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13 hrs ago | The News-Messenger
A local man pleaded guilty to charges related to his involvement with three area minors, who allegedly stole money from unlocked vehicles in early October.
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17 hrs ago | The News-Messenger
All are welcome to attend a performance of "It is Finished" at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Helena.
23 hrs ago | The News-Messenger
FIRE * 7:32 p.m., a chimney fire was reported in the 3700 block of Sandusky County Road 70 in Washington Township.
The Board of Directors of WSOS Community Action Commission Inc. recently approved submitting a proposal to the United Way of Sandusky County for $20,380.
The festival is a free literacy-based event offered to Sandusky County families, providing storytelling adventures in individual classrooms.
A local teen who was driving during a January crash that placed three other juveniles in critical condition was sent to Sandusky County's Juvenile Detention Center for the duration of his pending case.
This Saturday, the family and friends of Daniel Ramirez will gather for a fundraiser at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds.
The Fremont Fire Department released its final report Monday from a November 2013 May Street house fire that killed a 42-year-old mother of six and her 2-year-old daughter.
THEFT * 7:51 p.m., a man reported a theft from his vehicle in the 3100 block of Sandusky County Road 704 in Washington Township.
The Sandusky County Sheriff's Office and Toledo Bomb Squad were unable to identify a pair of suspicious-looking objects Friday night that a motorist described as looking like a possible pipe bomb at a Ohio 53 location.
St. Francis Care Centre Foundation of Green Springs scholarships will be awarded to students who: * Have graduated from a Sandusky County high school.
Ohio lawmakers are planning to introduce bipartisan legislation aimed at strengthening the state's vicious dog law, following the mauling death of a Dayton woman by two dogs in front of her home.
Visiting Judge Dale Crawford praised Team Ray, a vendor that provided the "random draw" in October for the Limberios grand jury, saying during a news conference Tuesday the company likely saved taxpayers money by providing an alternative software service at the courthouse.
When current Juvenile and Probate Judge Brad Smith defeated Brad Culbert in the 2008 election, Culbert said it came as no surprise.