This past week has been going good. It is getting close to the end, but for me it’s just the beginning. 

Local master herbalist Mary Colvin writes this week on her Herbal Collection's blog about the marshmallow plant, a soothing remedy against inflammation.

This month on Mary Colvin's Herbal Collections blog, she writes about skullcap, a flowering plant that grows in marshy areas.

Catch this week's Five Points with Emil and Andy right here.

One of the most important events every year at Cedar Point is a roller-coaster marathon that focuses on an age group whose members often are too short or too afraid to ride.

Excerpt from "Between the Lines" column in today's Sunday Register, June 17, 2012: 

This week on Between the Lines, guest Shawna Goode talks about her recent arrest for being intoxicated outside a local bar — when she hadn't had a drop to drink.

Most people heading to the Lake Erie islands this weekend will take a ferry — just like visitors did 100 years ago. The vessels, however, will look much different.

The biggest breakthrough bringing President Barack Obama to Sandusky just occurred.

For months, I’ve communicated with people linked to Obama’s re-election campaign.

This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system that makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes. This is the Sharpes' Tale.

If you like history and you live in the Sandusky area, events in the next few days should interest you.

This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system that makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes. This is the Williamses Tale.

Earlier this week, as I drove west across Sandusky city limits along U.S. 6, the area where the speed limit suddenly drops to 35 mph, a truck in the opposite lane flashed its headlights.

This past week began the last month of the FIT Challenge.  As soon as I’ve sent in this blog, I’ll be hopping onto my treadmill for my second workout of the day. 

I had a wonderful week in Chicago.  It worked well the first part of the week with my meals and then the 2nd part was not as good. 

I had a great week; it went by fast!  The weather was really nice and hot, but it’s better than rain and being cold. 

 Recently appointed Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth and his chief deputy Jared Oliver were our guests for Between the Lines this week.

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