I-75 project gets $67M windfall

About $67 million in additional funding will help pay for the widening of Interstate 75 in Hancock and Wood counties. The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission on Monday approved re-allocating funds from an under-budget Cleveland bridge project to I-75 reconstruction,...

Fostoria faces chief concerns

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Filling one chief’s position in the city could mean vacating another. Fostoria Fire Chief Keith Loreno, interim police chief Capt. Patrick Brooks and Seneca County Sheriff’s Office Detective Sgt. Donald Joseph of Tiffin have made it...

Council eyes downsizing

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER A number of city officials have proposed a governmental downsize that would likely see voter input this November. Several members of Fostoria City Council are seeking the removal of one at-large position, reducing council’s roster size from...

Area veterans to be honored

The 15th annual induction ceremony for the Ohio Military Hall of Fame for Valor will be conducted on May 2 in the atrium of the Ohio Statehouse, commencing at 11:30 a.m. Those from the Fostoria area include Private Mertin H. Johnson of Wayne, who will receive a Distinguished...

Public Record

Fostoria miscellaneous Monday: • Wood County Sheriff’s Office advised there is a semi blocking the roadway at West Jones Road and North Countyline Street. Semi ran out of fuel. • School reported a reddish truck passing a school bus while it was unloading children at Palmer...

Polishing up

DAVID SIMONIS / for the Review Times A group of Hopewell-Loudon students and parents clean the windows of an entrance to the school’s old gymnasium. Hopewell-Loudon hosted its Chieftain Pride day Saturday for the purpose of cleaning the 1988 Chieftain Gym located across...