3:07 PM Nov 8, 2012

This week on Between the Lines Live, Managing Editor Matt Westerhold gets into the spirit of a project aimed at raising money for a senior dental program.

11:29 AM Nov 8, 2012

In almost every case we handle, we see the absolute cruel torture that the banks put homeowners desperate to save their homes through as they seek mortgage relief. One of the most dramatic examples of this phenomenon is seen in the story of Tim and Sandra Hake.

3:00 PM Nov 7, 2012

Q: My best friend’s husband has been cheating on her for the past six years. Every time he and the other woman see each other, my friend and the other woman end up arguing or fighting one another instead of confronting him. To make matters worse he still has yet another woman on the side.

11:02 AM Nov 6, 2012

This week’s topic is Erie County’s website.

When it comes to government, you just cannot have enough transparency. The more transparency the better so the taxpayers can better understand what is happening with their government.

6:12 AM Nov 6, 2012

We'll be first to compile the results from all the local elections, and we'll tell you about it as it happens.

6:16 AM Nov 4, 2012

Excerpt from the "Between the Lines" column in today's Register: One prominent Democrat said after the debate the right choice for Erie County voters was obvious.

1:01 PM Nov 2, 2012

The following real estate transactions were the highest and lowest recorded in Erie, Ottawa and Huron counties for the week ending Nov. 2.

 

High:
Rum Road, Perkins Twp., Erie County, JRSMI, LLC, to Sandboro, LP, $1,312,500.

1:52 PM Nov 1, 2012
If you are a movie buff, it's likely you've been to see "Argo," the new Ben Affleck picture about how the CIA used a fake science fiction movie to smuggle out six U.S. diplomats from Iran during the hostage crisis. But you may not know there's a Cleveland connection to the plot.
12:32 PM Nov 1, 2012

How many trick-or-treats have you been to so far this year? How many more to go?

11:01 AM Nov 1, 2012

The McQuinns are an elderly couple who have lived in their $179,000 home since purchasing it in 2005, financing $143,000 of the purchase price. Unfortunately the “perfect storm” developed which made it impossible for them to keep up with their $1,300 per month payments.

8:00 PM Oct 31, 2012

Any time a business can remain open for more than 80 years, it might come down to good business sense, a little luck or just plain good people running the show. The latter, and probably a little of the other two, is the case with the Maples Motel on Cleveland Road.

3:01 PM Oct 31, 2012

Q: I don't want to have any regrets in life. Will I regret breaking up with my boyfriend now that I’m in college? We've been together four years but we're both so young and there is so much we both want to do with our lives.

11:07 AM Oct 31, 2012

The Sandusky History blog annouced this week there will be a program at the Sandusky Library on Saturday at 2 p.m. on the failed plot to free Confederate prisoners from Johnson's Island during the Civil War.

4:57 PM Oct 30, 2012

Sandusky didn't miss a beat following the seasonal closure of Cedar Point this weekend. Cars filed in and out while filling this week's most popular waterfront attraction and continue to do so as I type this.

11:55 AM Oct 30, 2012

Note: This is a tongue-in-cheek blog entry. It’s a spoof designed to bring attention to a persistent concern some city residents have expressed.

11:00 AM Oct 30, 2012

My topic this week is the conclusion of the police chief committee investigation.

Did anyone think the investigation would turn out any different then what was claimed in the first place that the Police Chief Committee didn’t follow the Charter?

8:54 AM Oct 28, 2012

But the Democratic Party mailer, in my opinion, wrongfully and deceptively suggests the Register's editorial board favors Erie County treasurer JoDee Fantozz, the incumbent Democrat, in her race against Republican Jeff Krabill, by quoting statements made by a Krabill political foe and attributing