In what's become a comedic community event, participants will have three minutes to dash up and down aisles, grab items from t
NORWALK Todd Jordan was sending and receiving text messages only moments before the fatal crash that
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 11:40 p.m. -- 8600 block Ohio 4, Jason Smith, 3
Maybe the lawsuit against Marina District developer John Eymann, in which some erstwhile partners of his allege fraud, including mon
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Was it a threat? Or was it a realistic appraisal of financial conditions, changed to reflect changes in those conditi
The letter writer who suggests we not use government services is confused about those who criticize government, thinking they believ
What an extensive amount of information Haag Enviro, owned by Bob and Ruth Haag, has provided to the City of Sandusky. Along with th
When we look at our city we can comprehend the value of our outstanding schools, hospital and library. Ida Rupp Public Library is a
I feel very fortunate to be a first-grade teacher at Monroeville Elementary School. The community support is evident through the num
The Sept. 18 Reader Forum carried some information regarding H.R. 1388. has previou
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The story on Page A-10 of the Sept. 19 Register refers to "painful needle sticks into his bone and muscles' and goes on
SANDUSKY The Firelands area generally has been doing better than Ohio as a whole. From January to Au
HURON TWP. MetroParks' non-lethal weapon in the fight against Canada geese is Daizee Bleu, a 31/2-ye
SANDUSKY If you're fishing for something fun to do this afternoon, stop by the Shelby Street B
SANDUSKY Hundreds of fishermen caught more than 1,000 bass Thursday on Lake Erie as part of the ESPN
NORWALK A good lawyer can get prisoners out of jail, but so can a bad economy. Budget cuts could have
TOUSSAINT RIVER The U.S. Coast Guard, federal and state agencies rescued two fishermen who went
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PUT-IN-BAY The Federal Highway Administration announced Thursday it will award $475,000 to the