Fostoria parish relocating tabernacle

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The tabernacle has been the centerpiece of Christian architecture since the 4th century, serving as a holding space for unused Eucharist. St. Wendelin Parish is in the process of relocating its tabernacle from a private room to the sanctuary in an...

One injured in motorcycle crash on County Road 23

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Officials with the Washington Township Fire Department tend to the victim of a single-vehicle motorcycle crash Thursday afternoon on County Road 23 between Township Road 216 and Township Road 217, near Lakeland Golf Course. Dispatch received the...

FJSHS ‘Financial Fair’ prepares teens for adult life

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times North Baltimore-based tax preparer Mark Rayle (left) explains the purpose of several common tax forms Thursday morning during a “financial fair” in the Fostoria Junior/Senior High School library. Rayle, who owns and operates...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Thursday: • Jeffery Curtis Arnold, 31, last listed address 483 Monroe St., was arrested on a local warrant following a report of a subject accusing people of stealing his wallet at a Perry Street business. citations Wednesday: • Officer issued a citation for...

32nd annual toy run roars through Fostoria

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Hundreds of motorcycles will tear up nearly 100 miles of road for a good cause this Saturday as ABATE of Ohio hosts its 32nd annual Toy Run. Sign-up will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at Reineke Ford Lincoln, 12000 County Road 99 in Findlay, where...

Woman found guilty of stealing from Fostoria senior citizen

A Pennsylvania woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a senior citizen in Fostoria earlier this year was found guilty on a trio of felony charges Wednesday. Patricia Stuward, 40, was found guilty by a jury in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Wednesday of theft from...