The ongoing algal bloom crisis at Lake Erie apparently is beginning to attract national attention.

1:26 PM Mar 15, 2013

Mortgage settlement could mean money in your pocket!

10:58 PM Mar 14, 2013

We all have a favorite tale in life. For some it is a piece of classical fiction such as “Lord of the Rings” or even something like “Animal Farm.” Others prefer nonfictional historical accounts. There are many great tales, too, in the study of world religions and mythologies.

2:58 PM Mar 14, 2013

Aw shucks! Didn’t anybody tell Skippy that Lassie and Timmy fell down the gosh darned well? Gollee, what in tarnation’s going on? Maybe those gosh darned varmints (Perkins voters) might have a brain that tells them when they smell manure to step aside.

10:30 AM Mar 14, 2013

Q: I'm in a committed relationship with my boyfriend. I've known him for two years and we have been dating around six months. I love him. He's amazing. He's perfect. But I recently started going back to school. Well, since I've been at school I met someone else.

2:59 PM Mar 13, 2013

This week on the Sandusky History Blog, the life of teacher Jessie Hornig, celebrations of the anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie, and a look at merchant Moses Lebensburger.

11:07 AM Mar 13, 2013

Excerpt from Chuick Hoefert's column: After reading President Obama’s 1995 memoir , “Dreams From My Father”, where he proudly describes his marijuana usage in a Dr.

10:30 AM Mar 13, 2013

Excerpt from the editorial in Tuesday's Register: Perkins High School students learning French have been united in their interest in saving the program.

“If the only class left is Spanish, where does that leave me?” Junior Karla Camargo said. “Academics should always come first.”

9:30 AM Mar 13, 2013

For today, a sampling of news from my favorite feminist websites: Sarah Palin, class rage, cannibal cop, and Hooters, not necessarily in that order.
 

Headline: Hooter's embarrassing plan to appeal to the ladies is sort of working

(Insert eye roll here).

3:25 PM Mar 12, 2013

My topic this week is how Perkins Township has paid for their new township hall.

10:59 AM Mar 12, 2013

Excerpt: We were disappointed a few years ago when the Sandusky city commission declined to place a charter amendment on the ballot recommended by the city’s Charter Review committee to increase the pay rate for city commissioners.

9:30 AM Mar 12, 2013

Dean Henry, the special prosecutor in the dual role of defending Sandusky County officials in a lawsuit brought by the family of 19-year-old Jacob Limberios against the county while also investigating the roles those same officials played in the initial and subsequent criminal investigations of J

9:30 AM Mar 11, 2013

Excerpt: People's attitudes, and even the attitudes of local state and national governments, to some extent, are changing.

7:30 AM Mar 9, 2013

Here is this week’s edition of Futures File, our weekly commodities wrap-up:
 
Copper Melts Lower

3:59 PM Mar 8, 2013

Erie County, Milan Township, 12918 River Road, Tomkat, LLC, to Michael J. Felter, $383,000.

Ottawa Co,, Marblehead Corp., 3546 East Baycliff Drive, Christine R. Sturn to George and Jeff Rucinski, $370,000.

3:47 PM Mar 8, 2013

This week in the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay blog, an 1868 city directory, a graveyard poem from 1900, and death by Lake Erie at the end of winter in 1904.

10:59 AM Mar 8, 2013

The key turns, perhaps a bit grudgingly. Winter's wind is whipping around you and your hands are full of bags. Nearly at the point of uttering an oath, it gives and the dark building opens to you.

2:59 PM Mar 7, 2013