What were you doing Sunday morning? Were you just getting out of bed, getting ready for church, finding some cartoons for the kids to watch? Or were you running up Cedar Point beach after swimming 2.4 miles, peeling off a wetsuit and getting ready to bike 112 miles and then run 26.2 miles?
On this special edition on Between the Lines, Managing Editor Matt Westerhold sat down with Nick Fee, brother of slain Sandusky mother Heather Jackson and uncle to her two young children, to talk about the case and accused killer Curtis Clinton.
Be sure to get a copy of Thursday's Register to read a response from Erie County Democratic Party chairwoman Amy Grubbe to Sunday's "Between the Lines" column, which is re-published below in its entirety.
Sandusky police Lt. John Orzech was our guest this week for Between the Lines. We also are giving away two tickets to Cedar Point for the first person to correctly guess the answer to this week's Cedar Point question.
After a long layoff following wrist surgery in July, my past two weeks at amusement parks have been more about trying new things than settling for what I’ve done before. (Although there has been some of that, too.)
Erie County's health department has been putting up signs at local beaches to warn people venturing into the water about harmful algal blooms and to provide news on bacteria readings. This commercial airing on local cable channels explains the new sign program: