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Ottawa County has seen its number of overdose deaths go down, but police calls and jail overcrowding are still a major issue. [Read More]
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Ottawa County officials credit DART and use of naloxone with stemming the tide of drug overdose deaths in the county. [Read More]
2 stabbed, 1 hit by baseball bat in fight at State Road Mobile Manor complex in Port Clinton. [Read More]
Defensive problems reappear as Ohio State needs overtime to escape Maryland... [Read More]
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Buckeyes lead only once, in overtime, to prevail 52-51... [Read More]
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Learn old crafts including tin punching rag rug making, and basket weaving with Sandusky County Parks at December activities. [Read More]
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Buckeyes up against a team hoping to catch them thinking ahead to Michigan... [Read More]
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Fostoria man says he has been trying for 2 years to meet with the Toledo Catholic bishop to talk about allegations he was abused by... [Read More]
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Community Roundup: 4 Girl Scout Cadettes earn Silver Awards for recycling dried-out markers. [Read More]
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Miscommunication led to apparent confusion regarding unpaid rent for the concession stand in Lakeview Park, according to city officials. [Read More]
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The Toledo Opera's traveling 'Opera on Wheels' performed Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' at Port Clinton Middle School on Wednesday. [Read More]
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WSOS has changed its name to Great Lakes Community Action Partnership in conjunction with its move into its new headquarters in Downtown Fremont. [Read More]
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The upcoming cultural landscaping plan for the Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial is moving forward. [Read More]
Tuesday Briefs: Candidates Night slated in Port Clinton; free Crop Circle Festival slated in Downtown Fremont. [Read More]
Wheels buzzing and bumpers banging, children got the chance to jump into the driver's seat and partake in a pint-sized demolition derby on Saturday. [Read More]
This past Friday and Saturday, PCHS celebrated its Alumni Weekend, an event held every three years. [Read More]
Trip to Penn State will present the biggest challenge yet for red-hot OSU quarterback Dwayne Haskins... [Read More]
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources dedicated the newly-renovated Lake House at North Bass Island State Park on Thursday. [Read More]
Acquisition of 13.4 acres on Middle Bass Island will protect habitat for birds, snakes and butterflies, and provide recreation opportunities. [Read More]
Cedar Fair LP was fined by OSHA for a safety violation that occurred in April at Cedar Point Amusement Park. [Read More]
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