Here are news and notes from the city of Norwalk:
Also, Norwalk is working with Huron Co. EMA what to do about broken warning sirens.
Norwalk mother with 'untreated depression' has been missing since Feb. 28.
Targeted properties are unused/vacant and underused buildings.
“Our Medicaid license expired and, as a result, we are unable to continue serving our many wonderful clients.”
Business provided various types of home care in Huron, Erie, Sandusky, Ottawa and Lucas counties.
Norwalk city council members also approved bids and contracts for sewer separation project and sludge removal.
Republican mayor, who is seeking 3rd term, will face councilman in May primary; retired police chief is Democratic mayoral candidate on November ballot.
ODNR grant requires no matching funds from Norwalk.
Norwalk fire chief says homes without detectors a 'problem' here.
“We try to put our heart and soul in everything we do.”
Program addresses various housing needs of low- and moderate-income residents.
Anna Little is a Norwalk High School student and Benjamin Schafer attends Monroeville.
Norwalk community sad to see local Payless store close but enjoy finding good deals online.
Pleasant Elementary staff praised for being named 2018 High Progress School of Honor.