Saturday Mar 8
Novelist returns to Sandusky
Author Doug Cooper, born in Sandusky and raised in Port Clinton, lived in Norway for several years and has visited Australia, Brazil, Malaysia, Tokyo, Berlin, Rome and Madrid.
Woman gets six months in her role in Put-in-Bay killing case
A Rocky River woman will spend six months in local jail for helping cover up the 2011 killing of a man at Put-in-Bay, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Native author to visit area this month
Upcoming local dates are 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. March 14, Books A Million, Perrysburg; 7 to 9 p.m. March 15, Books A Million, Sandusky; and 1 to 3 p.m. March 15, Books A Million, Findlay.
Time to make the doughnuts, or paczki
Where will you buy your paczki this year: Kiedrowski's, Rudy's, Becker's, Great Scott's, Polish Village, Colozza's, P.O.C., Stan's? It's time to make the paczki, which is the Polish word for doughnuts.
Marina overhaul underway
Major renovations are set to be completed at the end of May for a Put-in-Bay marina.
Ice, Davis-Besse boost winter business
By late December, Lake Erie Vacation Rentals had booked all of its rooms at its downtown Our Guest Inn and its rental condos and cottages.
Get off the ice, Ohio's coming through
The Coast Guard is advising residents of southern Lake Erie islands including Catawba Island, Ohio, that the commercial tug Ohio is scheduled to break ice from South Bass Island to Catawba Island Tuesday morning.
Great Lakes reports strong 2013, shipments up 22 percent
Great Lakes Brewing Co. had a very good 2013. The Cleveland brewery, which celebrated its 25th anniversary, reported Thursday that beer shipments climbed 22 percent to 142,673 barrels last year.
Students get their hands on history
National Park Service ranger Rob Whitman, from Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial, visited Danbury Schools elementary students Friday for the hands-on history lesson.