Thanks to local crews, kids in Sandusky will have a new place to spend their summer afternoons.
A new playground is set to open at Shoreline Park by Memorial Day that will be equipped with new age equipment. The area will be able to accommodate a maximum 105 children, have various types of swings, slides, a curved balance beam and a toddler area
A new food establishment has opened up in Huron.
The Rustic Oar Bar and Brill on North Main Street opened yesterday features a full menu, bar, patio, 150-person banquet room and live entertainment. Hours are 11am to 11pm on Sunday-Thursday and 11am to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
New sights continue to dominate Cedar Point’s landscape.
An anonymous donor recently provided several thousands of dollars in labor and materials to spruce up green space next to Butler Street. The upgrades debuted just before Cedar Point’s opening day Saturday and include vibrant and well manicured grass, trees, flowers and other plants, accompanied by a Sandusky sign. The change circles back to a new citywide initiative to clean up corridors so visitors enter and leave with a more positive perception of Sandusky.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed a proposal to legalize medical marijuana in the state.
The fast-tracked bill, that passed on a 71-26 vote Tuesday, would bar patients from smoking the substance but allow them to use it in vapor form and not allow them to grow it at home. House leaders said they expect the legislation to reach to the Governor Kasick’s desk by the end of May.
A woman who could have faced 64 years in prison will possibly be pleading down on multiple felonies.
The Ottawa County Common Pleas Court offered Daisy Silva a plea deal where they would drop six of the eight felonies ‑ all relating to illegal acts involving a minor ‑ and, if she accepts, will be offered probation but must register as a sex offender.