Pair of Redmen claim crowns

BOWLING GREEN — Luke Leonard and C.J. Matheny wrestled their way to first-place finishes for Fostoria High School in Saturday’s Division II South Sectional at Bowling Green State University’s Stroh Center. The top four finishers in each weight class will return...

Hopewell-Loudon seventh-grade boys win MAL crown

Jake Simonis scored 14 points Saturday to lead Hopewell-Loudon to a 43-42 victory over Seneca East in the Midland Athletic League seventh-grade boys basketball tournament championship game. The Chieftains weren’t quite able to sweep the boys titles, as North Baltimore...

Naugle-Baker unable to reach state competition

CLEVELAND — Elmwood senior Savannah Naugle-Baker came up short in her efforts this past weekend to advance from Division II district competition to the state championships. The top two finishers in each individual event and the next 16 fastest throughout the state’s...

NR girls bowlers advance

PORT CLINTON — Amanda Weinandy and Mikayla Theis posted series of 447 and 446, respectively, to help New Riegel finish third in Saturday’s Division II girls sectional tournament at Star Lanes and advance to next week’s district event. The top four teams and top...

Arcadia girls nudge Ada

ARCADIA — Molly Glick erupted for 31 points and Courtney Cramer added 18 as Arcadia edged Ada 62-59 Saturday in a nonconference game. Ada jumped out to a 17-12 first-quarter lead, but an 18-10 Arcadia advantage in the second quarter put the Redskins (17-5) ahead 30-27 at...

French, Jordan, Faber to address students

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judi French will be in Tiffin this afternoon to meet and take questions from high school and university students from Seneca and Sandusky counties. Congressman Jim Jordan will speak at 3:30 p.m., Ohio Senate President Keith Faber at 4 p.m., Justice...

Can it be?

MORGAN MANNS / the Review Times Grass begins peeking out from beneath the snow, promising spring is on the way. But winter will not loosen its grip just yet. The National Weather service is forecasting a 100-percent chance of snow today with another 3 to 5 inches accumulation by...

Meet Charlie, Lug, Lance, Lola, Mango, and Rosie

Seneca County Dog Wardens office is featuring six dogs seeking a Home for Keeps. Charlie was adopted from the shelter and returned due to being unable to housebreak. When Charlie originally came to the shelter about six months ago, he had possibly been thrown out of a car. He has...

Preble receives leadership award

Amy Preble, RN, BSN, MBA, director, emergency services, dialysis and emergency management, was recognized as the next recipient of the quarterly ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital “Big Kahuna” leadership award. Preble was selected by fellow leader and past...

Homestead exemption rules have change

Seneca County Auditor Julie A. Adkins is announcing changes to the state Homestead program effective Jan. 1 with a deadline of June 2. According to a news release, new applicants who own their own home and who turn 65 years of age in 2014 or become “totally and permanently...