News

Monday, January 20th, 2020

Weather making some headlines this morning…

Erie and Huron counties are currently under a Level One Snow Advisory after a few inches of the white stuff fell last night and overnight. 

 

It’s Martin Luther King Junior Day.

Commemorations are being held nationwide.

In Elyria, the annual Commemorative Walk will leave Eee-lee Square and head to the high school for a multi-media program.

Also, no school today, no mail either…and most federal offices and banks are closed.

 

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has announced the resignation of Sandusky County Prosecutor Timothy Braun.

Braun was under investigation after female employees accused him of unwanted sexual contact and inappropriate sexual intimidating, and threatening comments on several occasions.

Braun pleaded guilty last month to negligent assault after he was accused of inappropriate contact with two women in his office.

 

A woman from Sandusky is spending time in jail after being arrested in connection with an animal abuse case.

According to the Sandusky Register, law enforcement executed a search warrant at the 44-year-old’s Monroe Street residence after officers reportedly found close to 30 abandoned cats, a dog and snake in her building.

 

Norwalk residents will pay a little more for their utilities, starting next month.

The City of Norwalk says that water and sewer bills received in February for January consumption will reflect an increase in rates.

 

A road closure in Huron County…

Coder Road between Bigham Road and Section Line Road 30 in Richmond Township is closed until at least Tuesday, according to authorities.

 

The Milan Police Department is looking for some part-time officers.

Those interested are asked to apply in person at the Chief of Police Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.

 

Artists wanted…in Sandusky.

Sandusky’s Public Arts Commission is looking for artists, businesses and organizations to share their ideas for art throughout the city. 

 

Another restaurant is coming to the city of Avon.

The city’s Planning Commission has endorsed plans for a new Brew Kettle.

It’ll be located near I-90 and Nagel Road.

Groundbreaking is expected this spring.

 

From the National Weather Service…

Today – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

A chance of light snow showers. 

Partly sunny, with a high near 26.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 15.

 

Tuesday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 29.

 

Wednesday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 36.