So after an expensive, long battle that developed the economies of no one but the lawyers, Sandusky’s Marina District development ha
SANDUSKY The best place to be if you're looking for up-to-the-minute election results Tuesday evenin
WILLARD Sitting on his porch, puffing on a Marlboro cigarette, Homero Trevino feels nauseated.
WILLARD Clad in T-shirts with superheroes emblazoned on the fronts, a pair of children, no older tha
Funcoast.com was just about everywhere for Halloween. Whether you made it into one
SANDUSKY Imprisoned ex-attorney Elsebeth Baumgartner is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider re
FREMONT Fremont police working with the Sandusky post of the FBI appear to have solved the Old Fort
SANDUSKY "Diamonds are forever. E-mail comes close." That's what the Wall S
NORWALK Brett T. Ziemke, 20, Norwalk, remains at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo followin
Erie County Sheriff No reports available Perkins Police Friday, Oct. 30 2:24 a.m. -- 3000 block Milan Ro
Managing editor, Sandusky Register It might be a leap of faith for Sandusky residents who have never met Richard Koon
In Sandusky, we have an election that could not only dramatically change (again) the makeup of the city commission, but the directio
I attended the flu clinic Friday at the Erie County Health Department, hoping to get the H1N1 vaccine. We all know there are shortag
Recently a Montana jury ordered the company that makes Louisville Slugger aluminum bats to pay $850,000 to the family of a man
SANDUSKY Congress has sent a $475 million Great Lakes restoration measure to President Barack O
I strongly support Pervis Brown, Jr. for Sandusky City Commissioner. Although he has not served a full term, Pervis is a traditional
SANDUSKY The real estate market for homes has deteriorated for years in north-central Ohio. But you'
WILLARD Americans are no strangers to hard work. Research shows Americans work longer
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SANDUSKY Kids and dogs both had a chance to enjoy dressing up for Halloween.
Sandusky acting police Chief Charlie Sams said Justice has been back at work for "a couple of months now.' The dog was a