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Food drive for Fostoria families

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Dante McClellan (left), 6, and Jace St. Clair, 7, place non-perishable food items in a box in Angela Kieffer’s first-grade classroom Monday afternoon. Riley Elementary and Longfellow schools are hosting a food drive to provide needy families...

Who will be the next Snow Queen?

Voting is now open for the Fostoria Snow Queen Contest. There were five nominees submitted to the mayor’s office. The contenders for this year’s Snow Queen honors are: Leah Hipsher, Deb Huber, Carol Kinn, Teresa Lee and Joni Pinskey. Hipsher participates in the...

Fostoria BOE celebrates its little leaders

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria’s little leaders were recognized Monday evening during a board of education meeting. Six Riley Elementary School students were recognized for their leadership characteristics in art, music and physical education. The district...

Job resume help offered Wednesday

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Ohio’s unemployment rate has been steadily decreasing the past few months, dropping from 5.2 percent in April to 4.5 percent in September. In an effort to keep that number on a downward trend, OhioMeansJobs and Kaubisch Memorial Public Library...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Sunday: • Cody D. Scott, 21, 230 E. North St., was arrested on a charge of domestic violence following an incident at a Woodward Avenue location. citations Monday: • Officer issued a citation following a report of a vehicle striking a power pole at a...
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Highway cleanup

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Fostoria Junior/Senior High School student Madison Gillig (left) picks up an empty Polar Pop from the side of Ohio 199 to throw in a trash bag held by Fostoria Kiwanis Club member Pam Berrier Saturday morning. Fostoria Kiwanis Club members, and...