It seems like the local elections are low profile anymore. I can remember years ago how competitive the campaigns used to be with door-to-door sales pitches, plenty of signs everywhere, and radio and TV ads.
It will likely be impossible to determine if an Erie County juvenile corrections officer’s fatal heart attack was triggered by on-the-job exertion just hours before his death, according to Erie County coroner Brian Baxter.
There is an interesting twist involving St. Mary’s (now St. Mary Central Catholic) football when it comes to active Erie County members of the Sandusky Bay Conference.
The Panthers — so-called for the first time in 1936 — have been playing football since 1924, and have been in the SBC since the...