Sandusky didn't miss a beat following the seasonal closure of Cedar Point this weekend. Cars filed in and out while filling this week's most popular waterfront attraction and continue to do so as I type this.

(Updated) Emergency officials worked through the night and into Tuesday responding to reports of downed trees and power lines, flooded roads and other Hurricane Sandy related damage. (With video of conditions in Sandusky early this morning.)
Sandy could bring 16-20 foot waves and 60-70 mph gusts to the area, according the National Weather Service. (With video of local wave action)
The following cats are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Erie County.
Police arrested a Sandusky man Wednesday just hours after they found his live-in girlfriend dead in a Follett Street house. (Updated with video.)
Erie Metro Live Steamers mini-train provides big fun
Passers-by helped to rescue a driver involved in a serious crash at Ohio 4 and Strecker Road early Tuesday afternoon.
Perkins police have released a surveillance video of a burglary at a Milan Road Subway in the hopes of hunting down the culprit.
A woman who accused four Norwalk police officers of brutality is now appealing a federal judge’s decision to clear the officers of wrongdoing.
VIDEO The Erie County Humane Society features these cats and kittens available for adoption:
There are few things in this world more dangerous that breaking into an armed ex-U.S. Marine’s house with his family sleeping upstairs.
Sandusky police administrators have ordered an internal investigation into the arrest of a man who led a high-speed chase through the city Friday.
(Updated with video) An accused serial killer and rapist pleaded not guilty to all nine charges filed against him in Erie County Common Pleas Court on Thursday morning.
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) Sandusky police’s very own “Pitbull” punched a suspect in the face Friday in the 1300 block of Franklin St. to end a foot chase, according to a report.

Island life on South Bass Island calms down on Mondays, but a Monday on North Bass Island is just like every other day of the week: quiet.

There is a chill in the air, apple cider is flowing and the screams coming from Cedar Point have less to do with roller coasters than the creatures lurking about.
Two benefit events are scheduled to help Ann Van Nort, a retired Sandusky teacher paralyzed from the mid-torso down after she fell down a flight of stairs in May.

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