Reading about Rudolph

TOM PERNECKER / the Review Times Riley Elementary School First Grade Teacher Robin Schumaker reads a story about the most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph, at Tuesday’s Polar Express Title I night at Riley Elementary School. Students and chaperons rotated between three...

City banking on new law to help ease blight

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER In the continued effort to eliminate blight within the city, officials recently approved an ordinance giving banks more “incentive” to get foreclosed homes back on the market. Fostoria City Council voted last week to adopt new...

Christmas with a Cop kicks off

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Police Department is working to make this holiday the most wonderful time of the year by spreading some Christmas cheer. Christmas with a Cop will again provide 12 local underprivileged students and families with gifts and a meal this holiday...

Vehicle strikes, kills child in driveway

A 3-year-old child died after being struck by a vehicle Monday afternoon in the 8300 block of Portage Road. According to a news release from the Wood County Sheriff’s Office, Charles Blasius was driving a 2011 Chevy Silverado north in a private driveway when he struck the...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Monday: • Bradly D. Ray, 40, 130 Elm St., was arrested for domestic violence. citations Tuesday: • Driver was issued citations for window tint and expired tags at South Poplar and East Sixth streets. • Officer issued an unspecified citation on...

Toy drive needs gifts for Fostoria’s children

By TOM PERNECKER STAFF WRITER The holidays have arrived and while many are busy prepping, A Christmas for Every Child is collecting. Toys that is. Since it sprang roots a little more than a decade ago, A Christmas for Every Child has provided thousands of children in the area...