Three people are behind bars, after a meth lab bust in Bellevue.
According to reports, Kara Hale, Michael Highlander and Shane Williams were arrested late Wednesday night, at a home at the corner of Hamilton and Kilbourne streets. All three were taken to the Sandusky County Jail.
Sears is disputing a report that says the company plans to close more than 100 stores and layoff more than 6,000 employees.
Seeking Alpha, a financial news and market tracker claims the company will close 55 Kmart Stores, 30 Sears Department Stores and 31 Sears Auto Centers. The story says many of the stores are in the Midwest, including Ohio. Sears Holdings currently owns nearly 800 stores and 1,100 Kmart Stores. A sears spokesperson said store closing and layoff numbers are not accurate. He declined to provide new figures.
A state board may reconsider a decision to allow a proposed wind farm in Greenwich.
The matter could be discussed next week in Columbus.
A verdict could come today, in the trial of a Monroeville man accused stabbing another man during a November, 2013 fight outside Daly’s Bar in downtown Sandusky.
The case involving 32-year-old Joseph Moffit was heard this week, in Erie County Common Pleas Court. Prosecutors told the jury that Moffit stabbed 32-year-old Joseph Dendy four times, causing serious injuries. Jury deliberations will begin this morning.
Ohio State University officials have released new allegations against former band director Jonathan Waters.
The school delivered new information to The Columbus Dispatch about sexual assaults Waters allegedly ignored, and nudity-filled videos of band members, including some with Waters’ involvement. The information was released in response to Waters’ wrongful termination suit against the university.
Federal health officials say Cleveland’s response to the Ebola scare will be a national model.
The head of the Centers for Disease Control’s Ohio response team told City Council yesterday the coordination between the city and hospitals made the crisis ‘manageable.’ People who had contact with nurse Amber Vinson were also celebrated for ‘staying put’ for monitoring.
Norwalk City Council has cancelled its Tuesday, October 28th meeting.
City Council’s next meeting is scheduled for November 4th.
In-person early voting will be offered tomorrow.
Hours at the Board of Elections Office will be 8am until 4pm.