1:15 AM Jun 2, 2010
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS NOT AVAILABLE PERKINS POLICE MONDAY, MAY 31 12:57 a.m. -- 5900 block Milan Road, John Davila, Jr., 36, Saginaw, Mich., open container of liquor. 1:21 a.m. -- 600 block Brandon Blvd., argument over turning up air conditioner.
6:19 PM Jun 1, 2010
Local officials are reminding motorists to brake for safety during Ohio Bike Week. Erie County Sheriff's Capt. Paul Sigsworth said the 10-day event is relatively safe, but he's prepared to deal with any problems if necessary.
3:39 PM Jun 1, 2010
Erie Fresh, a nonprofit organization dedicated to local food and sustainable practices, will begin a Friday afternoon Sandusky Farmers' Market in the Jackson Street Parking Lot behind Crush Winebar and Peddler's Alley.
2:48 PM Jun 1, 2010
A judge sentenced Maurice Hopkins to 34 years in prison for shooting into a home on Third Street.
2:04 PM Jun 1, 2010
House lawmakers on Wednesday approved a bill that makes "sexting' by minors illegal but keeps them from being labeled sex offenders. State Rep. Dennis E. Murray, Jr., D-Sandusky, co-sponsored the bill that now moves to the Senate.
10:10 AM Jun 1, 2010
By JESSICA JAMES Special to the Register SANDUSKY
12:10 AM Jun 1, 2010
SANDUSKY POLICE SUNDAY, MAY 30 2:20 a.m. -- 600 block Pearl St., Melissa Willis, 26, 300 block Lawrence St., threat of domestic violence, aggravated menacing, persistent disorderly conduct. 3:13 a.m. -- 300 block E. Madison St., Jeremy Pearson, 20, 1300 block Prospect St., disorderly conduct.
12:06 AM Jun 1, 2010
A child psychiatrist said he believes a Milan Elementary student accused of drafting a hit list of students belongs in a treatment center, not locked up like a criminal. "I wouldn't send a kid like that directly to jail," said Theodor Rais, a psychiatry professor at the University of Toledo who specializes in child and adolescent behavior among other areas of study.
12:01 AM Jun 1, 2010
A planned update of Erie County Solid Waste District's master plan has drawn warnings from township officials, who say a proposed recycling plan will burden township budgets. "I'm pretty negative about this whole plan," Margaretta Township trustee Tim Riesterer said. "The county is just dumping on the townships and municipalities."
1:02 AM May 31, 2010
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF SATURDAY, MAY 29 1:17 a.m. -- Sheriff's office, Alan Barnbrugge, 35, 400 block Jackson St., warrant for probation violation. PERKINS POLICE SATURDAY, MAY 29 12:48 a.m. -- 900 block E. Perkins Ave., Paul R. Hite, 46, 1400 block W. Madison St., operating motorcycle outside permit restrictions.
12:55 AM May 31, 2010
Q: I heard Markley's opening was being delayed because of the city's slow processing of a Revolving Loan Fund loan. The loan was approved last year, and apparently Markley's still doesn't have the money. What's the deal? Jim on Erie Boulevard
12:49 AM May 31, 2010
It's a given that the St. Paul High School class of 2010 was extra-special to the family members and friends who have supported them. But these 59 graduates also hold a special place in the hearts of principal Jim Tokarsky and Norwalk Catholic School president Walt Klimaski, though the two educators have witnessed plenty of graduations and have more to come.
12:44 AM May 31, 2010
Last month, Ohio led the nation in creating new jobs. It's an encouraging sign. The job situation in the state is expected to continue improving, although economists warn that the job gains likely will be slow.
2:39 AM May 30, 2010
By SHAWN FOUCHER foucher@sanduskyregister.com HURON Huron city officials on Thursday fired a shot across the bow, warning Erie County Commissioners not to mess with sewer rates without consulting them first. Commissioners Pat Shenigo and Bill Monaghan, meanwhile, said they had no idea what Huron officials were talking about.
2:38 AM May 30, 2010
By MELISSA TOPEY topey@sanduskyregister.com SANDUSKY House lawmakers on Wednesday approved a bill that makes "sexting" by minors illegal but keeps them from being labeled sex offenders. State Rep. Dennis E. Murray, Jr., D-Sandusky, co-sponsored the bill that now moves to the Senate.
2:00 AM May 30, 2010
2:00 AM May 30, 2010