What’s Mine is Mine

Can’t take it with youEverybody knowsCan’t take it with you when you go  –  Allman Brothers Band Comes a tale from the police docket of an out-of-town traveler who was stopped recently on West Main Cross Street for a traffic infraction. The driver...

House of Representatives honors Oxley

The U.S. House of Representatives gave a special order speech today in honor of former U.S. Rep. Michael Oxley’s birthday. Among those speaking on the House floor were U.S. Reps. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green; Steve Chabot, R-Cincinnati; Pat Tiberi, R-Galena; Steve Stivers,...

Lent begins

SETH WEBER / the Review Times The Rev. Chris Mileski rubs ash in the sign of a cross on the forehead of a member of St. Wendelin Catholic Church during the Ash Wednesday service. A solemn ritual, the ashes symbolize the dust from which God made humans and the ash all humans will...

NAACP chapter suffering low membership numbers

By SETH WEBER Staff Writer Rather than host events for Black History Month, the Fostoria chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is focusing on how it can raise its membership numbers. To be a full-fledged chapter, Fostoria NAACP President Joni...

It’s official: H-L hires superintendent

By Ron Craig Staff Correspondent Hopewell-Loudon’s board of education formally voted Wednesday night to approve a contract with David Alvarado as the schools’ superintendent beginning Aug.1 at an annual salary of $96,000. Alvarado is currently principal of Glenwood...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Wednesday: • Complainant reported a hit-skip on Elm Street and North Countyline Street; minor damage. • Complainant came on station to report they were struck by a vehicle on West High Street; under investigation. • Caller requested officer to...