Terra classes go online

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Four area schools of higher learning have joined others throughout the state...
Hoening News Update

Local health department offers coronavirus guidelines

With the news that three Ohioans have tested positive for the new coronavirus, Hancock Public...

Health District moves from watchful to action

By LINDA WOODLAND MANAGING EDITOR Seneca County Health District is ready to move into action today now...

Want to avoid coronavirus? Good hygiene is ‘your main weapon’

By SARA ARTHURS for the review times Do you feel scared and helpless as you read the...