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Cops find loaded gun during traffic stop

SANDUSKY — Police arrested a Sandusky man, charging him with four felonies — three of which involving a weapons-related offense. Officers leveled the following charges against Washington Street resident Tavarea J. Myers, 24: weapons under disability, a third-degree felony; carrying concealed weapons and improper handling of a firearm, fourth-degree felonies; and obstructing official business, a fifth-degree felony.
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Report: Woman attacks her mother with rolling pin

SANDUSKY — A Sandusky woman faces several charges after she allegedly attacked her mother with a rolling pin. Roosevelt Street resident Jasmine N. Lash, 23, faces the following charges: domestic violence, threat of domestic violence and resisting arrest, all misdemeanors; and assault on a peace officer, a fourth-degree felony. Just...
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BG businessman arraigned for alleged rape

A Bowling Green businessman has been arraigned after being charged with rape. Justin Marx, 47, appeared Monday in the courtroom of Wood County Common Pleas Judge Molly Mack. He was indicted by a Wood County grand jury in September for rape, a first-degree felony; and sexual battery, a third-degree felony.
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$100,000 Powerball Winner in Sandusky

SANDUSKY, OHIO – Jeffrey Myers of Sandusky is feeling the power of a $100,000 Powerball win. Jeffrey matched four numbers and added Powerplay to his ticket for a win of $100,000 in the drawing on Saturday, October 9, 2021. He purchased his winning ticket at Dick’s Drive Thru, located at...
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Rossford man sentenced for assault

A Rossford man who made threats at a businesses and assaulted a police officer has been sentenced. Keith Vore, 53, was transferred from the jail Monday for his appearance in the courtroom of Wood County Common Pleas Judge Molly Mack. He was indicted in May for assault, a fourth-degree felony;...
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Restaurant workers caught on camera retrieving discarded meat from dumpster

MAUMEE, Ohio (WTVG) - Pictures from the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department show what a sanitarian saw after a health inspection Sept 27, 2021, at New China Chef in the Shops at Arrowhead Point at the corner of Perrysburg-Holland and Heatherdowns. According to the report, the sanitarian, “Observed a bowl of...
TOLEDO, OH
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Healthy living includes recovery

BELLEVUE — For many, addiction and recovery services are vital in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For those seeking detox or recovery treatment, the Erie County Health Department works with federal and state agencies and local partners to build trust within the community. The health department has a goal of decreasing...
BELLEVUE, OH
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Birdwatching can boost activity

SANDUSKY — When looking for activities to keep you active in the coming cold months, one idea is to look to the sky. Ohio has been noted as one of the best bird-watching states in the country, and Lake Erie is a bird-watchers paradise. Over 400 species of birds call...
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T.J. Maxx sets opening date

PERKINS TWP. — Commence the countdown for when a department store relocates into a more noticeable spot. Sandusky Mall executives confirmed T.J. Maxx should open from its fresh street-facing storefront by Thursday, Oct. 21. The announcement came on Thursday. Operating elsewhere in Sandusky Mall today, T.J. Maxx takes up roughly...
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Feeding the goats

Fifteen month old Julia Albright, of Toledo, gets a close-up look at a goat with a little help from her grandmother, Sandy Albright, of Martin. The two were visiting Fleitz Pumpkin Farm, Oregon. (Press photo by Ken Grosjean)
TOLEDO, OH
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Supply chain issues hitting local restaurants

The African American Police League is accusing the Toledo Police of promoting white officers over qualified black candidates. Both drivers suffered minor injuries. The donation will help fund STEM education as well as programs in the fine arts and athletics. BG man accused of practicing medicine without a license. Updated:...
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Global supply chain backups impacting local restaurants

PERRYSBURG, Ohio (WTVG) - Supply chains are slowing down around the world, and it’s all leading to an impact at local restaurants. The owner of odd fodder in Perrysburg says the supply issues are random. Sometimes, he will receive an order on time. Sometimes, it will take up to six weeks.
PERRYSBURG, OH
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Tips for winterizing your home

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - It may have felt like summer on Thursday, but don’t let that fool you; winter is coming. Tom Wojciechowski, owner of Wojo’s Heating & Air Conditioning, spoke with us about how you can get your home ready for the colder weather. “I would first recommend you...
NORTHWOOD, OH
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Autumn float

Canoeists enjoy a float on Ollie Pond at Seneca Parks' Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve, south of Bloomville, on a warm and sunny Wednesday evening. Naturalist Angie Ford assists Briana Smith as she gets in a kayak to join an evening float on Ollie Pond during a Seneca Parks canoe and kayak program Wednesday evening.
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Cats available for adoption

ANNA, ARDEN and AUBREY — We have 3 adorable, tiny sisters that are looking for their forever homes! Anna, Arden and Aubrey were born 8/24 and came to us when they were only a week old. Their mama had been hit by a car and these 3 were lucky that a kind man found them and brought them to us!
PORT CLINTON, OH
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Halloween parade planned for Oct. 31

The Penta Rossford High School DECA chapter invites everyone to participate in the annual Rossford Halloween parade on Sunday, October 31, at 2 p.m. The theme for this year’s parade is “Unmask the Fun!” according to Heather Smith-Nissen, marketing instructor and DECA advisor. The parade route will begin at Veterans...
ROSSFORD, OH
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