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Past articles by Waverly:

School officials keeping an eye out for new type of e-cigarette

JUULs look like flash drives and are easy to hide, making nicotine use more attractive to high school students. → Read More

The most dangerous intersections in Sandusky County

ODOT data show intersections along U.S. 6 and U.S. 20 have highest risk of crashes. → Read More

Former mayor Overmyer visits every Fremont in America

The former mayor visited 12 Fremonts across the country over a two-year period. → Read More

Clyde's 'Big Latch On' to raise awareness of breastfeeding

In 2018, they're trying to break the record of the number of children breastfeeding simultaneously across the world. → Read More

Study finds minimum wage workers can't afford rent

A new study finds that Sandusky County renters would need to earn at least $10.67 per hour to afford a one-bedroom apartment. → Read More

KidsCollege students make everything from pizza to robots

Computer coding and sign language are just two of the things children might learn. → Read More


The summer camp at Terra State allows children to take courses in robotics, creative arts, cooking, fitness, science, and more. → Read More

Chick-fil-A tops the poll for new chain restaurants in Fremont

After Chick-fil-A, Chipotle, Golden Corral, and Olive Garden were readers' favorites for new franchises in the city. → Read More

Camp Fearless provides space for children to share memories, emotions

The camp offers therapeutic activities, arts and crafts, and recreational fun, in addition to giving campers the opportunity to share emotions. → Read More

Aggravated robbery suspect at-large after running from police in handcuffs

After being involved in a Port Clinton armed robbery, Dominic Perkins fled from Fremont police Sunday night. → Read More

Franchise dreams: Fremont is not a fit for all fast-food chains

Some restaurants thrive in the area but for many franchises the city's numbers don't meet their criteria. → Read More

Get spooked on Friday the 13th at Haunted Hydro

Visitors will be able to meet the 13 scary ghosts that lurk in the Hydro, as well as try out three new escape rooms. → Read More

Judge, attorney frustrated by no-show witnesses in teen murder suspect's hearing

Five Department of Youth Services employees failed to appear in court to testify on whether Elijah Starks, 15, should be tried as an adult. → Read More

The Peach Truck bring sweet, fresh Georgia fruit to Fremont

The Peach Truck makes 240 stops in the six states to provide customers with fresh peaches picked straight from the farm. → Read More

Sandusky County Bucket List: 7 summer activities you need to do

How many of these classic Sandusky County spots have you been to? → Read More

Groundbreaking held for new Easter Seals adult daycare facility

The new facility on Croghan Street is expected to accommodate 40 adult daycare patients with developmental disabilities, dementia or physical issues. → Read More

Officials sweat it out to demonstrate dangers of heat

A commissioner, police captain, and judge were three of the individuals who stayed in their cars for 30 minutes. → Read More

No need to wait until July 4 to celebrate Independence Day

No need to wait until July 4 to start celebrating Independence Day as area events begin early this year. → Read More

New Fremont cafe's will specialize in raw, unprocessed foods and juices

New Fremont cafe the Juice Garden will bring unique take on juices, bowls and salads. → Read More

Firefighters convention draws hundreds to downtown Gibsonburg

The parade was held on Saturday, and featured firetrucks and other vehicles from over 30 different fire departments. → Read More