The National Weather Service Office in Cleveland has issued a Winter Storm Watch, from 7am tomorrow, until 10am Thursday.
Right now, the forecast calls for 2 or 3 inches of snow tomorrow, 2-4 more tomorrow night, and 1 or 2 more inches Thursday morning.
If you’re planning to drink, plan NOT to drive.
Law enforcement officers will be out, looking for impaired drivers.
It’s a fun and safe way to ring in the New Year.
The 10th annual ‘Family First Night’ will be held tonight, at Norwalk’s Ernsthausen Recreation Center. The doors will open at 8:00. Admission to tonight’s Family First Night is $5.
Going on tonight in Port Clinton…Walleye Madness!
Willie the Walleye will drop, at midnight.
New Year’s Day means most banks and government offices will be closed.
No mail, and trash pickup will be delayed by one day.
More charges are pending, against a Norwalk man arrested for DUI.
Nicko Raymore could face child endangerment charges, because four children were in his car, when he was pulled over Friday.
A look back, at some of the area’s top stories of 2013…
A late October stand-off at Family Dollar in Willard ended in tragedy, when the gunman killed a hostage, then took his own life.
A migrant worker was slain in early June, in New Haven Township. His killers remain at-large.
Sandusky resident Curtis Clinton was sentenced to death, for killing a woman and her two young children.
The announcement was made, that Norwalk’s Janesville Acoustics would close in late 2014, putting nearly 300 employees out of work.
Cedar Point debuted its newest roller coaster, Gatekeeper.
A CSX train derailment displaced several hundred Willard families.
Starting tomorrow, Ohio’s minimum wage will increase 10 cents, to $7.95 an hour.