Donning polos and khakis as they arrived from other jobs they've landed since their retirement pensions were slashed, demonstrators lined up Wednesday outside the Obama campaign office on Columbus Avenue.
The discovery of century-old baseball cards in an Ohio attic isn't going to make anyone super-rich even though it's being called one of the most exciting finds in the history of sports card collecting. That's because the cards and the money are being evenly divided among 20 cousins.
This week on Between the Lines, Matt Westerhold hosts Sharon Johnson, a life-long city resident who is outspoken on Sandusky issues. She's starting a weekly blog at sanduskyregister.com called "Your Five Minutes Are Up."
The state watchdog has found that Ohio's leading education official was on the payroll of a Texas-based standardized testing firm when he lobbied state lawmakers last year on a bill that benefited the company.
Is gas drilling ruining the air, polluting water and making people sick? The evidence is sketchy and inconclusive, but a lack of serious funding is delaying efforts to resolve those pressing questions and creating a vacuum that could lead to a crush of lawsuits, some experts say.
Be sure to be at sanduskyregister.com at 1 p.m. Thursday to meet the Register's newest blogger when she is the special guest on "Between the Lines." You'll also get to hear me rant about the Sandusky city commission's ability to do nothing about ... just about everything.