Gov. DeWine: COVID-19 spreading at Seneca County flea markets, weddings, long-term care facility
Metallica performing one night only concert to be aired at Tiffin Drive-in Theater
Franciscan Earth Literacy Center offering different gala experience this year
Bear’s Den expanding business with new patio space, outdoor bar
Fostoria man arrested for trying to solicit sex from undercover cop posing as 12-year-old girl
Commissioners to discuss joint countywide comprehensive plan, program to reduce energy costs
Seneca County now ranks among top 10 counties with highest COVID-19 community spread
Seneca County Board of Elections in need of poll workers for November election
ODOT: Section of US 224 in Seneca County to be closed
Seneca County reports fourth COVID-19 death
Former Ohio GOP Gov. John Kasich offered speaking spot at Democratic convention
Ohio school asks state supreme court to speed up decision on armed teachers policy
Householder remains on the 2020 ballot past key deadline
Should anyone be surprised by Householder’s downfall?
Two Carey residents transported to hospital with injuries following crash in Findlay
Terra State to offer scholarships for short-term certificate programs
Ohio reports 1,095 new cases of coronavirus, 35 additional deaths
Wrong-way driver causes multiple crashes on I-75 in Wood County
Three-way race shaping up for 26th district Ohio Senate seat with entry of write-in candidate
Panel of retired judges to consider suspension of Toledo City Council members charged in federal probe
Report: Big Ten votes to cancel football season; no Ohio State games in 2020
Trump moves to extend unemployment benefits, suspend payroll taxes after talks break down
Top Homeland Security official vows federal agents ‘will not back away’ from violent protests
Trump isn’t serious about delaying the election. He’s deadly serious about destroying its legitimacy.
Survey shows teacher concerns as school districts struggle with pandemic
Ohio reports 883 new coronavirus cases for a total of 101,731
Seneca County GOP chairman tests positive for COVID-19
Spector: Experts agree schools shouldn’t reopen until it’s safe. Elected leaders must act accordingly.
Moore: Mask mandates save lives but are a political thornbush
Unaccountable dark money has corrupted Ohio politics. It’s time to require disclosure.
TIFFIN, OH — On Monday, April 2, 2018, Mayor Aaron D. Montz declared the month of April officially as “Autism Awareness Month.” “Tonight, I proudly declared...