Erie County commissioner candidates Dick Brady and Steve Kraus appear live at 1 p.m. today on "Between the Lines."

Also, win two free tickets in Cedar Point Trivia contest during the program.

This week on the Sandusky History blog, we learn about the Italian heritage in our area.

Ohio officials announced Tuesday that they have detected Asian carp DNA from 20 water samples taken earlier this summer from the Sandusky River and Sandusky Bay.

At the last city commission meeting, the public got a small glimpse of our City Commissioners in rare action.

Following Kevin Randleman's guilty plea Friday morning, Andrew Dunn's mother, Roberta, sat down with Managing Editor Matt Westerhold to talk about the end of a long and emotional journey for her and her family.

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.

Excerpt from Westerhold's Between the Lines column in the Sunday Register:

This week on the Northwest Ohio Genealogy blog, family history hunters are encouraged to find way to preserve their hard work.

This week on Between the Lines, Managing Editor Matt Westerhold interviews new Sandusky schools Superintendent Eugene Sanders.

Answers to the Cedar Point question can be posted below.

 

 

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.

No, that’s not a typo. With reporter Andy Ouriel on vacation this week, Five Points with Emil & Andy got a comedic makeover Wednesday.

Register reporter Emil Whitis is joined by standup comedian Emil “The Fryman” Fry.

Today on the Sandusky History Blog, we learn about a stalwart Dorothea Dix, who created a corps of female nurse volunteers after she noticed the severe lack of medical care for soldiers injured in the Civil War.

In a first, the Sandusky school district's school buildings will be open for students an parents from 6 to 7:45 p.m. Thursday.

For some commissioners to bring up moving City Hall once again is just unconscionable when the commissioners voted to keep City Hall right where it is.

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).