Two Sailor Baseball players signed letters of intent to further their baseball careers at Ohio division 2 colleges.
Prior to our nation becoming a throwaway society folks used to save things – or at least try to save them. When someone wanted, for instance, a piece of property to construct a building, and an old building was on that property it was not a foregone conclusion that the best way to proceed would be to raze the old to make way for the new.
Vermilion City Council met on Monday, April 3, for a regular meeting.
By: Melanie Williamson After an investigated that lasted several weeks, the Erie County Sheriff’s Department with assistance from the Vermilion Police Department acted on a search warrant for a home on the 6700 block of Joppa Road in Vermilion Township on Tuesday, March 28. In the basement of the home, they found 68 marijuana plantsContinue reading “Marijuana growing operation found in home”
Vermilion Photojournal’s entries for special editions won two of the three top places at the Ohio Newspaper Association (ONA) Hooper Weekly Newspaper Awards
In the latter years of the 19th century the people responsible for Linwood Park saw a need for a great hotel along the lakeshore and Hotel Linwood was built.
March 6, 2017 14:08- 300 Block of Elberta: Narcotics complaint. 17:48- U.S.6: Minor two-vehicle accident. March 7, 2017 15:02- 600 Block of Hazelwood: Verbal domestic complaint. 15:38- 5000 Block of Sailorway: Menacing complaint. 17:14- U.S.6: One vehicle accident involving a semi and traffic lights. 20:02- 5000 Block of Ohio: Disturbance complaint. March 8, 2017 14:16-Continue reading “Police Beat”
On Monday, March 13, the Utilities Committee of city council decided to table its ongoing discussion on the Regional Water Study which advised Vermilion to close its water plant …
Vermilion Road Phase I engineering proposal, stormwater inspection draft legislation, and Colely’s Manufacturing request
The administration determined it was necessary to raise water rates by $2 per ccf (100 cubic feet) plus add a new $2 monthly EPA fee for residents and a $3 fee for commercial.