FPD takes next step in curtailing crime

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER It is well-known that the mission of every law enforcement agency is to protect and to serve the American public. Fostoria’s police department has joined forces with the state attorney general’s office to take part in a statewide...

Coaching changes cause clash

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Several community members attended the Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education Wednesday to express their concerns involving the district’s athletic program. In a room full of approximately 100 people, eight individuals spoke out during the public...

STEMM-ing into the future

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Some would agree the years spent in high school are geared towards laying down paths for students to higher education and future careers. In an effort to assure students are branching out to experience new things and carving goals for their futures,...

City hooks grant for fishery updates

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER After fishing online for funding, city officials announced Fostoria reeled in a grant to make improvements to a local fishery. Fostoria Economic Development Corporation President Renee Smith applied for the $118,095 grant through the Ohio Department...

The key to public safety

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Fire Division has implemented a program to ensure they’re not locked out of a residence when a civilian needs medical assistance. The Locked Out Program will allow safety personnel to have easy access to a residence when responding to...

‘Give Kids a Smile’

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Many area children will be showing off their sparkling whites this February after receiving cleanings offered by a local dentistry. Drs. Thomas Guernsey and Steven Geroski will “Give Kids a Smile” from 7:10 a.m. until close Feb. 6 at...

BOE honors Redmen Pride

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Schools Board of Education honored the Redmen Pride Marching Band on its recent successes during the monthly meeting Monday evening. The band traveled to the 2014 AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tennessee, participating in...

FHS grads start fund for grads

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER During their four years of high school, Fostoria students became familiar with the phrase, “Devotion to Fostoria High, across the space of time.” Upwards of 40 years later, three Fostoria High School graduates are continuing their devotion...

Too cool for school

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Recent weather patterns have made it too cool for school. This week, the delays and closings began Wednesday when wind chills were expected to reach -15 degrees Fahrenheit and continued into Friday, with most area schools closing due to the snow...

Reineke sworn in to House of Representatives

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Most area residents would agree Seneca County isn’t just a place to live; it’s a home. And like every home, the county wants someone strong to help and represent it. Portions of Seneca County, as well as all of Sandusky County, may have...