With help comes hope

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Depression has many side effects, some of which can be fatal. But there is help. And with help comes hope. Firelands Counseling and Recovery is one outlet, helping individuals cope with the devastating feelings of hopelessness and despair, and come...

Princeton project probes plasma power

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER An area high school graduate has reached for the sky, but instead of landing on the moon, he’s aiming for the sun. Clayton Myers, who graduated from St. Wendelin in 2003, recently graduated from Princeton University after completing his...

Go red for heart health

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Hearts were the stars of the show Friday afternoon during Fostoria’s Red Dress Luncheon at St. Wendelin Parish. With the theme “Roll Out the Red Carpet for Heart Health,” the 11th anniversary of the American Heart Association’s...

F-Tower could be derailed

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A piece of Fostoria’s rail history may soon be closed. CSX Transportation is conducting a feasibility study to determine the impacts of streamlining operations and whether closing the F-Tower within city limits would be efficient. Streamlining...

Got slush?

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER No matter which side of the street you’re on, you’re sure to find one thing: Snow. Since the weekend generously offered the area plenty of materials to build a snowman, make a snow fort or have a snowball fight, the white, fluffy...

City savoring salt supply

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The streets of Fostoria were seasoned with salt after this weekend’s storm brought with it bucket loads of snow. The city began the winter season with an order of 1,000 tons of salt, 550 of which has been delivered. Over the weekend, street...

Super snow bowls over area

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Mother Nature may have been making up for the lack of snow present this winter after Fostoria was pummeled with several inches of the white, fluffy precipitation over the weekend. The National Weather Service estimated an accumulation of approximately...

A not ‘snow’ very nice weekend

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER After a relatively quiet winter, Mother Nature may be planning to drop the heaviest snowfall of the season on northwest Ohio this weekend. Snowfall totals of 8-10 inches are expected to fall throughout the area this weekend, with up to a foot or more...