Might as well jump

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times Conner Krupp, 10, spins mid air after catching some air off a diving board Friday afternoon at Fostoria City Pool. Krupp, like many area children, flocked to the city pool Friday as sunny skies and warm temperatures made for what seemed like the...

No charges expected after Findlay massage parlor raid

By RYAN DUNN staff writer No charges are expected after the high-profile federal raid of a Findlay massage parlor. FBI agents in November seized evidence from Top Relax Massage, 825 Tiffin Ave., while investigating an alleged prostitution and human trafficking ring spanning...

Public Record

Fostoria citations Friday: • Officer issued a citation following a report of a vehicle swerving all over the roadway and hitting a power pole on McDougal Street. • Officer issued two separate citations for stop sign violations following two separate traffic stops at...

Mayor: Childhood center services will not be lost

By BRIAN BOHNERT and MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITERS When Mayor Eric Keckler opened his copy of the Review Times June 25 and read the headline, “County mulls selling Fostoria’s childhood center,” the news was definitely news to him. A request to consider selling the...

4 injured in US 224 crash

Four people were injured when a minivan collided with a trailer being towed by a pickup Thursday afternoon on U.S. 224, east of Findlay, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. William Laugherty, 30, of Tiffin, the driver of the minivan, and his three passengers,...

Woman upgraded to serious condition following crash

TOLEDO — The University of Toledo Medical Center upgraded the condition of Nancy Moody-Russo to serious condition Thursday. Moody-Russo, 68, a clinical coordinator of the physician assistant program at the University of Findlay, was critically injured in a car accident...