Francois Hollande, a mild-mannered French Socialist who wants to take better care of the jobless and the poor, is heading to a presidential runoff election against tough-on-immigration Nicolas Sarkozy in a vote that could alter Europe's political and economic landscape.
6:00 AM Apr 23, 2012
The Register Editorial Board plans to take on the following topics in Viewpoints coming this week:
5:07 PM Apr 22, 2012
Almost 50 children rocked out to a 45-minute heavy metal concert musician Jim Cruise headlined Saturday at the Milan-Berlin Township Public Library.
3:00 PM Apr 22, 2012
Almost every night from spring to fall, Maribeth Ringholz strolls from her Anderson Street home to a long, narrow pier behind the Sandusky police department.
1:00 PM Apr 22, 2012
A now-retired Vermilion police officer is once again a defendant in a lawsuit alleging police brutality.
5:00 AM Apr 22, 2012
The unemployment rate in Ohio dropped for the eighth consecutive month to its lowest point since November 2008 despite non-farm payrolls decreasing by 9,500, and the state expects the job market to continue to strengthen, officials said Friday.
3:07 PM Apr 21, 2012
The case against accused cop killer Kevin Randleman is moving forward again after a few months delay.
9:17 AM Apr 21, 2012
The FBI on Friday turned over a wedding ring, military-style gear and other possessions belonging to the leader of a Michigan militia who was acquitted of conspiring to rebel against the government.
6:00 AM Apr 21, 2012

For a moment, ever so briefly, we touched fingers.

“Mitt, Mitt,” I yelled, waving a business card in my hand.

At first, Mitt Romney had ignored my pleas for attention.

But then, probably by accident, we made eye contact.

5:00 AM Apr 21, 2012