Feature Story "A Sign of Love" greets visitors at the Jackson Street Pier.

Explore Art Outdoors: Take a walk around downtown Sandusky & Vermilion to discover one-of-a-kind art

Public art is surging across Erie County with the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in Sandusky and the Postcard Project in Vermillion. Local groups have joined forces to bring more public art to the area.

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Wrestling for a Spot in a Man's World

High school junior Ileana Sartor grapples with the emotions that come with being a girl in a male-dominated sport. Sartor is one of four Sandusky High School females who are a part of the first SHS girls’ wrestling team.

Feature Story The Erie County Parking Garage, which offers free 48-hour parking, is an underutilized resource, says Arin Blair, Sandusky's chief planner. The street parking around it comes with a two-hour limit, but, at least for now, that isn't strictly enforced.

Pull in for a conversation about parking in Sandusky with the city’s chief planner

In its quest to be a walkable city, is parking becoming a premium in downtown Sandusky? A city official weighs in.

Feature Story Anita Kromer, Executive Director of Care & Share of Erie County.

Care & Share hopes to help people attain the American Dream

Under the leadership of Executive Director Anita Kromer, Care & Share hopes small actions will reap big rewards for Erie County residents.

Feature Story Rudy leads the way on a winter walk in the woods

Walks with Rudy: A Photo Essay

Retired teacher Tim Fleck uses walks with his dog Rudy to capture stunning images of the local wildlife of Sandusky. 

Feature Story The Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics

#Inclusion Revolution: Sandusky teens unite to bring awareness to Special Olympics and Inclusivity

High school senior Anisha Chopra recounts her time at the Special Olympics USA Games with her Special Olympics partner and how it shaped her to advocate for inclusion. 

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Welcome aboard The Helm

Our crew here at The Helm is excited to have you join us as we showcase the unique culture and beauty of Sandusky, its people and the surrounding area.

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Brotherly business: After returning to Sandusky, Ryan and Chad Whaley Paddle together into ventures

The Whaley brothers see growth and potential in the town they call home.

Feature Story Local teens enjoy Sheldon Marsh on a warm October day.

What To Do on the North Coast if You’re Under 21

Sandusky is a place with many great pubs and drinking events, but it's welcoming to all ages. This is your ultimate guide for how to have fun in the Sandusky area if you're under 21. 

Feature Story Boesch and Faulkner pose with kids at a mobile pantry event.

OHgo: The story behind Sandusky’s mobile nonprofit, delivering hope and meeting needs

Longtime friends have started a movement to put food on tables and smiles on faces in Sandusky. “The O-H stands for Ohio, and the ‘go’ is because we're always on the go."

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Development News

Chill Out at This Year’s Ice A Fair

Buckeye Sports Center Opens Second Ohio Location in Huron

Sandusky Schools Approves Sandusky Aquatic Center Design

It’s Back to the Future for The Original Margaritaville

parkrun Offers Fitness and Friendship to All

Skate into the holiday season at Jackson Street Pier

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