A South Central Middle School student will remain in juvenile lockup, until at least November 5th.
As we first told you yesterday, the 14-year-old North Fairfield girl was arrested by Huron County deputies Tuesday night, after posting comments on Facebook that she was going to harm people in the school cafeteria. She’s currently charged with inducing panic. Huron County Juvenile Court administrator Chris Mushett said the girl was at a detention hearing yesterday, and was told she’ll remain in the Seneca County Juvenile Detention Center until her next court appearance, November 5th. South Central Schools were closed yesterday, but classes began as scheduled this morning.
Some Bellevue officials are set to make more money.
This week, Bellevue city council approved pay raises for the mayor, auditor, law director and city prosecutor. Effective January 1st, the auditor will earn $37,000 annually, the law director will make $33,000, the mayor $32,000 and city prosecutor $27,000. They’ll receive a two percent raise each year, until changed by Bellevue City Council.
Firefighters in Perkins Township are investigating an early Wednesday morning blaze at a home on Bogart Road.
Firefighters were called at 6:30 yesterday morning, and the area was sealed off, while emergency crews worked at the scene. According to reports, no one was home at the time.
A bit of good news, for Ohio schools.
The Ohio House and Senate have approved a bill restoring some funding previously struck from the state budget by Governor John Kasich. The measure adds nearly $44 million to schools. Kasich is expected to sign the bill.
It’s a very popular question: When is tonight’s Trick or Treat time?
The answer: 5:30 until 6:30 in Willard, and 6:30 until 8 tonight in Norwalk.