EHOVE Expands

Big things are happening at EHOVE Career Center! Yesterday, they had their official ribbon cutting for their brand new facility. This gorgeous project has 3 brand new kitchens, renovated space for students, and an amazing space for the EMT, Fire and Criminal Justice programs. For more information on this project, visit their website here. Check [...]

By |2020-10-16T17:45:12+00:00October 16th, 2020|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Food Pantry on October 12

In partnership with Huron City Schools, Second Harvest will be distributing FREE assorted boxes of shelf-stable food, fresh produce, frozen meat, milk, and more on Monday, October 12 from 4-6pm. Register HERE This is a drive-thru distribution, for everyone's safety please follow the below guidelines: •Masks are required during registration and while your vehicle is [...]

Absentee Voting Available Beginning October 6

Absentee voting forms can be mailed in or submitted to your local Board of Elections beginning on Tuesday, October 6 in Ohio, but you can mail your absentee or mail-in ballot request form now! If you haven't received an absentee ballot request form in the mail, visit the link below to print one, or call [...]

Safety Ladders Installed at Pier

In an effort to increase safety on the Huron Lighthouse Pier, the city received a grant to cover 75% of the cost to install new life rings and safety ladders. The ladders were finished up last week. Huge thanks to Latanick Equipment for getting the ladders fabricated and installed!

By |2020-09-03T16:02:33+00:00September 3rd, 2020|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

River Fest Cancellation Details

An Important Announcement From Queen Alaina Parkinson, and Committee President William Biddlecombe Regarding The 2020 Huron River Fest. Click here to view the video.

Dine Huron Group Growing

DINE HURON has reached almost 800 Members in less than a weekThis past weekend was the biggest sales weekend for many of our restaurants, since transitioning to just carry out and delivery LET’S KEEP IT GOING! There is no better place to go and find all the menus and specials for our Huron Restaurants and [...]

Vote by Mail Deadline Approaching

VOTE-BY-MAIL DEADLINE IS April 25th to submit the request form. PRINTED FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE HURON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (202 Cleveland Rd W) or on-line per the form below. Take a walk, pick up a form, and vote!! #huronstrong [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Congress, Ohio General Assembly Pass Bills to Help People in Crisis

The U.S. Congress and the Ohio General Assembly have both approved legislation aimed at helping everyone get through the COVID-19 crisis. Here is a listed summary of how the two new laws may affect you -  click here to review the Sandusky Register article.

By |2020-03-31T00:24:17+00:00March 31st, 2020|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Voting from Home Deadlines

VOTE BY APRIL28th...FROM HOME Find the form here or at one of the following websites: https://www.boe.ohio.gov/erie/ Voteohio.gov IMPORTANT DATES April 25th - DEADLINE to submit application April 28th - DEADLINE to submit voting ballot [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

By |2020-08-18T21:57:17+00:00March 30th, 2020|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Firelands to Host Blood Drive

The American Red Cross has an ongoing need for blood product donations. Firelands is partnering with the Red Cross and Cedar Point Sports Center to host a drive. Click below to sign up for the drive at the sports center on April 3 from 11 am to 5 pm. 💉 Only scheduled appointments will be accepted. All presenting donors will [...]

By |2020-03-28T17:11:11+00:00March 28th, 2020|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Thank you to our 433 sponsor – H&R Block

H&R Block - Betti Jo Harmon 412 B Cleveland Rd. E. Huron, Ohio 44839 419-433-2083 Website - hrblock.com Email - [email protected] We Offer Tax Prep Audit Assistance & Advice Bookkeeping & Payroll OPEN DAILY - Tax Pros Standing By - Call the office for information on hours

By |2020-08-18T21:57:19+00:00March 24th, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

COVID-19 Updates from individual entities

Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local! City of Huron - Government Huron Ohio News CDC Huron City Schools https://www.facebook.com/eriecohealth/

Official Press Release for Additional Closures

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 15, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Business, community leaders praise efforts to slow spread of COVID-19 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Leading business organizations across Ohio tonight praised Governor DeWine's recent actions to curb the spread of coronavirus, which causes COVID-19. Most recently, the Governor announced his decision to close bars and restaurants to [...]

By |2020-08-18T21:57:20+00:00March 17th, 2020|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE SCHOOL – Updated with Press Conference Link

Area Superintendents Announce Protocols Regarding Coronavirus Concerns Mr. Todd Boggs - Superintendent, Perkins Mr. Tom Roth - Superintendent, Edison Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders - CEO and Superintendent, Sandusky Mr. Dennis Mock - Superintendent, Margaretta Mr. Dennis Muratori - Superintendent, Huron   Sandusky, Ohio - School officials from the area public schools conducted a press [...]

Huron Student to Compete in State Level National Geographic Geography Bee

Congratulations to Samuel Toldly! 7th Grade Student at McCormick Jr. High will be competing in the State Level of the National Geographic Geography Bee! Good Luck Samuel! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Samuel Toldly to Compete in State Level of the National Geographic Geography Bee The results are in! The National Geographic Society named Samuel Toldy, 7th [...]

STEAM and STEAM 2.0 at the Library

STEAM Team and STEAM Team 2.0 feature new topics this spring! Children and tweens can learn about all things STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) with exciting themes in this series of programs. The first program in the series is Wednesday, March 11 at 4:30 pm and will explore Curious Questions. Click here to [...]

By |2020-08-18T21:57:23+00:00March 5th, 2020|Huron Library, Local News|0 Comments

Dine & Donate – Huron Historical Society

The Huron Historical Society invites you to Dine & Donate at Jim's Pizza Box (Huron location) on Tuesday, March 10 from 4 - 9:30pm. 10% of dine-in/carryout proceeds be donated to the club. Enjoy various historical photos on the monitors while you eat. Booklets and DVDs will also be available for sale.

By |2020-03-04T15:13:45+00:00March 4th, 2020|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Lake Front Market Vendor Applications Available

☀️ 🌊 This warmer weather has us dreaming of summer days. June feels so close, but yet so far away. We can’t wait to spend the day under the sun, shopping homemade goods, and supporting this great community. Vendor applications are still open. Click here to apply.

Celebrate Huron: State of the Community

Once again, BGSU Firelands will be hosting the Celebrate Huron: State of the Community on Tuesday, April 21 from 6-8pm. Updates will be provided from the city, township, library, schools and the Chamber of Commerce. The event is open to the public and more information can be found on the Chamber Facebook page here.

Chamber Presents One-On-One Business Advising

Schedule an appointment with our business advisers. Together we articulate your desired outcomes form the meeting and our overall engagement. We set milestones and provide expert guidance to help you meet those milestones for your business. Open to entrepreneurs at any stage of development (ideas to established). Hosted by RISE Regional Incubator for Sustainability and [...]

Podcasts at the Library

Visit the Library next Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 pm for a program on Podcasts. McKenna, our Emerging Technology Librarian, will walk you through what exactly a podcast is and how you can listen to podcasts from your device, a Bluetooth speaker, or even in your car. Click here to register.

Vote YES on Issue 4

We are asking for your support of Issue 4! A 7.53 mill RENEWAL operating levy will be on the March 17, 2020 ballot for voter consideration. The operating levy was initially passed November 3, 2009. As this is not a new tax, passage of this levy will NOT result in a tax increase to local [...]

Learn about Bee Keeping at the Library

Keeping bees has become a popular hobby. Find out exactly how to keep bees at the Library next Monday, February 10 at 6:30 pm. Rich Brutsche of the Sandusky Valley Beekeepers Association will discuss the art and science of keeping bees in this special introductory program for beginners. Click here to register and for more [...]

City Finalizing the Phase 2 of the US 6 Project

The City is finalizing the design for Phase 2 of the US 6 project. Utilizing traffic data, a computerized model was established to simulate traffic flow with the proposed modification at Center St. and US 6. There are two simulations: AM peak traffic and PM peak traffic. AM Peak: https://youtu.be/76anPX_hcYQ PM Peak: https://youtu.be/vbve5v4MUAA The City will be [...]

Information on the First Energy Solutions Letter

You may have or will soon be receiving a letter from First Energy Solutions offering a competing rate to the existing electric aggregation price offered by Dynegy through the City’s program. The letter references a rate of 4.69 cents per kilowatt-hour for a 12-month period and compares it to a rate of 4.79 cents offered [...]

Station 2 Opens in Huron Township

As of Monday afternoon, crews from Station 2 began to man their new quarters! The new building, by general contractor Studer-Obringer, is a mirror image of the existing building, from the outside. Inside, however, the quarters contain a new kitchen, day room, office and bunk rooms for 4 personnel to allow for growth of the [...]

Save the Date – Coffee Connections with Andy White and Dennis Muratori

Mark your calendar for February 22, 2020, from 9:00 am to 10:00 am, for Coffee Connections with Mr. Andy White and Mr. Dennis Muratori. [Huron, Ohio] Connect over coffee with Huron City Manager Andy White and Huron Schools Superintendent Dennis Muratori, on Saturday, February 22, from 9-10 at the Huron Public Library. The Huron Chamber of [...]

Huron TLC Class Preps for Valentine’s Day

Say hi to the Huron TLC class👋🏼 3 of their students do a great job of representing their class on our Youth Council! They are getting ready for Valentine‘s Day where they will do something nice for all the girls in their school!💌💐 Keep making a positive impact🙌🏼#lead #serve #inspire #tlc

By |2020-02-04T15:06:03+00:00February 4th, 2020|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

McCormick Jr High Merit Roll Second Quarter

McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MERIT ROLL SECOND QUARTER 2019-2020 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.” SEVENTH GRADE Amir Aaron, Austin Brunow, Benjamin Davis, Riley Deans, Janessa Detlor, Brooke Diffenbacher, Emma Gilbert, Alicia Hartung, Jason Lenczyk, Nicholas Lewallen, [...]

McCormick Jr High Honor Roll Second Quarter

McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL SECOND QUARTER 2019-2020 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. SEVENTH GRADE Hanna Abazi, Camryn Adams, Raigan Balmer, Jessica [...]

HHS Bowling Against Old Fort

HHS Girls and Boys Bowling Teams warming up for their match with Old Fort. #huronproud Check out Huron Schools Facebook page here to see all the photos.

Erie County Community Health Center Dental Screenings

Erie County Community Health Center will be providing dental screenings to students in grades K-4.  The mobile dental van paid a visit to Shawnee to do a walk-through with the students. Information, schedule times and forms were sent home with students in grade K-4 and also shared through FinalForms. If you choose to have your [...]

Kindergarten & Preschool Screening: 2020-21

Kindergarten & Preschool Screening: 2020-21 Please share this important message with family, friends and neighbors. Any repost of this message would be greatly appreciated. Huron City Schools will conduct registration and screening for in-coming Kindergarten/Preschool children on March 16, 19 & 20. The screening will take place at the Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St. [...]

City Council Work Session Minutes

City Council held a work session on Tuesday to discuss the following items: 1. Expansion of the lodging tax and creation of a transient rental registration program: In order to expand the lodging tax, Council must first consider a modification to the zoning code to allow for the transient rental of residential properties. Planning Commission [...]

Save the Date – 5th Annual Father Daughter Dance

Save the date for the upcoming Father Daughter Dance. The 5th annual dance will be hosted by Huron TLC on March 20th from 7:30 - 9pm. All Huron School students will receive information on the event in the coming weeks. More details to come.

HMS Runner Up at Bellevue Meet

Great performance again by the HMS Tigers. Runner up as a team - 34 points behind Oak Harbor. Muratory and Wasily were champs of the event. Dennis, Drury, Perdue, Delaney 2nd, Majoy and Bartzen 3rd and Williams and Trevino 4th.

HHS Announces Merit Roll for 2nd Quarter

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Merit Roll for the 2nd quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Students must have a 3.2 GPA with no grade lower than a C to qualify. Seniors Aspyn Bray, Kassidy Brown, Kristian Caporini, Emma Claus, Julian Davis, Nolan Faflik, Hanna Gaudiello, [...]

HHS Announces Honor Roll for 2nd Quarter

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Honor Roll for the 2nd quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Students must have a 3.5 gpa with no grade lower than a “B” to qualify. Seniors Sydney Andrew, Sophia Arambula, Brittany Baumgartner, Trae Bellamy, Lily Boldman, Matthew Brennan, Joey Brown, [...]

Book Clubs at the Library

Love reading? Try one of our book clubs! Each book club meets monthly to discuss a new book and books are selected on an annual basis with input from the group members. To join a book group, visit our kiosk by the Circulation Desk to grab the latest book. Visit our website for upcoming book [...]

Thank you Huron PTO!

The Huron PTO has recently worked with volunteers to set up "Peace Corners," or "Zen Dens," in our schools. Below is a picture taken from Mr. Doughty at Woodlands. We'd like to send a special thank you to those who have donated items to these very effective and important spaces in our schools!  

Congrats to Junior High Wrestlers

Congrats to JH wrestlers placing 3rd in 12 team Norwalk Invite. Shout out to tournament champions H Drury, S Cooley and M Muratori. Way to go team - #huronproud

Caryl Crane Youth Theatre at Junior Theater Festival

Congratulations Caryl Crane Youth Theatre Leaving our fourth Junior Theater Festival with the Best In Music Trophy, the Sheridan Giles Scholarship for Technical Theatre for Ryan Humphrey, Outstanding Performance Award for McKenna Stoffer, Broadway All-Stars recognition for Jake Koba and McKenna Stoffer, Dance Audition Finalists Gabe Omlor, Kelsey Swain, Ans Caylin McCormick, and an amazing weekend of [...]

DEEP – Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Every Wednesday from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm from February 19 - March 25 Brought to the Library by Serving our Seniors. The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program, also known as DEEP™, is an education curriculum designed to help people with pre-diabetes, diabetes, and those relatives and caregivers of people with diabetes to gain an understanding [...]

Podcasts at the Library

Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 pm Come to this program to learn what podcasting is and how to download a podcast to your smart device. Also learn about some popular and entertaining podcasts that you can listen to at home. Click here to register.

Emily Keener to perform at the Library

Sunday, February 9 at 3 pm Live with the FRIENDS of the Huron Public Library presents: Emily Keener. Cleveland-based singer/songwriter Emily Keener is a craftswomen of emotion. Her take on alternative folk is somewhere between Joni Mitchell, Elliot Smith, and Paul Simon. No registration required.

Practical Mediumship with Travis Sanders

Tuesday, February 4 at 7 pm Travis Sanders is an accomplished clairvoyant medium, author and teacher who has been working professionally for over a decade. His work with Spirit has been featured on numerous radio and television programs including CBS & Hay House Radio and most notably A&E's Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal. He [...]

Census Training 1/22

The Library will be opening late for Staff Census Training on Wednesday, January 22. Patrons may still renew items and place items on hold by logging into our catalog with a library card number and a 4 digit PIN. The Library will open to regular hours at 10 am.

Dungeons and Dragons Club

Do you like Stranger Things? Are you brave enough to face a demogorgon? Maybe you just want to escape the harsh realities of winter? Join our new Dungeons & Dragons Club! Dungeon Master Clay welcomes both D&D beginners and experts. Snacks are also provided. For teens in Grades 7 - 12. The next club meeting [...]

Birding Using Technology with Holly and Paul

Love birding? Learn how to bird even better with the help of some amazing birding websites and apps! Visit the Library for these Birding Using Technology programs. Come to one or all three! Session 1: Tuesday, January 28 Holly Lynn and Paul Sherwood will show you how to set up an account on eBird, how [...]

Literacy Backpacks at the Library

Did you know that you can check out Literacy Backpacks from the Library? The Library currently lends out Literacy Backpacks for Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 2. Each backpack is filled with games and other fun activities designed to help children practice important reading skills. The loan period is three weeks and the backpacks come [...]

Saturday Indoor Soccer at the Woodlands

2020 Indoor Soccer SATURDAY LEAGUE @ Woodlands begins Jan. 18th -- with Huron High School Coaches and Players! Grades 1-2 at Noon-1pm. Grades 3-4 at 1:15-2:30pm. Grades 5-7 at 2:45-4pm. Openings available -- register online here.

HURON-OPOLY is Back!

🔊IT'S BACK...ROLL THE DICE!! 🎲 🎲 🔜Get your space on HURON-OPOLY! 🔙 Click here to get the application. ‼️Limited spaces available on 500 Boards that will be sold throughout Huron‼️ Must be a Huron Chamber of Commerce Member. If not, we invite to request information and become one.

Unfinished Business/ Jump Start Knitting

Visit the Library for Unfinished Business/ Jump Start Knitting. Barbara Wilson leads this popular walk-in program for knitters of all levels on select Tuesdays, January 14, 21, 28, February 4, and 11 from 6:30 - 8 pm. This program provides one-on-one guidance for those who have hit a snag in their most recent project and [...]

Storytime Winter Session 2 at the Library

Don't forget: Storytimes with Miss Melissa and Miss Vicki begin again this week. This second winter session is from January 14 - February 12. All programs are free and no registration is required. Visit our website (click here) to find the perfect Storytime for your family.

How to Use Apps at the Library

There is still time to register for How to Use Apps this Thursday, January 16 at 6:30 pm. Learn about free Library apps like Libby, Hoopla, and Lynda, as well as some other useful apps for your smart devices. Click here to register

Library Spring Cleaning Underway

The Library is doing some early Spring cleaning and we have some items that need to go! We are now accepting donations for seven 3' x 6' folding, white tables and two 4' x 10' white boards. You choose the price to pay and all proceeds go to the Friends of the Library. Transportation of [...]

New Orange Line for BGSU Firelands is Now Running

Oh hey there, BGSU Firelands 👋 Our new Orange Line is now running service from Downtown Sandusky to BGSU Firelands via Cleveland Rd. The line runs every hour M-F from 6:30am-10:30pm.

Save the Date and Register Now for the John Sands 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

REGISTER NOW FOR THE JOHN SANDS 3-ON-3 MEMORIAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT! SPACE IS LIMITED! Tournament date: Saturday April 4, 2020 at 9 a.m. Open to all former BGSU, BGSU Firelands, students, alumni, faculty & staff! Cost is $15.00 for current BGSU students or $20.00 for all others. Registration Deadline: March 4, 2020 Register by contacting Mike [...]

Superintendent Student Cabinet Plans Second Mental Health Awareness Day

Huron Superintendents Student Cabinet planning for the second Mental Awareness Day at HHS. Great dialogue and collaboration. #huronproud

City of Huron Online Checkbook Portal LIVE

The City of Huron's online checkbook portal is officially live. The link is posted to the Finance Department's page on the City's website and also below in this post. Link to online checkbook: https://huron.ohiocheckbook.com/transparency#/ Press Release from the State Treasurer: http://ohiotreasurer.gov/News/17256

Information on the City of Huron’s Contract with Buckeye

In 2002, the City adopted Ordinance 2002-27 establishing a franchise agreement with Buckeye Cablesystems. The franchise agreement granted Buckeye Cable the ability to utilize the City’s right-of-way for installation of the necessary infrastructure to deploy a cable video and internet utility. In exchange for use of the city’s right-of-way, the City established a franchise fee [...]

Saturday Youth Enrichment at EHOVE

Fun programs for 1st-9th graders on Saturdays in February at EHOVE - Sign up now! 👍⭐️ Registration is now open for EHOVE’s mega-popular Saturday Youth Enrichment programs.  Designed for 1st-9th graders (and a few for adults!), classes will be on Saturday mornings in February and will include:  carpentry, mechanics, pet care, vehicle painting, first responders, teaching, [...]

Winter Yoga at the Boat Basin

2020 Indoor Yoga begins this evening! Tuesday evenings, 6-7pm, at the Huron Boat Basin Marina Building. Accommodates all skill levels--beginners welcome! Arrive about 10 minutes early on any Tuesday evening to register at class, or register online -- more information click here.

Kindness Campaign Continues Through Saturday at the Library

You still have time to participate in our January Kindness Campaign. This week (until January 11) the Library is partnering with local businesses for a Kindness Campaign. Visit our YA area and grab some ideas for spreading kindness in your community. We are also collecting donations of non-perishable food items and winter items like coats, [...]

Next Lego Builders Club Scheduled

There are still a few spots left in this month's LEGO Builders Club for Kindergarten through Grade 6. Visit the Library on Thursday, January 9 at 4:30 pm for some LEGO fun! Click here to register.

Upcoming Teen Library Council Meeting

Are you a teen with ideas to change your community? Join the Teen Library Council at the Library. The next meeting is Sunday, January 12 at 3 pm. No registration required. Click here to learn more or to sign up.

2020 Welcome from Parks and Rec

Active lifestyles contribute so much to our well being. Start the New Year with a few positive steps -- check out Parks & Rec Fitness opportunities, like Walking at Woodlands, Indoor Yoga at the Boat Basin Marina building and Youth Indoor Soccer to keep kids active and happy over the winter season! Click here to [...]

Sunday Family Movie: Abominable

Sunday, January 12 at 2:30 pm Suggested for families of children age 4 and older. Need something fun to add to your family’s calendar? Come to the Library for a special viewing of Abominable. Cool treats and beverages will be served. Registration encouraged - Click here to sign up

Birding with Technology with Holly & Paul

Select Tuesdays at 6:30 pm Session 1: Tuesday, January 28 Holly Lynn and Paul Sherwood will show you how to set up an account on eBird, how to keep track of your birding life list, and how to post your birding lists for others on the website to see. Session 2: Tuesday, February 11 In [...]

Teen Photography Club Introductory Meeting

Introductory Meeting: Saturday, January 11 at 10 am For Grades 7 - 12. Future dates to be determined by the group. Teens are invited to an introductory meeting about the start of a new photography club just for teens! Teens can come to learn the fundamentals of digital photography. This program covers how to use [...]

Tech Connect with McKenna and Holly

Select Thursdays in January and February from 3 - 4 pm - January 9 - January 23 - February 13 - February 27 Come to these drop-in sessions and let McKenna and Holly help you with your technology needs. Ask how to use and download apps, how to download books to your smart device, how [...]

Zumbini Back at the Library

Tuesday, January 7 at 2 pm and Wednesday, January 8 at 2 pm Suggested for children ages 2½ and older. Created by Zumba® and BabyFirst, Zumbini® programs combines music, dance, and educational tools for learning, bonding, and fun! Licensed Zumbini instructor Patti Sebolt is back in the Library to lead this exciting class. Registration encouraged- [...]

What Really Happened to the Edmund Fitzgerald

Join us at the Library on Monday, January 13 at 7 pm to explore several of the prevailing theories on the loss of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The ship had an exciting life during the 18 years that it sailed, often carrying record breaking loads. The ship's loss on November 10, 1975 still puzzles many to [...]

Brief History of Yoga offered at the Library

Traditional Foundations to Modern Styles Thursday, January 9 at 6:30 pm Join Brian from Open Way Yoga as he helps us understand the history of yoga. This class is structured for all levels. Please bring a yoga mat or towel. Registration required - click here to sign up

Huron JH Wrestling Places 6th

Congrats to Huron JH wrestling team placing 6 out of 16 teams at Vermilion Duals Holiday Classic. Many individual accomplishments resulting in Team Success - #huronproud

BGSU/Cedar Point Building Breaking Ground in Sandusky

In April, the long anticipated Bowling Green State University/ Cedar Point building, broke ground on the corner of Hancock and Market streets in downtown Sandusky. This summer, we will welcome students to the Resort and Attraction Management Program and watch this unique degree and partnership unfold. Today, we see the 4th floor taking shape. #countdownto2020  

New Year, New BGSU Firelands

New year, new BGSU Firelands. We’re ringing in the new year with a new version of ourselves, and we want to give you the opportunity to apply for FREE! Rediscover the BGSU Firelands in your backyard, as we shape our community's future with career-ready programs that are affordable, convenient and close to home. Now until [...]

Firelands Shutterbugs Club at the Library

The Firelands Shutterbugs Photography Club meets once a month at the Library on select Saturdays. All members of the public are welcome to come and share tips, successes, and failures. The next meeting is on Saturday, January 4 at 10 am. Visit our website for more dates. No registration required.

Updated Holiday Hours at the Library

Happy Holidays from the Huron Public Library. Reminder: The Library will be CLOSED for the holidays on Tuesday, December 24 and Wednesday, December 25. We will also be CLOSED for New Year's on Tuesday, December 31 and Wednesday, January 1. No items will be due on these days. The outdoor drive-up book drops will be [...]

Don’t Forget to Sign Up for Indoor Soccer

It's an incredibly busy time of year -- just a quick reminder to register for YOUTH INDOOR SOCCER. Enrollment is limited, so now is the time to secure your spot! The good news is that you can accomplish this task online, from home, cozy in your Santa PJ's - https://huron.recdesk.com/Community/Home

Tiger Football named All Ohio Academic Team

Big shout out to our Tiger Football student/athletes...as they once again landed a spot on the All-Ohio Academic Team.. They will join Clyde, Hopewell, Tiffin and Vermilion from the SBC... Great job to all ... https://www.ohsfca.net/page/show/4109784-academic-all-ohio#

Chess in January at the Library

Everyone is welcome to join local chess enthusiast Paul Sherwood who is available as instructor or competitor. Come for fun or to improve your game. Open to all ages and abilities. No registration required. January 4 10am - 12pm January 16 6 - 8pm January 26 1 - 4pm

Huron Alumni Swim Meet

HURON ALUMNI SWIM MEET Saturday December 28 @ 10:00 am Danbury High School Time to dig through the closet for your old swim bag to see if anything still fits and meet up with your old teammates at Danbury High School. $25 entry fee will cover unlimited events and relays. Events will be: 50 Freestyle [...]

HHS Students Spread Holiday Cheer

HHS students spreading holiday cheer!! TLC and NHS worked together to run a coin drive at the high school this month to benefit OHgo. The students raised $1,501.40 in COINS. With the money they purchased, packed and wrapped 71 Project Happy boxes for teens in our county! OHgo picked up the boxes yesterday! #huronproud

By |2020-08-18T21:57:36+00:00December 19th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Indoor Soccer at Shawnee

Youth Indoor Soccer begins in January! It's a great opportunity for boys and girls to work with the HURON HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER COACHES and PLAYERS to improve skills and have fun! Many age groups fill quickly - REGISTER NOW! More information can be found here.

Winter Parks Maintenance

The Parks Maintenance staff has been busy spreading playground-approved "fibers" in preparation for the busy season next year. Working through the long list of "Winter Projects" is so important for the safety and appearance of our public parks ... we just wanted to say an official "Thanks!" for their hard work year-round!

Rocking Readers Book Club

Also BRAND NEW: Our monthly tween book discussion group has a new format and meeting style. Sign up and meet other tweens who are interested in reading and discussing some amazing books. The first meeting for this winter session is next Wednesday, December 18. Click here to register.  

2019 Light Up Huron Business Submissions

Thank you to our 2019 Business Light Up Huron submissions!! A lot of hard work and creativity went into all of them. Please be sure to stop by, enjoy, and thank them. Winner will be announced by Friday!  

Huron Schools offering SEL

Huron City Schools recognizes the diverse social-emotional needs of our students and is fully embracing and meeting the needs of the whole child. To learn more about SEL, Social and Emotional Learning and please click on the Huron City Schools Mental Health Services and Community Resources website page here.

By |2019-12-10T18:05:25+00:00December 10th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Mumps Infection Details from Health Department

Erie County Health Department increasing awareness in the community about preventing mumps infection. Please read the attached letter. https://filecabinet2.eschoolview.com/…/MumpsLetter_Schools1…

Tiger Wrestling JR High Tourney Results

Full house Saturday for the Tiger Invite Junior High Wrestling Tournament. Congrats to the Tiger wrestlers placing 5th in the 16 team contest. Go Tigers! #huronproud

Huron Educational Foundation Open Bidding

🎊JINGLE-ALL-THE-WAY🎊! HHS Alumni contribute to the future of our students and teachers through their generous donations of AUCTION ITEMS, now available on-line for anyone to bid and enjoy!! WIN, CONTRIBUTE & TAX-DEDUCT! Our on-line bidding allows you to place a bid and receive instant notifications of all following bids, set up automatic bids to a specific [...]

By |2019-12-10T17:32:59+00:00December 10th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Library Teen Council Meeting 12/15

Are you a teen interested in helping out the Huron community? The Teen Library Council holds its first meeting for this year's winter session on Sunday, December 15 at 3 pm. Click here for more information.

Make and Take Cookies at the Library

Come to the Library to Make & Take (or eat) some holiday cookies next Monday, December 16 from 4 - 7 pm. Supplies will be provided. All ages are welcome and no registration is required. See you there! ❄️☃️🍪

Banana Plant Growing at the Library

Has anyone seen the banana plant in the Library lately? 🌱🍌👽 Banana Facts: Do banana plants die after fruiting? The simple answer is yes. Banana trees do die after harvest. Banana plants take around nine months to grow up and produce banana tree fruit, and then once the bananas have been harvested, the plant dies. However, [...]

Photos from Winter Fest – Were You Spotted?

Check out the photo gallery from the Sandusky Register here.

Eric Everett Jazz at the Huron Public Library Holiday Open House

We'll be back at the Huron Public Library Holiday Open House on Saturday, Dec 7 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Enjoy jazz versions of Christmas classics.

Winter STEAM Team and STEAM Team 2.0 Starting

Our winter session of STEAM Team and STEAM Team 2.0 starts next Wednesday, December 11 at 4:30 pm. Register for one or ALL THREE programs before they are full. STEAM Team introduces children in Kindergarten - Grade 2 to the educational fun of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Click the link to register [...]

Dungeons and Dragons Club Back at the Library

D&D is cool again! Teens in Grades 7 - 12 can now register for this NEW monthly club at the Library. Our first session is on Monday, December 30 from 4 - 7 pm. Beginners and experts are both welcome. Only 6 participants can play in the first session, so click the event link here [...]

Doug Cooper to Visit the Library

Visit the Library on Tuesday, December 10 at 7 pm to hear local author Doug Cooper discuss his new book Focus Lost. Doug will be selling his books after the reading. Check out the Library Facebook here for more information and to register for the event.

Holiday Open House at the Library

On Saturday, December 7 from 2 - 5 pm, join us at the Library for our Holiday Open House. This year we are partnering with the Chamber of Commerce and the city of Huron's Winterfest to bring you family entertainment and music. We hope to see you there! Visit this link for a full description [...]

Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale

Along with our Holiday Open House on Saturday, the Friends of the Library will be holding their holiday Book Sale this weekend. Find some great books, DVDs, or CDs for someone on your list- or just come to browse for yourself! 😁🧤

Elf on the Shelf is Back at the Library

Elf on the Shelf is back! From now until December 23, you can visit the Library and try to find this year's elf helper: Little Elliot the Elephant. If you find him, tell a librarian for a cool prize. Suggested for Kindergarten through Grade 3.

Christmas Decorations from Your Garden

Join Master Gardener Mary Strayer at the Library on Monday, December 9 at 6:30 pm to learn how to use your very own garden to create fantastic holiday decorations. Click here to register

Huron Basketball Coach Interview

We had a chance to talk to Huron’s own Bobby James about his team this season! He has high expectations for the season and has a lot of returning lettermen coming back! Check out the video here.

McCormick Middle School Concert

We had a chance to join McCormick Middle School for their 6th & 7th grade band concert tonight! The students have been practicing hard all year to perform for their friends and family and it definitely showed! Great job McCormick Middle School! Check out the video on BCSN Erie's Facebook page here.

By |2019-12-03T18:28:21+00:00December 3rd, 2019|Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

City Council Minutes from 12/2

City Council met on Monday, December 2nd at 5:30 PM. The packet for the meeting can be found on the City's website (link here). At the December 2 City Council meeting, the newly elected members were officially sworn in and the Council chose a new Mayor and Vice-Mayor. Congratulations to those newly elected and re-elected [...]

Register now for the 2020 Dawg Days at Fabens

The Dawg Daze Girls Softball Tournament, sponsored by Huron Parks & Recreation, will be held on July 31-Aug. 2, 2020 at Fabens Park. Age Divisions are 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U. This will be our 20th ANNUAL tournament! We are proud that this well-respected tournament draws teams from multiple states as well as Ohio, [...]

Winter Fest Saturday, December 7

As you "kick-off" the holiday season -- add the Huron Winter Fest on December 7th (2-7pm) to your celebration schedule! Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive at the Boat Basin at 2pm --Free carriage rides will take you down N. Main to a wide variety of activities -- from cookie decorating to Santa's Market. FIREWORKS [...]

Opportunities at BGSU Firelands

BGSU Firelands offers endless opportunities no matter what life brings your way. Stay conveniently close to home and receive personalized attention while achieving your academic goals. You will be supported here and wherever you might be headed next. Apply today at firelands.bgsu.edu/apply.  

Caryl Crane’s Disney Christmas concert is coming

Caryl Crane Youth Theatre brings "The Mickey Mouse Club Christmas Concert" back to BGSU Firelands Nov. 21-24. Check out the details on the program on the Sandusky Register here.

Propel Ohio’s 5th Annual College Leadership Summit

Members of our student government attended Propel Ohio's 5th Annual College Leadership Summit at BGSU. The summit connected students with resources in careers in public service, and promoting civic engagement. #bgsu #bgsufirelands

BGSU Firelands Dr. Weinsier co-authors book

Congratulations to Dr. Philip Weinsier (Professor of Electro-Electromechanical Engineering Technology) who recently co-authored a book entitled "Modern Music-Inspired Optimization Algorithms for Electric Power Systems" with his peers in Iran. Click on the link here for all the details.

Trophy Kill Book Talk with Author R.J. Norgard

Monday, November 25 at 6:30 pm In an engaging and laid-back one hour presentation, local Port Clinton native Rich Norgard will read excerpts from his new murder mystery Trophy Kill. He will reminisce about his 21 years as an investigator in Alaska and share musings about the pitfalls of restoring a historic lighthouse and about [...]

Socrates Cafe – Healthy Motivations

Come to the Library for Socrates Cafe on Wednesday, November 20 at 7 pm for a discussion on healthy motivations. Join other community members in a philosophical discussion once a month at 7 pm. Topics are decided at the previous session. No registration is necessary.

Huron PTO Shirts Available

***Update: Now offering Youth XS sizes for all items!!! The Huron PTO is selling “Signature” shirts for Shawnee Elementary and Woodlands Intermediate. The shirts have the student's signatures on back. Woodlands’ signatures are inside of the Huron "H" and Shawnee’s signatures are inside of a paw print. We also have a General Huron Tigers shirt [...]

By |2019-11-21T17:44:32+00:00November 21st, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars for October

Congratulations to our Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars for October. Students from left to right, Mac Smith - Shawnee, Grant Bauer - Woodlands, Macy Dickman - Huron High School. Staff, Rita Moscioni - Woodlands Administrative Assistant. Cody Scorggins - McCormick Jr. High, not pictured. #huronproud

By |2019-11-21T17:32:23+00:00November 21st, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

New Edition to HFD Fleet

This past week the Huron Fire Department took delivery of our newest addition to the fleet, a 2020 Freightliner M2 chassis with a Life Line Emergency Vehicles Highliner ambulance box. “413” has been placed in service and will be the front line ambulance out of Station 1. Adding this ambulance to our fleet allows us to have [...]

By |2019-11-21T17:26:07+00:00November 21st, 2019|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Sponsor announcement for Winter Fest

Thank you to our sponsors! Remax - Linda Armstrong H&R Block South Shore Marine Light Touch Dentistry Groff Pet Loss Services Civista Bank Gathering Grounds Arbys Franklin Sanitation Lucky Stone Howard Hanna - Lisa Horman Lindsley Insurance Agency

McCormick Student Council Food Drive

It's that time of year! The McCormick Student Council is conducting their annual food drive. According to Feed America, 1 in 7 Ohioans struggle with hunger. If every student and staff member brought in 1 item, we would have over 200 canned goods to help fight hunger in our community. If any community member would like [...]

By |2019-11-14T15:16:40+00:00November 14th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron High School Honor Roll Students

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Honor Roll for the 1st quarter of the 2019-20 school year. A student must have a 3.5 GPA with no grade lower than a B to qualify. Seniors Sophia Arambula, Brittany Baumgartner, Lily Boldman, Matthew Brennan, Joey Brown, Caden Cantrill, Kristian [...]

By |2019-11-13T16:54:47+00:00November 13th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron High School Merit Roll Students

Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Merit Roll for the 1st quarter of the 2019-20 school year. A student must have a 3.2 GPA with no grade lower than a C to qualify. Seniors Sydney Andrew, Trae Bellamy, Marcus Bruhn, Emma Claus, Julian Davis, Liberty Faflik, Hanna [...]

By |2019-11-13T16:53:28+00:00November 13th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron FD Completes Diver Certifications

Over this last weekend, four Dive Team members completed their Public Safety Diver certifications with New Wave Scuba From New Wave Scuba's Facebook page Congratulations to: William Evert, Tyler Sams, Judd Ernst, Chris Folger, Charles Ruggles and Dana Portentoso on your PADI PSD (Public Safety Divers) certification last weekend at Whitestar Quarry. Instructors Patrix Heschel and [...]

Curriculum Director Presents at Conference

Huron City Schools Curriculum Director, Dr. Julie McDonald, presenting at the national gifted conference with a professor and doctoral candidate from Baylor University. A Huron Tiger leading the way! #huronproud

By |2019-11-12T19:10:00+00:00November 12th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Meet Huron Schools New Director of Operations

Welcome to Huron - Mrs. Denise Zielske, Director of Operations. Denise will be responsible for building & maintenance, food service, and transportation. You can reach her at 419-433-1234, extension 5007. Please join us in welcoming Denise to Tiger Nation! #huronproud

By |2019-11-12T19:00:59+00:00November 12th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Healthy Living for your Brain and your Body at the library

On Thursday, November 14 at 6:30 pm, join Dakota Stone from the Alzheimer's Association at the Library to learn about the latest research in diet and nutrition, exercise, and other ways to keep a mind and body healthy. Click here to register.

Library offering Food for Fines

Help your neighbors and lower your late fees! From Sunday, November 10 through Saturday, November 16, fines for an overdue HPL item will be waived in exchange of each donation (one non-perishable, unexpired food item per overdue item). Donations will be distributed by the Huron Food Pantry.

Commercial Fishing presented by the Huron Historical Society

Join the Huron Historical Society at the Library Tuesday, November 19 at 7 pm to learn more about the Commercial Fishing efforts in and around Huron. Bill Scott, son of a commercial fisherman, will share research on Huron's Fishing Industry. The program will give details about boat building, fishing families, industry trends, and will include [...]

BGSU Firelands Remembers the Edmund Fitzgerald

The BGSU Firelands library remembers November 10, 1975’s tragic loss of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald. This Great Lakes ore freighter, built in 1957 and early 1958, sank in Lake Superior on this day taking all 29 members of her crew. The library is home to a large collection of Great Lakes literature if you would [...]

BGSU Firelands Presents Heroes of the Ages – Patriotic Pops Concert

***FREE TICKETS FOR ACTIVE MILITARY & VETERANS*** Call (419) 621-4800 for tickets. Patriotic Pops Concert Sunday, November 17, 2019 4:00pm Sandusky State Theatre Tickets: $37 - $40 each Student tickets: $15 for assigned seats; Free seating in the balcony if tickets are still available. BUY TICKETS ONLINE HERE. Saxton’s Cornet Band will recreate an historically [...]

Save the Date – 2019 Winter Fest

It's not too early to mark Dec. 7th on your holiday calendar! In partnership with the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, we are excited to expand the Winter Fest to include more fun activities, including Fireworks! We will continue the tradition of Santa and Mrs. Claus visiting with children at the HURON BOAT BASIN! Check the Huron Parks [...]

Huron Lighthouse Lighting Project Moves Forward

Crews completed the majority of the work necessary for the Huron Lighthouse lighting project. There are still minor tweaks being made to the system but we hope to have it up and running very soon. The City did a demo last night and will be doing a few more demos soon. #huronohio #greatlakeplace #huronlighthouse #lighthouse

Election Day Concludes in Huron

For all the details on the 2019 election, read the two Sandusky Register articles below. Three newcomers win Huron council seats, Dike re-elected Dewey elected to Huron Township fiscal office

HFD Recognizes Anniversary Dates

During the month of November, the following personnel are observing the anniversary of their original hire dates: Firefighter Nick Thaxton - 11 years (10 Full-time) Firefighter Gia Gennari-Lynch - 6 years Firefighter Austin Gardner - 5 years Firefighter Kegan Lobsinger - 3 years Firefighter Erik Hansberger - 3 years Firefighter Chuck Smalley - 3 years

Library Posts November Chess

Everyone is welcome to join local chess enthusiast Paul Sherwood who is available as instructor or competitor. Come for fun or to improve your game. Open to all ages and abilities. No registration required. Dates: Tuesday, November 19 from 6-7:30pm Sunday, November 24 from 1-4pm

Last Fall Session of Unfinished Business/Jump Start Knitting

Come to the Library 11/6 anytime between 6:30 - 8 pm for our last fall session of Unfinished Business/ Jump Start Knitting. If you have hit a snag in your current project, or if you just need ideas for a project to start, come to this meeting for some guidance and knitting wisdom. No registration [...]

Yoga at the Library

Want to add some flexibility to your life? Join us with at the Library on Thursday, November 7 at 6:30 pm to learn how yoga supports flexibility of balance, strength, and the body. This class is structured for all levels of yoga users. Please bring a yoga mat or towel. Click here to register.

Student Art Reception at the Library

Get involved in local arts! You are invited to view the paintings exhibited this month in the Huron Public Library Gallery and chat with the artists at this opening reception on November 6 at 6:30 pm. Refreshments will be served. Registration is encouraged, click here to be redirected.

Huron Educational Foundation Grants Awarded

Huron Educational Foundation is proud to announce this year’s recipients of our staff grants!! We our inspired by these teachers who are going above and beyond to create better opportunities for our students to grow and learn. #Huronproud Congratulations to the following Huron School District Teachers... Mrs. Gimperling - 1st Grade Teacher - “Legos for Learning” will [...]

Walking at the Woodlands Starts 11/4

Walking @ Woodlands began 11/4! Monday through Thursday evenings, 6:00-7:30pm (ONLY ON SCHOOL DAYS). Safe, indoor walking for healthy exercise all winter. FREE PROGRAM - held at Woodlands Intermediate School. Use entrance door on East side of building. Many thanks to Huron City Schools for the use Woodlands.

Magic the Gathering Meetup at the Library

Have you ever wondered how to play Magic: The Gathering? Come to the Library on Monday, November 4 at 4 pm to learn how to play or to meet other players. This introductory meetup will help determine future meetings. No registration is necessary.

Huron Educational Foundation Annual Gala Event Reminder

Need another reason to purchase your tickets for the Huron Educational Foundation Annual Gala??? How about a 7 Night Caribbean Cruise!?🛳🥳 The Celebrity Cruises family is happy to provide a 7 Night Caribbean Cruise. This will be our featured live auction item for the gala. It is good for two people in a veranda stateroom. ($4,000 value) [...]

Light Up the Town – House Decorating Contest

💥LET'S LIGHT THIS TOWN UP!!💥 🎉🎉All residents are welcome to decorate, submit picture(s), and WIN A $50 HURON ACE HARDWARE GIFT CARD!!💰💰💰 🚦🚥🚦ON YOUR MARK....GET SET....START DECORATING!!🚦🚥🚦 *How to Enter: Lights must be up and pictures submitted by December 7. Pictures should be submitted by posting to HUron Chamber of Commerce Facebook page or via [...]

HHS Visits CSU

On Friday, October 25th, the HHS Music and Movies class visited Cleveland State University, School of Film and Media Arts, where students participated in a television talk show simulation. Much appreciation to the staff at the Film School for providing our students with an authentic learning experience.

Erie County Academic Challenge Results

Congratulations to the 5th-8th grade academic challenge teams who participated in the Erie County Academic Challenge competition. 5th grade - placed 5th, 6th grade placed 2nd, 7th and 8th grade placed 3rd. Great job Tigers!!! #huronproud

Remind at Huron Schools

ATTENTION: Students and Parents - Sign up for Remind Directions - Pick a way to receive messages for each class - choose email or text messaging. CLASS OF 2020 Text @huhsco2020 to 81010 OR get email notifications by visiting rmd.at/huhsco2020 on a desktop computer CLASS OF 2021 Text @huhsco2021 to 81010 OR get email notifications [...]

Lets Light Up Huron

Business Decorating Contest - Sponsored by the Huron Chamber of Commerce Show Huron your Holiday Spirit! Decorate your business store front and WIN! Winner will receive a trophy, free year of advertising in the Huron Chamber "Wave" publication and bragging rights all over social media. Decorations MUST be completed by Saturday, December 7th and picture(s) [...]

Leaf Pickup Started

The City's annual curbside leaf pick-up program officially began 10/28. For more information, click here to check out the flyer that was mailed out earlier this month. The Street Department will be making regular sweeps of the community with hopes of hitting each area at least twice during the program window. As a reminder, this [...]

By |2019-10-29T18:09:11+00:00October 29th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|