Review Times staffers win awards

COLUMBUS — Members of the Review Times staff on Sunday placed among the top three finalists in statewide awards for journalistic excellence during 2013. The recognition came from out-of-state newspaper editors for the Associated Press Society of Ohio, made up of Ohio daily...

Teens hurt in crash

VANLUE — Two teenagers were hurt in a two-car crash Friday night at a rural intersection north of Vanlue. Kalen Ritter, 16, of Vanlue, the driver of one vehicle, and passenger Chayla Frantz, 15, were injured and taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital, the Hancock County...

Thieves rob church

Several items were stolen from a Fostoria church this weekend after a breaking and entering was reported Saturday morning. Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno said Pastor T.A. Smith reported First Baptist Church of Fostoria, 534 Lynn St., was broken into with entry being gained...

Public Record

Fostoria accidents Saturday: • Complainant reported her vehicle was hit-skipped in the parking lot of a Sandusky Street school at 12:58 p.m. Friday: • An East Lytle Street caller reported a female on a bike was just hit by a vehicle at 5:59 p.m. and the vehicle took off as she...

A cause for pause

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER It was 1967 and Helen Pervine was pregnant by a man who was not her husband. At some point during the 90-mile drive to the abortion clinic, something changed her mind. The product of an affair between a married white woman and her African American...

Honoring veterans

BRIAN BOHNERT / the Review Times CHUCK PARSONS, member of Fostoria Honor Guard, reads a proclamation about the Battlefield Cross Friday morning during a veterans program at the Good Shepherd Home honoring the facility’s residents who served in the military in one form or...