4:20 PM Apr 6, 2014
Heroin seizures for Mulligan’s team almost zilch
2:50 PM Apr 6, 2014
Remember Kenny Lofton climbing the wall in center field and to rob Baltimore's B.J. Surhoff of a go-ahead home run in 1996?
2:17 PM Apr 6, 2014
Parent company gives no reason for pending closure
1:00 PM Apr 6, 2014
Would you like some kitten with your coffee?
12:34 PM Apr 6, 2014
Vermilion school board members have scheduled a special meeting for 7:30 p.m. Monday at the district’s administrative office, 1230 Beechview Drive, Vermilion.
12:20 PM Apr 6, 2014
Sandusky High School held its Winter Sports awards banquet March 19 at the Sandusky High School cafeteria.
12:11 PM Apr 6, 2014
Local theaters ready for upcoming productions
12:03 PM Apr 6, 2014
Icsman in the interim after Ard’s firing but city manager search will be quick, local
11:50 AM Apr 6, 2014
We’ve finally seen traces of spring, but the impact of spring break has been much more obvious.
11:45 AM Apr 6, 2014
Sandusky ex officio mayor Dennis Murray Jr. answered some questions from the Register about the city manager’s position:
11:34 AM Apr 6, 2014
Huron school board members have scheduled a special meeting for 6 p.m. Wednesday at Shawnee Elementary School, 712 Cleveland Road E., Huron.
11:20 AM Apr 6, 2014
Obesity adds stress on joints
10:41 AM Apr 6, 2014
Real estate professional returns to silver screen in ‘Captain America’
10:01 AM Apr 6, 2014
Screening and registration is 9 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the former Jackson Junior High School building, 617 Jackson St. Appointments are required.
9:00 AM Apr 6, 2014
Millions head to the polls to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai in spite of threats by the Taliban to disrupt the process with violence
7:30 AM Apr 6, 2014
Perkins commits six errors, Truckers score 6-4 road win
7:30 AM Apr 6, 2014
Get History every day in the Register
6:30 AM Apr 6, 2014
Coastal Management program previews what they may see
6:00 AM Apr 6, 2014
Organization backs gun owners in court.
2:57 AM Apr 6, 2014
A judge has set a $2 million bond for a man accused of raping a 13-year-old Ohio girl while she waited for a school bus.
12:10 AM Apr 6, 2014
Officials in a southwest Ohio city support a plan to name a new stretch of state highway for astronaut Neil Armstrong, who lived in the area after becoming the first man to walk on the moon.