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Staying fit among top resolutions

By SETH WEBER STAFF WRITER As the new year approaches, many are making New Year’s resolutions to save money, read more and most often, exercise. But as the Geary Family YMCA shows, few keep this promise. According to a Nielsen survey done at the beginning of 2015, about 32...

No paper Friday

The Review Times will be closed New Year’s Day and no paper will be published Friday. The Review Times’ offices, located at 113 E. Center St., will close at 2 p.m. today and reopen for regular business at 8 a.m. Monday.

2015: A look back

Before heading into a new year at the end of today, the Review Times is taking a quick look back on some of the news that made headlines in 2015. January Jan. 2: A massive fire erupts at an abandoned home in the 500 block of West Tiffin Street, causing an estimated $150,000 in...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Tuesday: • Neajha Kimble-Ross and Ashley Rumschlag were arrested on local warrants during a traffic stop on West Culbertson and North Countyline streets. vandalism Wednesday: • Complainant came to the station to report people driving through his...

City gives tree disposal options

Those who are getting tired of stepping on Christmas tree needles can now turn them in to the city to be recycled. Trees can be taken to either the Fostoria street department’s garage at 1235 Perrysburg Road through Jan. 16 or the city’s compost area at Foundation...
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Time for resolutions

NEW YORK (AP) — Sure, sure, sure. You’re gonna quit smoking, lose weight, get organized and work for world peace in 2016. And we’re pulling for you. We really are. You can do it! New Year’s resolutions come as big strokes and small victories, along with a...