When Daniel Lake flew his vintage biplane over the Perkins High School football stadium before a varsity football game with Huron Hi
"Any false statement, if frequently repeated, carries the risk of being perceived as the truth." (author unknown)
In the Sunday edition of the Register dated April 20, it was noted by reporter Cory
CAROLE ROMP, RN, Stein Hospice Member, LEADS Class of 2008
Why is a true leader, honest and fair, on leave from her job? Is it because she's a woman, that refuses to be a puppet? You should a
By MARK NORMAN Mr. Murray's, Mr. Stahl's, Mr. Kline's and Mr. Icsman's leadership fails Sandusky res
In regards to the recent articles in the Sandusky Register concerning the Perkins Township Police Department's lack of money to run
Just a basic observation. For over one year now, I've been privileged to be a small part of a group of individuals actively engaged
I am writing this little note in response to the Huron man stating the Alaska Pipeline was built and paid for by the American people
Recently a friend and I attended the musicals of Sandusky High School, Perkins High School and St. Mary Central Catholic High School
SANDUSKY Legends come in all shapes and sizes. Sandusky Schools' just so happens to be in the form o
GROTON TWP. Erie County commissioners are worried about whether wells in Groton Township have been c
CLYDE The 14-year-old boy convicted of raping and kidnapping a classmate will not go to jail.
SANDUSKY More city leaders may soon be under the microscope of an investigation. Comm
NORWALK A Willard man who claims he fell violently ill after eating at Casa Fiesta in late April is
LAKESIDE-MARBLEHEAD Ohio's rarest flower will usher in a celebration of local culture and activities
SANDUSKY Balancing an umbrella in one hand and a golf club in another can be tricky.
SANDUSKY Commissioners Dennis Murray Jr., Craig Stahl and Julie Farrar took part in a heated, hour-long deb
GREEN CREEK TWP. An elderly Green Creek Township man died doing the thing he loved most.
SANDUSKY Former Department of Development program coordinator Kaye Conway returned to work Tuesday a