Toy drive off to a slow start

“A Christmas for Every Child,” the annual drive to provide toys for Fostoria’s children is off to a slow start. But organizer Amber Herbert said she is confident donations will pick up this week. “Fostoria is such a giving community,” Herbert said....

Groups offering more than a meal for Thanksgiving

By ABBEY NICKEL FOR THE REVIEW TIMES The Thanksgiving holiday is usually associated with family and fellowship, but it can be a lonely day for those who may not have anywhere to go, and cooking a big meal can be a tall and sometimes stressful order for some families....

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Saturday: • Fostoria Fire Division responded to an accident at 6:20 a.m. on 500 block of Van Buren Street. Officer issued citation for failure to maintain control. Vehicle transported to Moes’ Body Shop. • Caller reported an accident in the...

Townhouses receive $28 million for major overhaul

By CHASE WILL STAFF WRITER Affordable housing is about to become brighter as all 40 units at a Fostoria housing complex will soon undergo renovations. Future residents of Fostoria Townhouses will experience a wide array of new luxuries thanks to a $28 million grant approved by...

FPD sets sights on holiday cheer

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Police Department is protecting and serving and spreading some holiday cheer this Christmas. In its third year, Christmas with a Cop aims to provide 12 local underprivileged families with gifts and a meal this holiday season. Money is raised...

Preparing for life

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Local students are preparing for their futures one contest at a time. Nearly 64,000 FFA members from throughout America attended the annual National FFA Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, of which 25 were from the Elmwood chapter....