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Why is it called Water Street, when it's not on the water? There is a good explanation for that.
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When was the last time you went on a field trip? I had the pleasure of joining my son Payton and the entire Perkins schools kindergarten class on a trip to the Country Lane Tree Farm in Genoa.
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Some Sandusky officials recently flaunted a deteriorated, albeit salvageable, property to Bowling Green State University representatives for a rare research and revitalization opportunity.
Born in Evansport, Ohio, on May 29, 1926, Betty May Grube was the sixth of seven children born to William and Elsie Blanche Grube.
The 11-month-old's condition wasn't immediately available. The infant was flown by medical helicopter from Firelands Regional Medical Center to another hospital.
"She died before they were able to Lifeflight her out," Sandusky police Chief John Orzech said this morning.
Sandusky City Schools is collaborating with Bowling Green State University to open a regional center for gifted students.
First distributed as the Sandusky Clarion on April 24, 1822, the Sandusky Register marches on as the number one paper of record in the Sandusky, Ohio and Lake Erie Islands region.
Sandusky Schools is set to announce today the next step in its transformation plan: The Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies.
On Monday deputies arrested Tracy Smith, 42, of Wakeman, charging her with unauthorized use of a computer, a fifth-degree felony.
Take a ride on Cedar Point's newest ride: The Gate...: Cedar Point's new Gatekeeper coaster is open for business.
The city of Sandusky is full of history. Let's start at the beginning, 1818, when Sandusky was founded, roads and lots were laid out, and the first city plat was drawn.
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