Several wrong-way auto accidents in northern Ohio, including a crash that killed three sorority sisters, have led the state's highway department to put up new signs designed to prevent drivers from going the wrong way.
Surgeon Timothy Jorden saved the lives of patients with gunshot wounds, lived in big home by Lake Erie and owned four vehicles. He was a product of a working-class neighborhood who became an Army officer before coming home to earn his medical degree.
This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system that makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes. This is the Sharpes' Tale.