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K-9 unit walks the Block

By Morgan Manns Staff Writer Fostoria police officer Brandon Bell and canine officer Riky were the guest speakers at the city’s Block Watch meeting Wednesday evening at Flippin’ Jimmy’s. The meeting was centered around the roles of canine officers and their...

Flood fears on the rise

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER As warmer temperatures creep into the area, they bring with them the threat of rain showers and possible flooding. According to the National Weather Service, a 90 percent chance of rain has been predicted for Thursday with possible snow and/or...

Fund set up for city fire victims

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER Pamela and Maynard Eatherton had only lived at 533 S. Main St. for less than two months when a grease fire roared through their residence Feb. 11, taking everything they had. Clothes, furniture, electronics and even toys for their two young...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Wednesday: • Complainant advised they witnessed a hit-skip near a College Avenue and North Union Street location. Officer advised subjects will try to work it out, if not, he will issue a citation. arrests Wednesday: • Tad Loren Ray Derr, 22, 111 E....

Snow thrower

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Steve Kent shovels snow in the 500 block of North Main Street Tuesday after more than 4 inches of snow, as well as rain and sleet, accumulated throughout the Fostoria area Monday night. Large snow piles are forming throughout the city as residents...

Officer honored for life-saving efforts

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER Fostoria Police Officer Cory Brian was honored Tuesday for saving the lives of two people this past year. During Tuesday night’s meeting of Fostoria City Council, Fostoria Police Capt. Patrick Brooks and Mayor Eric Keckler presented Brian with...