Years after betraying the public trust, former Clyde-Green Springs Schools superintendent Todd Helms remains the target of district officials as they fight to collect $300,000 he embezzled.
2:00 PM May 22, 2011
The new director of the Erie County Humane Society says she'll work hard to rally support from donors and volunteers to further the shelter's efforts.
11:00 AM May 22, 2011
A man was pulled unconscious from the water Saturday evening after apparently falling off a dock near Dairy Queen on Put-in-Bay.
11:23 PM May 21, 2011
Golf game got you down? Try shooting at targets to soothe your frazzled nerves.
10:01 PM May 21, 2011
The 150th anniversary of the Civil War has sharpened interest in the Underground Railroad, the network of antislavery crusaders who helped slaves flee the south and make their way to freedom.
2:28 PM May 21, 2011
A recorded 911 call captured the last terrifying moments of Lisa Roswell's life when Cole Creek's floodwater engulfed her Volkswagen Beetle.
1:00 PM May 21, 2011
A motorcyclist who rocketed past an Erie County Sheriff's deputy at almost 100 miles per hour early Friday morning led authorities on a high-speed chase before coming to a crashing halt.
8:00 AM May 21, 2011
Will Roeder took his last ride down U.S. 20 on Friday, escorted by hundreds of motorcyclists who remembered him for his free spirit and courage.
7:01 AM May 21, 2011
A special, early edition of The Sandusky Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to noon today (Saturday) at Hancock and Market streets.
6:49 AM May 21, 2011
Q: Have you heard if Margaretta has expressed any interest in a school merger with any school systems in our area? - Tom in Margaretta Twp.
8:18 PM May 20, 2011
Former Perkins Township police Chief Tim McClung was scheduled to appear at 2:30 p.m. to plea to theft in office charges resulting from his sale of township-owned weapons.
4:48 PM May 20, 2011
Stephen Bertoni, 49, punched through Theresa Buckingham's kitchen window on Broad Street and pummeled her repeatedly in the back of the head because he blamed her for losing his job, police said.
3:59 PM May 20, 2011
Opponents of Ohio's new collective bargaining law say they're nearly halfway to their goal as they gather petition signatures toward putting a referendum on the fall ballot.
1:31 PM May 20, 2011
Ohio's unemployment rate has gone down for the 14th month in a row as the state's job market continues to recover from the recession.
10:20 AM May 20, 2011