New publisher says the numbers of employees should remain the same.
Luke Rowlinson connected on six 3-pointers as Western raced out to a 42-18 lead in Thursday’s 78-57 win
Junior guard scored a game-high 24 points in the Trojans’ 64-35 win over Monroeville on Thursday
Flyers (8-4, 5-3) limited Big Red to just five points in the second quarter of Thursday’s 78-69 win
Police Officer “David Ditz did a great job” putting out the blaze with a fire extinguisher.
Kaptur backs the House plan to cleanly fund government, with talks to be held on what to do about border security.
Jeff Whitacre will run against attorney and Berlin Heights Mayor CJ Kamm in a quest to replace the current judge, Paul Lux, who won’t seek re-election.
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On the first day possible, many people visit The Forest Sandusky to legally purchase cannabis products.
Main Street School sixth-graders in Jon Kijowski and Amy Martin's social studies classes held their annual "Night at the Museum" event tonight. The students displayed their creations in a museum setting on the stage: Rosetta stones, mummification
Demolition of St. Sebastian church in Bismark took place this week.
Willard woman faces four criminal charges.
Marked lanes violation on the Ohio Turnpike leads to traffic stop and drug bust.
The blockbuster storm, which will hit the Midwest first, is forecast to evolve into an all-out blizzard, cause roads to close and lead to scores of flight cancellations.
Get ready for “The Office” meets “Star Trek.”