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Rick Scott

Rick Scott, 49 of Fostoria, died Saturday, March 29, 2014 at his residence in Fostoria. Services are pending with MANN-HARE-HOENING FUNERAL HOME, Fostoria; www.mann-harefh.com.

Barbara L. Geren

Barbara L. Geren, 76, of Fostoria, died Monday, March 31, 2014 at Good Shepherd Home in Fostoria. She was born August 8, 1937 to the late William and Helen (Layton) Beach. She is survived by her husband, Harold Geren, of Fostoria; her children, Peggy (Douglas) Seel, Randy Geren,...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Monday: • Complainant reported a vehicle near the entrance of a Beier Drive location that looked to be halfway into a ditch. Officer advised the vehicle was traveling fast, airbag deployed, no one was around but there was a purse inside the vehicle....

Energy option gets final reading

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council will host a public hearing this evening to gain input regarding the use of wind energy systems within the city. Up for a third reading is an ordinance that, if passed, would establish a section in the city’s codified...

Spring cleaning

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Maria Norris washes her vehicle Monday afternoon at Super Wash Car Wash on North Countyline Street. Fostoria residents took advantage of the warm, sunny day to do some spring cleaning both inside and outside of their vehicles. Today’s...

Glass Pageant signup begins

Sign-up for the 22nd annual Fostoria Glass Pageant is now open. Registration forms are available online at fostoriaohio.gov (click on SummerFest), in the mayor’s office, or in the front office at St. Wendelin and Fostoria City schools. Participants must be ages 4 to 18 and...

Mystery authors to speak at Kaubisch

The Friends of the Library is hosting an authors’ speaking event at 2 p.m. April 16 in the McClean Room at the library. This coincides with National Library Week, April 13-19. Mystery writers Judy Clemens from Pandora and Libby Fischer Hellman from Chicago will talk about...

Japan OKs easing of military-related exports

TOKYO (AP) — Japan has approved relaxing a decades-old ban on military-related exports in a bid to expand joint arms development with allies and equipment sales to Southeast Asia and elsewhere. The new guidelines endorsed Tuesday by the Cabinet are part of Prime Minister...