Saturday's memorial service for longtime Sandusky music teacher Jeffery Mork had many of the elements you might expect, including moving and funny recollections from Mork's three daughters, Maureen Mork, Adrienne Mork and Melanie Mork.
If you went fishing for fishermen Saturday, you could find a big school of them at South Shore Marine.
The Huron company's annual free fishing seminar hooked about 200 serious anglers.
The presenters included Steve Carlson, 39, Huron, who stood on top of a boat, offering suggestions and demonstrating equipment to the anglers, who listened carefully and asked questions.
Eager to connect with Southern voters, Mitt Romney on Friday burnished his business credentials -- and his newfound love for cheesy grits -- as he sought support for his Republican presidential campaign in Alabama and Mississippi.
It was good while it lasted.
The influx of federal stimulus dollars America's schools received to help prop up beleaguered budgets is credited for creating or saving at least 300,000 education jobs across the country since 2009, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
It also paid for new programs, technology, equipment and supplies.
A Sandusky police sergeant and an officer are on paid leave pending an internal investigation into an alleged dispute after the sergeant's wife allegedly sexted the officer, according to police documents.
The wrong-way driver in a deadly crash that killed three sorority sisters on Interstate 75 in Ohio had medical issues and was not a drinker, her daughter told authorities in state patrol records released Friday.