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Another business robbed at gunpoint

Another Fostoria establishment was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday evening. At 8:59 p.m. a caller reported a robbery at Fostoria Pantry, 255 W. South St. The robber entered through the front door of the establishment, this time, according to police. Fostoria Police Chief Keith...

City tax credit plan panned

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Despite outrage on social media, Mayor Eric Keckler said he has only been contacted by two citizens regarding a plan to eliminate a tax credit for a portion of Fostoria’s workforce. Currently, anyone who lives in Fostoria but pays income...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Saturday: • Caller reported an accident at West Lytle Street and Midblock at 8:07 p.m. No injuries were reported; an assured clear distance ahead citation was issued. arrests Saturday: • Durwin D. Perkins, 44, 224 S. Poplar St., was arrested on a...
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‘Called to Serve’

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The fourth installment of a film series documenting Fostoria’s history delves into the hearts of the men and women who have served the country. The Fostoria Area Historical Society, in partnership with local filmmaker Capture1 Studios, has...

H-L student arrested after violent threats

Officials with Hopewell-Loudon Local Schools are ensuring the safety of their student population after one student was arrested Friday for allegedly issuing violent threats toward several of his peers. According to Deputy Christopher Weimerskirch of the Seneca County...
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Police play host to Thanksgiving feast

TOM PERNECKER / the Review Times Police play host to Thanksgiving feast Fostoria Police School Resource Officer Adam Nelson asks Meleah Decker, 5, if she would like more applesauce to accompany her Thanksgiving Feast in Longfellow Kindergarten Teacher Terica Vaughn’s...