Zak goes back to school

David Zak is resigning from the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. as president and CEO effective Sept. 11, the public-private partnership announced in a news release Monday. Zak will join Tiffin University to assume his new role as vice president for University...

Public Record

Fostoria citations Sunday: • Officer issued an OVI citation to a driver at Columbus Avenue and Barcelona Drive following reported of a female passed out in a vehicle. thefts Monday: • Officer advised of a theft of prescription drugs from a Columbus Avenue location. vandalism...

Arcadia man pleads guilty to fourth-degree felony

By MAX FILBY for the review times Joe Vera III, 21, of Arcadia, pleaded guilty Monday in Hancock County Common Pleas Court to an amended charge of endangering children. Vera was originally scheduled Monday for a jury trial on a charge of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a...

Having a ball

CIERRA VALENTI / the Review Times Two youths are suited up in protective bubble-type balls to play Knocker Ball Saturday in downtown Fostoria during the ninth annul Latino Fest. The event featured games, bungee jumping, a low-rider car show, a variety of vendors and lots of music...

Shrieking siren stirs south end

A storm blowing through the Fostoria area set off an outdoor emergency siren that put the south end of town on edge for a few minutes Sunday night. The siren, located in the area of the former Field School on Sixth Street, began sounding around 8:50 p.m. while a thunderstorm...

Pursuit leads to wreck

MIKE SPENCER / for the Review Times A vehicle comes to rest on its top in a yard along Ohio 587 early Saturday morning following a short pursuit by Fostoria police officers. According to a police report, Cory A. Dieter, 34, Fostoria, flipped the vehicle he was driving onto a tree...