Village council OKs request for village to go out for bids for the water treatment plant project.
Foxes have always been known for their intelligence and in folklore going back over 2,000 years.
Village council seeks replacement for Neil Winslow, who resigned.
Contractors are hopeful to resume construction over the next few weeks.
Firelands Ambulance Service employs 30 people who together have 311 years of local experience.
Two boys, ages 12 and 6, involved in gross sexual imposition investigation
Time on council “was my way of giving back to the community.”
The forced main sewer project between the two parks is behind schedule because of the weather.
New London cops used search warrant Thursday night at 104 North Main St.
Village council members also passed an emergency resolution to apply for an Ohio Water Supply Revolving Loan.
Teen and dogs escape unharmed; New London crew fights two house fires in two days.
Long-time Rotarian and editor of the New London Record has been named a Paul Harris Fellow.
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates for Feb 1, 2018:
Village will still remove snow and keep the grass and weeds under control.
Tim Grys will finish out Landis’ last two years of term.