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2017 to Start With a Bang for Sandusky, Ohio & Hotel Kilbourne

If you’ve been following along with our blog, you’ll know that we kind of love Sandusky and its surrounding area.  So it should come as no surprise that we’re unequivocally stoked that one of our favorite new hotels is popping the cork with a first-time fireworks celebration in Sandusky, Ohio. 247 more words

Ohio

McQueary asks court to award him money to pay attorney and litigation fees

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. — Former Penn State Football assistant coach Mike McQueary has asked the court to award him $1.6 million for costs of litigation, including reasonable attorney fees and witness fees. 48 more words

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Summer Trip to Sandusky, Ohio

This past summer my two best friends and I decided that there was only one way we could end our summer before going back to school. 387 more words

College Travel

Judge: Penn State to pay Sandusky whistleblower Mike McQueary additional $4.9 million

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. – A Centre County judge has awarded former Penn State Football assistant coach Mike McQueary $4,974,048 for humiliation and  loss of job opportunities after he reported seeing Jerry Sandusky engaged in inappropriate sexual  activity with a young boy in a locker room shower in 2001.   165 more words

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Bystander Streams Disturbing Video Of Men Overdosing At Ohio McDonald's

SANDUSKY (KDKA) — A man live-streamed a disturbing scene outside a McDonald’s in Sandusky, Ohio.

Eddie Wimbley kept his camera rolling as he noticed two men passed out, one laying on the ground, another upright in the vehicle. 99 more words

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Jerry Sandusky: A Profile Of One Of The World's Most Infamous Pedophile

I doubt there are many people outside of State College, Pennsylvania, who knew Jerry Sandusky’s name before November 5, 2011. Yes, he helped “create” Linebacker U and was a part of both of… 1,337 more words

Case Studies

Feds investigating Sandusky fine Penn State a record $2.4M

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Federal officials looking into how Penn State handled child sexual-abuse complaints against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky hit the university with a record $2.4 million fine Thursday, saying it violated campus crime reporting requirements, failed to warn people about potential threats and fostered a belief among athletes that rules didn’t apply to them. 669 more words

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