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NOX planning multimillion expansion

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER NOX US will hire an additional 50 workers within the next year as part of a multimillion-dollar commitment to its Fostoria plant. On Thursday, representatives of the South Korean vinyl tile maker announced plans to invest tens of millions of...
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Plans for next year’s budget underway

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council will vote on a temporary draft of the 2018 budget as early as mid-January, officials announced Tuesday. The administration is working with representatives of the State Auditor’s Office to formulate a temporary...
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Contract for school resource officers OK’d

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement to keep two police officers inside the walls of Fostoria City Schools. Council OK’d a contract between the city of Fostoria and the Fostoria City Schools Board of Education relating...
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2017 Turkey Trot raises $2K

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Heather Bond hoped to raise $1,500 for local food banks this year through her annual 5K fundraiser on Thanksgiving Day. Thanks to the generosity of more than 100 people, she raised nearly $2,000. “This has definitely been the most...
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Deal to ditch property in place long before sale sign went up

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER The company promising Fostoria its first Tim Hortons contacted a real estate agent several weeks ago about listing the property for sale. Westerville-based property owner Rensko Holdings LLC has hired Zelnik Realty Limited to sell 918 N....
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Uncertainty surrounds Fostoria’s Tim Hortons

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A real estate sign placed at the construction site of Fostoria’s Tim Hortons surprised many Wednesday, leading officials to question the eatery’s future in town. Zelnik Realty Group, of Columbus, placed a for-sale sign outside the...
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Football rivalry raises money for unsuspecting motorists

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria Cash Mob may have disbanded, but local humanitarian Greg Flores wants to keep one of his nonprofit’s holiday traditions alive this year. Both Flores and Sgt. Clayton Moore of Fostoria Police Division are once again teaming up to...
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Keckler says he’ll be more transparent going forward

Due to an early deadline on Tuesday, a very brief version of the following information ran in Wednesday’s edition of The Review Times. Below is the complete story. By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Mayor Eric Keckler on Tuesday addressed his decision to fire the...
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Keckler explains administrative firings to council

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Mayor Eric Keckler on Tuesday addressed his decision to fire the city’s engineer and zoning inspector last week, calling the moves part of a larger plan. City Engineer Dan Thornton and Zoning Inspector Sandy Coleman were removed from their...
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Mayor: Reorganization plan had been in works for weeks prior to firings

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A reorganization plan that led to the firing of two city employees Monday had been in the works for weeks, Mayor Eric Keckler said Friday. City Engineer Dan Thornton and Zoning Inspector Sandy Coleman were fired Monday morning when they showed...