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FHS gets cookin’

By MORGAN MANNSSTAFF WRITER Chilly temperatures call for chili cook-offs.Friday night’s brisk cold was instantly heated by spicy homemade chilis, warm bodies and good fun during the Redmen Pride Chili Cook Off at the Fostoria Junior/Senior High School.Hosted by parents of...

Mobile home catches fire at Nye’s

MIKE SPENCER / for the Review TimesMobile home catches fire at Nye’sFostoria Fire Division personnel respond to a report of a structure fire at Nye’s Trailer Park shortly after 7 p.m. Friday. Upon arrival to the residence, which was unoccupied at the time of the...

14,600 blighted spaces demolished in Ohio under state program

COLUMBUS (AP) — More than 14,600 blighted properties around Ohio — including 365 in Hancock and surrounding counties — have been demolished in the past two years under a program aimed at benefiting areas affected by foreclosures, the state’s attorney...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Friday: • Shaw Tyler Neil Wright, 19, 5560 Bradner Rd., and a juvenile, were arrested for failure to comply with the order of a police officer after fleeing a traffic stop on South Countyline and West South streets. citations Friday: • Officer issued...

Just for the fun of art

By LINDA WOODLANDMANAGING EDITOR Release your inner artist while brushing up on your creativity at “Paint the Town Nite.”The March 26 event, put on by Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce, is one of the fastest-growing party events in North America, according to...

Staying warm, staying safe

By TOM PERNECKERSTAFF WRITER People are resourceful when they are cold.Some use clothes dryers, and even open ovens to circulate warm air; but, these methods are not a safe means to stay warm, warned Fostoria Fire Chief Ken Chapman.In fact, many common ways of keeping warm pose a...