Male suspect entered the south entrance of the business, 117 Whittlesey Ave., on Monday morning.
Is rebranding Whitney Field 'palatable solution' to naming rights?
Oglesby Construction Inc. donated 20 tablets worth $2,000.
The Norwalk Fire Department has received a FEMA grant for Huron County first-responder communications equipment.
Since the ODOT toll revenue credit will provide 95 percent of the grant, it means “huge savings for our residents.”
Jim “Basketball” Jones returned to Maplehurst Elementary for assembly full of life lessons.
“We have good coverage in the area.”
Work begins on old Norwalk Theatre
Storm sewer fall-out on Patrician Drive will be repaired.
Columbia Gas of Ohio workers are replacing high-pressure gas mains on nearby Seminary Street.
Housing a North Central EMS/Fisher-Titus ambulance at the Norwalk fire station provides an extra level of protection.
Downtown event is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Buying new sirens would cost $20,000 to $25,000.
“If you ignore the first letter, they will have to show up at this certain date” for a hearing.
Storm had sustained winds of 100 mph, took our multiple large trees