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Bids opened for road work

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER A Fostoria construction company submitted the lowest of two bids for chip and seal pavement work on portions of Seneca County roads 5 and 25, both northeast of the city. The bid from Whitta Construction, for $74,641, was $10,044 less the $84,685...

Commissioners mull best way to handle county old records

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER What to do with old records stored in a county-owned building was again a major topic of discussion during Tuesday’s Seneca County Commissioners work session. Commissioners want to sell the unoccupied building at 81 Jefferson St., Tiffin, but old...
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Public Record

Fostoria accidents Monday: • Subject came on station to report an accident that occurred at 5:56 p.m. in the 1300 block of South Union Street. arrests Tuesday: • Amanda Jo Elchert, 40, Tiffin, was brought down on a holder. • Debra A. Heimberger, 52, Whitehall,...
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Sharing the dream

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Schools Board of Education is hoping to share its dream of a better future with the community at tonight’s board meeting. Officials are inviting community members to an open forum at the 6 p.m. BOE meeting in the Fostoria...
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Another charter change proposal on council agenda

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER After months of failed proposals to change the city charter, At-large Councilman Mathew Davoli is now seeking to abandon the document altogether. This evening, Fostoria City Council will consider giving voters the choice to abandon the charter...
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Mayor honors Fostoria officers, kicks off National Police Week

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Mayor Eric Keckler (left) shakes the hand of Fostoria Police Officer Cory Brian Monday afternoon after reading a proclamation honoring local officers in recognition of National Police Week. Established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy,...