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H.O.P.E. introduces itself

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A local grassroots organization aimed at educating Fostoria on the deadly opioid epidemic introduced itself to community leaders Wednesday morning. H.O.P.E. in Fostoria (Heroin. Opioid. Prevention. Education.) hosted a kick-off event Wednesday...
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Safety forces, candidates give final statements

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The city of Fostoria was recently named the 19th safest city in the state. However, that safety is in jeopardy, according to officials, and lies in the hands of Fostoria’s voters. During a two-hour voters forum Wednesday evening, representatives...
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Public Record

Fostoria citations Tuesday: • Officer issued a citation for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on South Countyline Street. thefts Wednesday: • A construction company advised a dismissed employee stole items out of a company vehicle and was last seen on West Vine...
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Digging in

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Landon Hohman, 5, pulls pumpkin pulp and seeds out of a pumpkin Tuesday morning at St. Wendelin Catholic School. Students in Linda Shetzer’s kindergarten class celebrated Halloween with a pumpkin activity. First, they observed the pumpkin,...
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Where there’s smoke…

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Many people have done it. Maybe by cooking microwave popcorn too long or burning a bagel in the toaster. Some people would agree the sounds to be screeching and annoying. But having smoke detectors in the home could mean the difference between life...
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Man buried twice won’t be reburied

By J. STEVEN DILLON FOR THE REVIEW TIMES A Hancock County judge has ordered the remains of William R. Eisaman Jr. to stay in Bechtel Cemetery, near Van Buren, and not be returned to Arcadia Cemetery, where he was originally buried after the Findlay man died last December. Judge...