Somewhat like a Chia pet, the new conservation learning center for the Erie Soil & Water District has a roof that grows.

The names that credit photos change from time to time at the Register.

It's a good year for schools named Ohio on the football field, both for the teams carrying the ball and the teams carrying instruments.

Sycamore Line has a new boathouse, but beware of the crew.
A drive down Sandusky's Sycamore Line will take you all the way into the boathouse community and cove area, but before you get there watch out for the cannons pointed from the porch at 718 Sycamore Line.

When staff-photographer-turned-Army-specialist Luke Wark first deployed to Afghanistan with his Army National Guard unit I pictured the landscape would be something like West Virginia without the trees growing through junk cars and without the white-water rafting.

There was plenty of running around done on Sunday and that was just before the races even started.

Time to get those sneakers laced and those hamstrings stretched. There are two 5K walk/runs scheduled this Sunday in the Sandusky area. Ann Van Nort, a retired Sandusky teacher, fell down her stairs and broke her back in May.

The county fair wasn't a big deal to me when I was growing up in Toledo. The Lucas County Fairgrounds was where the Mud Hens played and that was my only experience going to the fairgrounds as a kid.

Island life on South Bass Island calms down on Mondays, but a Monday on North Bass Island is just like every other day of the week: quiet.

Zach Kibler isn't your average junior high cross country runner. Not every runner finishes a race with a smiling face and an escort of 20 other runners.

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