The Sandusky Register is the newspaper of record for Ohio's North Coast, a region collectively known as the "Vacationland."
Its staff reports on news, sports, business, entertainment and other topics of interest in a four-county area halfway between Cleveland and Toledo, including Sandusky, Cedar Point, the Lake Erie Islands, Perkins Township, Huron, Milan, Castalia, Bellevue, Port Clinton, Fremont and more.
The newspaper consistently publishes must-read articles showing life in Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky counties. From exposing corrupt public officials to cheering on communities shaking off the "rust belt" reputation, the Register embodies the identity of a community newspaper.
The Register is owned by Ogden Newspapers and is located at 314 W. Market St., in historic downtown Sandusky, Ohio.
The newspaper is consistently named the best daily in Ohio in its circulation group by the Associated Press of Ohio. Its website, sanduskyregister.com, boasts millions of readers each year and is constantly updated with fresh content, including local, state and national news and sports.