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Gas program set to get third reading

By LYDIA BAULER STAFF WRITER The public is invited to a second public meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. in council chambers as Fostoria considers entering into a natural gas aggregation program that could save residents money. A set of ordinances authorizing the city to join the...
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Public Record

Fostoria arrests Monday: • Justin J.J. Johnson was arrested for a third-degree felony domestic violence charge after a caller requested an officer for a disruptive male on South Main Street. citations Monday: • Officer issued a verbal warning for failure to dim high...
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Fostoria women hurt in crash

Two Fostoria women were injured in a two-vehicle accident on West Ohio 18 in front of I.C. Treats-N-Things Sunday afternoon. Mimi Green, 21, was traveling westbound on Ohio 18 in a 2006 Chevrolet HHR when she attempted to turn left into the ice cream shop and was struck by Carol...
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Serenading farmers’ market attendees

David Simonis / for the Review Times Thom Schetter, (left), and Doug Olenik of the Tuba Family Players, part of the Fostoria Community Band, perform during the farmers’ market Saturday morning in downtown Fostoria. The market, which was from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., had a “Dads...
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Fostoria to get gypsy moth treatment

Seventy-five acres in the Fostoria area is targeted for aerial treatments designed to disrupt gypsy moth mating, according to the Ohio Department of Agriculture. Statewide, the aerial treatments are being aimed at 32,526 acres in 15 counties. The targeted area in Fostoria is...
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Fostoria accidents Friday: • Caller reported she was hit in the parking lot of a West High Street business. A private property accident report was taken. citations Saturday: • Officer issued a citation at the area of Olmstead Street and Columbus Ave. thefts Saturday: • Officers...