Public Record

Fostoria accidents Wednesday: • Caller advised of a private property crash at 9:08 p.m. at 300-block of West Lytle Street. citations Thursday: • Officer advised he issued a citation for driving under suspension following a traffic stop at Buckley Street. •...

Driver in store robbery gets 5 years

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The getaway driver in the February armed robbery of an East Lytle Street convenience store was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday out of Seneca County Common Pleas Court. Zachary T. Spires, 19, was handed the sentence by Seneca County Judge...

Bar owners have cases heard in court

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The owners of Los Tocallos Bar and Restaurant had their cases heard in court Thursday after a May search warrant revealed they had not renewed their liquor license. Amber N. Bowers, 31, and Andrew P. Miller, 40, both of 837 N. Union St., had...

Teen may be tried as adult

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The teenage suspect charged in the shooting death of a 20-year-old Fostoria girl late last month could be tried as an adult, a court official said Thursday. Garrett N. Brown, 17, whose last listed address is Findlay, will appear before Seneca County...

Redmen Pride band not sleeping on fundraising

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria High School Redmen Pride Marching Band will be performing during the 2014 AutoZone Liberty Bowl halftime show in Memphis in December. In an effort to raise funds for this upcoming trip, band members will host a series of fundraisers...

St. Wendelin Festival begins today

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Members of Durant Enterprises set up a carousel Thursday afternoon at St. Wendelin Catholic School in preparation for the St. Wendelin Festival. Activities include various amusement rides for adults and children, food vendors, a beer tent, the...

ECHL Playoff Glance

Thursday, April 17: Cincinnati 4, Orlando 2 Sunday, April 20: Cincinnati 7, Orlando 3 Wednesday, April 23: Cincinnati 2, Orlando 1 Friday, April 25: Orlando 2, Cincinnati 0 Saturday, April 26: Orlando 3, Cincinnati 2, OT Tuesday, April 29: Cincinnati 2, Orlando 1 Thursday, April...

Zakaria: The perils of leaning forward

The controversy over Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has largely obscured what should have been an important initiative by the Obama administration. The president’s trip to Poland was one more step in what is going to be the central task of U.S. foreign policy over the next decade:...

Rampell: Seattle’s bold minimum wage experiment

Vying for the title of the United States’ most progressive city, Seattle this week decided to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour. Depending on which pundit is nattering away, this means Seattle is either going to fall off the map and become a “Mad Max”-style economic...

D-Day shaped America’s role in the world

Bob Dole (R-Kan.) is a former senate majority leader and was the 1996 Republican nominee for president. Seventy years ago today, the map of the world, the United States’ global role and the lives of generations of Americans changed forever. D-Day, June 6, 1944. The Allied...