From an exercise standpoint this may not have been my most productive week, but I started slow intentionally.  Having struggled for a while with my bum hamstring, I wanted to be careful going into Wednesday’s final FIT Challenge.  That being said, I only spent time gardening on Tuesday prior to W

11:46 AM Jun 26, 2012

Wow.  Time flies, doesn’t it?

11:44 AM Jun 26, 2012
Sleep in a doghouse rather than jail, walk through town with a humiliating sign or cut off a child's ponytail as eye-for-eye punishment.
10:00 AM Jun 26, 2012
Many scam artists throughout Ohio are posing at utility company representatives and offering false claims that President Barack Obama will help pay utility bills through a federal program.
8:01 AM Jun 26, 2012
With their elderly parents seated across the octagonal oak table, Donna and Jim Parker were back in the kitchen they knew so well - the hutch along one wall crammed with plates, bells and salt-and-pepper shakers picked up during family trips; at the table's corner, the spindly wooden high chair where a 7-year-old Jim had tearfully confessed to setting a neighbor's woods ablaze.
6:00 AM Jun 26, 2012
Embattled Huron Schools superindendent Fred Fox will be on paid leave as the investigation into his alleged misconduct continues.
10:17 PM Jun 25, 2012
Tropical Storm Debby drenched Florida with heavy rains and flooded neighborhoods as it was parked nearly stationary Monday over the Gulf of Mexico.
8:07 PM Jun 25, 2012
An SUV driver fleeing officers struck and killed a 12-year-old girl in western Ohio, police said.
5:31 PM Jun 25, 2012

Newspapers are constantly flooded with press releases and story idea pitches. It's impossible for us to cover them all.

5:22 PM Jun 25, 2012
The Ohio Supreme Court has denied to hear an appeal from a Detroit man serving a life sentence in a murder-for-hire conviction.
3:07 PM Jun 25, 2012
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is preparing to sign a sweeping education bill that seeks to strengthen ties between the state's employers and public schools and makes dozens of other policy changes.
2:24 PM Jun 25, 2012
Diane Roepke, 15, and her friend, Stephanie White, were on the beach near the family home at Cedar Point Chaussee in July 1976 when they made a surprising discovery - a sealed wine bottle that appeared to have a document in it.
12:58 PM Jun 25, 2012
Q: Are you still publishing the Funcoast? Seems like I haven't seen the print edition of this for a couple of weeks now. - Lynn in Fairview Lanes
12:00 PM Jun 25, 2012
Q: I hear that there are hazardous chemicals transported through this area every day, both on the roads and the railways. Should I be worried about this? Who handles those kinds of disasters?
10:54 AM Jun 25, 2012