Fostoria pays tribute to its officers

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER City officials ask that community members remember past and present officers that serve Fostoria, and all other communities, in honor of National Police Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day...

Vanlue gets ‘Happy’

By MAX FILBY for the review times As state testing started at Vanlue Local School last week, seven students tried to take test stress and turn it into happiness. A high school photography class at Vanlue put together a video with teachers, students and the school mascot, a...

Public Record

Fostoria citations Friday: • Officer issued a citation for fictitious plates following a traffic stop at a Sandusky Street location. • Officer issued a parking citation for a vehicle parked in the boulevard at a North Main Street location. Thursday: • Officer...

New business is making ‘Connexions’

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER When Joe Johnson recalls his experiences as a defensive powerhouse for both the Fostoria Redmen and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, he fondly remembers the solidarity he felt with his brothers in uniform. The colors, whether red and black or blue and...

Eating for the ages

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER At the age of 40, an individual’s need to intake calories begins to decrease, decreasing by five percent every decade, according to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital dietitian Carolyn Tienarend. “As we age, our calorie requirements...

Police probe bullet shells found at SW

Law enforcement officers were unable to locate any suspicious items following a report of bullet shells found at St. Wendelin Catholic School Thursday. According to Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno, the janitorial staff at the private school located a couple 22-caliber...