Gov. Ted Strickland remains popular in Ohio and the state seems to be trending Democratic, so Barack Obama is leading Ohio. Right?
The annual “Day in the Outdoors” for area young people at the Joe Steinen Wildlife Area was rained out in June, so organizers are trying again.
The selection of available cats is still good at the Erie County Humane Society shelter, which is continuing its special pricing for cat adoptions through the rest of July.
Suddenly, Democrats don't have a candidate after all for the 58th House District, which includes Norwalk.
There's a big controversy these days in the liberal blogosphere over Barack Obama's decision to back a new compromise version of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Look for the City of Sandusky's Marina District project to be back in the news again in less than two weeks.
As you might guess, the slowdown in the economy seems to be having an effect on tourism in Sandusky.
Firelands Symphony Orchestra officials have made a mortifying discovery.
The symphony's new glossy color brochure promoting the 2008-09 season has the wrong dates for two of the symphony's four planned concerts.
Most of the folks touting the benefits of a proposed new airport to serve NASA Plum Brook Station are talking about jobs that would take awhile to develop.
Erie County administrator Mike Bixler has heard the rumors, but the longtime official says he's not planning to retire in 2009.
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