Teamwork is the key, so economic development officials in Erie County are trying to get the players together. The cou
SANDUSKY Two wheels are sometimes better than four. And could be the answer to summer
NORWALK A Norwalk man died Saturday after his motorcycle struck a car that pulled in front of him on
SANDUSKY Most employees know the feeling of dragging through a shift while illness wages war against
BERLIN HEIGHTS Jemima Ewing is missing. And it seems hard to find anyone who cares.
SANDUSKY The special counsel in the civil service case of former Sandusky police chief Kim Nuesse be
Gov. Ted Strickland vows that, one way or another, he'll try to get his education reform and funding package enacted next year.
PORT CLINTON Like a strapped homeowner poring over bills at the kitchen table, Robert Bratton worrie
HURON Dogged determination paid off for Ellen Hanck, a Sandusky resident who won the honor of naming
HURON TWP. Move over, CoCoBeanOs. You'll have to share attention with Erie County's n
MARBLEHEAD The Tile Club of Toledo is a rare kind of organization. But even harder to
SANDUSKY With the first day of school fast approaching, final preparations are underway for returnin
SANDUSKY Hunched over in a red leather chair, his wrists locked in yellow handcuffs and his head bow
VERMILION It's likely Vermilion voters will decide if they want to pay extra for street repairs.
PERKINS TWP. Count them in. The Erie County Commissioners voted 3-0 to get behind the
ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF Thursday, Aug. 14 9:30 a.m. - Milan Cemetery, 110 S. Edison Drive, Milan, th
Faced with a win or go home situation, the Sandusky American Legion Post 83 baseball team scored an 11-inning, 4-3 win over Eden Pra
The Sandusky American Legion Post 83 baseball team saw its eight-game winning streak snapped Friday afternoon, falling 6-1 to Bellev
By BRAD STORER Administrator, Erie County Care Facility When reading the Aug. 1 Register, I came across the "Thumbs Up
Green thumbs UP to Veggie U. and its efforts to show kids how interesting and fun it is to eat what's good for you -- an effort for
SANDUSKY 2006 Vermilion graduate and Oklahoma State junior Andy Oliver, who has been involved in an