Browns’ Gordon reportedly fails third drug test

BEREA (AP) — A day of celebration dissolved into confusion for the Browns. Hours after quarterback Johnny Manziel’s arrival had Cleveland’s football pulse racing faster than it had in years, a report that star wide receiver Josh Gordon may be facing an...

Elmwood graduate George breaks records at Owens

PERRYSBURG TWP. — Elmwood High School graduate Brittany George finished her freshman campaign with the Owens Community College softball team as the program’s single-season record holder in two offensive categories. George went 56 for 102 (.549) in 2014 to break the...

VB girls, Elmwood boys second in John Ramsey Royal Invitational

BLOOMDALE — Lauren Wise, Abby Shroll, Kylie Sturgill and Bri Lasley combined to win both the 400 and 800 relays Friday and lead Van Buren to second place in the team standings of the John Ramsey Royal Invitational at Elmwood. Wauseon won the girls team championship wit...

Public Record

Fostoria citations Friday: • Officer issued a citation for fictitious plates following a traffic stop at a Sandusky Street location. • Officer issued a parking citation for a vehicle parked in the boulevard at a North Main Street location. Thursday: • Officer...

Vanlue gets ‘Happy’

By MAX FILBY for the review times As state testing started at Vanlue Local School last week, seven students tried to take test stress and turn it into happiness. A high school photography class at Vanlue put together a video with teachers, students and the school mascot, a...

Coming together to help students

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER From bullying, to alcohol, to drugs, to problems at home — there are many reasons why students aren’t excelling in school. Fostoria City School’s staff and local organizations that affect youth have come together as a group, called...

Fun at the carnival

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times From left: Riley Moyer, 5 and Bailey Lance, 7, play on a large inflatable slide during the Fostoria City School’s Carnival at Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School Friday evening. Students from Fostoria school district were able to...

Fostoria pays tribute to its officers

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER City officials ask that community members remember past and present officers that serve Fostoria, and all other communities, in honor of National Police Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day...

Capt. Digby named interim fire chief

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Fire Capt. Warren Digby has been selected as the division’s interim fire chief, according to city officials. Mayor Eric Keckler said Digby, who has been with the division for 19 years, will be in charge of all operations at the fire...