U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, continues to deny claims he knew about sexual abuse at Ohio State at the hands of Dr. Richard Strauss.
Mayor Dave Light announced former county commissioner Ralph Fegley as Norwalk’s safety service director during Tuesday’s city council meeting.
Diane Eschen has been hired part-time to assist acting finance director
It was finance director Michelle Reeder’s final council meeting and councilwoman Sharon Harwood’s first.
Project more than 15 years in the making
“We’re taking that extra step and leaving no doubt that the winners are the winners.”
“I will miss being mayor of this great city, but have full confidence that Norwalk will continue to be a great place to live.”
“It was a pleasure working with the council members and administration.”
NORWALK — The city is poised to approve its 2020 budget on Tuesday despite a projected shortfall of over $800,000.
WASHINGTON — As the House Judiciary Committee finalized articles of impeachment Thursday, Democrats and Republicans clashed over whether President Donald Trump abused his power by urging Ukraine to investigate his political enemies.
Rep. Stein did not co-sponsor the legislation.
NORWALK — The Huron County Board of Elections is preparing for the primary on March 17, 2020.
If approved it would reverse all protections under Roe V. Wade
Dec. 3 and 17 will be regular sessions.
Norwalk “not alone” in challenging search for city engineer