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Fostoria accidents Friday: • Caller reported a traffic crash in the 600 block of North Countyline Street at 10:27 a.m. • Complainant reported he struck a sign near West Ridge Drive and Van Buren Street at 10:02 a.m. miscellaneous Friday: • Officials requested an...

Calling poison control

By SARA ARTHURS for the review times If you are or have been a parent of a little one, you’ve doubtless read the advice to “call poison control” if a child ingests something questionable. But what does that mean? What happens if you call? Poison control experts...
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Don’t eat the pods

By SARA ARTHURS for the review times Laundry pods aren’t made of soap. They are toxic chemicals — and if you eat them, you could die, doctors report. Teenagers have been eating them to gain attention on the internet, and Ohio doctors are trying to get the word out...
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Event addresses OD epidemic

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The first local event in a series promoting prevention and education in the drug overdose epidemic is scheduled to take place this week. Hosted by H.O.P.E. (Heroin/Opioid Prevention and Education), It All Starts with One Pill is set for 6 p.m....
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Fostoria accidents Friday: • A female caller reported her vehicle was struck at 12:46 p.m. while in the drive-thru lane at a North Countline Street restaurant. Thursday: • Driver struck a deer in the 900 block of Springville Avenue at 7:02 p.m. arrests Friday: •...
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Saddle up for some fun

The Greater Fostoria Community Foundation, Inc. is offering table sponsorships for its “Country Mardi Gras Returns! fundraiser. The event is from 6-11 p.m. Feb. 23 at Stacy’s Place, 625 Plaza Drive. The GFCF Mardi Gras has become the “must-attend” party of...
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Fostoria pupils go back to school

Fostoria Junior/Senior High School students came back to school this week after a small fire temporarily closed the building. Officials are asking parents and students to keep in mind the flow of traffic in the next several weeks to ensure as easy and efficient of a transition...
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Fond farewell

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Eric Stinehelfer, former Geary Family YMCA executive director, accepts a farewell gift from a community member during his farewell luncheon Friday afternoon. Stinehelfer accepted a job offer as a director of a YMCA in Tampa, Florida, and said...
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Fostoria woman charged with assaulting officer

By EILEEN MCCLORY For the Review Times A man accused of robbing the First American Loans office in Findlay was indicted this week by a Hancock County grand jury. Rodger L. Rader, 34, address unknown, was indicted on a charge of theft, a fifth-degree felony. Police said Rader...
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Lawton new FLC leader

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The Fostoria Learning Center has a new leader at the helm. Tracey Lawton, of Findlay, was appointed the center’s new director and began her duties Jan. 2. “The (Fostoria Learning Center) Board of Trustees are excited to have Tracey leading...