Public Record

Fostoria arrests Thursday: • Anthony L. Armstrong, 26, 114 N. Countyline St., turned himself in on a warrant from Fostoria-Tiffin Municipal Court. • Larry A. Tucker, 42, 110 S. Poplar St., was arrested and being held on a bond. Wednesday: • Roman Miguel Arana, 20,...

Register now for library child reading program

Registration is now in progress for “Fizz, Boom, Read,” the 2014 Summer Reading Program at Kaubisch Memorial Public Library. Any child between the ages of three and 12 is welcome to sign up. Kick-off will be at 2 p.m. June 3 at the library with Imagination Station...

Raising awareness

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Roughly 30,000 people in the United States — 70,000 worldwide — are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, according to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. About 1,000 new cases of cystic fibrosis are diagnosed each year and an additional 10 million...

Officials eye new justice center

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — The Seneca County Commissioners approved a resolution accepting a study which indicates a nearly $8.5 million justice center would benefit the city and county. Commissioner Fred Zoeller said approval of the study, presented March 5 at...

2 suspects’ cases head for grand jury

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER After waiving their right for preliminary hearings Thursday, two of the three teens charged in last week’s burglary-turned-homicide will have their cases considered by the Seneca County Grand Jury. Tyson J. Ogg, 18, transient, and Dallas A....

Being prepared in case of disaster

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno stands at a centralized command center at Good Shepherd Home Thursday, awaiting instructions on a fictional train derailment during a tabletop disaster drill exercise hosted by CSX and Compliance Associates, a...

Wayne man waives rights in infant son’s death case

A Wayne man charged in the death of his infant son has had his case sent to Wood County Court of Common Pleas. James D. Henderson, 20, who is charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to the May 17 death of a 3-month-old child, appeared before Bowling Green Municipal...

Cooper revives plans for global technology center

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. celebrated its 100th anniversary Thursday with the news it will resume plans to locate a $40 million global technology center in Findlay and add 40 high-quality jobs. “We’re really, really happy about being able to reinstitute that and get that going...

Student borrowers assume too much risk

Atif Mian is a professor of economics and public policy at Princeton. Amir Sufi is a professor of finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The burden of student debt has exploded over the past decade, and economists worry that it is holding back the recovery...

Obama should not let Europe slip away

Bruce Ackerman is a professor of law and political science at Yale University. His latest book is “We the People: The Civil Rights Revolution.” In his West Point speech Wednesday, President Obama remained trapped by the paradigm that has governed our foreign policy since the fall...