Practicing for disaster

By David Simonis RT CORRESPONDENT Grain elevators and silos are one of the defining landmarks of Fostoria and the surrounding area. They’re a symbol and reminder of the importance of agriculture in northwest Ohio. But each silo also represents a potential danger to the...

Fostoria tourism on track

AMBER HERBERT / the Review Times More than 1,000 people packed Fostoria Junior/Senior High School Saturday for the 15th annual Rail Fest hosted by the Fostoria Rail Preservation Society. More than 180 vendors set up displays in the gymnasium, the hallways and commons area to show...

Dogs take the spotlight at Kaubisch program

Community members are in for a howl of a time during the Friends of the Kaubisch Memorial Public Library’s program about man’s best friend. Dog Days of Summer, slated for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the McClean Room, will feature Fostoria K9 Officer Riky and police Officer...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Sunday: • Two juveniles were taken into custody shortly after 10 a.m. for receiving stolen property after an officer found them in possession of two televisions thought to have been stolen. One subject also had in his possession a capsule containing a white...

Clowns sighted

Fostoria police officers were searching for at least one individual wearing a clown mask Friday evening after sightings by different citizens. According to radio traffic, a caller reported seeing a subject wearing a mask and dressed as a clown in the tree lines in the 300 block...

Solving homework woes

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER As the 2016-17 academic year enters its second month, students are finding themselves in with daily take-home assignments, some they may need help with. To solve the study stresses, staff members, older students and community members have come...