Polishing up

DAVID SIMONIS / for the Review Times A group of Hopewell-Loudon students and parents clean the windows of an entrance to the school’s old gymnasium. Hopewell-Loudon hosted its Chieftain Pride day Saturday for the purpose of cleaning the 1988 Chieftain Gym located across...

More than cows and plows

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve. This is the motto more than half a million students live by through FFA, in which they are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities. More than 350 area students...

Animal rehab center facing financial crunch

CASTALIA (AP) — An animal rehabilitation center in northern Ohio that nurses wild animals back to health is making its own appeal for help. The center is facing a potential financial crisis after losing an important supply of free food for its hawks and owls, said Mona...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Monday: • Mary L. McBeth, 37, 463 N. Town St., was arrested for domestic violence following an incident in which a male called police and reported she was throwing things at him. citations Saturday: • Officer issued a citation for parking in a no parking zone at...

Fostoria family of four displaced by evening fire

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER A family of four was displaced Thursday evening following a fire at their East Center Street home. Fostoria Fire Division and Fostoria Police Department responded to 317 E. Center St. shortly after 11 p.m. Thursday upon receiving a report of a fire...

Police chief choice pared to top three

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria officials narrowed its list of eight prospective candidates for the chief of police position Friday afternoon to three. Among the eight candidates are interim police chief Capt. Patrick Brooks and Fostoria Fire Chief Keith Loreno. Fostoria...