My two boys, Will and Payton, and I will be embarking on another road trip this summer. You may remember last year when the boys and I started at the “0” mile marker of U.S. 250 and drove it until it ended in Richmond, VA.
Q: I've been seeing this guy who happens to be bi-racial; I'm white. He's very attractive, successful, and he is good to me but my friends don't approve. I don't want to break it off because this could be going somewhere. I'm utterly confused. - Surrounded by scrutiny
Excerpt from the Viewpoint editorial in today's Sunday Register, May 27, 2012:
These are not easy cases. Victims are often reluctant to talk about the crimes and evidence is sometimes difficult to develop. At times it can seem near impossible to draw facts from allegations. And sometimes the victims have checkered backgrounds.
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Erie County commissioners abruptly slammed the brakes on a proposed license plate tax hike, which could have doubled or tripled fees for area residents.
The three commissioners unanimously rejected assessing additional fees for each time someone registers or renews a license plate through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
Q: Hey can you find out whats going on with the parks downtown there are still no flowers anywhere. Are the going to be put in before Bike Week starts? It would be good to have the parks ready. Thanks. -Jim on Clinton St.
More than three years after his seven-week-old infant son was killed, Matthew Bain, 28, faced a judge in Erie County Common Pleas Court on Friday.
Bain told the court he "dropped" his son in the bathtub of the Camp Street apartment where he and his girlfriend were living.
Striking workers at the U.S. Tsubaki plant on Sandusky's west side reached the end of the road after a decision by the National Labor Relations Board denied an appeal.
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