A Monday night stabbing in Norwalk has led to a felonious assault charge.
18-year-old Katelyn Taylor was arrested Monday night. According to police reports, Taylor allegedly stabbed her brother, 20-year-old Kyle Taylor with a kitchen knife, during an argument at their South Old State Road apartment. He was taken to Fisher-Titus Medical Center, for treatment of a punctured lung. She was taken to the Huron County Jail.
An Erie County Common Pleas Court jury has recommended death for Curtis Clinton, the Sandusky man convicted of killing Heather Jackson and her two children last September.
The jury came back with its decision yesterday afternoon. Judge Tygh Tone can accept, or reject the jury’s recommendation. He’ll announce his decision tomorrow. If he imposes a death sentence, Clinton’s case will automatically go to the Ohio Supreme Court for an appeal.
The annual holiday drive, sponsored by the Norwalk Fire Department and the Huron County Department of Job and Family Services is in full swing to help families in need.
New unwrapped gifts may be dropped off at the fire department, or Job and Family Services, Entrance C during regular business hours, until December 17th.
The Willard Area Ministerial Association’s annual free Community Thanksgiving Dinner is set for Sunday, November 24th, between 4:30 and 6:30 at the Willard High School commons.
Food for the traditional Thanksgiving dinner is donated by area churches.
It was almost too good to be true.
After dipping well below $3 a gallon, area gas prices rose 50 cents or more yesterday, to $3.29 a gallon.
If you’re a FirstEnergy customer, expect your electric rates to go up.
CEO Anthony Alexander said yesterday that customers will pay more, because the company is rebuilding transmission lines and substations. Rates won’t go up until at least 2015.
Presale tickets are available for Saturday’s playoff football game between St. Paul and Wellsville. You can buy tickets in the St. Paul High School athletic office during school hours tomorrow and Friday and between 7 – 8 tomorrow night. Tickets are $7 via presale and $9 at the gate. The game will be played at Orville’s Red Rider Stadium. Orville is charging $2 to park. If you can’t make it to the game, we’ll have it live on 95.3, WLKR, wlkrradio.com, the free TuneIn radio app and on Time Warner Channel 15 in Norwalk.