Monday, October 30th, 2017

Man from Norwalk involved in breaking and entering and drug possession incidents

A Norwalk man was arrested on drug charges last week after confessing a week earlier to breaking into a Collins trucking company where he used to work.

Nathan Goodell and a female suspect were observed by authorities in a Norwalk business parking lot; where suspected heroin and crack cocaine were found in their possession.

Goodell was allegedly involved in a breaking and entering at Mesenburg Brothers in Collins earlier this month.


Fremont shooting and burglary suspect has charges dropped

Burglary and felonious assault charges against a Fremont man were dropped on Friday.

30-year-old Mychal Scott was arrested last Tuesday for allegedly breaking into a Christy Boulevard home in Fremont and exchanging gun fire with the home’s resident.

New information in the investigation led to the dropping of the charges.


Milan Road overpass in Sandusky closed this morning

The Milan Road (U.S. 250) overpass in Sandusky used often as a Cedar Point exit will be closed this morning for the removal of barricades.

Repairs on the bridge later today will also result in the closing of the outside lane of the bridge and the Butler Street ramp.

The duration of the closure will be based on the time it takes to complete the projects.


New voting sign-in process for Huron County residents

Huron County voters will sign in electronically when they head to the polls a week from Tuesday.

All Huron County precincts will be using electronic poll books where voters will sign their name on an iPad.

The new electronic sign-in process was used in May at two locations in the county.

The purpose of the electronic poll books is to speed things up.


Groundbreaking today for Ontario Primary school in Sandusky

Sandusky City School District officials will host a groundbreaking ceremony later today for the new Ontario Primary school.

It will take place at 5:00 pm on Ontario Street.

Demolition of the old Ontario Elementary is set for November.


November the top month for deer/car crashes in Ohio

The state is reminding residents to drive cautiously and to complete an insurance review ahead of a busy month for deer-vehicle crashes.

According to numbers from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, November is the leading month for accidents involving deer (over 4,200); nearly double the next leading month.

Lorain County had the second most crashes in the state last year with 459.




A chance of showers this afternoon.

Increasing clouds, very breezy, with a high near 49.



Partly cloudy, with a low around 36.  Breezy.



Partly sunny, with a high near 47.  Breezy.



Mostly cloudy, with a high near 48.