10:03 AM Sep 30, 2012

It appears the concerns raised about the Sandusky city commission's police chief search committee were on target and commissioners likely will find themselves in a quandary as the October deadline for hiring a chief approaches.

3:45 PM Sep 28, 2012

Here is this week’s edition of Futures File, our weekly commodities wrap-up:
Gas Explodes Higher

2:03 PM Sep 28, 2012

The following real estate transactions represent the highest and lowest amounts recorded in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties for the week ending Sept. 28.


10:55 AM Sep 28, 2012

This week on the Ohio's Yesteryears blog, a retired naval commander visited the Hayes museum to donate his great grandfather's escutcheon and other family heirlooms to honor the long-time friendship between his ancestor General Manning Force and President Rutherford B. Hayes.

12:06 PM Sep 27, 2012

It used to be in the old days (just a little over ten years ago) before loan securitization (bundling loans together in a pool for the purpose of selling stock certificates in the pool at a huge mark-up over the face value of those loans) was legalized, banks actually were anxious to receive any

1:14 PM Sep 25, 2012

Time to get those sneakers laced and those hamstrings stretched. There are two 5K walk/runs scheduled this Sunday in the Sandusky area. Ann Van Nort, a retired Sandusky teacher, fell down her stairs and broke her back in May.

11:00 AM Sep 25, 2012

It seems the trees are in the forefront once again. If anyone has a question about a tree, always call the city and they will put you in touch with someone who can walk you through the process.  

7:21 AM Sep 25, 2012

Today's paper offers an interesting contrast in standards for police officers and basketball coaches. 

2:18 PM Sep 24, 2012

The county fair wasn't a big deal to me when I was growing up in Toledo. The Lucas County Fairgrounds was where the Mud Hens played and that was my only experience going to the fairgrounds as a kid.

10:19 PM Sep 23, 2012

It will be interesting to see city commissioners wrestle now with the city's labor attorney concerning a decision to reinstate a fired police officer.

3:32 PM Sep 23, 2012

Island life on South Bass Island calms down on Mondays, but a Monday on North Bass Island is just like every other day of the week: quiet.

11:49 AM Sep 21, 2012

This week on the Sandusky History blog, we learn about Jane Castle, who lectured at Carnegie Hall in 1926 on mind power.

1:28 PM Sep 19, 2012

Zach Kibler isn't your average junior high cross country runner. Not every runner finishes a race with a smiling face and an escort of 20 other runners.

11:26 AM Sep 19, 2012

This week on on the Genealogy of Northwest Ohio blog, Derek Davey talks about overcoming hurdles while creating family biographies.

11:16 AM Sep 18, 2012

Todd Roth, City Engineer, will be leaving the city at the end of the year and Tom Whittied, IT Manager, has left but he still does some work for the city.  The Police Chief position is still open.

1:12 PM Sep 14, 2012

People who listen to classical music seriously are a minority. If you spend time listening to music written by living composers, you're part of a minority within a minority.