I stopped by the most-watched tree in Perkins Township on Wednesday afternoon. The eaglet at the Old Dutch nest is growing fast, so much so that when I arrived mom was sitting outside the nest on a neighboring branch and dad was nowhere to be found.
In true knee jerk Sandusky City Commission fashion, the commissioners were about to take an emergency vote on giving away public property to the Sandusky Yacht club. "No need to examine or consider the ramifications of such a decision," Sandusky Ex-Officio Mayor Craig Stahl didn't say, "Let's ha
President Barack Obama chose Sonia Sotomayor at least in part because she adds "diversity" to the court — she's a woman, and a Hispanic, those shoring up the administration's ties with two key constituencies.
Not a real eventful week last week. I’ve been told I'm always dressed up for the party; I'm just not ready to go. I have six months to prove that I'll be ready for the party when it starts.
My workouts start back up on June 2, so I know I will have a lot to tell you next week.
Public sightlines to the water must be preserved because the waterfront is a natural resource that enhances economic development. Public property should not be privatized to simply benefit whoever has enough money to take it.
I remember the day when the very thought of providing all Americans with health care — compliments of the tax payer — was repulsive to the majority of our American society and the American Medical Association.
Everyone seems to be chiming in with their opinion on Sandusky's grass cutting scandal. And I feel the need to put my two cents in. The story starts with 48-year-old John Hamilton seeing Central Park's grass over a foot tall. So last week he went out and did something about it.