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56 min ago | News Herald
A light covering of snow in the area slowed fishing efforts Tuesday, but anglers likely will pick up again this week as warmer temperatures move back in.
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11 hrs ago | Sandusky Register
"As you publish the notice for a new city manager and you list the requirements, you should also include in it: 'Women and blacks need not apply.
The Clyde Heritage League had the annual Ohio Local History Alliance Region 2 meeting Saturday at the Presbyterian Church.
"Once the buyer gets in here and really assesses the property, things will move quickly," said Mac Lehrer, Realtor from Hoty Enterprises in Sandusky.
He likes police, firefighters and animals. He takes care of his guinea pig and his fish.
A U.S. Coast Guard station that watches over western Lake Erie led the nation in drunken boating arrests last year.
An area car dealership placed a youth baseball league in the driver's seat by offering up loads of hardball goodies.
Visiting Judge Dale Crawford praised Team Ray, a vendor that provided the "random draw" in October for the Limberios grand jury, saying during a news conference Tuesday the company likely saved taxpayers money by providing an alternative software service at the courthouse.
The presentation is 6:30 p.m. in the Meadowlawn Intermediate School auditorium. It will include giveaway drawings for those who attend, with a grand prize of an iPod, valued at about $230.
Sandusky police were called to the 400 block of Perry Street about 6:30 Saturdaymorning for an argument.
Late last week, Lorain County social workers were investigating a separate sex offense in their jurisdiction, where a 6-year-old girl inappropriately touched a 3-year-old girl.
Edgington's neighbor had noticed egg smashed on her vehicle multiple times in the past, but never called police because she did not know who was to blame, according to a Sandusky police report.
A Sandusky woman told Erie County deputies this week she was held captive for three days and gang-raped in a camper a few years ago, when Ohio Bike Week was still held at the Erie County Fairgrounds.
Two Sandusky sisters involved in a January 2013 shooting at a West Perkins Avenue car wash were sentenced this week for their roles in the incident.