CINCINNATI (AP) - An Ohio woman with a $3,000 legal debt from nearly 30 years ago has avoided prison, thanks to strangers who paid it off.
A recent story about the plight of 61-year-old Dorothy Rembert, who has seven grandchildren, moved Gene Ellington of Cincin
A Sandusky man driving a tractor trailer rammed into the rear of a state Department of Transportation truck stopped to protect a pot hole crew on Interstate 80 westbound, causing a fiery crash and snarling traffic for miles.
Only minor in
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF
MONDAY, MAY 17
8 a.m. -- Ohio 2 near Ohio 101, Jianguagn Qi, 39, Chicago, cited for driving overweight truck.
TUESDAY, MAY 18
3:24 p.m. -- 10900 block U.S. 250, Milan, Cory Staniford, 18, Greenwich, and 17-year-old boy both
A mini charter bus carrying students to Cedar Point went off the road Friday morning on Ohio 4 near Ohio 547.
The driver of the Urban Express Transportation bus fell asleep, went off the side of the road and managed to come back onto the road, trooper said.
CATAWBA ISLAND TWP.
Ready for a doggone good time? Bring out the balloons and hats for the "Every Greyhound Birthday Party' this Saturday.
The North Coast Greyhound Connection has hosted the fundraiser for the past three years.
The thing is, they're right.
Erie MetroParks commissioners aren't accountable to Erie County commissioners when it comes to the budget, and accountable to no one save the probate judge when it comes to keeping their jobs.
So all we can do is bemoan their tone when park commissioners Micah V
By CORY FROLIK
Former Register Huron County reporter
Back when Delonte West still played for the Boston Celtics, several fans started a Facebook page to raise money to help pay for West's tattoo removal s
Residents of the greater Sandusky area will have quite a bit to take in this weekend as the downtown area is the setting for two different events, both of which should be great fun for all ages. The Maritime Museum of Sandusky is hosting May Days, an annual celebration of the area's maritime history, complete
She's just one show away from clinching the title.
The next American Idol will either be the small-town girl, or the city boy from Chicago.
But whether she finishes first or comes in a close second, northern Ohio won't stop believing in Crystal Bowersox.
Sandusky police are investigating a suspected stabbing that occurred Thursday evening in an apartment at 3205 W. Monroe St.
They were called out to Apartment 2, in a small complex with two wooden sail boats on the front of the building and the waters of Sandusky Ba
It took the jury less than three hours to convict Steven Rodvold of murder in the shooting death of his father. A judge announced a day later that Rodvold will be in prison for at least 18 years before he's eligible for parole.
Rodvold closed his eyes as the jury wa
Two people were taken to the hospital Thursday afternoon after a four-vehicle crash in front of the south campus of Firelands Regional on Hayes Avenue.
The driver of a red Astro van crossed over into the opposite lane and hit a Ford Explorer and a Chevy HHR,
Margaretta Schools will have an emergency levy on the ballot in August, the sixth time in two years.
The levy, which would bring in about $1.2 million per year, was approved on a 4-1 vote, with board member Roger Stark dissenting.
The Berlin-Milan School District won't try again just yet for a levy, deciding against placing a request on the August ballot.
Board officials said they want more information on potential decreased state funding in the next few weeks as they consider whether to place
Military officials say an Ohio soldier was one of five Americans killed in a deadly attack on NATO forces in Afghanistan.
The Pentagon says 44-year-old Lt. Col. Thomas Belkofer from Perrysburg died Tuesday in Kabul after a suicide bomber attacked a convoy he was in.
The attack, the deadlies
Another local man accused of plotting to attack police officers in an attempt to overthrow the government is back at home.
Sandusky resident Kristopher Sickles returned home Wednesday evening. He will be electronically monitored 24 hours a day, like Jacob Ward, Hur
The Erie County Humane Society features these felines available for adoption:
Butterscotch -- A 1-year-old girl who wants to be a lap cat. She doesn't like other cats. She wants your undivided attention.
Thelma -- Has lived in the shelter since September. S
Fremont has issued a nitrate alert for its drinking water after it exceeded the maximum contaminant level.
Nitrate contamination usually results from runoff of agricultural fertilizers or from human or animal wastes.
It's harmless to most people