There's nothing like an old-fashioned food fight to kick off summer in Sandusky.
Sandusky Main Street executive director John Lippus has taken aim at organizers of a new downtown farmers market, claiming the market's name conflicts with a name Sandusky Main Street has used for its years-old farmers market.
Cedar Point CEO Dick Kinzel has described the past year as his toughest in the business.
It didn't get any easier Monday morning, when about 125 unitholders attended Cedar Fair's annual meeting at the Sandusky State Theatre and confronted Kinzel and other executives about resuming cash distributions and other sore points.
Sandusky police are investigating the weekend stabbing of a 24-year-old Sandusky man.
At about 2 a.m. Saturday, police found Tyrone Goudy screaming and bleeding heavily as he laid on the ground outside a home in the 1300 block of Wamajo Drive, Sandusky police Det. John Orzech said.
The formal business of Cedar Fair's annual meeting was boring - the re-election of three board members - but the question and answer session was interesting, as Dick Kinzel, Cedar Fair's CEO, took questions from the audience today at the Sandusky State Theatre.
Kinzel repeated that he plans to restore a cash distribution as soon as he can.
The Sandusky school board eliminated 16 more jobs at their Monday morning meeting.
The district will cut the position of literacy specialist at each of the five elementary schools. Those salaries were paid by the Reading First grant, which is ending.
Even in tough times, the city's police department is pedaling forward.
The city will receive its second round of funding from a U.S. Department of Justice "Weed-and-Seed" grant in four months, allowing Sandusky police to kick-start the bike patrol program and log overtime pay for officers.
Norfolk Southern Railroad is working on the tracks at Mills Street, Campbell Street, and Pipe Street beginning June 3rd and extending to June 18th. These crossings will be CLOSED for the duration until the work is completed at that crossing. Please be prepared to take alternate routes.