Peter Bebergal's "Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll," manages to perform a bit of magic: It's a book on rock music that's fun to read. I've generally quit reading books about the Beatles and about rock music because once you've read a few, you've pretty much read them all.
Luvada Wilson is a woman on a mission — to bring the Clerk of Courts office up to speed. She and her staff have doled out nearly $3 million owed to people who overpaid for services. The addition of updated software will ensure the smooth tracking of funds.
“If wishes were horses, beggars would ride” was one of my mother’s many sayings.According to Wikipedia, it is an English language proverb, originating in the 16th century, which is usually used to suggest it is useless to wish and that better results will be achieved through action.
According to C-SPAN’s Washington Journal this past Monday, when Congress approved the $1.1 trillion spending bill in December they purposely set it up so the Department of Homeland Security funding would expire this Friday.
Ottawa Municipal Court Judge Frederick “Fritz” Hany's is copping out — big time — with his decision to invoke judicial canons rather than answer questions about blocking freelance writer Elsebeth Baumgartner's access to court records.
No doubt because of its importance to the state, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has a lot of assets in our area on or near Lake Erie. Of ODNR’s 12 divisions, five operate locally: Wildlife, Parks and Recreation, Watercraft, Coastal Management and Natural Areas and preserves.
The eastern half of the U.S. plunged into a deep freeze this week, forcing homeowners to crank up the heat. As furnaces ran full speed, so, too, did demand for heating oil and natural gas, the two most used heating fuels in the U.S.