Arcadia School eyes tax renewal

By MAX FILBY for the review times Arcadia School is asking its community to continue supporting it through an income tax. The school district placed a 1 percent income tax renewal on the May 6 ballot. The tax has been in place since 2004, said Laurie Walles, superintendent. The...

City seeks lifeguards

The City of Fostoria is seeking applicants to work as lifeguards for the summer season at Fostoria Water Park. Applications are available at the City Building at the information kiosk on the second floor, or online at www.fostoriaohio.gov (click “Doing Business,...

Flowers add curb appeal

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Looking for a way to make your residence more appealing to passersby? Gardens are a good way to splash some color and character into a yard, according to Ilene Fruth, owner and operator of Fruth’s Sugarhouse, Greenhouse & Floral Shop in...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Wednesday: • Nicholas P. Sheridan, 30, 144 E. Jones St., was arrested for possessing criminal tools. citations Wednesday: • Officer issued a citation for a red light violation following a traffic stop at a South Main Street location. thefts Wednesday:...

Help on heroin

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER Seneca County’s growing heroin epidemic was put into perspective Wednesday evening as a local detective provided startling statistics on area drug crime. Fostoria Police Det. Gabe Wedge of the Seneca County Drug Task Force-METRICH Enforcement...

Talking about writing

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Talking about writing Libby Fischer Hellman (left), an author from Chicago, explains her experience in writing her mystery book “Havana Lost” Wednesday afternoon at the Kaubisch Memorial Public Library. “Havana Lost” is the...