SANDUSKY On a rainy morning in early September, Julian Whittles jumped into his 2002 Buick Regal to
HURON Will $11,650 appease five Huron River Greenway property owners who have been fighting a 1
MILAN TWP. A man who found a pipe bomb Wednesday morning along the CoHo dam in the Milan Wildlife Ar
What?! You don't have your costume yet? Halloween's just 10 days away and if you're going on the Halloween booze c
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF SUNDAY OCT. 18 10:39 p.m. - 4600 block Ohio 60, 17-year-old girl, same.&nbsp
PERKINS TWP. A local woman who dared to question has given a black eye to one of the nation's larges
SANDUSKY A longtime Cedar Point ride will be taken down after Nov. 1 and relocated to Knott's Berry
SANDUSKY Brandy Bennett of the Volunteer Center and Red Cross volunteer Christine Dutko talked with children at the B
SANDUSKY Every year at about this time we try to de
SANDUSKY Perkins Trustee candidates Tim Coleman, Bill Dwelle and Mike Printy answered questions from
SANDUSKY The city commission didn't solve any of Sandusky's recycling issues Monday night.
SANDUSKY The three candidates for the Sandusky City School's two school board seats participated in
SANDUSKY Unemployment fell in September in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties and also across Ohio, acc
PERKINS TWP. The Ohio Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Decorate With Style, also kn
HURON Joel Rudinger, professor emeritus at BGSU Firelands, has spent years collecting folklore on al
SANDUSKY Children could still be able to get their sugar rush by visiting Sandusky's downtown mercha
If you ask anyone familiar with band Kids In The Making what they're like, the answer is guaranteed to be the same: they&rsquo
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF FRIDAY, OCT. 16 7:02 p.m. -- 15400 block Darrow Road, Vermilion,
Could be for lots of reasons -- similar themes, similar patriotic appeal of red-white-and-blue, same designer doing the signs and co
As a resident of Vermilion for a number of years I find it is time for a change in the office of the Mayor. This year voters have th
We met Faith Denslow 12 years ago when we became involved in the Sandusky City Schools' Middle School Parent Council. We immediately