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FCS hopes to return to class

By MORGAN MANNS staff writer Brisk temperatures and poor walking conditions caused Fostoria City Schools Superintendent Andrew Sprang to cancel classes for the fourth day in a row Thursday. Sprang said one of the main reasons for the continued closure was the Level 2 Snow...

Official: $79M case against city over

By BRIAN BOHNERT staff writer A lawsuit in which a Fostoria family is seeking nearly $79 million in damages from local law enforcement agencies is “effectively over” for the City of Fostoria and its employees, Law Director Tim Hoover said Thursday. The plaintiffs,...

A free reason to smile

By MORGAN MANNS staff writer Many local children will be given a reason to smile this February through a program offered by a local dentistry firm. Tri-County Dental Center LLC will “Give Kids a Smile” from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 7 at the center, 521 Summit St.,...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Thursday: • Complainant advised she was rear-ended at the intersection of West Lytle Street and midblock; advised the other vehicle took off. arrests Thursday: • Abby K. Shelton, 30, 1108 D. Carrie Lane, was arrested by probation officer on a...

Train hits vehicle stuck on tracks

By BRIAN BOHNERT and MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER No one was injured Wednesday when a vehicle stuck at a Union Street railroad crossing was hit by a passing train. According to Fostoria Police Capt. Patrick Brooks, William E. King, 45, of College Avenue, was attempting to cross the...

New-look council set to open 2014

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER A new era will be ushered in to Fostoria City Council as one new representative will be sworn in to office during tonight’s meeting. Jonathan Hay, a pastoral associate for St. Wendelin Catholic Church and Schools, will take his oath as the...