The ‘S’ word is in tomorrow’s forecast.
There’s a slight chance of rain and snow showers in the morning.
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown was in Perkins Township this morning.
He toured NASA Plum Brook’s Space Power and B2 facilities. Brown is a supporter of NASA.
A slow-moving truck will bring traffic to a crawl in some of Huron County.
The truck is hauling a 260-ton electrical transformer from Fulton County to Stark County, today through Wednesday. It’s being escorted by four highway patrol troopers, at speeds of just five miles per hour. The route includes parts of U.S Route 224, and State Route 162.
Charges are pending against four teens accused of leading law enforcement officers on a short chase in Norwalk.
The early Saturday morning chase wound along several streets. It ended, when the 17-year-old driver crashed into a tree at East Main and Oakwood. Two of the teens were arrested near the crash site. Two others were arrested near Maplehurst Elementary. They were taken into custody.
It passed the Ohio House, but now it’s hit a red light in the Senate.
A bill that would ban texting while driving has been delayed, while a subcommittee defines texting. Other senators question how the law will be enforced. Also bogged down in Columbus: New laws regulating internet cafes. Legislation was introduced last year, but there’s been no vote. Internet cafes offer slot-like machines.
A crash involving farm machinery sent a Clyde man to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.
William Frankart was flown there late Saturday afternoon, after his fertilizer spreader overturned on County Road 21 in Seneca County. The highway patrol is investigating the crash.
A Sandusky man was arrested over the weekend, after firing a shotgun inside his Sheffield Way apartment.
Jeffery Perrin was charged with improper discharge of a firearm. He told police he was cleaning the shotgun, when it went off. No one was injured.
The village of Plymouth will hold a ‘Spring Clean Up’ April 21st.
Residents should play unwanted household items out the night before.
State Route 13, near U.S. Route 224 in Greenwich will close this Friday, for railroad crossing repairs.
The work should be complete by April 21st.
One week and one day until the Norwalk Rotary Club’s annual Pizza Bake-Off.
It’ll be held at Norwalk High School.