Classes get underway this week in Huron and Erie Counties
Classes are back in session today for Norwalk and St. Paul students. School also begins this week on Wednesday for students at Bellevue, Edison, Monroeville, South Central, Western Reserve, and Willard. School also starts on Thursday for students at Perkins and Sandusky Central Catholic, next Monday for New London, and a week from Tuesday at Margaretta. Kids at Plymouth and Sandusky went back to school last week.The Norwalk Police departments reminds drivers to allow for extra time driving, as children will be walking to school and home, along with frequent stopping by buses, as they pick up and drop off children.
Elyria man in Prison for robbing Pizza Shop
An Elyria man begins the week in prison after pleading ‘guilty’ to robbing a pizza shop in what police say, was an ‘inside job’. 24-year-old Raphael Graham gets 5 years behind bars…one of 4 suspects in last year’s armed robbery.
Trump in Akron Tonight
The Road to the White House winds through northern Ohio again today. Donald Trump will speak tonight around 7:00 pm at the University of Akron.
Lorain County Fair Opens
The Lorain County Fair opens today in Wellington. Tonight’s featured entertainment…38 Special.
Attorney General offers advice on donating to Natural Disaster Charities
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is offering some advice to help Ohioans make wise charitable donations and to avoid scams following the devastating flooding in the New Orleans, Louisiana area
Tips for making charitable donations after a natural disaster include:Be careful when giving to newly formed charities. Review claims carefully. Contact a charity before raising money on its behalf.
Some signs of a potential charity scam:Not providing details about how your donation will be used. Organizations with names that sound similar to other better-known organizations Offers to pick up donations immediately versus in the mail or online