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Betz to get new trial; previous felony convictions overturned PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 03 April 2014 10:54
A Sylvania man sentenced to eight years in prison by a Wood County court - whose conviction was later overturned by the Ohio Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals - will be getting a new trial.
Herbie Betz, 43, will have a trial beginning July 21. Five days are reserved for the matter.
The trial date was originally set in February; a further pretrial conference concerning the date was held Tuesday before Judge Robert Pollex.
Betz was released after bond was set in February following serving 20 months of an eight-year prison term. He had been incarcerated in the Noble Correctional Institution in Caldwell, but was later moved to the Wood County jail.
He was convicted in 2012 on eight felony counts, including engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, money laundering, illegal use of food stamps, and receiving stolen property.
Community Events: 04-03-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 03 April 2014 10:20
Food day Friday in BG
Food distribution at First United Methodist Church will be held on Friday.
The distribution will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The church is located at 1560 E. Wooster St.

Baked steak dinner at Bradner
BRADNER - A baked steak dinner will be held at the village's American Legion Hall Sunday.
The event will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at a cost of $7. Carry-out will be available.
The American Legion is located at 209 W. Crocker St.
For more information, call (419) 288-3634.

Lake perch Fri. at Pemberville
PEMBERVILLE - A Lake Erie perch dinner will be held Friday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Pemberville American Legion Hall
Dinner prices range from $9 to 11. Homemade pie will be available for an additional charge.
Carryouts will be available.
Local Briefs: 04-02-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 02 April 2014 10:44
Finalists named for NB EMS chief
NORTH BALTIMORE - The village has named five finalists for its full-time, interim EMS chief.
Council hopes to approve the candidate later this month following completion of interviews this week and next week.
Finalists for the position are:
•    Eric Larson, current part-time EMS chief.
•    John VanScoder, former village EMS chief.
•    Stephen Hoover, firefighter/paramedic, Pemberville-Freedom Township Fire Department.
•    Joel Decker, EMS coordinator for Sherrodsville EMS.
•    Mike Baker, of Michigan, a former EMS coordinator.
The chief's position is a nine-month appointment and will have a $35,000 salary. The position is for a working chief, which means the candidate will handle all the administrative functions of the position, in addition to making emergency runs for the department.
Autism Awareness Bittersweet Farms’ April focus with emphasis on its agriculture effort PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 03 April 2014 10:13
During April, Bittersweet Farms will be promoting autism awareness and the services Bittersweet provides for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders through various ways.  
Bittersweet Farms is asking the community to get involved and advocate for Autism Awareness Month by sharing Bittersweet Farms' social media sites, participating in the Bittersweet Farms Facebook giveaway and encouraging people to use person first language.   The community may also advocate for autism by supporting employment of people with autism through purchasing Bittersweet's pesto and purchasing a membership to the Community Supported Agriculture program.  Bittersweet's pesto is available at Bittersweet Farms in Whitehouse, The Baker's Kitchen in Perrysburg and Monclova, and Walt Churchill's Market in Maumee.
Bittersweet Farms will be distributing marketing materials to various restaurants around the community that will promote autism awareness.   
Homeland Security arrests 2 in BG PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 10:29
Two men were arrested by Homeland Security agents in the city this morning during a reportedly unannounced operation at an apartment complex.
Bowling Green Police Chief Brad Conner said his office learned of the incident at 8:52 a.m.
They received a call from the Green Meadows apartment complex, 214 Napoleon Road, indicating that the caller had witnessed “a couple of gentlemen” handcuffing two males and putting them in a vehicle.
The men reportedly indicated they were with Homeland Security. The caller subsequently contacted BG police seeking verification of that claim.
Conner said BG Police did confirm the arresting individuals were from Homeland Security, and that they were arresting one man who they indicated was a felon, and “another illegal immigrant.”
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