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7 hrs ago | The News-Messenger
Sandusky County Fair Board President Harold Overmyer said a real estate broker representing Kroger contacted him in February regarding the availability of property for purchase at the fairgrounds.
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City officials brought their court consolidation questions and concerns to the Sandusky County Board of Commissioners on Thursday morning, as the county commission continues to mull over possible changes to its court structure.
The program is free and open to the public. The National Weather Service in Cleveland will give a presentation to help individuals identify severe weather and the proper way to report it to the National Weather Service.
When the Blizzard of 1978 blanketed the Great Lakes region, Sandusky County residents were snowed in their homes for days.
Sandusky County Board of Elections voted unanimously Wednesday afternoon to dismiss the petition against Rhonda Damschroder's write-in candidacy for the 88th District seat.
Fremont joined the ranks of four other Ohio cities that earned a place on Site Selection Magazine's Top U.S. Micropolitans New and Expanded Facilities in 2013.
Sunday INCIDENTS * 9:39 a.m., a man reported that his mailbox was vandalized in the 2100 block of Sandusky County Road 241 in Riley Township.
The director of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, John Born, has been dodging questions for weeks about the Patrol's disciplinary practices after domestic violence, falsification and alleged sexual misconduct allegations were levied recently against three Patrol troopers in separate incidents.
A Sandusky County man died Sunday night after troopers say the driver rear-ended an Ohio Department of Transportation truck.
Personnel from several local fire departments battled a chimney fire Sunday evening in the 5600 block of Sandusky County Road 21, according to police scanner traffic.
Joe Michles, who narrowly lost election to Fremont City Council in November, has been appointed to fill a vacant at-large seat.
The search is on for the new Mrs. Sandusky County, according to Emily Stark, the Ohio director for the Mrs. America Pageant system.
The News-Messenger has welcomed two new advertising representatives to the newspaper in recent weeks, as a pair of 2013 University of Toledo graduates joined the staff.