If you're a diehard Republican and you can't make it to Florida next week, you can still follow the Ohio delegation's doings at the Republican National Convention.
The Cleveland Indians are in trouble. They are losing over and over again, and dispirited fans are largely staying away.
But if the Dolans or Mark Shapiro will only listen to me, I have figured out a way to save the team.
Ruth and Bob Haag say goodbye in the latest issue of their newspaper, A Sandusky Bay Journal, which is free throughout Erie County (I picked up my copy in Vermilion last week).
Republicans have nominated Joe "the Plumber" Wurzelbacher to serve the U.S. House district that includes Sandusky. So how's Joe doing to make the Republican Party proud?
Get ready for a "big new haunted house" when HalloWeekends returns to Cedar Point Sept. 14 through Oct. 28.
Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper columnist Connie Schultz is taking on a new writing challenge. She's writing a novel.
I love the variety of choices that are a part of modern life in the 21st century. But sometimes the pressure to make a decision becomes overwhelming.
My favorite soft drink is Mountain Dew.
Don't forget that a promotion starts on Monday at Cedar Point that will allow animal lovers to save money while helping local cats and dogs.
The new Liberty Aviation Museum at Erie Ottawa Regional Airport still has a long way to go in getting its displays set up, and its diner won't be open for about another couple of weeks, but it does have a few things to see.
Newspapers are constantly flooded with press releases and story idea pitches. It's impossible for us to cover them all.
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