Not even rain clouds could dampen the excitement.
Kalahari Resort unveiled its new Safari Outdoor Adventure Park Saturday, and even though the rain delayed parts of the grand opening until next weekend, Quinn Clarke got to try it out.
Shortly after 1
A 47-year-old New London man who nearly caused several motorists to crash on U.S. 6 was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Bradford Lee, first block of Fitchville River Road, was traveling west in the eastbound lane in downtown Huron on U.S. 6 near Williams Stre
John Eymann wants back more than $89,000 of his infamous $100,000 deposit.
Unless Eymann significantly lowers his request, the city says he'll get nothing.
Interim city manager Don Icsman said the city followed the development contract and
A Huron man indicted for attempted murder and other charges in connection with a brutal attack on a woman was granted bond by an Erie County Common Pleas judge.
Michael Barrett, 57, Linden Drive, remains in the Erie County jail for the April 13 incident in lieu of a &
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19
12:25 a.m. -- 200 block W. Perkins Ave., man loitering in his car behind area business after hours told officers an employee of store was to leave his cell phone in mailbox and he was trying to get in touch with him.
Thumbs UP for Lovey Leavell, the 70-year-old college graduate from Sandusky who figures it's never too late to learn. And that's her lesson for the rest of us.
Thumbs DOWN to stormchasers -- not the ones who seek out pictures and information about storms to let other peop
Assistant news editor, Sandusky Register
There's nothing like the view from the back of the pack in your first big race.
As the mass of runners inched forward at a glacial pace, I felt relieved to see more than half wearing headphones and casually chatting.
Recently my opponent wrote to the Sandusky Register in reply to criticism from many parties (including me) over his support for Ohio's new hospital tax.
In part he said the following, "(Hospitals) have also earned our special thanks for helping to stabilize Ohio's economy and budget by shouldering an
A Peace Pole was planted May 15 at 407 Pearl St. in Sandusky.
When you plant a Peace Pole in your community, you are linking with people all over the world that have planted Peace Poles in the same spirit of peace. There are over 2000 Peace Poles. They can be found on all the continents around the world.
We believe the discount should continue (for all-electric houses), as that was our reason for building and using all electric in our home from 1975 till now.
Our son now lives in that house., and we remodeled another home, took out gas heat and opted for all-electric because of the incentive given at that
Just to clarify the amount of state aid received by Huron City Schools and other schools. The state of Ohio likes to take credit for monies, the 32.8 percent to which the Register referred in a recent article, sent to school districts that were already on the tax rolls.
For example, the state legislature
A concerned resident in Oak Harbor called police Thursday morning to report a large wild animal -- possibly a bobcat or mountain lion -- in a wooded area on the east side of the village near Finke Road.
According to a dispatcher at the Oak Harbor Police Departmen
Dancers will converge on the Sandusky State Theatre from 2-7 p.m. Saturday and 2-6:30 p.m. Sunday.
The 2010 Moving Company Recital "Gotta Dance" will fill the theater with parents, children and supporters. Tickets are available at the door.
CINCINNATI (AP) - An Ohio woman with a $3,000 legal debt from nearly 30 years ago has avoided prison, thanks to strangers who paid it off.
A recent story about the plight of 61-year-old Dorothy Rembert, who has seven grandchildren, moved Gene Ellington of Cincin
A Sandusky man driving a tractor trailer rammed into the rear of a state Department of Transportation truck stopped to protect a pot hole crew on Interstate 80 westbound, causing a fiery crash and snarling traffic for miles.
Only minor in
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF
MONDAY, MAY 17
8 a.m. -- Ohio 2 near Ohio 101, Jianguagn Qi, 39, Chicago, cited for driving overweight truck.
TUESDAY, MAY 18
3:24 p.m. -- 10900 block U.S. 250, Milan, Cory Staniford, 18, Greenwich, and 17-year-old boy both
A mini charter bus carrying students to Cedar Point went off the road Friday morning on Ohio 4 near Ohio 547.
The driver of the Urban Express Transportation bus fell asleep, went off the side of the road and managed to come back onto the road, trooper said.
CATAWBA ISLAND TWP.
Ready for a doggone good time? Bring out the balloons and hats for the "Every Greyhound Birthday Party' this Saturday.
The North Coast Greyhound Connection has hosted the fundraiser for the past three years.
The thing is, they're right.
Erie MetroParks commissioners aren't accountable to Erie County commissioners when it comes to the budget, and accountable to no one save the probate judge when it comes to keeping their jobs.
So all we can do is bemoan their tone when park commissioners Micah V
By CORY FROLIK
Former Register Huron County reporter
Back when Delonte West still played for the Boston Celtics, several fans started a Facebook page to raise money to help pay for West's tattoo removal s
Residents of the greater Sandusky area will have quite a bit to take in this weekend as the downtown area is the setting for two different events, both of which should be great fun for all ages. The Maritime Museum of Sandusky is hosting May Days, an annual celebration of the area's maritime history, complete