Regarding this $100,000 deposit on the Marina District project that was supposed to be a certified or cashier's check from developer John Eymann: Review it again and notice the posting date at the bottom: (May 11, 2009)
If you missed it, here's audio of the tirade city commissioner Bob Warner launched on Tim Schwanger over the $30,000 change order Warner independently approved (what a powerful guy!) on the paint job of the Hayes Ave underpass:
The World Series begins tonight, and either of the Cleveland Indians' best pitchers — C.C. Sabathia or Cliff Lee — could win World Series MVP. Both are wrapping up legitimate Cy Young seasons. Both have a chance to earn their first championship ring.
I'm not really a big fan of Fox News. In fact, I seldom watch it. I might see a few minutes of it if a TV is tuned to the channel somewhere I happen to be, but that's about it. I get my news mostly from reading the newspapers and listening to NPR.
It’s tough being a person – male or female. In my opinion, it’s emotionally draining being a woman. Why do I think that? So few of us are comfortable being who we are. Me included. Rarely do I talk to a woman who doesn’t loathe some part of herself. If she’s not loathing her hair, then she’
Many politicians in Sandusky and across the state are looking over the horizon to 2010.
And in fact, the four Erie County office holders who come up for re-election next year — Bill Monaghan, Tom Paul, Roger Binette and Tygh Tone — all say they plan to seek new terms in 2010.
I've noticed only two political signs left out after the election: Craig Stahl (corner of Bogart and Columbus) and Dwelle (corner of 250 and Bogart). Is it only a coincidence that those who lost the election left their signs out as if to say, "ah, I lost - so who cares if I take my signs down p
S A N D U S K Y -- It's not everyday that a newspaper gets to write about one of it's own employees, but that's exactly the situation the Sandusky Register found itself in after a Cook County sheriff's deputy cited Register sports editor Anthony Moujaes Tuesday night. After attending a baseball