Sandusky NewsCedar Point offering buy 1, get 1 free tickets for President's Day weekend
The amusement park in Sandusky, OH is offering a buy 1, get 1 free tickets deal for President's Day weekend. The deal just started and runs through Monday.Sensational Social Saturdays return to The Commons of Providence
Sensational Social Saturdays have re- turned to The Commons of Providence, and they're back just in time to chase away the winter blues. They are being kicked off in 2018 with two exciting pro- grams for February and March that are free and open to adults of all ages.Skyview camp counselor admits to sexual imposition, faces prison time
Christopher J. Faulhaber, 19, of 1110 C St., Sandusky, has pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to three counts of felony gross sexual imposition, one misdemeanor count of sexual imposition and one misdemeanor count of endangering children. The charges relate to allegations by several boys, ranging in age from 7 to 10, and stem from Faulhaber's time as a counselor in the summer of 2017 at Skyview Ranch, a Christian camp outside Millersburg on Township Road 319.Erie Co. break-in, burglary reports decrease, but drug incidents on...
While reports of break-ins and burglaries decreased sharply last year in Erie County, the area saw an increase in the number of drug-related crimes. The Erie County Sheriff's Office received 18 breaking-and-entering reports in 2017, compared to 43 the previous year.Take Us Along
Shirley Narus and the O-R joined her son, Bob, daughter-in-law, Karen, and granddaughter, Kaleena, at the National Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships in Lawrence, Kan.Fries and Seip tie the knotCouple exchange vows Dec. 30 at St. Paul. Today at
Melissa Maryalice Fries, of Monroevile, and Travis Christopher Seip, of Norwalk, exchanged wedding vows on Dec. 30, 2017, at Norwalk St. Paul Catholic Church. Monsignor Ken Morman officiated the ceremony.Posted On08 Feb 2018
The Kaubisch Memorial Public Library, 205 Perry St., Fostoria, kicks off its annual winter book sale today."2.5 Minute Ride" Recalls a Drug-Addled Trip to an Amusement Park and a Sobering Journey to Auschwitz
Lisa Kron's autobiographical one-woman play doubles as a scalding standup routine and a love letter to her father, a Holocaust survivor. Its blend of black comedy and real-life tragedy demands that its director and star strike a balance between overwhelming scenes set at Auschwitz and lighter moments when Kron jokes about everything from her mother's fear of being photographed to her father's arguably life-threatening obsession with roller coasters.Roller Coasters, Emotional and Otherwise, in 2.5 Minute Ride
Profile Theatre's commitment to producing plays by women and people of color continues this month, in a new double season focused on playwrights Anna Deavere Smith and Lisa Kron. First up: Kron's 2.5 Minute Ride , an autobiographical solo show that packs volumes into 75 minutes with Kron stand-in Lisa .Lottery curse which leaves winners dead or broke
The winner of last month's $559million lottery is pleading with officials to allow her to remain anonymous so that she can avoid the eery lotto 'curse' which has fallen on previous winners. The unnamed woman is currently locked in a court dispute over whether or not she will be allowed to claim her winnings without revealing her name.Artist Julia Christensen reveals Lake Erie's winter magnificence in show at Spaces
Lake Erie gets relatively little attention in winter. In a typically cold season, it turns into a howling white wilderness.Interurban era not without problemsIn 1893, an electric railroad line ...
The interurban era in northern Ohio must have been one of the most interesting and useful times in history. This era was 45 years from approximately 1893 to 1938.Murder suspect argues against extraditionJoshua Stamm, 35, was...
A Florida man wanted for a decade-old murder case in Huron County filed a motion to prevent his extradition back to Ohio for a trial. In May 2017, a grand jury indicted Joshua Stamm, 35, of Titusville, Fla., and two local men for the 2003 alleged murder of Michael Sheppard Jr. whose body was never found.Grow Older But Don't Grow Up
At our latest Jimmy Buffett experience, during our pre-concert warmup, we were standing in the Nashville Margaritaville, and with me dressed in my full Flamingo and Palm Tree suit, I met a woman from Ohio, who saw my Indians jacket I was forced to wear because of single-digit temperatures.This and That - Blizzard of - 78
Flashing red lights shined through our living room window, bouncing off the walls. Looking out we saw Ralph Menke, "town cop" and his wife, Ruth, setting up barricades to keep drivers from going out of town on 634 and 190.Judge says statements of camp counselor admissible
Statements made by a former camp counselor in the immediate wake of sexual misconduct allegations with several of his charges can be used as evidence against him in the resulting criminal case. Christopher J. Faulhaber, 19, of 1110 C St., Sandusky, has pleaded not guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to four counts of felony gross sexual imposition and seven misdemeanor counts of endangering children.