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Perkins police investigate possible sex assault
Perkins police were investigating a possible sexual assault early Saturday morning that happened near a cluster of RVs parked in a dark corner of the Sandusky Speedway property.
For the record: Police note several parking violations
No bail was set. * A 21-year-old Marblehead man was charged with a probation violation and was arrested by the sheriff's office.
Oredev 2013 Trip Report
Oredev 2013 was held on 4-8 November in Malmo Sweden. This was my second time at the largest IT conference in the Scania region - I had been there in 2010 as an independent.
Stop light perishes at Parish
The problem? This past weekend's snowstorm damaged the entire traffic light system at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and West Parish Street, near the Sandusky U.S. Post Office.
Bus passengers take down armed robber Surveillance video from a Metro ...
Areal Flood Watch issued December 19 at 3:27PM EST expiring December 22 at 6:00PM EST in effect for: Ashland, Ashtabula, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lake, Lorain, Lucas, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Morrow, Ottawa, Portage, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Areal Flood Watch ... (more)
Missing man left suicide note
A Sandusky man has been missing since Monday afternoon and left a suicide note saying he was going to jump off a pier.
No arrests or motives found yet in Martin's death, fire
Police still don't know why 86-year-old George Martin was murdered on Dec. 3, but they believe they're making headway in pinning down his killers.
Hospice looks to vets to provide care
An area hospice agency seeks veterans willing to help fellow veterans approaching the end of their lives by connecting through shared military bonds.
Volunteer opportunity to advocate for children
Call one of the following offices to request an application or to inquire about this volunteer opportunity: Tiffin, 419-448-1442; Fremont, 419-355-1442; or Upper Sandusky, 419-209-1442.
Merry Christmas, you're indicted: grand jury indicts 40
Inmate's sister charged for allegedly selling stolen bracelet worth $9,000. Residents of Sandusky, Huron, Vermilion and West Virginia among listed.
'Hour of Code' teaches kids to program
With the push of a button, a robot named LightBot executed her every command, moving though an on-screen obstacle course and illuminating tiles in its path.
Ho Ho Noooo
The holiday season has always been a magical time for me. The twinkling lights, the silence of a snowy night and of course, visiting Santa.
Prancer, Blitzen downtown tonight
Prancer and Blitzen emerged as the winners of the hard-fought Reindeer Games, earning the right to appear in tonight's Reindeer Night, sponsored by Value City Furniture.
Appeals court rules breathalyzer unreliable
An appellate court ruled in favor of a Sandusky attorney Friday, agreeing with Erie County Municipal Court Judge Paul Lux that a breathalyzer machine used by the Ohio State Highway Patrol was not reliable in procuring consistent readings of blood-alcohol content.
Layoffs in city's future
Layoffs must occur so Sandusky officials can offset a $906,000 deficit heading in 2014.
Ex-deli owner sentenced
A former deli owner was the last of three men sentenced to prison for planning and executing a poker game robbery in May 2012.
Amarone restaurant on the move
Amarone Italian Restaurant is moving to the intersection of Wayne and Market Streets, behind Subway.
Heroin users place burden on jails
Some received charges of aggravated robbery or theft. Others are accused of child endangerment and even murder.
Monuments and art under a-hack
Ingress is an augmented reality game that overlays sci-fi story elements over our real world.
Man in wheelchair killed in Ohio crash
PERKINS TOWNSHIP, OHIO: Police say a man in a motorized wheelchair has been fatally injured in a crash in Perkins Township.