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With an eye toward upgrading its equipment and improving fire protection throughout the city, the Fremont Fire Department is eagerly awaiting the arrival of its two new fire trucks to replace a pair of its older vehicles.
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FIRE * 7:32 p.m., a chimney fire was reported in the 3700 block of Sandusky County Road 70 in Washington Township.
Greg Gibbs, coordinator of distance programs and recruiting for Miami, will be on hand to talk about the electro-mechanical engineering technology completion program.
Before Ed Farson opened R3 Nutrition Center, 201 S. Front Street, three years ago he said he was overweight and had low energy.
A light covering of snow in the area slowed fishing efforts Tuesday, but anglers likely will pick up again this week as warmer temperatures move back in.
A local teen who was driving during a January crash that placed three other juveniles in critical condition was sent to Sandusky County's Juvenile Detention Center for the duration of his pending case.
Dozens of children -- and a big, white rabbit -- showed up Saturday morning for an Easter egg hunt hosted by Hospice of Memorial Hospital at the Eliza Ramsay Home.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed House Bill 488, which will assist Ohio's veterans in furthering their education.
Events EGG ROLL April 19 The famous White House Easter egg roll traces its roots to Fremont.
"Cats are like potato chips, you can't have just one," reads a sign in Rodney and Diane "DeeDee" Kusic's Oak Harbor home.
Mark Lutheran Worship with feature the Hosana Parade begins at 10:30 a.m. with Pastor Keith Koppenhofer leading the service.
The driver involved in a January crash that landed three area teens in local hospitals will make a court appearance Monday on charges related to the incident.
Ralph P. Buckland, who organized and let the 72nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, became a hero in the Civil War despite having no military experience before going off to the front.