Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

Huron/Man pleads guilty to stalking

A Huron man has plead guilty to a stalking charge involving a gun.

31-year-old Matthew Walski is in jail awaiting sentencing following his guilty plea to menacing by stalking with a firearm; from a reported incident last August with a female victim near Monroeville.


Norwalk-Bellevue/Autism awareness event

Ahead of National Autism Awareness Month in April, Fisher-Titus and New Beginnings Pediatrics are asking the community to “Be a Piece of the Puzzle”.

Now through March 16th, for $5, you can pick up and decorate your own puzzle piece that will be used to create a large mural.

Money will go towards Autism-related programs through Fisher-Titus Pediatric Therapy.

The mural will be displayed April 2nd inside the Shady Lane Café at Fisher-Titus Medical Center.


Norwalk/NHS grad promoted to police sergeant

One of Norwalk’s own has been promoted to police sergeant.

2004 Norwalk High School grad, Michael Biller, was sworn in earlier this week by Mayor Rob Duncan.

Biller has been a full-time officer in Norwalk since December 2012.


Sandusky/Study coming for U.S. 6

Sandusky city commissioners have approved a $250,000 study involving U.S. 6.

A team of consultants will take on the year-long venture where they will look at current conditions and provide cost estimates for recommended improvements.

The study includes Rye Beach Road in Huron to Sycamore Line in Sandusky; along with Butler Street in Sandusky.


Norwalk/Hearts For Hunger food drive

The “Hearts For Hunger” canned food drive and community art project in Huron County has been extended throughout the month of February.

Gaymont Nursing Center is partnering with CLI Incorporated and Firelands Local LLC for the food collection event.

There are several local drop-off points that are listed online at

Students from the Norwalk High School Art Club will create a three-dimensional art piece in downtown Norwalk, composed entirely of the donations; which after a week, will be disassembled and donated to the Norwalk Area Food Bank


Erie-Ottawa Co./Schools hosting community projects at basketball games

Two pairs of local schools are joining together for good causes at their boy’s high school basketball games this Friday night.

When Vermilion hosts Huron, the schools will unite for “Kindness on the Coast” involving anti-bullying awareness.

Also at the Port Clinton home game versus Oak Harbor, the two rivals are hosting the “Rockets vs. Redskins Race” food drive.






A slight chance of rain in the afternoon.  Partly sunny, with a high near 46.



A chance of rain.  Cloudy, with a low around 42.



Rain, mainly in the late afternoon. High near 55.



A chance of rain and snow showers.  Mostly cloudy, with a high near 36.