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...

NAACP chapter suffering low membership numbers

By SETH WEBER Staff Writer Rather than host events for Black History Month, the Fostoria chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is focusing on how it can raise its membership numbers. To be a full-fledged chapter, Fostoria NAACP President Joni...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Wednesday: • Complainant reported a hit-skip on Elm Street and North Countyline Street; minor damage. • Complainant came on station to report they were struck by a vehicle on West High Street; under investigation. • Caller requested officer to...

Morning fire breaks out at Nye’s

No one was injured after a fire broke out at a vacant trailer at Nye’s Trailer Park Tuesday morning. According to a news release from Fostoria Fire Chief Ken Chapman, Fostoria Fire Division responded to a report of heavy fire coming from the unoccupied trailer at Lot 109,...

Tragic end leads to effort to save the lives of others

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER As the one-year anniversary of the untimely death of a loved one approached, one community member reached out for continued support of a cause near to her heart. Andrea Cress, sister of Tracy L. Potter who died a year ago today of a self-inflicted...