Agency's plan was to replace outdated computer systems to handle growing flood of disability claims
When glam-rockers Panic! at the Disco performed in Kansas City, Mo., recently, they ran into a problem with the outspoken homophobes of Westboro Baptist Church.
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Trina is a whole new person. She is more outgoing and confident, and physically is a new woman. I can say she is a gym rat now; she does her morning cardio and her strength training after her breakfast. She has made a ton of new friends and has encouraged so many people in the gym. She is showing...
Older tank cars too easily punctured or ruptured, spilling their contents when derailed, often igniting contents
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Sandusky Bay Rowing Association continues to take steps forward

Not long ago — actually less than a week ago — I had a very basic understanding of the sport of rowing. 

Long, skinny boat. Oars. How hard could it be?

Last Tuesday, I made my way to the Sandusky Bay Rowing Association's boathouse to find out.

The fact our elected officials in Washington get paid as salaried personnel, 24/7/365 a year during their term(s), is why it’s easy to believe they’re taking full advantage of that fact.

Weekly classes in Vermilion

An increase in taxes again?


The city of Sandusky is cash-strapped once again.

The city wants to either increase the income tax or increase the admissions tax to Cedar Point, or both. Why penalize city residents or Cedar Point visitors?

Bodies in 40 wooden coffins still unidentified
School board expected to decide Monday whether to move forward on construction

In reading Bob Walls’ letter to the editor recently, he stated, “If you love Port Clinton, then you will love CORD” Be informed that I love Port Clinton dearly but I, Mr. Walls, do not love CORD.

"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." Robert Frost   I've always known that my weight was an issue for me and that it was interfering with my quality of life.    There were a lot of things that I had wanted to do, but...
Classmate of Dzhokhar Tsamaev arrested with gun allegedly used to kill police officer
The second annual Chris Smith Memorial scramble is set for Aug. 2 at Woussickett with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
Pedaling for a cause.
Many followed him on Cedar Point's tallest coaster
I have battled obesity since I graduated  from high school in 1997. 
In the past four years, I have gone  from 410 pounds to 318 and back up to 340  pounds.