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52 new U.S. citizens take oath

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT for the Review Times Fifty-two new United States citizens took the Oath of Allegiance Wednesday afternoon in a ceremony at Findlay’s Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Judge Jeffery J. Helmick, a United States district judge for the Northern District of...
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Hospital helping to feed area families in need

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Hunger. Perhaps one of the greater needs in the world, about 1 in 6 people in America face hunger, according to the World Food Program USA. More than 8,000 of those individuals reside in the tri-county area. Through a partnership with the West Ohio...
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Plans for next year’s budget underway

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council will vote on a temporary draft of the 2018 budget as early as mid-January, officials announced Tuesday. The administration is working with representatives of the State Auditor’s Office to formulate a temporary...
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Contract for school resource officers OK’d

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement to keep two police officers inside the walls of Fostoria City Schools. Council OK’d a contract between the city of Fostoria and the Fostoria City Schools Board of Education relating...
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Autolite closing next month

Fostoria’s Autolite Spark Plug plant will begin closing next month and finish the shuttering by mid-2018, putting 62 people out of work. The company reported the planned closing to the state on Monday. In the mid-1990s, the Autolite plant, located at 1600 N. Union St.,...
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Man suing Fostoria company for wife’s death

A man is suing a Fostoria transportation company for allegedly causing the death of his wife on a Michigan highway back in April. Elmer H. Rheinecker, executor of the estate of Janet T. Rheinecker, filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Nov. 30 against...