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fremont, OH Residents: Your Future Cats Best Friend Awaits!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to fremont..
🎅Santa and the Grinch take center stage in Fremont-ville event
Good morning, Ottawa County. Any snow that might be sticking to the ground should be gone by this afternoon. Expect a high of 37 degrees with breezy weather. But don't get too comfortable, it should get down to 31 degrees tonight. If you are not familiar with Craig Koerpel, he's...
Special Meeting – Dec 19th, 2023
The Ballville Township Trustees will have a special meeting Tuesday December 19th at 5 pm. The purpose of the meeting is for zoning amendment changes. These changes are available at the Township House as well as on the Website.
The Timeless Charm of Carrothers, Ohio: A Historical Tapestry Unveiled
Nestled in Seneca County's idyllic setting, Carrothers, Ohio, is a portal to the past, offering a unique glimpse into Ohio's rich history. Founded in the early 19th century and platted in 1873 by James Carrothers, this unincorporated community embodies the enduring legacy of its early days. With a multitude of original buildings still standing, Carrothers is more than just a location; it's a living museum where the architectural styles from Greek Revival to Italianate narrate stories of a bygone era. The preservation of these structures not only showcases the craftsmanship of the past but also serves as a testament to the town's historical significance, earning it a spot in the National Register of Historic Places.
Fremont 'Blessing Box' Organizers Seek More Community Contributions
Discover the heartwarming story of Fremont's 'Blessing Box', a miniature pantry created by United Steel Workers Women of Steel local 1915. Despite the challenge of meeting demand, the organizers believe in the power of giving and receiving blessings. Contributions of non-perishable items are needed.
Property Transfers: Sandusky County
The Sandusky County Auditor's Office recorded the following Property Transfers between Nov. 13 and Nov. 15:. Merlin Lane, Lucas and lauren Shammo, to Chelsea Bucklew, $30,000. Ott Street, Terese Zartman, and Randy and Darlene Snydere, to Randy and Darlene K Snyder, $17,333. Ott Street, Steven R. Bender, and David I....
Ken Baker: Experts studying ways to keep Grass Carp from overrunning Sandusky River
Maybe it didn’t catch your eye, but a couple of weeks ago, newspapers across Northwest Ohio reported on a significant meeting at Terra State Community College in Fremont. The Nov. 13 meet-up was a public information session conducted by representatives of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the ODNR Division of Wildlife.
Different view for Clyde girls on basketball court as first-year coach brings new energy
The Clyde Fliers look at each other a little differently during practice in coach Blayze Behney's first season at the helm. “He always comes to practice with energy,” junior Katie Shiets said. “We enjoy that. He wants to play fast, that’s different for us. If the defense isn’t set, pushing the ball you get open looks. He’s a big defense guy, he always says defense wins games.
Today the gas price is close to $2.95 in Risingsun as of 2023-11-29. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.281 , according to AAA.
Mayor Monday: Working together to manage growth in Tiffin
Mayor Dawn Iannantuono talked with Dan Cummins about her unique term as the mayor of Tiffin.
Pontifex offers free Thanksgiving dinner, gives away coats
FREMONT - The Pontifex in Fremont hosted a free Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 21 for those in need. The dinner included turkey, pasta salad, stuffing, green bean casserole, rolls, pecan pie, and pumpkin pie, along with a choice of coffee, juice, or water. About 70 people showed up to enjoy...
Hometown Hub opens new location in Fremont for wellness, healthy meals
FREMONT - When DeeAnn Lento and Danyelle Lantz celebrated the grand opening of Hometown Hub of On Point Wellness on Nov. 16, they were not introducing a new business. Instead, they were announcing the newest location for the nutrition club they have owned for 12 years. Hometown Hub is the...
New Hulu documentary showcases LGBTQ+ midwest families, including one inspiring Ohio gay couple [AUDIO]
Audiences worldwide will get a taste of LGBTQ+ life in the midwest when Hulu premieres “We Live Here: The Midwest” on December 6. The film follows families from the midwest who would like to stay put geographically but face challenges because of who they are. The diverse group...
High school girls basketball: Robinson paces Fremont Ross past Northview
Destiny Robinson scored 22 points as Fremont Ross topped Northview 53-41 in a Northern Lakes League girls basketball crossover game Tuesday. Lyndi Wolf put in 11 points for Fremont Ross (1-1), which led 34-25 at halftime. Grace Krahl paced Northview (2-1) with 22 points. The Wildcats hit 13 shots from the field for the game, 10 of which came from 3-point range. BOWLING GREEN 34, MAUMEE 30
The Bettsville Public Library: Fostering Community Connections and Learning
In the quaint town of Bettsville, Ohio, the Bettsville Public Library shines as a cornerstone of community and learning. With over 22,000 volumes gracing its shelves and a yearly circulation of 33,000 items, this library is more than a source of books—it is the heart of a community that values togetherness and knowledge. The library's significance is magnified by its role in hosting local events, where it becomes a bustling center for residents to engage in cultural and educational activities, strengthening the bonds of this tight-knit population of 1,218.
Fremont's Food Scene: Uncovering Four Time-honored American Cuisines
This article presents a journey through four traditional American cuisines found in Fremont. Have you had the chance to savor any of these yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please share your experiences in the comments below!
Amsden's Historic Train Depot: Preserving the Legacy of America's Transportation Revolution
Nestled in the heart of the village, Amsden's Historic Train Depot stands as a testament to a bygone era, when the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O) was the lifeblood of the town's growth. The depot, once a bustling hub for travelers and commerce, played a significant role in shaping the economic and social landscape of the area. As America's first common carrier railroad, the B&O was at the forefront of the nation's transportation revolution, connecting communities and markets across vast distances.
Lacarne, Ohio: Preserving the Legacy of the Great Black Swamp
In the sprawling landscape of northwest Ohio lies Lacarne, often referred to as the 'Heart of the Black Swamp' due to its pivotal location within the vast wetland of the Great Black Swamp. This immense area was once a formidable obstacle to the westward expansion of the United States, challenging settlers with its dense forests, wetlands, and the diseases carried by its prolific mosquito population. The transformation of this area began in the mid-19th century, as settlers undertook massive drainage projects, turning the land from a natural barrier into fertile farmland, but at the cost of significant ecological consequences.
Whispers of the Frontier: The Legacy of Elliston Cemetery
In the quiet expanse of Powell County, Montana, the Elliston Cemetery whispers tales of the 1800s, a sacred repository of the early settlers' enduring legacies. Surrounded by a landscape that has reclaimed its territory, this historical landmark entices genealogy enthusiasts and historians with its enigmatic charm. The cemetery is an adventure to reach, with paths meandering through private lands and gates, culminating in a solemn ground encircled by an aged wire fence.
Discounts, deals and more: 'Shop Near Home for the Holidays' kicks off in Sandusky County
Fifteen members of the Sandusky Chamber of Commerce are offering special discounts through Dec. 31.