UNDER CONSTRUCTION

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — M and B Asphalt, Old Fort, was the apparent low bidder at about $1.05 million for the annual county and township road paving project. Other bids received Tuesday were from Gerken Paving, Napoleon, about $1.07 million; and Erie Blacktop,...

Serving in style

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A member of Fostoria’s police force is now safely protecting and serving in style. Fostoria Police Department’s K9 Officer Marley received his first bulletproof and stab-protective vest roughly two weeks ago through an anonymous donation....

Officer’s pretrial set Wednesday

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER The pretrial for a Fostoria police officer arrested for allegedly driving drunk earlier this year has been set for Wednesday. Officer Cory D. Brian will have his pretrial conference at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Findlay Municipal Court Judge...

Arson suspect appointed new attorney

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER One of the four men linked to a string of late-March arson fires was appointed a new attorney Monday, roughly one week before his next pretrial. Santana M. Diliberto, 19, of Port Clinton, appeared before Judge Robert C. Pollex in Wood County...

Public Record

Fostoria citations Monday: • Officer issued a citation for speeding at 12:29 p.m. near the intersection of West Center and North Countyline streets. • Officer issued a citation for overtaking on the left following a report of an accident near the intersection of West...

A run of a different color

ELLIOTT SHAFFER / for the Review Times Participants throw colored powder into the air at the celebration of the end of the Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School’s Color-A-Thon on Saturday at the school. A portion of the funds raised by the event are earmarked for the...