Rossford NewsMarilyn McAlear
Marilyn McAlear, who grew up in the business her father started, became its chief financial officer, and served on the board of a major regional bank, died Monday in her Rossford home. She was 82. "She was a meticulous accountant her entire life, whether at work or at home.Rossford Schools breaks ground for $70 Million new schools project
Monday was a big day for the City of Rossford as they had not one, but two groundbreaking ceremonies for their new schools. Outside of the current Glenwood Elementary on Lime City Road, the Glenwood second grade choir sang as officials and other students broke ground.Rossford schools break ground for new building project
Everyone involved with the events in Rossford on Monday agreed that a modern and new learning environment for students is long overdue Alumni and community members will have one last chance to tour the historic high school building at an open house on May 24th at 7pm.Rossford Class of 2018 leaving their mark with pranks
But, this isn't the first time this is happening. Senior Prank week is a tradition here at the school.Convicted rapist indicted on new charge
Two days after he was sentenced to five years in prison for rape, a Rossford man was indicted by a Lucas County grand jury Thursday on a new charge of rape. Avery Schwartz, arrives for his sentencing in Lucas County Common Pleas Court Tuesday in Toledo.Man sentenced for rape, faces new rape chargeWoman who sent letter to ...
Though he had no criminal record and though many described him as a good guy, a Rossford man who was convicted of rape was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison. Lucas County Common Pleas Judge James Bates told Avery M. Schwartz, 21, he'd let down his family, his attorney, and the court when he committed the crime and allegedly raped a second victim Friday while out of jail on a $100,000 bond.First responders in Rossford train for the worst
The threat of an active shooter is on the minds of several in the community, but none more than our first responders. While Monday's simulated active shooter training was just an exercise with explorer students posing as victims, the emotions and responses from first responders were real.Rossford man arrested for rape while awaiting to be sentenced
Avery M. Schwartz, 21, is accused of raping two women, both first-degree felonies. The first incident happened in September, while the second allegedly happened on Friday, according to court documents filed in Toledo Municipal Court.TPD Patrolman's Association president pleads no contest to domestic violence
The Toledo Police Patrolman's Association president pleaded no contest Thursday to domestic violence and received a deferred finding in the case - meaning he'll enter a domestic-violence diversion program that could result in dismissal of a case against him. Officer Dan Wagner, 50, was charged with domestic violence in February following a dispute with his adult son, according to court records.Decision Day for Rossford High School seniors
There are triplets at Rossford who aren't only getting ready to head off to college, but also move away from their siblings for the first time. "We grew up and got closer throughout the years, so it's definitely going to be hard separating," Benjamin, Johnathon and Ivy Bergstrom described.