And then they stop calling you back altogether.    

I may be jumping the gun but when regional Mitt Romney spokesman Christopher Maloney didn’t return my latest call Tuesday I took it as a sign.

Win four free tickets by watching “Between the Lines” beginning at 1 p.m. today for your chance at this prize valued at more that $200. There will be hints to the correct answer given during the hour-long program.

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This week on Five Points, reporters Emil Whitis and Andy Ouriel talk about the charges filed against a Norwalk man for beating a 9-month-old baby.

 

Don't forget that a promotion starts on Monday at Cedar Point that will allow animal lovers to save money while helping local cats and dogs.

As an acronym, Kayley Sas’ last name says a lot about her.

“Short And Sweet. That’s what I tell the pizza man,” the 19-year-old said as she led me through the park in her position’s signature yellow uniform.

 

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 new Liberty Aviation Museum at Erie Ottawa Regional Airport still has a long way to go in getting its displays set up, and its diner won't be open for about another couple of weeks, but it does have a few things to see.

While most of us consider ourselves Americans, it's common for families to remember the heritage of their immigrant grandparents or great-grandparents.

The official bird of the State of Ohio is the cardinal. The official tree of the State of Ohio is the Buckeye. Flower: Red Carnation, mammal: white-tailed deer and gemstone: flint. But do you know what the state’s official native fruit of the State of Ohio is?

Be sure to watch “Between the Lines” at 1 p.m. Thursday for your chance to win four tickets to Cedar Point.

The second of two summer Sandusky Bay Barge parties is scheduled for this Saturday, and the promoter of the boatfest at the sandbar, Shaun Bickley, returns as a guest this week on "Between the Lines" at 1 p.m. Thursday. 

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

Sandusky County Prosecutor Thomas Stierwalt did have a sense of urgency; he seems to have decided it was urgently necessary to make the matter go away.

The Sandusky History blog felt love in the air this week, sharing a post about the wedding between Leo E. Wagner and Clara Cable in 1910.

Reporters Andy Ouriel and Emil Whitis talk this week about Tom Paul's voicemail rant and the Wilbert Street murder.

This week on Between the Lines, managing editor Matt Westerhold interviews Sandusky fire Chief Paul Ricci and Cedar Point spokeswoman Annie Zelm about the Firefighter Combat Challenge at the end of this month at Cedar Point.

 

I’m almost always someone who believes in substance over style. Function over form. Building roller coasters over improving the aesthetics of a park.

 

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.