Aug. 9, 1940 - Aug. 30, 2016
Carol Ann (Vassallo) Wildenthaler, 76, of Marblehead, passed away Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 30, 2016, in Stein Hospice Care Center after a brief illness.
If adopted, it would let attorneys help clients navigate the law and how it’s implemented. The proposal says lawyers also should advise clients regarding related federal law.
The Edison Chargers soccer hosted Huron High School for a doubleheader on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. During the girls match, Huron came out on top 4-1 while Edison won the boys competition 2-0.
One was shot in leg when resident fired at him in self-defense. Other threatened to shoot up police vehicle on Monday.
$1.5 billion investment in Ohio should result in faster service for customers
“He’s excited,” Indians president Chris Antonetti said before the Indians wrapped up their series with Minnesota. “He had the ability to not go anywhere, and Coco chose to come here.”
New strategies introduced by management company key reason for likely year-end surplus at Paper District Marina
Port Clinton’s Lightner Road bridge revamp set to finish this month.
District reaches milestone, embraces new methods of learning
National news site details botched criminal investigations and death cases. Read more here.
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He was charged with heroin possession after traffic stop. Family learned of arrest on Friday.
Attorneys seeking to recoup damages from botched system refile case. Defense attorneys want to get it dismissed again.
Jan. 17, 1928 - Aug. 23, 2016
Caroline was born Jan. 17, 1928, in Evansport, Ohio. She graduated as valedictorian at Ayersville High School. She went to St. Vincent’s Nursing School, where she graduated as an RN. She came to Sandusky to work at Providence Hospital. She met and married John Reed. She later worked as a secretary for Reed’s Supply and raising her 12 children.
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