A Sandusky woman received more than 80 stitches to seal multiple lacerations on her neck, arm, chest and back Thursday night after her ex-boyfriend used a box-cutter to attack her, according to police and the woman's family.
Bob Haag and Tim Schwanger visit the Register studio to talk about the benefits of the proposed Sandusky city charter amendment, which voters will consider on Tuesday. The change would make the city manager an elected position.
This week on the Sandusky History blog, we learn about a movie that was more than just entertainment. In 1918, residents flocked to the Schade Theater downtown to watch a film about Ohio soldiers preparing for World War I.