8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
No one was injured in a reported house fire at 3969 Ohio 601 today. The cause is unknown. The Huron County Sheriff's Office received a call at 2:24 p.m. and dispatched the Norwalk Fire Department.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
Thirty more seconds or so, and Donna Ratliff could have been seriously hurt or worse. The Norwalk High School senior was asleep early Tuesday morning, when she heard a noise that sounded like falling hail.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
No one was injured in a house fire at 3969 Ohio 601 Wednesday. Norwalk firefighters suspect the probable cause was an unattended candle left burning on the living room coffee table. The Huron County Sheriff's Office received a call at 2:24 p.m. and dispatched firefighters and North Central EMS. A dispatcher, soon after the call, said "it was going pretty good."
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
MONROEVILLE - Village council Tuesday implemented a public records policy designed to increase accountability and improve the ability to retrieve public records. Council unanimously adopted the policy as a result of the state attorney general's changes to Ohio's public record law.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
Christmas may be over and forgotten in January, but at Fisher-Titus Medical Center, the giving continues. Each year around this time, the hospital awards grant money to school districts in its service area, through its Health Education Grant Program. The program helps funds tools school districts use to make science and health education relevant and fun to students.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
Water and sewer bills for Norwalk are going up for residents who use more than 1,000 gallons of water a month. Water rates for users within city limits will rise from $5.50 to $5.70 for each thousand gallons. Sewer rates will increase from $5.10 to $5.60 for each thousand gallons. The increases will show up on the bills for January use, which residents will receive in February.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
CLEVELAND - As an annual source of inspiration and expert advice, the 65th annual National City Home & Garden Show returns to the I-X Center in Cleveland Feb. 2 to 10 to showcase the region's finest landscaping architects and the latest home trends and design innovations. With three walk-through model homes, nearly 30 blooming garden displays and six seminar stages, America's largest home and garden show is not just a show - it's a destination, according to organizers. Live entertainment, interior design showcases, a "green' living pavilion and daily cooking demonstrations are captured within 20 sprawling indoor acres. Hundreds of thousands of visitors annually attend the nine-day event for its high-end exhibits, accessible expert advice and sophisticated project ideas.
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
Jan. 9, 1904 The top stories in The Evening Herald on this date 104 years ago:
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
Jan. 9, 1904 The top stories in The Evening Herald on this date 104 years ago:
8:17 PM Jul 25, 2010
JAN. 9, 1904 The top stories in The Evening Herald on this date 104 years ago:
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
I've ranted here from time to time about my dislike/trust of Hillary Rodham Clinton. While at the time of this writing (Tuesday afternoon) the results of the New Hampshire primary were not known, it sure looked like the Barack Obama tide was going to swamp her again. She's looking like the Big 10 to his SEC. While I'm glad that it looks more and more each day like she will not be the Democratic nominee for president, I must confess a little sympathy for her. It must be hell having your life's dream shattered and the entire country watching it transpire, with probably at least half of them reveling in it.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
I've ranted here from time to time about my dislike/trust of Hillary Rodham Clinton. While at the time of this writing (Tuesday afternoon) the results of the New Hampshire primary were not known, it sure looked like the Barack Obama tide was going to swamp her again. She's looking like the Big 10 to his SEC. While I'm glad that it looks more and more each day like she will not be the Democratic nominee for president, I must confess a little sympathy for her. It must be hell having your life's dream shattered and the entire country watching it transpire, with probably at least half of them reveling in it.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
Last March, the Rev. Dan Hunt and his wife, Sharon were $35,000 in debt. She bought the bare minimum at the grocery store. The couple had stopped eating out and going to the movies.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
Last March, the Rev. Dan Hunt and his wife, Sharon were $35,000 in debt. She bought the bare minimum at the grocery store. The couple had stopped eating out and going to the movies.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
SANDUSKY The North Central Ohio Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors received the 2006-07 Jack E. Bobo Award of Excellence, presented by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA). The award recognizes associations in the NAIFA federation that excel in areas critical to their success and growth over a one-year period. Those areas are members benefits, advocacy, membership and governance. "It's and honor to be recognized by the National Association for the work we've done to be successful this year," said Albert Waitman, association president. "Our goal is to provide insurance agents and financial advisors who are members with the tools they need to better serve their clients. With a strong local association, the people of Erie, Ottawa, Huron, Seneca and Sandusky Counties benefit. Not only do our members follow a strict ethical code, they have access to resources that help them stay well informed in this competitive industry. The people of our community should do business with a North Central Ohio Association Member."
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
Last March, the Rev. Dan Hunt and his wife, Sharon were $35,000 in debt. She bought the bare minimum at the grocery store. The couple had stopped eating out and going to the movies.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
Stephen Schaeffer, Republican candidate for Erie County clerk of courts, will face the winner of the Democratic primary next November. Schaeffer, of Huron, said he hopes to improve "e-government" through a Web site to serve not only citizens of Sandusky, but citizens on the edges of the county in communities such as Milan, Bellevue and Vermilion.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
A New London man was sentenced to 10 months in prison Tuesday for two business break-ins at the end of August. Huron County Common Pleas Judge Jim Conway offered defendant Dale R. Burrows, 37, of 33 Westwood Drive, to spend up to six months in a prison focusing on education and substance abuse treatment, but Burrows decided he didn't want to be on probation. <p><em>Read the rest of this story in <a href="http://activepaper.olivesoftware.com/Default/Skins/Norwalk/Client.asp?Skin=Norwalk&amp;Daily=NRWK&amp;AppName=1">Today's Reflector</a>...</em></p>
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
Construction will begin next week on Cline Street from Union Street to the Cline Street-Milan Avenue connector. The first phase of construction will be the installation of water lines and storm sewers. Traffic will be maintained in both directions during this phase whenever possible, but short-term lane closures will be necessary at times. The city advises drivers to try to use other routes for the two months this phase will take to complete.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
WAKEMAN The annual financial report for the fiscal year 2007 for Wakeman Township has been completed and filed with the auditor of the state of Ohio. This report is available for public inspection by appointment at the office of the fiscal officer, Diane Wolf, 4913 Green St., Wakeman. Call (440) 839-2185 with questions.
8:16 PM Jul 25, 2010
WAKEMAN The annual financial report for the fiscal year 2007 for Wakeman Township has been completed and filed with the auditor of the state of Ohio. This report is available for public inspection by appointment at the office of the fiscal officer, Diane Wolf, 4913 Green St., Wakeman. Call (440) 839-2185 with questions.