Non-profit organization donated $160K during last three years.
The case is being investigated as an arson, but police are still trying to determine what occurred.
City commissioners set aside $5K next year for repairs as workers examine possible sites for new skate park. Officials plan to work with local skateboarding community in designing ideal facility.
Culvert replacement project near Angry Bull Steakhouse won’t end until mid-December. Commuters urged to continue using Ohio 2 as detour
$720,000 Port Clinton project to replace water and sewer lines.
For Sunday, Oct. 2
Court case for embattled Vermilion police officer, charged with two counts of assault, originally slated to start Monday
Theodore Wadsworth, 75, died Thursday evening on Ohio 101
The world seemed to stop when Fabiola Bittar de Kroon’s former co-worker learned she’d been killed after a New Jersey commuter train crashed through a barrier and into a suburban station, sending debris falling onto her.
Fire chief: Renewal levy would help department continue providing service at no additional cost to residents.
A Berlin Heights man remains jailed after he ignored loud music complaints, threw coffee at deputy.
for Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties
Some 12,000 Ohio doctors are being warned they appear to be violating a 2015 law that requires them to check patients’ prescription histories against a state website before recommending prescription painkillers.
Columbus chief Kim Jacobs says officials have been discussing where Mason will work in the future because he likely won’t be back on patrol.