Local teens help save boardwalk from fire

By Melanie Williamson Residents who ventured down to Main Street Beach over Fish Festival weekend may have noticed the northeast corner of the boardwalk was scorched and marked off with caution tape. This was the result of an evening fire that took place on Saturday, June 9. The fire appeared to have started in a…

Two residents draw attention to plastic problem

By Jennie Pryor, Shore Thing Our “disposable” plastic lifestyle is getting our human health and the entire ecosystem into BIG trouble! Vermilion residents Madison and Kipton Paden attempted to make us aware of the impact plastic disposables by participating in the Recycled Runway fundraiser event in Sandusky on Friday, April 13. They were sponsored by…

Suspect attempts to rob bank, flees on a bike

By Karen Cornelius After a robbery suspect was arrested by Vermilion Police on Monday afternoon, April 16, he commented he was just joking around. However, the entire incident was no joke to Huntington Bank personnel who feared for their lives and to the officers who responded to a suspect that could have been dangerous. According…

Local student dances her way into world competition

By Melanie Williamson For Madeleine Collins, her love of Irish dancing started when she was just five years old while on a family trip to Prince Edward Island. She said they saw a group of about five dancers performing and wanted to know what they were doing. After they returned home, her dad called and…