Monroeville resident and Firelands Regional Medical Center X-ray technologist Elizabeth Downing received a citizen's award from Perkins police Lt. Chris Hilton Nov. 1 at the temporary Township Hall on Bogart Road.
Food brought Dick Kinzel to Cedar Point, but roller coasters took him to the top of the amusement park industry.
(UPDATED with video) An Oak Harbor woman was flown to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo with serious injuries following a car versus truck crash Tuesday afternoon in Portage Township.
Patricia Ferguson, an Ohio Veteran's Home employee, is running for Sandusky city commission for the first time.
Storm troopers, bumblebees, and witches. Dogs dressed up and pumpkins, everywhere. It must be Halloween. Armed with bags of every kind and plastic jack-o-lanterns in every color, costumed or not, Huron trick-or-treaters tromped across neighborhoods collecting their goodies Sunday night.
He likes to trace pop cans and popsicle sticks on poster board, then add bright primary colors with marker to create abstract patterns. Keys, 52, lives in a group home in Sandusky where he shares responsibilities with others. He loves cooking, country music and Burger King.
Some people are so afraid of roller coasters they refuse to get on them.
City commissioners and a festival organizer are inching toward an agreement to keep Ohio Bike Week in Sandusky for the foreseeable future.
Erin Go Braugh. Mardi Bra. Big Bazooka Bra. Enough said.
Area officials keep chipping away at a hazardous paint problem plaguing local homes built decades ago. Workers recently eliminated lead and lead-based paints in more than 200 homes.
Almost 500 all-electric homeowners packed the room at a forum Friday to learn about a new energy company lighting up northern Ohio.
People are struggling everywhere, but Ottawa County has been hit particularly hard, carrying the highest unemployment rate in Ohio in recent months.
Nonprofits throughout the region are scrambling to load up on food, clothes and other items for people who are in dire straits as the holidays approach.
A Vermilion Township carryout is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a smash-and-grab suspect.
Bellevue Meats, on Ohio 269 South, has been custom butchering since opening its doors in December 1980.
Pumpkin guts with a side of ... ketchup?
Yuan Mei Guo could only cling to her 9-month-old daughter and wait helplessly as the flames roared two floors below them.

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