Friday, Septmeber 27, 2013

If you’re going out to high school football tonight, you may want a jacket.

The forecast calls for clear skies, and 50 degrees.


Make it seven straight wins.

Last night, the Tribe held off a 9th inning rally, and beat the Minnesota Twins, 6-5.

The series continues at 8:10 tonight, then 1:10 tomorrow and 2:10 on Sunday.  You can hear tomorrow and Sunday’s games on 95.3, WLKR.


The Norwalk Economic Development Corporation is moving.

It’s a short office move, from 10 West Main Street, to 12 Benedict Avenue. It’ll happen, in early 2014.


The Erie County Board of Elections is in need of poll workers for the November 5th general election.

You must live in Erie County and be a registered voter. You are paid for the day – and in some cases, paid mileage. For more information, contact the Erie County Board of Elections Office.


Police in Elyria are trying to identify the man who robbed the Sears store at the Midway Mall. 

Reports indicate the man approached a clerk who was counting money at the register, shoved her aside, grabbed cash and took off.


Another busy day, for Huron County Highway Department crews.

Today, they’ll repair and pave DeRussey Road, between Zenobia Road and State Route 18 in Hartland Township.


 Final approval has been given to Governor John Kasich’s Jobs and Transportation Plan.

Kasich’s camp says 60,000 new jobs will be created and $3 billion will be spent on infrastructure over six years.  Work will start yet this year.


The Highway Patrol is launching a program in central Ohio inviting would-be thieves to steal cars!

Yesterday, troopers received four “bait cars” from Nationwide Insurance.  The cars have cameras and technology to allow the Highway Patrol to track them if they’re taken and make an arrest.


Deer hunting season begins this weekend in Ohio with new rules designed to give sportsmen more time in the field. 

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says gun and muzzleloader hunting hours are being extended to 30-minutes past sunset to an antlerless-only muzzleloading season is being added this year.  The archery hunt for white-tailed deer in Ohio begins tomorrow.


If you like model trains, you will want to head to the Erie County Fairgrounds this Sunday.

The Firelands Society of Model Railroaders will hold a model train show between 10am and 4pm.  Vendors with all track gages will be on hand.  Admission is $5 for adults and free for those under 18 and active duty military personnel.


Food, beer and entertainment.

It’s all part of the 2nd annual North Coast Oktoberfest, tomorrow, in front of the Sandusky State Theatre. Dave Taylor, Executive Director of the Sandusky State Theatre also says kids activities will be offered all day. At 8pm, the theatre will show Ohio State and Wisconsin on the big screen.