Fostoria hub of global aid

BY TOM PERNECKER STAFF WRITER A regional nonprofit organization began reaching out to the needy around the globe from its recently acquired Fostoria warehouse. “We’re like medical gleaners,” Robert Vincent, Medical Equipment and Supplies Abroad chairman, said....

CSX closes crossing at Culbertson, North streets

CSX will temporarily close a city railroad crossing at 7 a.m. today. The closure at Culbertson and North streets is expected to last several days due to “emergency maintenance for track leveling,” according to a news release from Safety Service Director Allyson Murray.

Commissioners signs pact for county-wide aerial photos

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Seneca County Commissioners approved a contract with a Rochester, N.Y.-based company for digital aerial photography of the county for the county auditor’s office, which will fund the expense. Pictometry International Corp....

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Tuesday: • Caller reported an accident in the 800 block of Buckley Street at 9:01 a.m. No injuries reported; one backing with due regard citation was issued. Monday: • Caller reported someone hit her vehicle in the 600 block of James Marie Court at...

Marathon to buy Denver oil company

By LOU WILIN FOR THE REVIEW TIMES MPLX, Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s pipeline and logistics subsidiary, announced Monday it will buy MarkWest Energy Partners, a natural gas and crude oil logistics company based in Denver, for $14.69 billion. The “brilliant” move...

Mose Lamfrom helped Fostoria men dress better, feel better

By Leonard Skonecki Fostoria Area Histoical Society “Dress Better And You’ll Feel Better.” Thanks to Mose Lamfrom that was the sartorial watchword for well-dressed Fostoria men for 65 years. Mose Lamfrom came to Fostoria in 1921 and opened his men’s...