Bascom fire seeks levy

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER BASCOM — An 89-year-old fire station in the heart of Bascom could soon be replaced if voters approve a .7-mill tax increase this spring. Bascom Joint Fire District will place a 2.5-mill tax levy on the ballot for the May 2 primary...

Storm damages DQ

SCOTT SCHERF / the Review Times Part of the awning on the west side of the Dairy Queen is flipped onto the roof of the structure Wednesday morning after being torn loose by Tuesday evening’s strong winds. According to police reports, officers were notified of the incident...

Fostoria man shoots up home

A Fostoria man faces potential charges after firing a gun inside and outside of his Lynn Street home Wednesday afternoon. According to a news release from Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno, officers were dispatched to 715 Lynn St. at approximately 1:19 p.m. Wednesday for a...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Tuesday: • Complainant reported her parent’s Walnut Street mailbox had been run over by a semi in the 1700 block around 7 a.m. Monday. arrests Tuesday: • Kaleb Christopher Danko, 20, 114 W. Fremont St., was arrested on a warrant at a Park...

FJ/SHS students recognized for commitment

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Inclement weather caused most area students to spend their Tuesday at home due to the cancellation of school. However, five Fostoria Junior/Senior High School students were in the building to attend the district’s board of education meeting,...

Local ghosthunters on quest for funds

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria’s own paranormal investigators are hoping to turn their passion for ghost hunting into a series of homegrown documentaries. Fostoria Paranormal Investigations launched an online fundraising campaign Monday to help jumpstart a...