Daniel Carson, The News-Messenger

Daniel Carson

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Fremont, OH, United States

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Past articles by Daniel:

Terra State completes master plan for future campus development, expansion

Terra State Community College has unveiled a new master plan for its Fremont campus. → Read More

Fremont tearing down 18 houses as part of citywide revitalization effort

Fremont has received $184,000 in grant funding to tear down 18 dilapidated houses, Mayor Danny Sanchez said Tuesday. → Read More

Fremont police looking for suspect in Oct. 23 shooting incident

Fremont Police are still investigating an early morning Oct. 23 shooting incident that left one man injured. → Read More

Terra State sees jump in early 2023 enrollment numbers

Terra State Community College already has more than 600 students enrolled for the spring 2023 semester. → Read More

Genoa teen dies in crash on Cedar Avenue in Curtice

A Genoa teenager died Friday morning after her car veered off the road and struck a tree in Curtice. → Read More

Clyde man faces 78 child porn and obscenity charges

Leroy Snyder, 45, of Clyde has been arrested and charged with 78 counts involving child pornography and obscenity. → Read More

Crop Circle festival returns to downtown Fremont with Duck Drop

Duck drop, glow kayaking highlight Crop Circle Art & Music Event in downtown Fremont Friday and Saturday. → Read More

New COVID booster shots now available at Sandusky County Public Health

Sandusky County Public Health has the new Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shots in stock. → Read More

Biggby Coffee opens its new store on East State Street in Fremont

Biggby Coffee opened its new Fremont store on Tuesday at 426 E. State St., site of the former Clark gas station. → Read More

Legends Recovery opens in Green Springs

Legends Recovery Center of Ohio opened its doors last month and held an open house at the company's new Green Springs facility Thursday. → Read More

Fremont Rotary serves up brats for teachers, staff members

The Fremont Rotary Club served up free brats and sauerkraut Friday to the city's teachers and school staff members. → Read More

Clyde's Town Tavern making a comeback

Town Tavern in Clyde is reopening under new ownership and plans to open Friday at 7 a.m. → Read More

Officials say COVID surge possible in fall, winter

COVID-19 cases in Sandusky and Ottawa counties stabilized this week after rising for most of the summer. → Read More

Drug task forces seize four kilos of cocaine, $50K in Fremont raid

A joint operation between the Sandusky and Ottawa county drug task forces yielded a major bust Wednesday. A Fremont man faces multiple charges. → Read More

Industrial park agreement between city, county, Fremont Development Corp. in final stages

Lawyers are still hammering out the final details on a new bond agreement for Fremont's new industrial park. → Read More

Fremont Pride celebrates second year with performers, downtown parade

Fremont Pride Festival features entertainers, music and fun as hundreds come to Walsh Park for second annual event. → Read More

Bridge County Bluegrass Band kicks off Hayes Verandah concert series

The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums kicked off its Verandah Concert series Wednesday night. → Read More

School security a hot topic for area districts

School security on minds of district officials in Ottawa and Sandusky counties in wake of Texas tragedy. → Read More

Port Clinton gets $2M in federal funds for historic infrastructure project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded Port Clinton $2 million for below-ground water and sewer line work. → Read More

Sandusky County gets $2.5 million for capital improvement projects

The state's capital budget provided more than $2.5 million in funding for five Sandusky County projects. → Read More