City clean-up set Saturday

The city of Fostoria is gearing up for its annual Fostoria Clean-Up Day. Clean-up Day — which is part of the one percent tax towards “green city funds” — encourages residents of Fostoria to get outside and help clean up the community. Starting at 9 a.m....

City OKs plan to collect back taxes

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER While much of Tuesday’s Fostoria City Council meeting was spent henpecking, officials managed to greenlight a plan to collect back taxes owed to the city. With a 6-0 vote Tuesday night, council gave the OK to an agreement between the...

Wolf Creek work to get under way yet this year

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Work on Wolf Creek is expected to begin soon. Seneca County Engineer Mark Zimmerman recommended to commissioners Tuesday Feller, Finch and Associates, Maumee, to oversee removal of trees along the creek’s banks and clear debris in the drainage...

Chicken ordinance still running afoul

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER After weeks of back-and-forth pecking with seemingly no clear resolution, Fostoria’s controversial “chicken ordinance” was again put in limbo by a flock of dissenting opinions. Fostoria City Council spent more than 40 minutes...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Monday: • A non-injury crash was reported near the 500 block of East Lytle Street at 7:45 a.m. arrests Tuesday: • Leah Alexis Everly, 22, 524 E. Lytle St.. arrested on charges including commitment mittmus. • Allisha Eileen Keckler, 27, 214 E....

March of graduates begins

The graduating classes of nine area schools begins in today’s edition of the Review Times. For nine consecutive publication days, a full page of information and senior photographs on an area high school’s graduating class will be featured. Starting with Arcadia High...