Bishop Donnelly dies

The Rev. Robert W. Donnelly, 83, a retired auxiliary bishop in the Toledo Catholic Diocese, died Monday in his home, according to a press release from Sally Oberski, the diocese’s director of communications. Bishop Donnelly was ordained May 25, 1957, and was appointed as...

L-B board to meet, consider November levy

The Liberty-Benton school board will host a meeting Thursday morning to consider placing a combination levy on the November ballot. Lisa Dobbins, treasurer, said she expects the board to approve the levy that would allow for the construction of a new kindergarten through eighth...

Fostoria City Council to Meet tonight to approve 2015 budget

Fostoria City Council will meet this evening Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in council chambers to vote on a resolution for the 2015 city budget. Watch for budget details in tomorrow’s edition of the Review Times.

Train briefly catches fire in McComb

A train caught fire and stopped in the middle of McComb around 3 p.m. today. Nobody was hurt and train workers put the fire out themselves, said McComb Fire Chief Mike Voland. “We just saw black smoke but the train stopping in the middle of town made it hard to get anywhere,”...

Second federal agency to investigate Chinese tire complaint

A second federal agency voted Tuesday to investigate a complaint by unionized Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. workers that Chinese tire makers have unfairly stolen U.S. customers. The International Trade Commission voted to join the Commerce Department in probing union allegations...

Area jobless rates rise in June

Hancock County’s jobless rate increased to 4.5 percent in June from 4 percent a month earlier. Unemployment rates climbed among each of Hancock County’s neighbors and in all but four of Ohio’s 88 counties, the state reported. Hancock County’s unemployment...

Ohio Supreme Court justice visits Rotary

An Ohio Supreme Court justice outlined the court’s inner workings during a speech this afternoon to Findlay Rotary Club. Justice Judi French detailed the collaborative effort in issuing constitutional decisions that affect Ohioans. “I feel very privileged to be serving you as a...

Hancock commissioners table cost increase for garage

Hancock County’s commissioners tabled a large change order on the construction of the engineer’s garage at 1900 Lima Ave. General contractor Studer-Obringer, of New Washington, is asking for an additional $75,740 on the project. The company says this is the final change order on...

Federal appeals court deals blow to health law

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has delivered a serious setback to President Barack Obama’s health care law, potentially derailing subsidies for many low- and middle-income people who have bought policies. If upheld, the decision could mean premium increases for...

Practice ACT canceled

A free practice ACT, scheduled Saturday at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library, has been canceled because of a lack of participants.