Becoming a master of his crafts

By SETH WEBER Staff Writer Though Fostoria resident Mike Harman is known mostly for his intricately designed wooden bowls and urns, he is also brewing a trove of numerous types of beer out of his garage. Harman started working with wood in 1999, but has been brewing for even...

Fostoria police sergeant on paid leave

One of Fostoria Police Department’s two sergeants has been on administrative leave for less than a week, but the reason remained unknown as of Thursday. Police Chief Keith Loreno on Thursday confirmed Sgt. William Campbell has been on paid leave from his duties, but he...

Students get heartfelt at Longfellow

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Students get heartfelt at Longfellow Community members enjoy lunch with their youngins at Longfellow School Thursday afternoon. Tables were covered in pink tablecloths and centerpieces with paper flowers made by students. Students also decorated...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Thursday: • Accident on North Countyline Street and Summit Street. Driver cited for failure to yield. thefts Thursday: • Caller advised their vehicle had been broken into on West Lytle Street. Officer found several cars had been attempted to be...

Lent begins

SETH WEBER / the Review Times The Rev. Chris Mileski rubs ash in the sign of a cross on the forehead of a member of St. Wendelin Catholic Church during the Ash Wednesday service. A solemn ritual, the ashes symbolize the dust from which God made humans and the ash all humans will...

It’s official: H-L hires superintendent

By Ron Craig Staff Correspondent Hopewell-Loudon’s board of education formally voted Wednesday night to approve a contract with David Alvarado as the schools’ superintendent beginning Aug.1 at an annual salary of $96,000. Alvarado is currently principal of Glenwood...