Amaya Nicole Banks

Amaya Nicole Banks passed away June 19, 2014 at 10:15 p.m. at Blanchard Valley Hospital shortly after her birth. Surviving are parents, Alex and Ashlee Banks and sister, Madisyn Banks, 7, all of Fostoria; grandparents, Amy and Rick Eberly of Fremont, Irene Banks of Fostoria, and...

Margaret A. Bruce

Margaret A. “Peg” Bruce, 76 of Westerville, OH, died Saturday June 14, 2014 at home after a short but valiant battle with cancer. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frederick and Fayette Howard. Margaret was also preceded in death by her husband, Warren, on...

Fostoria’s history in film

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER More of Fostoria’s history will be shared through a continuation of a documentary series first released last year. The Fostoria Area Historical Society, in partnership with local film studio Capture1 Studios, is completing finishing touches to a...

YMCA plans vintage base ball game July 5

Geary Family YMCA will be hosting a vintage base ball game at Foundation Park (Field #1) July 5 at 6 p.m. versus the Ohio Village Muffins. The Ohio Village Muffins are a group of enthusiastic lovers of the game who carry on the tradition of the sport as it was played in...

Schools debate open enrollment

By Max Filby for the review times It’s 3 a.m. and a line is wrapped around the outside of the building, four hours before it opens. It may look like Black Friday morning, but these people aren’t shopping for a bargain. Instead, they’re looking for a school for...

U.S. soldiers watch as Iraqi comrades struggle against ISIS

By Robert H. Scales June 20 at 7:56 PM The writer, a retired Army major general, is a former commandant of the U.S. Army War College. The next time you see an Army officer on television, look at his or her right sleeve. Odds are that you will see a stack of “hash marks,” each...
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A Mississippi infant’s case opens a new door on studying a cure for HIV

By Anthony S. Fauci June 20 at 7:57 PM Anthony F. Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health. Dramatic advances in the treatment of HIV/AIDS have saved millions of lives around the world. Today, someone in his...
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Editorial: An unappealing choice in Montgomery County Circuit Court contest

By Editorial Board June 20 at 8:03 PM IN INDIVIDUALLY taped campaign videos, each of the four sitting judges seeking election Tuesday to the Montgomery County Circuit Court stresses the rigorous process by which he or she gained a seat on the bench. Each filled out a 38-point...
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Editorial: Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro continues human rights abuses

By Editorial Board June 20 at 8:07 PM POLITICAL THEATER has reached ludicrous heights in Venezuela. For seven hours on Monday, the government in Caracas questioned a key opposition leader over her alleged assassination plot against President Nicolás Maduro; on Friday, it banned...

Editorial: Sens. Corker and Murphy pave the way for shoring up U.S. transportation funding

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