State settles with resident on land dispute. Work proceeds as scheduled on Sycamore Line in $32 million U.S. 250 project
Trustees cite safety issues in banning substance within township’s boundaries
Even after state law takes effect on Sept. 8, city officials said they need time to establish zoning codes, study the law’s impact
Plaintiffs, citing technicality, plan to refile case
Ohio’s high court currently has only one Democrat.
Defense wants judge to dismiss case. Plaintiff requested the case continue in hopes of pinpointing why exactly these pipes today break, crack and fracture.
Erie County prosecutor Kevin Baxter breaks down how his office charges people suspected of causing others to overdose
All charges dropped, including rape, assessed onto Port Clinton resident Chris Shortridge, 32.
Tom Brady said on Friday he will not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block his four-game “Deflategate” suspension, ending his fight in a scandal that tested the power of the NFL commissioner and tarnished the reputation of one of the sport’s greatest players.
Grand jury, special prosecutor determine no “coverup” occurred. No indictments leave how 21-year-old Lindsey man died a mystery.
Penn State coach Joe Paterno was told by a teen boy in 1976 that assistant coach Jerry Sandusky had molested him in the shower but responded that he didn’t want to hear about it and had “a football season to worry about,” according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
Arbitrator upholds termination ruling for former Vermilion communications officer Katie Kovach
Embattled Vermilion police officer indicted on two assault crimes for excessive force
New system allows attorneys, lawyers to digitally submit paperwork to Erie County clerk of courts
Embattled Vermilion police Officer Aaron Bolton’s pretrial appearance pushed back a week to 10 a.m. Wednesday