Learning to budget

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Victoria Volpe, a senior at St. Wendelin Catholic School, examines the ingredients of Planters brand nuts Thursday morning as part of a budgeting exercise at the Kroger on West High Street. Volpe, along with her fellow students in Michelle...

Support in a tough time

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Many people who have went through it report that separation and divorce is a painful, depressing and lonely time in one’s life. A small group of local residents are sending a message to those suffering through such hurt: you don’t have to...

Prizes up for grabs in farmers’ market

The Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce is providing an opportunity for people to take a stroll down Main Street Saturday during the Fostoria Farmers’ Market, “Art at the Market,” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. According to a news release, businesses on Main Street will be...

Ex-SCAT official pleads not guilty to theft charge

The former executive director of Seneca County Agency Transportation pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge of theft. Susan J. Phillips, 63, of Tiffin, entered a plea of not guilty Thursday to a fifth-degree felony charge of theft, Seneca County Common Pleas Court records state....

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Wednesday: • Tyler S. Swanigan, 20, 516 Gormley Street, was taken into custody for an OVI following a report of a non-injury accident at which he fled the scene at a Peeler Drive location. citations Thursday: • Officer issued two citations for speed...

Investing in our future

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Today’s youth are the future leaders of a community, many would say. Two Fostoria daycare centers are focused on fostering the early education of local youth to ensure they’re prepared for their future endeavors. “It’s...