Eating out or visiting a local bar for a brew are great ways to unwind without worrying about cooking or cleaning up afterward.
3:34 PM Apr 29, 2012
Change is difficult.
3:00 PM Apr 29, 2012
Excerpt from today's editorial about the U.S. Border Patrol's practice of near absolute secrecy: It's a federal problem with a federal agency, and we call on U.S. senators Sherrod Brown and Robert Portman, and U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, our representatives in Washington, to demand accountability where accountability can be provided and demand that an appropriate process be put in place to assure the public is informed to an appropriate level.
12:43 PM Apr 29, 2012
Several wrong-way auto wrecks in Ohio, including a crash that killed three sorority sisters, have pushed lawmakers to introduce legislation that would bring bigger fines and longer license suspensions for wrong-way drivers, especially those who've been drinking or driving under suspension.
10:00 AM Apr 29, 2012
A report by the state's auditor has found that the Ohio Department of Transportation could save more than $6 million by selling underused heavy equipment and vehicles and closing two rest stops in eastern Ohio.
3:07 PM Apr 28, 2012
Margaretta Schools will ask voters in August to renew a permanent improvement levy that would generate $175,000 a year.
1:10 PM Apr 28, 2012
UPDATED WITH VIDEO A large variety of antelope called an Eland caused a ruckus on U.S. 250 today after it escaped from its home at Kalahari Resort's safari park and wandered onto a neighbor's lawn.
12:45 PM Apr 28, 2012
Sandusky administrators fired a part-time police officer after a background check turned up details on a car crash and drunken driving charge last year in Lorain County.
12:43 PM Apr 28, 2012
An attorney for a suicidal animal owner's widow who is seeking the return of exotic animals that survived an October release said she has adequate cages for them at her eastern Ohio farm, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.
11:00 AM Apr 28, 2012
An Elyria man attacked a fellow motorist Wednesday at Trinter Road and Ohio 60 in an apparent case of road rage.
9:00 AM Apr 28, 2012
It has become a familiar but frustrating drill for farmers in the Northeast. With temperatures expected to fall below freezing, they spent Friday preparing orchard heaters, irrigation systems and frost alarms to protect fruit crops that blossomed early and are particularly vulnerable to the elements.
6:00 AM Apr 28, 2012