A 19-year-old Bellevue man was killed Sunday afternoon when his motorcycle was hit by an SUV at County Roads 308 and 62 in York Township, according to the Fremont post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Trisha A. Smith, 24, of Green Springs was driving a Chevro
A Sandusky woman awoke early Sunday to find a man she didn't know in bed with her.
The woman, who lives in the 1400 block of Judy Lane, told police she rolled over and saw the man sleeping next to her. She screamed and woke the man, who ran from the house.
Drew Scheeler's appearance on "Jeopardy!" wasn't the teen's final answer to his love of trivia and game shows.
Sandusky native Scheeler, 19, will again put his brain to work on national television with appearances on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire on Monda
A vandal smashed the windows of The Zinc Brasserie, Cesare Avallone's restaurant, over the weekend.
The Zinc is an upscale restaurant on Columbus Avenue.
Read about this and other vandalism in Tuesday's Register.
Q: Hi Jason, Can you find out how many vicious dog attacks there have been in Sandusky so far this year? And what is done when a dog viciously attacks another dog? So many people walk their dogs in town and I've heard of innocent dogs being attacked and the owners just being ticketed for "dog at large." It see
Was your home damaged in the recent storms that hit the area?
Watch out for out-of-state contractors who may knock on your door asking to give estimates. When residents sign a form agreeing to an estimate, they may actually be signing a contract, ac
An ad in Sunday's Register pictured a baby monkey that was "free to a good home," perched on the shoulder of a smiling young man.
Sorry folks -- the monkey's not available, and the man is already taken.
If you called to find out how you could make that monkey your own, you're not
This is the weekend to celebrate May, thanks to May Days and the 6th Annual Victoria Weekend at Put-in-Bay. There are plenty of great family-friendly events to get you and the fam out of the house, like a bird walk, a Kids Salute to the Troops and International Museum Day (one of our favorites!).
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF
THURSDAY, MAY 13
2:07 p.m. - Camp Road and Ohio 2, Huron, Keith A. Braun, 33, Norwalk, overloaded trailer.
FRIDAY, MAY 14
11:44 a.m. - Smith Road and Ohio 4, Bellevue, Ronald C. Orns, 51, Toledo, overloaded trailer.
An overheated pool motor filled a storage room with smoke at Margaretta High School, interrupting a band banquet.
Bobbi Elliott said a few dozen band students and their parents were eating in the gymnasium Monday evening when the fire alarm sounded,
Welcome, fight fans, to the Sandusky City Commission Monday Night Extravaganza.
In this corner, we have Commissioner and former police chief Kim Neusse and her packet of facts, figures and testimonials about International City/County Management Association, a group being considered to conduct a study of both the
Initially, I was adamantly opposed to spending $68,500 for anything other than that which was absolutely required to run the city of Sandusky. As I began to examine the issue and myself in the process, I discovered I was wrong.
I believed at the time that Commissioner Nuesse should not have been at t
You've run several letters blaming the Community Reinvestment Act for most of our economic woes. This explanation smacks of Limbaugh Delusion Syndrome, in which all our problems must be "something them liberals done."
Clinton and the Bushes together gave us our present trade policies, which put
In the May 3 Register, there was an article on free legal advice. It gave two days people could call the numbers listed for free legal advice.
On Thursday, I called and was told by the young lady who answered that I was calling too early -- 4:55 p.m. -- and that service would not be available until 5 p.m.
I guess with summer coming the establishment has once again decided to try to fill city and state coffers by infringing on our individual freedoms by trying to force us by threats and intimidation to fasten our seat belts, or be ticketed and fined!
I appreciate all the statistics that the Register has pro
I attend Berlin-Milan Middle School and I'm in eighth grade. I love animals. When I was little, if there was an animal that was hurt, I would take it to an animal shelter.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals by itself can't save all the animals. If you volunteer, it will make a b
More than 12 inches of rain in a two-day period brought about the worst flooding the Nashville, Tenn., area has ever experienced, and will probably never experience again in our lifetime! Our daughter lives in Nashville and was safe from the flooding, but many neighborhoods were flooded up to the roofs of their homes. S
Property taxes from Kalahari Resort have generated more income than expected in the past few years, leading Erie County officials to figure out how much of the surplus they can keep before forwarding any to Perkins or Huron schools.
The county is sitting on �
Next year, the thrill is back.
Cedar Point's new ride for 2011, which already has been ordered but not been announced publicly, will be aimed at thrill seekers, said Dick Kinzel, Cedar Fair's CEO.
The amusement park's long-term plans for new rides is
Cedar Fair is still carrying a big load of debt on its back, and the deal with Apollo Global Management that was supposed to remove that weight
collapsed in April.
But Cedar Fair executives, who find themselves still running a publicly traded company
Colby Waldroup left his house near Pittsburgh at 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning to witness Cedar Point open its gates for its 141st season.
By 9 a.m., the 17-year-old and a pack of his friends waited behind a gold ribbon at the park entrance, eager to be unleashed for