United Way of Fostoria turns 60

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Review Times is publishing its annual community update in Friday’s newspaper. The 16-page special section includes stories and photos of the progress the city, schools, industries and businesses have made in the past year. The story below is a sampling of what readers can expect in Friday’s Progress 2018. By MORGAN MANNSSTAFF Read More

Famous birthdays for Feb. 22: Drew Barrymore, Julie Walters

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Feb. 22 (UPI) — Those born on this date are under the sign of Pisces. They include: — George Washington, first president of the United States, in 1732 — German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer in 1788 — Englishman Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scout movement, in 1857 — German physicist Heinrich Hertz, discoverer of radio Read More

Survey: Migraines are painful and misunderstood

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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – There is a significant disconnect between those who have migraines and those who don’t according to a new Lilly-sponsored survey conducted by Nielsen. The Migraine Impact Report reveals patients diagnosed with migraines have pain nearly half of every month. The pain is so significant, respondents ranked on average migraine pain higher than Read More

Announcements – February 22, 2018

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AGIUS. On February 17, at Mater Dei Hospital, AMABILE (also known as Paul) aged 70, of Msida, passed away suddenly, comforted by the rites of Holy Church and surrounded by his family. He leaves to mourn his great loss his beloved daughter Christine and her husband Patrick, of Australia, his son Luke and his wife Read More

HIGH SCHOOLS: Johnson girls hoops advances in Class 3A tourney

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ALBANY — The Johnson girls basketball team advanced to the GHSA Class 3A Elite Eight with a 64-57 win at Monroe on Wednesday. The Atom Smashers (20-6) will face the winner of Thursday’s Lovett/East Hall match-up next week at a day and time to be announced. Sy-Marieona Williams scored 20 points and had four steals Read More

Pupils in East Kilbride set to benefit from government cash boost

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Schools across East Kilbride and Avondale will receive a cash boost from a Scottish Government fund. The Pupil Equity Fund aimed at boosting the attainment levels of the most deprived pupils will pay out £7.9 million to schools in South Lanarkshire. More than 2300 schools across Scotland are set to benefit from the funding – Read More

Mass meeting reveals next steps in local tornado relief efforts

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More than four dozen area emergency personnel, human service agency leaders, elected officials, engineering school administrators, engineering assessors and business representatives gathered for a meeting at the Uniontown Volunteer Firemen’s Social Hall Wednesday to coordinate their collective response to the devastation sowed by a rare, quarter-mile wide tornado tearing through Uniontown and North Union Township Read More