OSU Club Huddle Canceled

The Huron Chamber of Commerce takes pride in supporting and promoting all our local businesses! We are lucky to be a small town bursting with great businesses. In an attempt to create an event for our community, we overlooked the overwhelming amount of GREAT THINGS already happening in our local businesses. Due to our oversight, [...]

Huron Historical Society presents Huron Neighborhoods

From the Old Plat to the Eagle Crest development, a slide presentation will overview photos of homes, residents, sales advertisements, and dates of neighborhoods as our population grew in response to successes in port and auto-related industries and the baby boom. Join the Huron Historical Society on Thursday, September 26 from 7 - 8:30pm in [...]

By | September 18th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Con Agra “Envision This…”

TONIGHT from 4:00-6:00pm

By | September 18th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Fisher-Titus donates physio-control monitors to BG Firelands

Thanks to Fisher-Titus for donating physio-control monitors to our Respiratory Care program! Our students, faculty, and staff are truly grateful for our generous partners!   From Fisher-Titus Facebook: Recently, we were proud to donate physio-control monitors to the Respiratory Care Program at Bowling Green State University, Firelands. Students in the program will use these monitors to practice [...]

By | September 16th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU ranks No. 3 for teaching quality among America’s public universities

Bowling Green State University has again been recognized as one of the best universities in the country for teaching quality by the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education. Read the BGSU article here.

By | September 16th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Young Life cultivates students’ faith

Visit the Sandusky Register page here for the full story.

By | September 16th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Socrates Cafe at the Library

The Socrates Cafe topic for this Wednesday, September 18 is "Can we still converse constructively in a divisive time period?" Join other community members in discussion once a month at 7 pm. No registration is necessary. Click here for more details about this monthly program.

REMINDER – Wednesday September 18 Library Hours

Reminder: The Huron Public Library will be opening late at 11 am on Wednesday, September 18 for staff in-service hours. We apologize for any inconvenience. There will be no 10:15 am Toddler Time Storytime on Wednesday, September 18, but all ages are welcome to come to our 11 am Storytime session. Health Screenings that normally [...]

Board of Education Meeting Tuesday

Join us at the Board Office (located at Shawnee School) for the Huron Board of Education Meeting at 6pm on Tuesday, September 17.

By | September 16th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Homecoming Parade

The Huron Homecoming Parade will begin at 7:00pm on Wednesday, September 18.

BGSU Firelands enrollment increases 9 percent

“The year-over-year growth is the recognition of the value that BGSU Firelands represents — an opportunity to engage a university experience near home, at a fraction of the typical residential experience in the state." Read the rest of the article on the Sandusky Register's site here.

By | September 16th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

ConAgra Envision This Event

Huron City Council and the Huron Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the ConAgra Envision This event on Wednesday, September 18 at the ConAgra site. Developer/Broker reception will be held from 3:00 - 4:00pm. The event will open to the public from 4:00 - 6:00pm. The informal gathering will allow you to walk the site [...]

Chamber Presents -BOOze Bar Scramble

Join us as the Huron Chamber of Commerce presents the BOOze Bar Scramble! Participating Locations - Pier Pub, i5s, Riverview Lanes, Harbor House and Old Fish House KICK-OFF and WRAP-UP at the Pier Pub COSTUMES WELCOME - but aren't required Teams will stop at each location to complete fun tasks like trivia, skill challenges and [...]

Congrats Huron City Schools Hall of Fame Class of 2019

See who is inducted in this Sandusky Register article here.

New STEAM Program at the Library

NEW! The Library's STEAM Team program for Kindergarten - Grade 2 now continues on for tweens in Grades 3 - 6 with our STEAM Team 2.0. Join Miss Melissa at Fabens Park on Wednesday, September 11 at 4:30 pm for our Kick-Off event! Click here to register.

By | September 9th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Huron Library, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands College Night – 9/10

Interested in furthering your education? Attend College Night at BGSU Firelands this Tuesday, Sept. 10. Register and get the details here.

By | September 9th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Strong second half helps Truckers snap Huron skid

Get the game highlights from the Sandusky Register article here.

Building and Zoning Appeals Packet Available for 9/10 Meeting

The Board of Building and Zoning Appeals (BZA) is holding its regular monthly meeting on Monday, September 9th at 6:30 PM (City Hall). The agenda packet has been posted to the website here.

By | September 9th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

City Council Packet Available for 9/10 Meeting

The packet for the next regular meeting of City Council (Tuesday, September 10th, 6:30 PM) has been posted to the website. Visit the City's website here to view the packet as well as legislation, minutes, and audio of previous meetings.

By | September 9th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Buddy Bench Installed at Woodlands Intermediate

Huron High School graduate Ben Nevison spent more than 150 hours making Woodlands Intermediate’s buddy bench, which was dedicated last week. Thank you to Caitlin Nearhood, Education Reporter for the Sandusky Register, for covering this dedication. #huronrproud

By | September 9th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Rio Grande’s Gioffre earns medalist honors at IU East tourney

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | September 5th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Cody Thompson starts season on Chiefs’ practice squad

Thompson, a wide receiver who led the Chiefs with 12 receptions for 108 yards in the preseason, is one of 10 players who will be on Kansas City’s practice squad. That means he will practice with the team but not suit up for games. Read the rest of the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron Schools Spaghetti Dinner

Come out to HHS on Friday, September 20 from 4:30pm - 7:00pm (before the Homecoming HHS and Waite football game) for a Spaghetti Dinner put on by the Citizens for Huron Schools. Dine-in, take-out and curbside service available. Adults - $5 and Kids (under 10) - $3. Follow our Facebook page for more details.

BG Firelands Aca-Falcon Auditions 9/10

When: Tuesday, September 10 from 11:30am - 1pm Where: McBride Auditorium in North Building Prepare 16 measures of any song, or simply just sing "Happy Birthday". If you can't make it, send a short clip of you singing to Jillian Bradley at [email protected]

By | September 5th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Dungeons and Dragons Meet-Up at the Library

Have you ever wondered how to play D&D? Come to the Library on Monday, September 9 at 4 pm to learn how to play or to meet other players. This introductory meetup will help determine future meetings. No registration necessary!e

Construction nearing conclusion at HFD Station 2

Exterior finishes are nearing completion at the Huron Township FD - Station 2 and interior rooms are beginning to take shape. Check out our Facebook page for the latest updates and pictures.

Library Board of Trustees Open Position

Do you love the Library? The Huron Public Library Board of Trustees currently has an open position. To apply to become a Trustee, please send a completed application and resume to [email protected] Visit this link for more details here.

Walmart Community Grant Awarded to McCormick’s Lacrosse

SHOUT OUT to Mrs. Lacrosse - McCormick Junior High Science Teacher: Congratulations! The Walmart Community Grants Team and Facility are pleased to inform you that your Community Grant application has been selected to receive a $750.00 grant. We are thrilled to support your work in our communities and share your desire to provide local impact.

By | September 3rd, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Sound Panels Installed at HHS

Technicians at Sound Solutions of Ohio just finished installing sound panels at Huron High School! With properly treated acoustics, sound in the gymnasium has never been better! Thank you Huron City Schools!

By | September 3rd, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Reminder for City Garbage Bulk Pickup Schedule

*Garbage/Recycling/Yard Waste/Bulk Pickup Schedule Update* Due to the Labor Day holiday, weekly garbage, recycling, and yard waste pickup will be moved to Tuesday, September 3rd. Bulk pickup, which typically occurs on the first Monday of the month, will be moved to the following week - Monday, September 9th.

New playground set to open for Huron students

Check out this awesome playground here through the Sandusky Register.

By | August 29th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

2019 Candidates Forum

Meet the local candidates running for office (Huron City Council, Township, Erie County and Huron School Board) presented by the Huron Chamber of Commerce and the Huron Public Library. All candidates have been invited to come and speak to attendees at the event. This is your opportunity to come and ask questions of the candidates. [...]

BG Firelands Falcon Fund Run Coming Up

Don't forget to register for the BGSU Firelands 2019 Falcon Fund Run Race #3 in the Huron 5K Challenge Series! The Falcon Fund Run is a fundraising initiative for scholarships at BGSU Firelands. All proceeds will provide educational opportunities for area students. The race begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept 7, 2019. Register online [...]

By | August 29th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Library Pop Up Storytime Time Changes

The last Pop Up Storytime of the summer is this Wednesday beginning at 10:30 am. Our regular Storytime schedule resumes next Tuesday and Wednesday. Visit our website for more information on Lapsit, Toddler Time, Preschool, and Family Storytimes. All programs are free and no registration is necessary! 😎📖

Boat to the Browns Scheduled

The City is partnering with the Lorain Port Authority and Jet Express Ferry to Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island & Cedar Point to offer a fun way to head to the season opener for the Cleveland Browns - Sunday September 9! The trip departs the Huron dock at 9:30AM (please arrive 30 minutes early). Pickup occurs along the river wall [...]

Chamber Presents – OSU Club Huddle

Bring your a chair and join the Huron Chamber of Commerce on October 5 for the Ohio State v. Michigan State Club Huddle. The game will be shown on the big screen under the big top on the water. Tailgate begins at 7pm at the historical Huron Colonial (209 Cleveland Ave. Huron) with kickoff at [...]

City of Huron’s Electrical Aggregation Program

Starting this week, City residents may be receiving a letter regarding the City of Huron’s Electrical Aggregation Program. If you did receive this letter, it’s most likely because you are either not currently enrolled in the aggregation program or you are approaching the end of the 3-year enrollment period. In either case, if you would like [...]

By | August 29th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Educational Foundation Gala 2019

Save the Date! Join the Huron Educational Foundation on November 15, 2019 at 6:30pm for its 2019 Annual Gala. Ridge the Wave with the Champions of Learning at South Shore Marine and enjoy live entertainment by local faceborite Paul Franks. Items will be auctioned off and guests can also visit the open bar and culinary [...]

Huron Schools receives $34K safety grant

Get access to the details from the Sandusky Register article here.

By | August 22nd, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Schools installs drinking water stations

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | August 21st, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

U.S. Geological Survey facility proposed for ConAgra

Get all the details from the Sandusky Register article here.

By | August 21st, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

NFL.com article on Cody Thompson

Not just another guy: Chiefs rookie Cody Thompson making strong case to earn roster spot Nate Taylor ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Cody Thompson arrived at Toledo’s campus in June 2013 with the goal of earning a football scholarship. At Huron (Ohio) High School, Thompson was versatile, athletic and talented at just about everything — he [...]

By | August 21st, 2019|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Big leg has former Huron kicker competing for college roster spot

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

Lewallen Awarded Mylander Foundation Grant

Nicholas Lewallen, Huron City Schools student, wrote a grant for Woodlands Intermediate School to receive monies to purchase new microscopes for the 6th grade Science Program. It was our pleasure to announce at the August 20th Board of Education meeting that Nicholas was awarded The Mylander Foundation Grant. Congratulations Nicholas and thank you for your [...]

By | August 21st, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

STEM/STEAM Summer Learning Camp

3rd and 4th grade Students in the STEM/STEAM Summer Learning Camp were given a problem to create a boat that can hold pennies and float. They were provided resources to construct their vessel and given an opportunity to test it. What a great learning experience!!

City Finance Minutes from 8-14

The City's Finance Committee met last night (8/14) to review the first half of the year and to discuss the 2020 budget. Highlights from the meeting include the following: -Review of income tax collections and projections -Increase of the State’s gas tax and its local impact -Capital and debt financing -The 2020 budget process In [...]

By | August 15th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

City Council Minutes from 8-13

The Huron City Council met on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, to conduct the following items of business: - Newly appointed Councilmember John Jones took the Oath of Office. - Council voted to appoint Councilmember Glen Ginesi as the Vice Mayor. - Entertained a presentation from the Huron Joint Port Authority regarding a development proposal for [...]

By | August 15th, 2019|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

HFD Ruggles and Bower Recognized

At the August 13 City Council Meeting, Firefighters Charlie Ruggles and Kevin Bower were presented with the Award for Heroism from the Ohio State Fire Marshal. The award was given for their actions “on May 6th of this year, when personnel were dispatched to a mutual aid call for a vehicle submerged in water in [...]

By | August 14th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

City Seeking Appointment to the Erie County Board of Health

The City is accepting applications from interested residents to serve as the City's representative on the Erie County Board of Health to fill the unexpired term through August 31st, 2023. Please find the application and more information by following the link here. Applications are due to the Clerk of Council by Friday, August 16th, 2019 [...]

By | August 12th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

City Council Agenda Packet Posted

The agenda packet for this Tuesday's City Council meeting has been posted to the City's website (follow the link here). The meeting is at 6:30 PM. There is also a Finance Committee meeting on Tuesday in the Conference Room at 5:00 PM.

By | August 12th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Fall is on the Way to Your Garden Presentation at the Library

In August it’s time to pay attention to what needs to be done in your gardens. Join us at the Library, Thursday, August 8 at 6:30pm. This presentation will give you preparation tips and ideas about what to plant now that can enhance your garden yet this year. How do we prepare our gardens for [...]

Pop-up Storytime at the Library Every Wednesday

Pop Up Storytime and Play begins today and continues every Wednesday from 10:30 - 11:30 am for the month of August. Join Miss Melissa for some reading fun. Pop in and and say hello!

Playground Update from Huron PTO

PLAYGROUND UPDATE: 🎉🎉🎉 It is with great honor and gratitude that we are able to announce that the Woodlands Intermediate Playground Project has been FULLY FUNDED by our generous local charitable foundations, businesses, and community members!!! The community has spoken and once again they have supported our children!!!! Attached below are pictures of the playground that [...]

Huron FD Receives Award

Congratulations to Huron Fire Department for being recognized with the 2019 American Heart Association Bronze MissionLife EMS recognition award. EMS are an extension of our Heart Care Team. We thank them for their commitment to providing better outcomes for patients!

Huron teen gets much-needed kidney donation

Get all of the great news from the Sandusky Register article here.

By | August 7th, 2019|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Firelands Shutterbug Photography Club Meeting this Saturday

Our next Firelands Shutterbugs Photography Club meeting is on Saturday, August 3 at 10 am.This program is for the novice or expert alike. Come to learn from other shutterbugs, and to share successes and failures. No registration required.

New scholarship honors BGSU Firelands graduate

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | July 31st, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Huron fills vacant council seat

Read the details on council's newest member and the upcoming election in the Sandusky Register article here.

Safe Routes to School Project Starts 8/2

Crews are finalizing the construction schedule and layout for the upcoming Safe Routes to School sidewalk project on Cleveland Road West. The project includes installation of a new sidewalk along the southern portion of Cleveland Road West from Rye Beach Road to Jim Campbell Blvd. The project is slated to start in earnest August 2nd and [...]

By | July 31st, 2019|Local News|0 Comments


By | July 25th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Final Forms Available Online for Huron Students

New this year, FinalForms online student registration. Get all the details here.

Thompson trying to stick with Chiefs in training camp

Get all the details in the Sandusky Register article here.

By | July 24th, 2019|Local News, Sports Corner|0 Comments

Lady Tiger Golf Car Wash this Saturday

The Huron Girls Golf Team will be having a Car Wash this Sunday July 28th at Jim’s Pizza Box in Huron from 10am-1pm.  Come out and support the team with your dirty cars!

Huron Althletic Booster Annual Membership Drive July 27

Our Annual Membership Drive is coming up Saturday July 27th. Please consider supporting all of our Student Athletes! GO TIGERS🐯. Check out their Facebook page here for all the information.

School Supplies Available through Huron Helping Hands Pantry

Back to school supplies are available at the pantry for those attending Schools in the Huron area. Stop by during pantry hours if you are in need.

Missing woman’s sister pleads for safety at Nickel Plate

Read the details in the Sandusky Register article here. Both the Huron Pier and Nickel Plate Beach are closed to the public until further notice.

Open Auditions for Caryl Crane Youth Theatre’s Junior Production of Disney’s ALADDIN JR.

Open Auditions for Caryl Crane Youth Theatre’s Junior Production of Disney's ALADDIN JR. Friday, July 26 from 9:00 am - 11:00 am McBride Auditorium BGSU Firelands College Caryl Crane Youth Theatre is holding open auditions for its upcoming production Disney's ALADDIN JR., July 26, 2019, in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands College. Disney's ALADDIN [...]

Register for BGSU Firelands SOAR Program

Admitted to BGSU Firelands? Registration is open for Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR)! At SOAR, you will come to campus to meet with your academic advisor, get a Fall 2019 schedule and a student ID card. You can register for SOAR after you set up your MyBGSU account. Call the Academic and Student Services [...]

BGSU Firelands hires director for inclusive program

Check out the details from the Sandusky Register here.

By | July 24th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Students Recognized at BGSU Firelands

On July 11 at BGSU Firelands Campus, Partners for Prevention of Erie County recognized the two graduated seniors from Students Preventing Abuse & Raising Knowledge (SPARK) youth coalition, Claire Stefano and Taylor Gies for their hard work and dedication to preventing youth substance use in Erie County. Thank you to you both and best of luck for [...]

Library Presents: Americans in a Splintering Europe

Join us on Thursday, August 1 at 6:30pm at the Huron Public Library to learn about Americans in a Splintering Europe. During World War I, thousands of Americans in Europe became refugees desperate to get home. American journalists, in contrast, rushed to Europe to cover the fighting. When the war made its way to the [...]

Huron Garden Club Flower Show at the Library

Members of the public are invited to display specimens and arrangements of flowers and plants. Please refer to the guidelines for entry provided at the main Circulation Desk. All exhibitors need to have their flowers at the Library between 10 am - 12 pm on July 27 and the show will open to the public [...]

Library Presents Space Age Pop

On Tuesday, July 30 at 6:30 pm dust off your old hi-fi stereo and join us as we explore space age pop from the 1950's and 60's with Dr. Dave Lewis, sound archivist at Bowling Green State University's Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives. Listen to some key albums, look at the wild album [...]

By | July 23rd, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Tornado Sirens

The Tornado Sirens are due to waterspouts spotted on Lake Erie and a funnel cloud that was observed in the south east corner of the county. Keep and eye on the sky and be safe.

ATTENTION: K96 Summer Jam Cancelled

From the K96 Facebook page: The National Weather Service in Cleveland issued an excessive heat watch and/or warning for significant portions of Northern Ohio over the weekend. It will be in effect Friday afternoon to Saturday evening. After serious consideration and speaking with Huron Boat Basin Management, due to the extreme conditions, and concern for [...]

Huron Fire Fighters Thank Parade-Goers

Thanks to the generosity of Huron River Fest parade-goers, the Huron Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 4168 were able to donate $886.88 to the MDA of Northeast Ohio through the annual Fill the Boot campaign. For 65 years, firefighters across the country have been “Filling the Boot” for Muscular Dystrophy. The money that is raised funds research for new treatments, [...]

By | July 18th, 2019|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

River Fest Parade

Check out the Register photos here.

By | July 18th, 2019|City of Huron, Events, Local News|0 Comments

River Fest photos

See if the Register caught you having fun at the River Fest here.

By | July 18th, 2019|City of Huron, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Swimming in Lake Erie can be dangerous

Have fun but play it safe. Check out the recommendations from Firelands Regional Medical Center via the Sandusky Register here.

Time Updates: Movies at the Basin

Just as a reminder, the Movies at the Boat basin begin at dusk (typically between 8:30pm - 9:00pm). July 24 - The Grinch (2018) July 31 - The Tigger Movie Aug 7 - A Wrinkle in Time August 14 - Hotel Transylvania Summer Vacation

By | July 18th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Sun and Moon Yoga at the Library

Join us for Yoga on Monday, July 22 at 6:30 pm. The practice of Hatha Yoga helps us to become connected with our thoughts and actions. Our thoughts and energy create our reality, which in turn is part of the universe. This class is for all levels of yoga users, from beginner on up and will [...]

Library Presents – Whats the Purpose of Traveling

Join us at the Library on Wednesday, July 17 at 6:30 pm for Socrates Cafe. This discussion group is open to the public and features a new discussion question each month. No registration required. Come in and keep cool at the HPL!

Huron Tiger Football Leadership Camp

See the pictures and details from the Sandusky Register article here.

Movies by the River Presented by Parks and Recreation

Huron Parks and Recreation will host Movies by the Park on Wednesdays at the Boat Basin Amphitheater. Movies will begin at dusk and are free to the public. July 17 - How to Train Your Dragon July 24 - The Grinch (2018) July 31 - The Tigger Movie Aug. 7 - A Wrinkle in Time [...]

Huron Named Boat Lover’s Paradise by Cleveland Magazine

Check out the article and beautiful pictures here.

BGSU Firelands Pit Remodel Almost Completed

Check our Facebook Page for more pictures and information on our remodel.

Register Now for Junior Explorers Camp Sessions

Junior Explorer Camp, Ages 7-10 - LIMITED TIME SPECIAL:  Register now: only $45/week, per child (Residents) -- or $50/week, per child (Non-Residents).  JUNIOR EXPLORERS CAMP - Ages 7-10 Monday through Friday, 9am - 3pm, for four weeks. Sign up for one week or as many as you choose! Held at Shawnee Elementary School. Pack a [...]

Boat Basin and City to Add More Fireworks in 2019

Check out this summer’s (and now winter’s ❄️) fireworks schedule! Two new shows were added in addition to the Red, White & Blues Bang and @huronriverfest show. August 3 will commemorate the 20th annual All Classics Boat and Car Show and December 7th will be new for this year’s annual Winter Fest. All shows are at the [...]

Fourth of July Celebrations Set for July 6th at the Basin

Join the celebration at the "Red, White & Blues Bang" -Huron Boat Basin, on SATURDAY, July 6th. Entertainment features The Kingbees, 6pm - Rachel Brown & The Beanick Playboys, 8:30pm, and FIREWORKS at 10:15pm!

Why You Want to Join the Chamber of Commerce

Do you know what Huron Chamber does? Do you know what a Chamber of Commerce is? Would you like to be a part of all the great things we have going on? We would LOVE for you to learn more about us and what we do for our members and community! We are the vital [...]

Junior Explorers Camp – July 8

JUNIOR EXPLORER CAMPS begin on July 8th. Ages 7-10, 9am-3pm. Four weekly camps with NEW activities each week--crafts, games, projects and fun activities outdoors and indoors! FUN FOR KIDS AND A BREAK FOR PARENTS...uninterrupted time to work on your "Summer To-Do" list! SPECIAL ON REGISTRATION: Sign-up for first week; second week is 1/2 off Registration [...]

Huron Looking for RFI Bids

The City of Huron is requesting submissions of interest for development considerations on the City-owned parcel located at 508 N. Main St. Please see the attached Request for Interest (RFI) for more information on criteria and timelines for submissions. Submissions are due no later than Friday, July 19th. There will be a Q&A meeting on [...]

Fellowship to Provide Support for Research-Based Service Learning

Congratulations to Dr. Subhalakshmi Nagarajan!! Dr. Nagarajan has found a way to combine BGSU Firelands chemistry classes, research, service-learning and community engagement to produce learning that students will not soon forget. Read more about her methods and opportunities for our students! #falconproud #bgsufirelands Check out the article here.  

BGSU Firelands Offering Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

Turn that associate's degree into a bachelors's degree! The Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies is applicable to a variety of fields, including business, government, event planning, human resources and manufacturing. Our students gain skills in communication and critical thinking with an emphasis on small business enterprise. Interested current Firelands students should email Jenn Buening [...]

BGSU Firelands Pit Renovation Begins

The Pit renovation project has officially begun! The main entrance to the area, near the Pit and Café, will be the primary construction access point and will be closed to all pedestrian traffic next week. The project is expected to take two weeks to complete. Be sure to check back for updates as the crew [...]

Library Presents – Our Place in Space

On Monday, July 1 at 6:30pm join us as we explore the vastness of space to see just how big our universe really is. Take a look at the Sun, the planets in our solar system, our galaxy, and what lies beyond in an attempt to gain some cosmic perspective. Registration required here.

Library Presents Beatrix Potter – A Woman of Texture

English woman Beatrix Potter is best known for her children's books like The Tale of Peter Rabbit. On Thursday, July 11 at 6:30 pm, local actress Stephanie Kramer will portray this iconic figure, and Miss Potter's story should be, as Beatrix would say, "a cheerful jogtrot for a summer evening!" Registration required here.

Huron Schools Offering Leadership Camp

Check out the Citizens for Huron Schools Facebook page for more information and the registration form here.

Second Week of Safety Town a Success

Huron Parks & Recreations put on another terrific program for incoming Kindergarten students. The 8-day planned curriculum program helped familiarize children with the school setting while learning important safety lessons.

Woodlands School is the Place to Be

Check out the Sandusky Register article here.

Register for BGSU Firelands Summer Session

Our second summer session starts on June 24! The third one begins July 8. It's not too late to register! Go to bgsu.edu/summer .

BGSU Firelands Special Advising Events

BGSU Firelands is offering a special advising event for students who wish to get their Fall 2019 class schedule. On Wednesday, June 19, we're offering two sessions to choose from: 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. Each two-hour session will include a group presentation, tour and 20-minute advising session. We will confirm your reservation after you [...]

By | June 18th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Events, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands Unveils Cedar Fair Resort and Attraction Management Program

Just last month, BGSU unveiled the new Cedar Fair Resort and Attraction Management Program. The major prepares students for a multibillion dollar industry in which Cedar Fair — parent company of Cedar Point — is a widely recognized leader. Coursework, taught by BGSU faculty, will focus in several areas, including revenue management, supply chain management, [...]

BGSU Firelands Recognizes Teaching and Learning Center Staff

Congratulations are truly in order for our Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) staff! Brent Fox and Elaine Tomczyk were recently recognized by the Ohio e-Tutoring Collaborative. Brent was named "Most Valuable Tutor of the Year" and Elaine received an honorable mention! Karen Boyd, Coordinator of the Ohio e-Tutoring Collaborative recognizes Brent's "reliability, professionalism and ability [...]

Library Presents – Music of the Spheres

Join us Monday, June 24 at 6:30 pm for Music of the Spheres. Mark Sebastian Jordan, music commentator and published, award-winning poet, playwright, and novelist, returns to the Huron Public Library with a new program about classical music, connecting the topic to the Summer Reading Program theme of space. He will speak about the scientific, [...]

News and Updates from the City of Huron

Interested in getting email updates from the City? Follow the link here to subscribe and get all the latest info!

St. Peter’s looking for Music Teacher

Huron St Peter School is looking for a part-time music teacher for grades K-8. The position requires both vocal and instrumental instructional experience. The candidate must hold a valid Ohio license or Non- Tax certificate. Candidates must have a successful experience in student teaching or classroom teaching, and a clear FBI/BCI background check. A full-time [...]

Huron Library Presents: Steps to Putting Footsteps on the Moon

On Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30 pm join current Solar System Ambassador and former planetarium director Gene Zajac for "Steps to Putting Footsteps on the Moon," as he celebrates the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong putting footprint on the moon and the steps leading up to this accomplishment. Earth rocks similar to moon rocks, a [...]

Stroke Prevention Seminar at the Library

Join us Wednesday, June 19 at 11 am for "Stroke Prevention." Presented by the Kingston Community, this talk provides an overview of strokes, teaching about the different types and the changes in the brain that can result. Learn about the risk factors of a stroke and what you can do to prevent one. Also explore [...]

Huron City Schools Student of the Month for May 2019

Kindergarten John Hartley Campbell Hagy Jillianna Taylor Cora McConnell Third Grade William Ferenczy Lucas Rager Samuel Reyes Adelyn VanSickle Fourth Grade Cayden Drury Jilan Griffiths Katelynn Grubbs Claire Putnam Fifth Grade Ryan Back Katelynn Heidl Margaret Orzech Stella Scott 6th Grade Raigan Balmer Haley Bridiskus Braylon Collier Audrey Dudziak 7th Grade Addison Foster 8th Grade [...]

By | June 7th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Lake Front Market to open this Saturday

We are thrilled that the Second Annual Lake Front Market will be open on Saturday, June 8 from 10am - 6pm at Lake Front Park.  Here's what you need to know. Parking: In addition to street parking, there will be parking available at all public parking lots near the basin & lighthouse pier, Port Huron [...]

City of Huron looking for Executive Administrative Assistant/Clerk of Council

*Employment Opportunity* The City of Huron is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Administrative Assistant / Clerk of Council. The position will provide support to the City Manager's Office and City Council, among other administrative duties. Follow the link for more information including the job description and application instructions.

Under the Light of the Moon: Nocturnal Animals at the Library

On Thursday, June 13 at 6:30 pm join an Erie MetroParks Naturalist for "Under the Light of the Moon: Nocturnal Animals" to learn about the animals you can see by the light of the full moon. We will discover different nocturnal animals that call Ohio home, including owls and bats. There will be animal furs [...]

Genealogy Consults at the Library

Join Connie Beebe from Sally De Forest Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Firelands Bicentennial Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), and Firelands Society Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.) for “Genealogy Consults” on the following Thursdays, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m: June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12 and October 10. There is [...]

Huron High School Merit Roll Students

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Merit Roll for the 4th quarter of the 2018-19 school year. A student must have a 3.2 GPA with no grade lower than a C to qualify. Seniors Hannah Brennan, Nate Elder, Carl Hastings, Hannah Holroyde, Zoe Koehler, Drew Mamere, Mason [...]

Huron High School Honor Roll Announced

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Honor Roll for the 4th quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. A student must have a 3.5 GPA with no grade lower than a B to qualify. Seniors Sienna Andres, Olivia Arthur, Ethan Brisset, Hannah Brunow, Presley Byrd, Maxwell Church, Zachary [...]

McCormick Announces Student Performance

McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FOURTH QUARTER 2018-2019 SEVENTH GRADE To be eligible for the Honor Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with no grade lower than a “B.” An asterisk (*) indicates those students who have earned a 4.0. Maddison Barrett*, Farrah Beach, Alyssa Bender*, Caja [...]

Woodlands Intermediate RC Student of the Year

Congratulations to Nick Rager who was named the Woodlands Intermediate RC Student of the Year. Rachel’s Challenge is program that has turned the story of a tragic death at Columbine High School into a mission for change. Rachel’s Challenge is helping create safer learning environments and making a world-wide impact. The Challenge is a series [...]

Family Stories: Beginning Genealogy workshop at the Library

Are you excited to learn more about your family history? Join us for the "Family Stories: Beginning Genealogy" workshop, on Thursday, June 6 at 6:30 pm, sponsored by Sally De Forest Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Firelands Bicentennial Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), and Firelands Society Children of the American Revolution (CAR). Please [...]

Dollar Tree Opens

Welcome to Huron, Dollar Tree located in the Port Huron Plaza! Congratulations on your Grand Opening!

Lake Front Market Reveals Map

Huron Chamber of Commerce is proud to bring all these talented business owners to Lake Front Park on Saturday, June 8th.  

BGSU Firelands is making chemistry major’s dreams possible

Jayda Jackson serves as mentor, motivational speaker to her peers. Read the BGSU article here.

By | June 3rd, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands aids in trafficing awareness

Shout out to our students from the summer CRJU 3951 class! They are out raising awareness about Human Trafficking at Sandusky Bike Week. #falconproud #bgsufirelands #humantraffickingawareness

By | June 3rd, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Mission to Mars

BGSU student majoring in electronics and computer engineering technology in line for NASA career. Falcon Proud! Read the BGSU article here.

By | June 3rd, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Fall Ball at Fabens

It may seem early ... but NOW is the time to secure a spot for the 2019 Fall Ball @ Fabens League! LEAGUE SPACES ARE LIMITED! Don't delay your registration. Team Registration (sorry, no individual registrations) information is available here.

Congrats 2019 Senior Grads!

View Superintendent Muratori's end of the year message here.

Legendary Huron football coach Tony Munafo dies at 86

Read the Sandusky Register article here

Harkelroad Double Dips, Captures Podium Twice At State Finals

Read the Huron Tiger Athletics article here.

Huron Schools Staff Recognition

25 Years of Service: Amy Wennes, Vonnie Rasnick To view the rest, visit our Facebook page.

By | June 3rd, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

McCormick’s 2018-19 Outstanding Student

Congratulations to Caylin McCormick for being named McCormick's 2018-19 Outstanding Student.

Women Throughout Aviation History at the Library

On Tuesday, June 4 at 6:30 pm join a representative from the International Women's Air & Space Museum for "Women Throughout Aviation History," as we celebrate women's contributions to and accomplishments in aviation history, from Katherine wright to current day female astronauts. Register here.

Sip and Paint Series at the Library

Sip and Paint: Watercolors- Night Scene Select Mondays at at 6 pm (6/3, 7/8, 7/29, 8/5) This summer we have 4 sessions of this popular program to meet the demand! Diane Reinhart, a local artist and painting instructor, leads this watercolor painting class. Complete a painting of a starry night, using the wet on wet [...]

Prom 2019

Miss any of the action from the 2019 Prom? Check out the Sandusky Register gallery here.

Girls 4×1 Record Falls Again, Tigers Send 12 To Regional Championships

Check out the Huron Tiger Athletics article here.

Boys Basketball Youth Camp

Check out the details on the Tiger Athletic Page

May Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars

May Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars Students were nominated by teachers and peers for exemplifying Core Value of Accountability. From left to right.. Ethan Gould from Shawnee, Audrey Dudziak from Woodlands and Lyndsey Harpst from HHS. Bella Ray was McCormick's selection, but was not able to attend the BOE meeting.

Reminder for Early Release

Reminder on the last day of school, May 30, all buildings will release 70 minutes early. Buses will deliver students home 70 minutes earlier than normal, please plan accordingly.

Baseball Camp Coming to Huron

Baseball Camp with the Huron High School Coaching Staff begins on June 10th -- Register now to sharpen skills and have FUN with the "big kids" (Huron HS Team members) helping with camp! More information and ONLINE REGISTRATION link athttps://www.cityofhuron.org/government/departments/parks-and-recreation/programs

Track Camp Dates Available

Time to fly! Register now for Track Camp, June 5-7th. More information and online registration link at https://www.cityofhuron.org/…/departments/parks-an…/programs

Boating Season Kicks Off in Huron

We are excited to kick-off the Boating Season -- a great way to recognize National Safe Boating Week is to take a few minutes to review Safe Boating tips on the ODNR Watercraft website -- http://watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/…/safe-boating-campaign-remin…

Nickel Plate Beach Opens 5/25

Fun times ahead! Nickel Plate Beach "official" opening is tomorrow! Please take a few moments to review posted SAFETY information at the Beach. Reminder: $6.00 daily parking fee; season parking passes also available at the Entry Gate. Throughout the season, Erie County Health Department monitors water with results posted here

Re-Dedication of HHS Varsity Baseball Field

There was a special re-dedication of the HHS Varsity baseball field this coming Monday May 20th, 2019 at 4:45pm. The field will be renamed Campbell - Klein Field in honor of the late and legendary Jim Campbell of Huron, and highly decorated WWII veteran and lifelong Huron resident Dick Klein. Mr. Campbell is well known [...]

Ohio School Board Association Awards Chamber

Huron Chamber of Commerce is a 2019 recipient of an Ohio School Board Association “Business Honor Roll” Award in recognition of our partnership and support provided to our schools by our chamber and it’s members! We are honored and privileged to have such a great school district to work with.

Huron Chamber of Commerce Scholarships Awarded

Huron Chamber of Commerce awarded three scholarships to Huron High School Students. This year’s recipients were chosen by a committee of community members and were made based on each recipient’s personal goals, community service and involvement, and commitment to academics. Congratulations to Casey Scroggins, Olivia Lagando, and Stephen Demos! Congrats and good luck to all [...]

Smith brings multiple perspectives to government, community service

Firelands, Bowling Green campuses are special to alumnus working as a congressional staff assistant for U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur. Read the BGSU article here.

By | May 16th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Justice article wins prize for analysis of Woolson stories

Read the BGSU article here.

BGSU Firelands Announces 2019 Classified Staff Team Award

Congratulations to Deborah Carden, Melanie Didelot and Sharyl Wahl from Academic Career Counseling for being awarded the 2019 Classified Staff Team Award! Read more here.

Youth Sport Camp Sign Ups Available

Don't delay registration in Youth Camps--SPACES ARE LIMITED! The Sports Camp schedule includes Track, Baseball, (Golf is FULL), Tennis, Cheer, Soccer & Basketball Camps -- Plus Summer Day Camps and Arts & Crafts Camp. Details and online registration link here.

MetroParks Bald Eagle Presentation

On Tuesday May 21 at 6:30 pm, join Erie MetroParks naturalist Cheryl Kilmer for a talk about the American Bald Eagle! Discover fun facts about how they behave, what they eat, and where they live! She will also show recent pictures of successful nests throughout Erie County. Registration required here.

Lunch Brunch – Storytime at the Park

Reminder that we have Lunch Bunch on Friday weather permitting! NOTE: If it rains, this program will be cancelled.

Duct Tape the Principal to the Wall

Want to join us in supporting a good cause? We are now in the home stretch and asking for your support in this very important project! Whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. I've included information about Huron PTO below. HOW IT WORKS: The classroom at both [...]

Second Annual Cardboard Boat Races at BGSU Firelands

Read the Register article here.

Student Council Book Drive Benefiting OHgo

McCormick Jr High Student Council is accepting gently used books to donate to OHgo. If you are able to donate you can either send it in with a McCormick student to school, or drop off to the McCormick office. The book drive ends May 24th. If you have any to donate, the student council will make [...]

BGSU Firelands to freeze tuition and fees

Get all the details here.


By | May 13th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Thank You Huron – A Message from the Superintendent

Thank you citizens of Huron: On behalf of Huron City Schools and the Huron Board of Education, I would like to thank the community and countless volunteers for supporting our renewal levy. The district is grateful for the overwhelming support and vote of confidence. The passage of Issue 1 was crucial in providing stability to [...]

Spring 2019 Parks and Rec Schedule

Happy to see some sunshine and busy getting ready for FUN Spring events. Programs and Youth Camps require pre-registration - details here. As in the past, Boppin' on the Basin is Free Admission --thank you to Key Bank for their sponsorship!

All Teams Schedule: Week of May 06 – May 12

Get this week's schedule here.

Tiger Track Teams Honor Seniors At Bellevue Dual

See all the details in the Huron Tiger Athletics article here.

Girls Stall The Truckers, Boys Drop Close Dual At Norwalk

Read the Huron Athletics article here

Gina DeJesus Shares Abduction Story at BGSU Firelands

What a powerful event. Thank you Gina DeJesus for sharing your courageous story. Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | May 7th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

McCormick Junior High Merit Roll – Third Quarter

McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MERIT ROLL THIRD QUARTER 2018-2019 SEVENTH GRADE To be eligible for the Merit Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.00 with no grade lower than a “C.” Kelly Agsten, Mia Boldman, Mackenzie Collins, Brayden Conrad, Simon Cooley, Andrew Delaney, Annabelle Fisher, Ce’Aujanay Grant, Kaitlynn Gwinner, Christian Heidl, [...]

April Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars

Students were nominated by teachers and peers for exemplifying Core Value of Optimism. From left to right.. Ava Hicks from Shawnee, Zai'Yonna Miller from Woodlands and Lanee Orzech from McCormick. Makenna Schafer was HHS's selection, but was not able to attend the BOE meeting.

Shawnee Student of the Month Announced

*Student of the Month* Recently, we had our “Student of the Month” celebration. It was a great time where students were recognized and awarded for being Shawnee role models. Kindergarten Ruby Thompson, Reghan Ortega, Ava Hager, Charlotte Camp First Grade: Mary Snook, Evie Mazur, Mackenna Sheehan, Tae’On Wilson Second Grade: Casey Cox, Colin Schreiber, Bently [...]

After Prom Announced

SBC Runners Up – Girls Track Team

Congratulations to The McCormick Jr High Girls Track Team.....SBC Bay Division Runner-ups! #HuronProud

Huron Swimmers sign with Colleges

Congratulations to our Huron Swimmers Marc Dieter (Grove City) and Rowan Roshong (Vasser)!!! Good luck to you both as you continue your swim career! GO TIGERS!!

New Life Ring Buoys at Ramp

Huron River Boat Access Ramp has two new life ring buoys thanks to Fish Huron. Please Boat Smart from the Start!

Swimming Lesson Schedule Announced

Swim Lesson registrations are now available online here. Class spaces are limited; if a class that you would like to attend is Full, please email your information to [email protected] -- this will allow us to notify those interested (by email) if a slot opens, for first-come, first serve registration.

Advertising at Fabens Park

Fabens Park is one of the busiest places in Huron during season! The Advertising Banner program is a great opportunity to have your business logo and message featured in a family-friendly atmosphere! Learn how easy (and economical) it is to participate here.

BGSU, Cedar Fair partner for new degree opportunity

BGSU and Cedar Fair have partnered for a new degree completion program in resort and attraction management beginning in fall 2020. The program will be taught and led by BGSU faculty. The final two years of classes will be taught in downtown Sandusky at a new 78,030-square-foot multipurpose facility.   Check out the rest of [...]

Huron Schools Looking for School Psychologist

Vote YES on May 7

DID YOU KNOW??? Our School District serves approximately 1,400 students on a $15,000,000 total annual budget. That amount includes everything... supplies, transportation, staff salaries, extra-curriculars, and so on. Vote YES! on May 7th for the RENEWAL LEVY (NO NEW TAXES)!

Girls Smash 39-Year-Old Sprint Relay Record, Place 3rd at Edison Invite

Get all the details here.

Money Matters Presentations at the Library

Would you appreciate the opportunity to ask a local expert questions you have about finances? Take advantage of these programs presented by Serving Our Seniors. This program includes 4 sessions covering a variety of topics. Register for one or all 4 dates.   May 2 at 6:30pm - Understanding the Foundations of Financial Investing May [...]

What’s New in Nutrition – Healthy Eating Workshop Series

On Tuesday, May 7 at 6:30 pm Donna Green, FCS Educator from Ohio State University Extension returns to present on what comprises a healthy diet. We will look at historical changes in food recommendations over the years. You will learn how too much or too little of specific foods can affect your risk for chronic [...]

Huron Educational Foundation website live

Check out the new Huron Educational Foundation website here.

Cellocentric musicians coming to Huron on May 5

Click here for more information on the Sandusky Register

Sandusky Register Readers Choice Awards are Back

Be sure to visit the Reader's Choice Award Nominations and VOTE FOR YOUR HURON FAVORITES!! Click here to visit their website.  

EHOVE to help with skills gap led to welder and machinist shortages

These careers aren’t what you may have heard. They’re vital to our way of life and offer a great career path. Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | May 1st, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

EHOVE Summer Camp Sign Ups Available

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Parents of kids entering grades 4-9:  Start the summer off right at EHOVE’s summer camps!  Register online now! Summer camps are a great way to experience advancing careers within various fields such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and more while having fun and meeting new people. The camps will give students focused, [...]