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The Sept. 18 Reader Forum carried some information regarding H.R. 1388. FactCheck.org has previou
I feel very fortunate to be a first-grade teacher at Monroeville Elementary School. The community support is evident through the num
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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
Cartoon printed September 24, 2009 For more opinions, yours and ours, click
PUT-IN-BAY The Federal Highway Administration announced Thursday it will award $475,000 to the
SANDUSKY Carrie Handy, the city's chief planner, told the Sandusky Planning Commission she receives
NORTH FAIRFIELD Kathe Wilhelm will go to Afghanistan next month. Of this she sounds c
SANDUSKY Get ready to celebrate one of the city's most well-known residents and government emp
NORWALK Chains jingled as Steven Rodvold was led by three uniformed guards through the glass doors at the entrance of Norwalk
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF Monday Sept. 21 5:44 p.m. -- Ohio 4 and Strecker Road, Joshua D.
HURON Huron City Council's safety committee is working with the police department and the city's law
SANDUSKY Erie County department heads will once again endure painful cost-cutting measures in the co
PORT CLINTON The Experimental Aircraft Association's B-17 Flying Fortress "Aluminum Overcast&qu