A Wind Chill Advisory will be in effect from 10 tonight, until 10 Sunday morning.
Columbia Gas service has been fully restored to western Sandusky and Bay View.
And, after a water main break in Bay View, a boil advisory is in effect until 8 tonight.
A fight outside Kalahari has led to criminal charges against a Norwalk man.
27-year-old Michael Day is accused of assaulting a 28-year-old Huron man early Sunday morning. The victim suffered serious facial injuries. The fight broke out, after an argument over which branch of the military is better. Day has been charged with felonious assault and disorderly conduct by intoxication. He’s currently free on $5,000 bond.
A Norwalk city council member has scheduled a meeting to discuss a request to allow backyard chickens.
Second ward councilman David Wallace will meet with residents at 7pm March 3rd, at the Norwalk Reservoir clubhouse. Wallace and other council members are seeking feedback from residents. The city currently has an ordinance banning backyard chickens. But at a recent meeting, retired Norwalk public works director Ralph Seward asked city council to reconsider the ban. He said he’d like to have four chickens at his Fair Road residence for the eggs. Since then, council members have received positive and negative feedback.
It appears another ride is coming down at Cedar Point.
Park officials wouldn’t confirm or deny it, but the Sandusky Register says ‘Shoot the Rapids’ is being torn down. The water ride debuted in 2010 in Frontier Town. In July of 2013, seven Cedar Point guests were on a Shoot the Rapids boat that malfunctioned. While ascending a lift hill, the boat suddenly went backward nearly 200 feet, then continued until hitting a concrete flume and overturning, with riders still inside.
With just three games left in the regular season, Monroeville boys basketball coach Jeremiah Diebler has resigned, for personal reasons. The resignation took effect immediately. Monroeville is 3-16, and 2-10 in the Firelands Conference. Assistant coaches Ted Caldwell and Anthony Langhurst will coach the team for the remainder of the season.
An All-American wrestler from Sandusky has died.
Kevin Randleman passed away last night, at age 44. According to reports, Randleman died from heart failure. Randleman won a state wrestling championship in 1989, and then won two national championships at Ohio State. He later became the UFC heavyweight champion.