11 hrs ago
Local driver charged with DUI
A Monroeville driver had a blood-alcohol content level that tested slightly more than twice the legal limit during an Erie County traffic stop.
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17 hrs ago
Woman indicted for grand theft
An Erie County grand jury indicted a Sandusky woman last week for a 2013 incident in which she stole her vehicle back from a repo man, then struck him with it as she drove away.
22 hrs ago
Man injured in crash at Strecker, Ohio 4
Joseph was driving south on Ohio 4 when his pickup crossed the center line, nearly striking an oncoming car before going off the east side of the road and slamming into a tree trunk, then overturning.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Towing service clears wreckage of fatal Turnpike crash
Nearly 50 vehicles were cleared off the Ohio Turnpike following a fatal crash on Wednesday between Sandusky and Erie County.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Downtown KeyBank branch to close
In what is perhaps a sign of the times, KeyBank on Washington Row is closing at the end of May. "KeyBank is consolidating services at your existing branch, Sandusky Downtown.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
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3 killed, Ohio Turnpike shut down after pileups
A multi-vehicle accident in the eastbound lanes of the Ohio Turnpike ties up traffic Wednesday, March 12, 2014, near Clyde, Ohio.
All aboard: Ohio promotes rail growth
A partnership between four Ohio cities with Amtrak stops, including Sandusky, could place them on track to receive millions of federal dollars for station upgrades.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Girl Scouts to host 'Powder Puff Derby'
About 90 Erie County girls, ranging in age from kindergarten to about seventh grade, have entered their cars in the competition, said Kim Taylor, a Sandusky resident who is the co-service unit director for local Girl Scout leaders.
Schell set to replace Grohe
Commissioner Keith Grohe submitted a resignation letter this past weekend, ending his two-year stint as a citybased elected official.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Volunteer Center plans purse auction
The Volunteer Center of Erie County will hold a purse auction fundraiser Friday, with each purse containing a valuable prize.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Roundabout way to improving safety
Officials are considering several ways to upgrade the intersection, one of which involves constructing a modern roundabout,forcing drivers to travel in a counterclockwise direction around a central island.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
For the record: Two transported in injury crash
Two were transported to Memorial Hospital for minor injuries and were released at 5:30 p.m. THEFT * 5:14 p.m., a computer was reported missing in the 2100 block of Sandusky County Road 701 in Washington Township.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Norwalk woman accused of stealing from Ohio Veterans Home patient
Kelli Corder 29, of 166 Whittlesey Ave., is charged with theft and theft in office, both fifth-degree felonies, Ohio Veterans Home Police Chief Gabe Ferencz said.
Ron Rude stepping down in July
The American Red Cross has announced that effective July 2014 Firelands' Chapter Executive Ron Rude will retire from the Red Cross with 39 years of service.
Drug defendant sent to prison for bringing fake urine to appointment
Probation officer: "He wanted to say good-bye to his mother because he knew he was going away for a while."
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Sex offender accused of threatening to kill estranged wife
A convicted sex offender accused of running a massage parlor and prostitution house in Plymouth now reportedly has threatened to kill his estranged wife if she didn't lie for him at trial.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Renovations take log cabin in the woods from cramped to comfortable, cozy home
As soon as they stepped on the front porch of a log cabin in Wakeman in Erie County in October 2011, they knew it was home.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Police: Sex offender threatens to kill wife
A sex offender who allegedly helped run a massage parlor and prostitution house in Plymouth is back behind bars in Erie County after he threatened to kill his wife and co-defendant if she didn't lie for him at trial.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Man avoids jail in dog cruelty case
One of Erie County's better-known animal cruelty cases, involving a German shepherd with a rope embedded in its neck, has ended with the defendant apparently avoiding jail time.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Vermilion residents return home after a major flood
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