1 hr ago
Zinc owners fight eviction
Diane and Gary Ackerman say it was legal for them to end the lease with Zinc Brasserie owners Cesare and Andrea Avallone.
6 hrs ago
Humans can help
If you've tried to buy health insurance at Obama Care's website, healthcare.gov, and failed, you're obviously not alone.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Teen admits fault for Bike Week crash
A 16-year-old Stark County boy entered the equivalent of a guilty plea this week for causing a fatal SUV-versus-motorcycle crash in Sandusky during Ohio Bike Week.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Erie County | Three people hurt in crash near mallErie County | Three ...
Kenneth R. Phillips, 67, of Sandusky was driving south on U.S. Route 250 in a 2006 Ford Focus about 4:50 p.m. when he attempted to turn left into the mall, according to the Sandusky post of the State Highway Patrol.
Runaway teens found in Milan church
Two teenage boys who left a Cuyahoga County residential treatment center were caught Monday in Erie County after being in a Milan church.
Body in basement of Sandusky house fire
First responders to a house fire found a body in the basement Tuesday evening and both the death and the fire are being investigated as suspicious by state authorities.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
House fire on Campbell Street
Sandusky firefighters responded to a house fire in the 2200 block of Campbell St. on Tuesday evening, and the Erie County coroner has been called to the scene.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Municipal court begins collecting fees online
The Mason Road West courthouse recently debuted an online pay system, allowing violators to settle their traffic citations and other tickets virtually.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
U.S. Marshals arrest Antijuan Smith
Antijuan Smith, 40, is now being held in the Erie County jail on charges of kidnapping, assault, domestic violence, inducing panic, theft, menacing by stalking, intimidation of victim and telecommunications harassment, as well two counts of failing to appear in court, and a Sheffield Police warrant.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
History Spotlight: Connecticut once bordered by Pacific Ocean
The land that is now Danbury Township was once part of Connecticut. In 1662 King Charles II of England granted a Royal Charter, giving the State of Connecticut the land between the 41st and 42nd parallel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
Oak Harbor man arrested, charged with sex crimes in Sandusky
A 50-year-old Oak Harbor man is in the Erie County Detention Facility after being charged with several sex crimes.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Marblehead woman was injured in crash
A Marblehead woman remains hospitalized following a crash Tuesday in Erie County.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Inmate attempts suicide
Brett Farris, 45, of Pioneer Trail, survived the suicide attempt and was put back behind bars after receiving medical treatment, according to a deputy's report.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Bar fight ends with stabbing
Two men accused of stabbing another man four times outside a downtown bar early Saturday morning remain incarcerated at the Erie County Jail.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Vermilion man killed, another hospitalized after vehicle, train crash
VERMILION TWP. - " One man is dead and another is in the hospital following a crash involving a vehicle and a train on Wednesday night.
Scrap thieves arrested
Kory Howell, 29, of the 2100 block of W. Lakefield Drive in Huron, was charged with felony theft, criminal mischief and receiving stolen property.
Project Lifesaver tests at the pier
Beth Beatty, Erie County Sheriff's Project Lifesaver manager, holds a receiver as she and Chuck Bille of the Huron Lions Club do a practice scenario in Sandusky Tuesday.
One dead, one injured
A 29-year-old Vermilion Township man is dead and a 31-year-old Vermilion man is clinging to life after a train struck their SUV at a Joppa Road crossing, according to Erie County deputies.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Financial abuse gets deserved attention
According to the Elder Financial Protection Network "Financial elder abuse is under reported and takes place in a variety of ways.
'Pills' likely motivation behind burglaries
Specific details were released Monday regarding a pair of rural Monroeville residents' alleged involvement in a string of recent burglaries.