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.
If you are interested in large rodents and whether they saw their shadow this winter, we have you covered. Reporter Jessica Cuffman and I wrote about our recent travels to Punxsutawney, Pa. and Marion, Ohio.
It was in Sunday's Register. In case you missed it, here are some excerpts...
Excerpt from editorial Viewpoint in today's Sunday Register: A suggestion by Erie County commissioners on Thursday that the city of Sandusky consider moving its City Hall operations to the County Administration Building at Columbus Avenue and Washington Row includes an offer to donate c
The following are the highest real estate transactions in Erie, Ottawa and Sandusky counties for the week ending Feb. 8. For a full listing of real estate transactions pick up a copy of Sunday's Register.
Sandusky County sheriff Kyle Overmyer and special prosecutor Dean Henry joined the "Between the Lines Live" program by telephone on Thursday (at about the 20-minute mark in this video) and offered some pretty interesting explanations for things that seem inexplicable.
Jim and Ashley moved into Ashley’s father’s home when he passed away years ago. Even though the mortgage was in Ashley’s father’s name, they continued to make payments to the bank, GMAP, for some time thereafter.