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Almost perfectly equidistant between Toledo and Cleveland, the city of Sandusky, Ohio, is home to over 27,000 residents. It was ranked first overall as the “Best Place to Live Cheaply” in the U.S. by in 2011. One of the biggest tourist attractions in the area is the amusement park Cedar Point, which has one of the largest collections of roller coasters in the world. The city is also known as Tree City USA, as it was nicknamed as such by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Former NFL head coach Jon Gruden and former NFL player Orlando Pace both came from Sandusky.

Population: 25688
Local Newspapers: Sandusky Register
Local Sports Teams: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)
Local Colleges: Bowling Green Baldwin Wallace University of Toledo Oberlin College John Carroll University

Zip Codes associated with sandusky, ohio: 44870 44871
Towns/Cities near sandusky, ohio : Norwalk Fremont Amherst Vermilion Elyria Tiffin Avon Shelby Bay Village

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County woman cited for injury crash in Bellefontaine

A local driver was cited following a two-vehicle injury crash on East Sandusky Avenue near Newford Drive Monday afternoon around 3:30.

Watertown City Council approves hiring of Finn as city manager

City Council members were not swayed by numerous negative accounts that came out about Richard M. "Rick" Finn over the last few days and unanimously appointed him as the new city manager on Monday night. When council members announced on Friday that Mr. Finn would be the new city manager, it quickly touched off a whirlwind of controversy after it became known that a blog painted him as a "bully," along with holding four similar positions over the past 25 years and leaving under a cloud of controversy each time.

Norwalk man leads faith walk in LorainGroup handed out Bibles, prayer ...

Josh Roeder said the faith walk that Martegas Boyd did recently in Lorain was "the most powerful spiritual experience" he has had. Boyd carried an 80-pound, eight-foot-tall wooden cross he created over 1.9 miles in Lorain with other Christians.

Marie Elmlinger and Charles Shultz

Marie Elmlinger and Charles Shultz exchanged wedding vows on July 29, 2017, at St. Gaspar Del Bufalo, Bellevue. Rev. Paul Fahrbach officiated the ceremony.

Photo Gallery: The World's Largest Rubber Duck in Sandusky

The World's Largest Rubber Duck is reflected in building windows as people walk by during the Festival of Sail. People flock to see the World's Largest Rubber Duck and ships of yore, including the US Brig Niagra, during the Festival of Sail Friday, July 13, 2018, in Sandusky, Ohio.

Teen driver cited for city crash

A teen driver was cited following a two-vehicle crash on East Sandusky Avenue just west of Newford Drive Tuesday afternoon around 3:10.

Go ahead a make my day trip -

Are the rising temperatures making you crave a break from your daily routine? A recent AAA travel survey showed more than 2 million Ohioans ventured 50 miles or farther from home over the Fourth of July holiday. Of these travelers, 1.7 million chose driving themselves rather than flying or other modes of transportation to their destinations.

Cedar Fair Reports Slower-Than-Expected Start to Key Season

Shares of Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. were down more than 7% on Wednesday after the theme-park operator reported a slower-than-expected start to the key summer season.

News briefs: Go Green Garden Market slated

News briefs: Go Green Garden Market slated News briefs: Go Green Garden Market slated July 21 in Downtown Fremont. Check out this story on FREMONT - Downtown Fremont Inc. will be hosting its annual Go Green Garden Market on Front Street from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 21. The event is free to attend.

Immigration protest draws hundreds to 'Love Wall'

TOLEDO, June 30, 2018: At least 700 people braved the heat and humidity of a hazy downtown Toledo morning Saturday for a rally in support of the children separated from their families in recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids in northern Ohio, as well as enforcement actions along the U.S.-Mexico border. The rally was held in front of the 'Toledo Loves Love' wall, an art mural popular for photos among residents and tourists alike at 13th and Adams Streets.

Boy, 14, flown to hospital after being partially thrown from...

Dylan R. Popke, 17, of Sandusky, was traveling northwest on Ohio 99 at 6:10 p.m. Friday when he tried to make a left turn into the Marathon Gas Station at 8606 Ohio 4 and entered the path of a vehicle traveling southeast on Ohio 99, according to an Erie County Sheriff's Office report. That led to a collision.

Women detained at Corso's granted bonds in first round of hearings

Seated beside her father and her pastor in immigration court, Yolibel Domingues, 13, leaned forward to hear how much it would cost to bring her mother home. Margarita Eugenio-Delgado, mother of Yolibel and Jos Luis Domingues, 11, has what the government's lawyer called an "adverse immigration history."

Only on 11: Corso's ICE raid teen speaks out

Jimmy Rodrguez graduated on June, 3 2018 and two days later, drove to his summer job at Corso's Flower and Garden Center with his father who was also an employee. On the morning of June 5, 2018, federal agents from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided two of this business's locations in Sandusky and Castalia, arresting 114 undocumented workers, including this Willard High School graduate and his dad.

Vikki Fritz first woman to serve Danbury Police Department

Chief Michael Meisler had no misgivings about hiring Vikki Fritz to become the first woman officer to serve with the Danbury Police Department. "I believe there is a need for females in this business," said Meisler.

Six people take part in the Cleveland Clinic's first three-way kidney transplant

Manhunt for contractor who shot two of his colleagues while working on site at a Kansas elementary school before opening fire at a car wash then fleeing in a stolen truck IT aide to House Democrats cuts deal with feds to plead guilty to just one bank fraud charge despite Trump demanding he not be let 'off the hook' Scott Pruitt asked assistant to find his wife a $200,000+ job and kept a secret calendar to hide meetings which might not 'look good' reveals ex-aide Rare three-way kidney transplant: Six pairs of donors and recipients faced devastation because they were all incompatible - until doctors decided to try a VERY unusual alternative Nancy Botbyl, 56, of Sandusky, Ohio, was diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease, a genetic condition that could lead to kidney failure Neither of them could find eligible matches so they enrolled in the National Kidney Registry in hopes of a three-way ... (more)

TOMMY BOYa Rock Opera?! Dr. Grant has heard the light

"Gentlemen raise a glass to long nights I can't recall," is the opening line to one of the most interesting albums devoted to the film TOMMY BOY you will ever hear. To be fair, it's the only cover to cover album I'm aware of that is devoted to the 1995 comedy classic.

breaking Motorcycle crash kills man, injures wife

A man was killed and his wife injured tonight after both were thrown from a motorcycle when it ran into the back of an SUV in Sandusky. The two-vehicle fatal crash, which remains under investigation, happened at about 8:32 p.m. Sunday on Cleveland Road, east of Remington Avenue, Sandusky, in Erie County.

Elyria man dead, wife seriously injured after Erie County motorcycle crash

An Elyria man is dead and his wife is seriously injured following a motorcycle crash in Erie County, Saturday evening. According to reports, the couple was traveling east on Cleveland road in Sandusky when their 2005 Harley Davidson struck a 2011 Ford escape from the rear around 8:30p.m. The driver of the Harley Davidson, identified as Carl Webb of Elryia, and his passenger Shirley Webb were both ejected from the motorcycle at the time of the crash.

Letter written by Hamilton goes to museumHere are the top stories in...

At the annual meeting of the Firelands Historical Society held here on Wednesday, a letter written by Alexander Hamilton was presented to the museum by Ellen Mulholland of this city. An ancestor of the donor and his brother bought government land from the Indians in three counties in New York State, and the letter, written by Hamilton, was sent to Peter M. Yates, attorney of the Mulholland brothers on the subject of litigation that arose over the property.

Hundreds protest immigration policies at Toledo Love Wall

The smallest speaker at Toledo's "Families Belong Together" rally, Karen Alonso, 8, stood before hundreds of people to tell them her father is a good man. Three weeks ago, he was detained in a workplace immigration raid and she hasn't seen him since.

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