Northern Ohio is feeling the heat the first day of summer as temperatures are expected to approach all-time records in some cities.
5:07 PM Jun 20, 2012
Q: My friends, a married couple, are trying to play cupid and hook me up with another single friend of theirs. I went out with him several times, and there just isn't any chemistry, and he's really not my type. I know they are just trying to help, but they keep pressuring me to go out with him again and tell me to act differently around him, be more of a lady. It's getting to be a bit too much. - Hounded
4:07 PM Jun 20, 2012

My boss, managing editor Matt Westerhold, has been getting some heat from our more conservative readers for the column he wrote for our editorial page a couple of weeks ago criticizing Fox News, the right-leaning cable news channel and Web site.

3:47 PM Jun 20, 2012

Derek Davey at the Geneology Northwest Ohio blog shared a bunch of links this week to free services for genealogical research.

2:42 PM Jun 20, 2012
The Ohio Department of Commerce is warning Ohioans about an internet scam related to unclaimed funds.
2:26 PM Jun 20, 2012
A former Sandusky city commissioner contends area government officials stole his drawings and installed a copyrighted sign without consent.
2:24 PM Jun 20, 2012
The Ohio congressional candidate known as "Joe the Plumber" suggested in a campaign video that German gun controls contributed to deaths during the Holocaust because Jews didn't have firearms to defend themselves.
2:21 PM Jun 20, 2012

I am amazed at how my eating has changed in the past six months.  I no longer crave things that aren’t especially good for me.  When I go out I automatically look at the salad menu and don’t even think about having dessert. 

12:51 PM Jun 20, 2012
On Tuesday we answered a question about when the city will chose a new police chief. There is an update to the answer following a city meeting Tuesday evening.
12:12 PM Jun 20, 2012
Q: When will Sandusky decide on a new police chief? - Martha on Larchmont Drive
11:59 AM Jun 20, 2012
An angry crowd shouted protests Tuesday night as Huron School board members voted 3-2 to suspend superintendent Fred Fox and pursue termination proceedings against him.
10:55 AM Jun 20, 2012
The Republican-controlled House on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow the Border Patrol to circumvent more than a dozen environmental laws on all federally managed lands within 100 miles of the borders with Mexico and Canada.
10:00 AM Jun 20, 2012
A raging fire that caused $250,000 in damage to a Perry Street warehouse Monday could have been much worse, Sandusky firefighters said.
8:00 AM Jun 20, 2012
Recession-plagued states diverted scarce money away from pensions to pay for more immediate concerns, leaving a $757 billion hole in the retirement funds covering millions of public employees, according to a study released Monday.
6:00 AM Jun 20, 2012