In last week’s Foreclosures Stories article about Mark and Susie titled “The Supreme Court Gets It!” I compared our judicial system to a waking sleeping giant when it comes to securitized mortgage foreclosure cases.
Excerpt from the Across the State editorial in today's Register: The state of Ohio faces a gap of $77 billion between what it owes to its five public pension plans and what it has funded. That’s more than the gross domestic product of Panama.
Sandusky Register managing editor Matt Westerhold and Serving Our Seniors executive director Sue Daugherty moderated a health care reform forum Friday morning at Sandusky Community Church of the Nazarene. Watch the Q & A here:
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending Feb. 15 in Ottawa, Erie and Sandusky counties. For a full listing of real estate transactions, pick up a copy of Sunday's Register.
This week the Historical Research Partners blog touches on the origins of Valentine's Day, which gets its romantic connotations from the Roman Festival of Lupercalia traditionally celebrated on Feb. 15.
This week's movie quote is more of a scene from 1995's docudrama "Apollo 13" which of course was based on a real-life event. Before the scene it was found out that the current carbon dioxide scrubbers were not sufficient for the time left until arrival on Earth.
Before in this column, I compared the court system to a sleeping giant when it comes to foreclosure cases, in that it is just slowly waking up to all the fraud and abuse by the banks in their push to take peoples’ homes away because it is profitable to do so.
Q: My boyfriend and I have been together around eight months. At first I trusted him fully but now it seems like past relationship issues are creeping up on me and making me think I have a reason not to trust him.