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Still no takers for council’s 3rd Ward seat

By LYDIA BAULER STAFF WRITER Emotions were high at the Fostoria City Council meeting Tuesday evening. While the mood was celebratory during the swearing-in of fire department officials, frustration arose when it was revealed the third ward council seat would remain empty for a...
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Estimate on Annex Building renovations up 65 percent

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER Estimates for renovations to the Seneca County Annex Building have increased from $417,000 to $648,000, an increase of nearly 65 percent. County commissioners were quick to point out Tuesday, however, the boost has nothing to do with requests from the...
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Public Record

Fostoria accidents Tuesday: • Caller reported a non-injury accident at East North and North Main streets at 10:08 a.m. Officer noted a citation would be issued; two subjects advised of neck pain but would seek medical attention on their own. • Hancock County...
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Two killed in helicopter crash

LEYLAND SPENCER / for the Review Times Two were killed in a helicopter crash Monday in Wood County. The Wood County Sheriff’s office received a 911 call reporting the aircraft had crashed into a field off Penverville Road at 11:41 a.m. The pilot, Tyson Snyder, 32, of...
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Fostoria school officials prepare for coming weeks

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Schools’ officials addressed questions and concerns Monday as they announced final plans to continue the education of junior/senior high school students. The district hosted a parent/student meeting at Fostoria Intermediate...
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King’s legacy lives on through area students

Five decades after Martin Luther King Jr.’s work toward greater civil rights and racial equality was cut short in 1968, Fostoria students gathered in council city chambers to reflect on his legacy. The city of Fostoria partnered with the Fostoria Chapter of the National...