Next stop, Columbus

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Standout Kamryn Troike correctly predicted prior to the 2014-15 season that her St. Wendelin girls basketball team could advance to the Division IV state tournament. Before this season, she said she thought a return trip to state was possible. Well,...

Tomorrow, tomorrow!

DAVID SIMONIS / for the Review Times Tomorrow, tomorrow! From left: Isaac Morton, Amani Seaburn, Dashani Taylor, Joanna Rusk and Morgan Lieske sing the song “We’d Like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover” during Thursday’s dress rehearsal of the musical...

Easter egg hunt set for March 19

The city’s Annual Easter Egg Scramble is slated for March 19 at Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School. The event will be hosted indoors for the fourth year in a row to guarantee the best egg scrambling conditions. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and the scrambling starts at 11...

Mohawks back for more

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER Big-game experience doesn’t come any bigger than playing at the OHSAA state-tournament level. As rare as it is to come by, it’s something St. Wendelin and Jackson Center both have — just not in the same fashion. The Mohawks (25-3) and...

Committee curbing parking problem

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A pair of Fostoria’s most highly-trafficked streets may soon become a whole lot less crowded thanks to a few outspoken residents. Fostoria City Council’s Law and Ordinance Committee proposed an ordinance Wednesday prohibiting all...

Survey says…

By RON CRAIG Staff Correspondent Parents of Hopewell-Loudon Schools students are being asked to go online to complete a survey as part of a multi-district, multi-county effort to accentuate the positive changes in public education. During a regular monthly meeting of the...