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Thank you for the music

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER When Alt’s Music Store closed its doors in late May, more than 50 students were left homeless for their private lessons. Approximately one month later, a trio of Alt’s music teachers have come together in an effort to continue providing...
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Carrying on a summertime tradition

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Fostoria Police Officer Evan Ely (left) purchases two cups of ice-cold lemonade from siblings Sophia Schmidt, 6, Maleena Schmidt, 11, and Noah Schmidt, 13, Friday afternoon outside 234 W. Tiffin St. The youngsters opened the lemonade stand at...
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BOE to discuss personnel, lease

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER Several contractual and personnel issues and a lease agreement are to be mulled by Lakota Local Schools Board of Education members when they meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the staff dining room on the school campus. The agenda for the meeting shows the board...
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Public Record

Fostoria citations Friday: • Officer issued a citation for suspended license and tinted windows following a traffic stop at West Jackson and North Union streets. • Officer issued a citation for possession of marijuana following a traffic stop at the intersection of West Tiffin...
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Coffee, donuts and car parts coming to Countyline

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Tim Hortons is coming to Fostoria. Fostoria Planning Commission on Thursday approved the rezoning of five properties on North Countyline Street, which will become the new home of popular coffee and donut chain Tim Hortons. The...
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Kmart marks 40 years in Fostoria

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER In the midst of economic difficulties, many corporate companies have uprooted their businesses from smaller towns. Over the years, Fostoria has experienced the loss of businesses such as Atlas Crankshaft, Inter Metro Industries, Fostoria Industries,...