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Crumbling kilns part of Fostoria’s past

By BILL KING Fostoria Ohio Glass Association In the early months of 1887 plans were underway to establish a glass factory in Fostoria by a group of West Virginia investors. Their decision to build the Fostoria Glass Company plant in Fostoria was made public in July and building...
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Live wire, dead pole

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Traffic is backed up on West Lytle Street as Fostoria police Officer Gabe Wedge kicks debris off the roadway after a vehicle struck a pole near Midblock shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday. According to witnesses, the vehicle struck a road sign before...
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‘Topping off’ ceremony set at Joint Justice Center

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER A U.S. flag flown high above the nation’s Capitol Building in Washington may soon stand guard over the Joint Justice Center in Tiffin. But whether to fly that one over the JJC construction site or a flag donated by a local veteran dominated much of...
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Fostoria man indicted on several drug charges

A Seneca County grand jury recently indicted a Fostoria man on several drug charges. Matthew A. Bernal, 25, 820 Buckley St., has been charged with two counts of trafficking cocaine, one third-degree felony and one fourth-degree felony; two counts of complicity to trafficking...
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If the uniform fits…

PHOTOS by MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Fostoria Police Officer Adam Nelson helps Regyn Robinson, 5, into his vest Monday morning at Longfellow School. The school hosted a Future Leader Day, inviting various area businesses and groups to share with students what they do and...
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Bond set for man accused of savagely beating his girlfriend

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Bond was set at $200,000 for the Fostoria man accused of savagely beating his girlfriend inside his North Union Street home last month. Travis L. Dauterman, 27, 1635 N. Union St., was charged with felonious assault, a second-degree felony; two...