8:00 AM Sep 29, 2014

It's clear Ottawa County Prosecutor Mark Mulligan wanted to keep an April burglary report involving District 89 House GOP candidate Steve Kraus secret.

8:10 AM Sep 28, 2014

We're always suspect when a public official forces an employee to resign or be fired.

It happens, we know, and when both parties reach an understanding that it's time for them to part ways, a separation agreement can be a legitimate path toward resolving a workplace conflict.

6:20 PM Sep 21, 2014

Erie County has been united in one way for more than a century.

The first record about the need to unite social services agencies in the county dates back to 1911. By 1914, the Erie Social Services Federation was formed, uniting 22 agencies. 

7:30 AM Sep 17, 2014

The good news: The cost of computer software programming and maintenance for the Sandusky County court system dropped about 75 percent in the most recent three-month period ending in July, down from record high monthly invoices earlier this year. 

7:30 AM Sep 16, 2014

Jayda and Shania Jackson are rock stars. 

7:30 AM Sep 15, 2014

The allegations lodged against the Put-in-Bay police department are serious: Harassing local business owners, making false arrests, filing false police reports and numerous other complaints.

7:05 AM Sep 14, 2014

Ottawa County Prosecutor Mark Mulligan owes Jean Shaeffer an explantion why he refused to seek charges against an Ottawa County jewelry store owner who allegedly stole more than $167,000 from Shaeffer in 2012.

9:45 AM Sep 10, 2014

City commission has gone where no city commission has gone before: A complete survey of every house and every structure in the city.

We see this as a very wise move. You cannot know what the real challenge is until tyhe challenge is properly assessed. 

9:45 AM Sep 9, 2014

The reconstruction of the Camp Street subway — the underpass at North Depot Street — finally is underway. 

7:00 AM Sep 8, 2014

Put-in-Bay police Chief Robert "Ric" Lampela looked away.

So did PIB Mayor Margaret Scarpelli.

Village law director George Wilber ignored complaints against the PIB police department for at least a year, but probably much longer than that.

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