Since Ethics has been in the news lately, I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about a program sponsored by the Ohio Ethics Commission (OEC), which is supported by the Department of Taxation to better educate the elec
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October 3, 2013
Since our region was full of librarians last week for the annual Ohio Library Conference, this would be a good time to learn about the history of libraries in Sandusky.
What's wrong with the city of Sandusky's organizational chart?
An elected official making an apparently absurd decision sounds like the ultimate "dog bites man" story — something so common it scarcely qualifies as news.
This one small plant can be easily missed in a meadow if you don’t know what you are looking for, but it is unmistakable once you know its characteristics.
The Erie County Business Political Action Committee endorsed four candidates this week in the Sandusky city commission race: Dick Brady, Dennis Murray Jr., Scott Schell and Naomi Twine.
Attorney General Mike DeWine appreciates the Sandusky Register.
In a conversation last week, DeWine said the Register's reporting impacted his decision to take on the investigation of the killing of Jacob Limberios.
Former Sandusky ex officio Mayor Craig Stahl and the city’s finance committee chairman, Allen Nickles, are the guests at
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending Oct. 4, in Ottawa, Erie and Huron counties.
October 8, 2013
The Reed’s Story
October 7, 2013
It’s inevitable, we all have one or two family members that become the family’s IT Support Team. In my family, I’ve taken on the position but live quite a distance from everyone else.
11:47 a.m. — 200 block Perry St., man yelled at woman after overhearing her say she would use birthday money intended for their child on herself.
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