Be sure to get a copy of Thursday's Register to read a response from Erie County Democratic Party chairwoman Amy Grubbe to Sunday's "Between the Lines" column, which is re-published below in its entirety.
Erie County Democratic Party chairwoman Amy Grubbe wrote the following guest column in response to managing editor Matt Westerhold's Sunday "Between the Lines" column. Grubbe's column was published in Thursday's Register.
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Erie County until 4:15 p.m. and says there's a chance of severe thunderstorms this afternoon until 6 p.m. in Ottawa, Sanduskyand Seneca counties.
(UPDATED 2 p.m.) A gas leak at a home has triggered an evacuation of about a dozen homes in the Stonewood Drive and East Stoneway Drive area, near Marshall Avenue in Perkins Township, Erie County dispatchers said.
A local elected official will soon serve as a sort of local diplomat, with plans to convince foreign entrepreneurs to invest money in Erie County.
Sandusky and Erie County taxpayers equally split the $2,500 cost to attend the inaugural 5 Lakes Global Economic Forum, scheduled for Sept. 24-26 in Toledo.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for a woman accused of slamming her SUV into a woman outside a Lindsley Street homeTuesday afternoon.
Ameeliah Grant, 28, of the 400 block of Scott St., faces charges of felonious assault and leaving the scene of an accident, Sandusky police Detective Gary Wichman said.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - President Barack Obama's fall mission: Remind voters why they chose him in the first place, hope the economy doesn't get worse - and paint Mitt Romney as an unacceptable alternative.