This past weekend the Sandusky Register and Snap Shots Photography cosponsored the annual Fourth of July photography contest. The contest corresponds with the Stars & Stripes festival in downtown Sandusky.
One of the macro trends of the news business for the last decade or so has been that there are more and more news outlets chasing fewer and fewer stories (you can read all about it at journalism.org; that particular observation was in last year's study, if
Did anyone read Thursday’s “Local Voices” page? Dr. Steve Prentice wrote what I thought was a great piece about health care reform. He said our health care system is really a “sickcare” system. And I must agree… It is!
JUST IN -- Former Sandusky police k-9 officer "Justice" has placed himself up for adoption at the Erie County Human Society. Justice released a one page press release shortly before the announcement was made by a series of yips and barks at acting Sandusky police chief Charlie Sams.
Because of where I work, (Serving Our Seniors) I am well aware of the number of older adults who have not been able to afford to stay connected to their utilities. For that reason, (and because I live in a Styrofoam home), I am especially interested in the price of natural gas and what it’s goin
The yacht club battle presents a debate similiar to that which the country faced last year when the left and right political spectrum argued over whether to bail out the auto industry: The health of the corporate giant vs.