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13 hrs ago | News Herald
An Ohio man who was 19 when he made a false distress call that triggered a massive, 21-hour search on Lake Erie must pay $489,000 in restitution to the U.S. and Canadian agencies involved in the needless rescue effort, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
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17 hrs ago | Jaunted
Tax day is here, and you're probably excited...but not because you love sifting through receipts and credit card statements.
18 hrs ago | Sandusky Register
Law enforcement scoped the city Monday, after a report of a man with explosives sent Sandusky High School into lockdown mode at dismissal time.
23 hrs ago | Sandusky Register
The official endorsement came about seven months after local philanthropist George Mylander lobbied commissioners about planning for a bicentennial blowout.
VFW Post 2480 Armed Forces Day Bluegrass Festival is May 17. The event will be at 19 Park Drive.
Monday evening, authorities gave the all clear after searching Sandusky High School following a threat made earlier in the day.
Bill Banks was looking to catch fish, and nearly any kind would do. His main targets, though, were walleye and white bass.
Despite receiving state and federal funds in addition to local fare money, Sandusky Transit Services still needed about a $318,000 bailout from Sandusky's everyday operating budget to negate a shortfall in 2013.
Come April 28 at a public meeting, Sandusky ex officio mayor Dennis Murray Jr. plans to introduce legislation to reduce the number of elected commissioners from seven to five.
Most visitors to party-happy Put-in-Bay don't realize that there is an old lighthouse on the island, one with its own ghosts.
Firefighters and police officers from northern Ohio are planning to run in Toledo's Glass City Marathon on Sunday in memory of two Toledo firefighters killed earlier this year.
The "pig at large" found on Sandusky's west end earlier this week has found a new home - and may soon have a new girlfriend.
A Port Clinton man died early Sunday morning from injuries sustained in a one vehicle crash in Margaretta Township.
Sandusky city commissioners recently voted 7-0 to spend about $40,000 in grant funds for additional playground equipment at the Lasalle Street facility.
After Ward died in 2007, the objects of his affection -- a collection of nearly two dozen 1936 Fords of every shape and stripe -- remained locked away in a barn in Sandusky, Ohio, near the shores of Lake Erie.
Engle strolled into his ex-girlfriend's house around 1 a.m., open box cutter in hand, and threatened to kill her if there was a man in the home, according to a Sandusky police report.