Arson suspect to be evaluated
Joseph M. Adams, 30, of 4721 Zenobia Road, Wakeman, was in Huron County Common Pleas Court for a pre-trial hearing Monday.
Local man charged with robbery
A former Norwalk man who earlier disrupted the investigation of a suspected sex case is accused of committing a robbery in the city.
The Firelands native and new Deputy Director of the ODNR and Chief of Ohio State Parks traces his success to a humble start as a volunteer and seasonal maintenance worker.
Sex offender arrested during Wakeman traffic stop
The village police department arrested a convicted sex offender without incident Friday on an allegation he failed to register his change of address.
Woman cited in 3-vehicle accident
A Sandusky woman has been cited in connection with a three-vehicle crash last week that sent five people to the hospital.
Fisher-Titus to open north side facility Monday
The $2.4-million project, which officially broke ground on Sept. 10, 2013, includes a 11,762-square-foot medical office building which houses Northern Ohio Foot & Ankle Specialists, LLC and Fisher-Titus Industrial Health Services, Convenient Care, Outpatient Laboratory Services and Physical Therapy Services.
Wakeman police make drug arrests
Patrolmen Kemper and McNulty responded to the residence on a follow-up investigation from Huron County Adult Parole Authority.
Elyria blotter: 14-year-old arrested after altercation at hotel
Elyria police 12:16 a.m. July 27 - Red Roof Inn, 621 Midway Blvd., a 14-year-old Wakeman girl arrested and charged with domestic violence.
Clell P. Jones
Clell P. Jones, 84, of Wakeman, died Friday, July 25, 2014 at New Life Hospice in Lorain.
Yes makes a case for Rock Hall enshrinement with time-capsule Rocksino show
NORTHFIELD, Ohio - The guy across the aisle at Wednesday night's Yes concert grabbed me by the shoulder as the band left the stage after playing the entire album "Fragile'' and asked the question: "How can these guys be doing this for 45 years and NOT be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ?'' he wondered with adrenaline-fueled incredulity.
Defendants held without bond on suspected probation violations
Desiree M. Collins, 55, of 16-C E. Main St., Wakeman, and Norwalk resident Roy L. Staley, 44, of 12 Ford Ave., stipulated Tuesday there was probable cause they violated the terms of their respective community control sanctions.