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Support programs Fisher-Titus Medical Center hosts the following support groups, all of which are free and open to the general public:
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Exercise comes in many forms. You can bike, walk, swim, do aerobics, take a kickboxing class or shoot baskets.
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New London raffle NEW LONDON The New London Community Club is raffling off the last New London board game. Tickets are $1 and available at Crickets at 23 E. Main St. All proceeds go to downtown beautification.
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It was a foot-stumping good time Wednesday night in Uptown Norwalk. Despite the threat of storms which thinned out the crowd early, Whiskey Falls entertained listeners on Main Street for the annual Thunder in the Streets event, which returned after a one-year hiatus.
5:05 AM Jul 25, 2010
The majority of us feel we're paying too much for water and sewer, but we're pretty fatalistic about it. Fully 62 percent say "Yes," we're paying too much, "but we'd end up paying it one way or the other so it doesn't matter," according to recent Reflector online poll. Nineteen percent are more accepting, chalking it up to "the cost of doing business."
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MONROEVILLE - Kim and David Stang gave new meaning to "mobile home" when they moved a two-story traditional American home in this village Wednesday. Some village residents gathered and watched the house being moved along West Street. The pictures with this article show some of the stages of the move.
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JUNE 27, 1947 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 60 years ago:
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CLEVELAND Michael Stanley and The Resonators are set to heat up the Bud Light Main Stage at 9 p.m. Sept. 1 at the 12th Annual Taste of Cleveland. The event is presented by Pepsi, Cleveland.com and WKYC-TV 3.
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MILAN Shantel Wolfe and Clayton Bowers, seventh-graders from Berlin-Milan Middle School, recently qualified for Power of the Pen writing competition at the state level. The annual two-day event is held at Wooster College, offering many additional activities on campus for young writers to explore. Out of 7,000 students who compete at the local and regional levels of Power of the Pen, only about 9 percent reach the state level.
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NORWALK The following people recently were convicted of drunken driving in Norwalk Municipal Court: Bryant W. Seitz, 41, of Vermilion. Violation date: May 22. Conviction date: June 14. Sentence: $600 fine, $55 costs, six-month license suspension and three days in jail; credited with $250 and three days in jail time upon completion of alcohol intervention program (AIP); defendant has limited driving only on proof of insurance and occupation from June 29 to Dec. 14.
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If the city of Norwalk can't work with Berry's to allow minimal drinking in Bresson Park so the city will not be seen as favoring a business how can they justify closing down Main Street for 24 hours in the middle of the week to showcase Summit Raceway Park? It would seem to me we are working a double standard here. The claim by the administration that "Thunder in the Streets" brings people to Norwalk is probably legitimate. On the other hand, disrupting 30 or so businesses on Main Street is what? The request by Doug Berry to allow him to sell a couple of drinks to bring more people into that area of Main Street seems to me to be a proper business request also. He and his employees are required to pay taxes to the city, which helps the city coffers.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
None of us, it seems, has enough time to do the things we want to do. Between work, hauling kids around, yard work, cooking dinner, working a second job, etc. there's little time to do things like play golf, go sailing, watch a movie, or increasingly, even sleep. With viewership declining and becoming increasingly fragmented, broadcasters are coming to terms with this and they are trying to help us out by creating programming that does not take a full hour or even a half hour to consume.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Students' free speech rights have taken a big hit following a Monday Supreme Court ruling about bong hits. We have been watching with interest the case of Joseph Frederick, now 24, who sued his high school principal after he was suspended for 10 days in 2002 for displaying the banner "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" at an Olympic Torch Relay in Alaska. Frederick was not in school that day and unfurled his banner across the street from his school and classmates, who were watching the relay.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Motorists are being reminded by the state Highway Patrol there will be heavy traffic throughout the weekend as Summit Motorsports Park is hosting the inaugural Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals starting Thursday. Expect traffic delays on the roads leading to and from the track, specifically Ohio 18, Ohio 601 and U.S. 20.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Van Dresser Jr. earns award Realtor Frank Van Dresser, with RE/MAX Quality Realty, Norwalk, has been awarded the "Executive Club" award from RE/MAX International for his outstanding sales performance in the real estate industry in 2006.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
NEW LONDON Council voted to refinance two water system bonds Monday, saving the village $139,000 in today's dollars over a 15-year period. The first series was sold in 1973 at a rate of 5 percent interest and the second in 1997 at a rate of 6.3 percent. The new series will carry a 4.76 percent rate, and there will be no charge for the changeover.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
SOUTHSIDE, W.Va. Man has always tried to take control of and push machines to the limit, but control is just an illusion when dealing with something as unpredictable as race vehicles that flirt with such unnatural speeds. Saturday night, one driver found out just how unpredictable those vehicles can be.
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HIGHWAY PATROL Minda A. Ebersole, 19, of 288 Section Line 30, Willard, hit a dear on Fayette Road in Fitchville on Monday.
5:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Independent candidates for Norwalk City Council, Dwight Tkach and Stan Obrenovich, both officially withdrew their petitions to appear on the November ballot during this morning's Huron County Board of Elections meeting. Tkach had to withdraw because of a technicality that would have caused his petitions to be ruled invalid. By withdrawing, Tkach can now run as a write-in candidate. He must file to run as a write-in by Sept. 5.
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Jacklyn A. Cleary, 24, of 1742 Maple Ridge Road, later was arrested on an unrelated Norwalk Police Department warrant. She also was charged with driving with a suspended license and an open container violation.
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Like Jason, just when you thought the proposal to allow Berry's to serve alcohol in Bresson Park was dead, it has reappeared.