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Report card not all doom, gloom

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The news of Fostoria City Schools’ grades on the district report card created dialogue throughout the community, including criticism, backlash and support. Superintendent Andrew Sprang addressed some of those comments and concerns during Monday...
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K9 Marley gets honor coat of armor

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Many would agree it is the mission of all police officers, including their four-legged partners, to protect and serve the community. One area community member has stepped up to return the favor. Through an anonymous donation, Fostoria Police...
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United Way surpasses goal, garners $186,525 in donations

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria showed its strength and sense of community Friday as the United Way announced it surpassed its goal, garnering $186,525 for its 13 partnering agencies through the donations of businesses and citizens. During the 2015 Campaign Awards Luncheon...
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Fostoria City Schools among worst in region

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The grades are in. The 2014-2015 report cards for Ohio school districts came out Thursday and Fostoria City Schools ranked at the bottom of the stats. However, officials believe a book shouldn’t be judged by its cover. Fostoria City Schools took...
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FFD keeping citizens safe

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Review Times is publishing its annual Community Update in Friday’s newspaper. The 16-page special section includes stories and photos of the progress the city, schools, industries and businesses have made in the past year. The story below is a...
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BOE: We are ready

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Schools crossed another hurdle in advancing the district building project forward during Tuesday night’s board of education meeting. The board approved a resolution authorizing the school district board to participate in the Ohio...
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Tragic end leads to effort to save the lives of others

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER As the one-year anniversary of the untimely death of a loved one approached, one community member reached out for continued support of a cause near to her heart. Andrea Cress, sister of Tracy L. Potter who died a year ago today of a self-inflicted...
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Schools unite to keep #lraystrong

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The Seneca County community has come together to support an area student fighting a tough battle. A benefit was hosted Monday night during the Hopewell-Loudon girls’ varsity basketball game against Tiffin Calvert at Calvert in honor of...
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‘Rockin’ the Red’ for women’s health

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Area women were rockin’ the red Friday afternoon during Fostoria’s Red Dress Luncheon at St. Wendelin Parish. Suitably named “Rockin’ the Red for Heart Health,” the event brought 184 women from the tri-county and...
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Band raffles tickets to fund Chicago trip

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER After a successful trip to Memphis, Tennessee, the Redmen Pride Marching Band is looking to show off its talents in another big city: Chicago. The Redmen Music Club is selling tickets to community members for a chance to win a new Polaris Sportsman...