Two more nights of bitter cold conditions are in store.
Tonight’s projected low is eight-below zero, and tomorrow night, seven-below.
The Village of Greenwich’s water supply has a chlorine level currently above the EPA threshold.
Do NOT consume the water at this time. The Village will have their system flushed by 4pm today. After 4pm please run your faucets for 5 minutes before consuming the water.
A 14-year-old Norwalk boy escaped serious harm, after being hit by a car.
The accident occurred at 4:20 yesterday afternoon. According to reports, Kyle Burton ran in front of traffic on Whittelsey, near the intersection of League Street, when he was hit. The boy was alert and talking when emergency crews arrived on scene. As a precaution, he was taken to Fisher-Titus Medical Center. No charges are expected.
More interviews tonight, at Norwalk High School.
The Board of Education will meet behind closed doors at 7, for second-round interviews with superintendent applicants. Interviews were held last night as well.
At least one Sandusky teen may face charges, for sharing pictures of a nude underage girl.
Sandusky police are investigating the incident, involving a 13-year-old boy, and an 11-year-old girl. According to reports, after repeated requests, the girl recently sent the boy the illicit images. He then shared them with friends, and the pictures eventually wound up online. The girl and her mother went to police, after friends told her the pictures were being shared. The boy, and anyone else who shared the images could be charged with child pornography.
For the second time this week, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has rejected proposed marijuana legislation.
The reason: the petition didn’t have enough valid signatures. It required 1,000 for a legal review…It had 883. A group called Responsible Ohioans for Cannabis wants to legalize growing, using and selling marijuana and related products in Ohio by individuals 18 and older. It’s a different proposal than one submitted by ResponsibleOhio. That group’s petition was rejected earlier this week, because of wording issues. ResponsibleOhio officials said they will make corrections and re-submit by tomorrow. If it’s approved, that issue could appear on the ballot this fall.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is borrowing some of Toledo’s road salt and giving it to District Two counties that are running low.
20,000 tons will be distributed among 8 counties, including Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca Counties.
Scenes for the new Bruce Willis movie might NOT be shot in Marblehead after all.
“The Plain Dealer” reports crews have stopped shooting the independent film “Wake” in Cleveland after 10 days because they ran out of money. No word yet whether filming will be completed…or whether crews will be in Marblehead in April.
Girl’s tournament basketball continues tonight and we’ll be live at Mansfield Sr. High School for Division II action between Norwalk and Willard. Pre-game coverage begins at 6 with the tipoff at 6:15.