The Sandusky History Blog reminds us that tonight at 6:30 p.m., Ron Davidson will present a talk at Sandusky Library on this history of taverns in our fair city.

1:36 PM Jun 27, 2012
Due to a water main break on East Perkins Avenue, a boil advisory has been issued for the entire Westchester Estates Subdivision which includes the following streets; Lynn Drive, Melody Lane, Mulberry Drive, Sweetbriar Drive and Weihur Lane.
11:42 AM Jun 27, 2012
The lone Republican vying to dethrone Democratic Erie County commissioner Tom Ferrell has withdrawn from the race.
10:27 AM Jun 27, 2012
Shoot a bird - with a camera - and win a costest.
10:26 AM Jun 27, 2012
Vermilion's police dog died Tuesday night during training exercises. Vermilion police Chief Chris Hartung issued a brief press release at midnight that said the dog, Andy, died after a fall.
10:25 AM Jun 27, 2012
Democratic state Sen. Mike Skindell is running for the Ohio Supreme Court this fall.
10:00 AM Jun 27, 2012
Sandusky firefighters retrieved a partial skeleton Tuesday morning from the rocks on the east side of the Cedar Point breakwall.
9:00 AM Jun 27, 2012
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed 13 bills, including one to ease ex-inmates back into the workforce as cosmetologists, salvage-yard dealers and construction workers.
6:00 AM Jun 27, 2012
New projections say Ohio will have 16 counties in 2050 where a third or more of the population will be at least 60 years old, underscoring the challenges ahead as the state becomes grayer.
8:07 PM Jun 26, 2012
A judge has sided with a dog owner who argued her small bichon frise shouldn't be labeled as "dangerous" under a new state law, which opened the door for canines other than pit bulls to be deemed dangerous for inflicting even minor injuries to people.
5:07 PM Jun 26, 2012
The city's planners hope crime statistics and other analyses will help Sandusky obtain $436,000 from the federal government to revitalize three problematic neighborhoods:
2:40 PM Jun 26, 2012

The three FIT Challenge contestants got together last week to compete in an exciting obstacle course challenge.

2:39 PM Jun 26, 2012
Former students in career-training programs at dozens of for-profit institutions have had so much trouble paying off their loans that the schools could lose access to federal student aid if they don't improve, new data from the U.S. Department of Education finds.
2:00 PM Jun 26, 2012