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Calling out the feds
A group supporting families with complaints against Sandusky County law enforcement wants the U.S. Justice Department to investigate Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Kids get history, literature lesson at Tom Sawyer Days
If the kids don't leave Tom Sawyer Days wet and muddy, Sandusky County Parks District Program Coordinator Jeanne Dietrich said they missed out.
Murder suspect faces judge while victim still missing
Authorities are searching for the body of man who they say was killed. Brian Martin disappeared at the end of June.
Southwyck's future depends on next 120 days
Weed cutting crews are sprucing up the vacant property where Southwyck Mall once stood, making the site look good to potential buyers.
Dry but not drought
Dry and cool don't usually go hand in hand but that's how our summer is playing out.
Deadline nears for new Safety Council members
The rebate offer excludes self-insuring employers or state agencies. For many companies, the 2 or 4 percent savings will outweigh the cost of membership in Safety Council.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
for the Record
VANDALISM * 8:33 a.m., a corn field was vandalized overnight in the 3200 block of Sandusky County Road 59. * 9:52 a.m., vandalism to several mailboxes was reported at Ridgeview Condominiums.
Annual bike show set for Saturday
All proceeds will benefit the Community Christmas of Sandusky County. Registration starts at 10 a.m. -- entrance fee is a $10 donation or a new unwrapped toy.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Kaptur implicates Russia in crash
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur said she believes Russia, whether directly or indirectly, had a role in the firing of a surface-to-air missile blamed for downing a Malaysia Airlines jet Thursday over eastern Ukraine.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Opiate task force in planning stages
Sandusky County's opiate task force is still in its planning stages as local law enforcement and public officials gather information on the area's opiate epidemic in an effort to better understand the county's needs.
Ohio AG: Local cases unusual because they're old
Conducting three investigations over a two-year period in one county isn't unusual for the Ohio Attorney General's Office, the attorney general said.
Employees earn recognition for service
The following employees received special recognition as well as a service award: 30 years, Gloria Graham; 25 years, Chris Cook and Judi Simon; 20 years, Nancy Grove and Rita Hoffman; 15 years, Linda Ackerman, Cindy Bilby, Lori Hampshire, Renee Livas and Dottie Richie; 10 years, Jami Hill, Lydia Messer and Millie Woodruff; five years, Krista Hovis, ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Firm hopes to expand with tax credit
Standard Technologies is looking to more than double its workforce and expand into a new facility on Hayes Avenue.
Wear Green Day in August
On Aug. 6, the agency is sponsoring "Wear Green" day by encouraging community members to wear green to show understanding of the importance of child support in a child's life.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Downtown event adding extras
Downtown Fremont will host the Ralph's Joy of Living Farmers Market, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Aug. 2. Items for sale include fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh flowers, handcrafted jewelry and more.
One charged in connection with Clyde car ransacks
Clyde police have made one arrest in connection with numerous car entries that occurred over the weekend.
For the record: Caller says kids throwing eggs at cars
* 11:19 a.m., a minor crash was reported on U.S. 19 in Green Creek Township. * 5:20 p.m., a theft was reported from a vehicle in the 800 block of Sandusky County Road 50 in Scott Township.
No indictment in man's death in jail
A grand jury issued no indictments after examining the 2007 case of an Oak Harbor man who died while in police custody.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
FitzGerald talks education, jobs
The state's Democratic candidate for governor made his first campaign appearance in Sandusky County Tuesday night and listed education as his top priority.
Riders Unlimited needs to raise money
Riders Unlimited has offered therapeutic riding programs for people with physical, emotional and psychological disabilities since 1996, and it is looking to continue its efforts on its 9-acre site through a new fundraising campaign.