Sharing Kitchen to heat up Friday

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The sub-zero temperatures that plagued much of the area this week shut down restaurants, grocery stores, schools and even city buildings. But the mountains of snow and dangerously frigid wind chills also forced the closure of one of Fostoria’s...

Too cold for a fridge?

By MORGAN MANNS staff writer Sub-zero temperatures have created problems for not only your health, your car, and your traveling capabilities, but for your household appliances as well. According to Ralph Smothers, President at Ralph’s Joy of Living, 33 N. Washington St.,...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Wednesday: • April Leann Stark was arrested on a warrant. No further information was available. • Dean A. Harmon, 49, 434 Stadium Dr., was arrested on a warrant. citations Wednesday: • Officer issued a citation for a red light violation...

Shivering deliveries

By MORGAN MANNS staff writer Employees of the Review Times and the U.S. Post Office in Fostoria journeyed through this week’s brisk temperatures, strong winds and heaps of snow to ensure area residents received the news and their mail. Dave Gase, postmaster at the U.S. Post...

Stuck car hit by train, rail crossings closed

A vehicle was hit by a train at the South Union Street tracks shortly after midnight after it became stuck in the snow, Fostoria Police Capt. Patrick Brooks reports. Although no one was injured in the crash, railroad crossings at South Union and Poplar streets were closed to...

Another weather victim: your car

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER With wind chills hitting their lowest marks in 20 years, many throughout northwest Ohio are focused on keeping themselves and their loved ones warm until temperatures return to safer levels. The snow, high winds and wind chill values near -40 degrees...