Fostoria Police hosting community forum

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Police Chief Keith Loreno often finds himself disheartened by the attitudes some parents convey to their children about police officers in the community. “You’ll have a mother or father with their child and they’ll see a...

School supplies still in demand

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The academic year has started for most area schools within the last couple of weeks. While Fostoria City and St. Wendelin Catholic schools students are roaming the halls and filling the classrooms, many may be missing a few vital supplies they need to...

Work finalized on Rock Street

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER While the book remains open on construction work to replace natural gas lines in the northern portion of Fostoria, the chapter on work on Rock Street, east of North Union Street, is now closed. The two remaining areas of missing sidewalk, on the...

Piece of cake

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Chrissy Larick (right), administrative secretary with the Seneca County Commission on Aging, cuts a celebratory cake with Administrative Assistant Karen King-Hipsher Friday morning during the open house for the new senior center located at 601...

Safe Neighborhoods Initiative

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno speaks to a small crowd Friday morning about the process of prosecuting individuals arrested for committing acts of gun violence during a meeting of the “Safe Neighborhoods Initiative” in the...

Former deputy facing misdemeanor charge

A former Wood County deputy sheriff remained in custody at the Wood County Justice Center Friday night, facing a misdemeanor charge of possession of stolen property. Mark A. Perkey, 57, of Fostoria, is being held without bond on the charge, which was filed in Fostoria-Tiffin...