12:00 PM Jul 22, 2014
Is the pregnant woman who was assaulted by her boyfriend healthy after the attack?
12:00 PM Jul 11, 2014
How much did Sandusky Schools pay to produce the Indie Treehouse video in supports of its Transformation Plan and new building project? Trevor in Sandusky
12:00 PM Jul 18, 2014
What are they doing moving all the dirt on Southwest Road near the Ohio Turnpike? Paul on Rogers Road
12:00 PM Jul 17, 2014
Is there any update on the "blue baby" story? How is the little one doing, and were any charges ever filed? Liz from Berlin Heights
12:00 PM Jul 16, 2014
Why would a vacant house still be listed under the deceased owners name? Also, why is the mail delivered under the deceased name to another home they owned? Carl in Margaretta Township
11:30 AM Jul 15, 2014
Are the sidewalks that were recently installed on Milan Road (U.S. 250) will be extended any further? Tim in Sandusky
9:30 AM Jul 14, 2014
At the intersection of Columbus Avenue and East Strub Road, these are by far the worst sensors for lights I've ever seen. Many mornings, you can sit at the light heading westbound and the turn arrows trigger. Or you wait forever. I'm not sure if the sensors are in the road or come from the light themselves, but it needs to be recalibrated. Will someone do something about this? And have those cones at Perkins and Remington been removed? John in Sandusky
12:00 PM Jul 21, 2014
I have read the articles in the Register about Strickfaden's Park on Bell Avenue, and have checked the township website, but I cannot find any plans that show the new walking trails that are currently being worked on? Is there an updated drawing that shows the trails? Also will they be blacktop? Kat in Perkins Township
11:30 AM Jul 10, 2014
I remember an article in the Register about local officials working toward constructing a bus shelter near where the Sandusky Mall and Target is. What ever happened with that? I sometimes see people standing out on a narrow grassy island waiting for the bus. Alex in Perkins Township
12:00 PM Jul 9, 2014
I live near, but not close, to the railroad crossing at Pipe Street. It seems that the air horns on the trains have gotten a lot louder recently. In 2005, the Federal Railroad Administration set a maximum train horn volume of 110 decibels at 100 feet. It seems like it is 110 decibels from three blocks away. I support railroad safety, but the sounding of horns at crossings — two long, one short, one long — are really loud. Is it possible the trains have gotten louder and are exceeding the maximum loudness level? Jeff on Cleveland Road
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