As you know by now, Governor John Kasich has withdrawn from the presidential race.
Now the question is, will or won’t he be Donald Trump’s running mate. Trump said yesterday he’d consider Kasich for vice president.
Two people were treated for injuries suffered in a crash on the Thomas Edison Bridge on State Route 2 in Margaretta Township.
According to the highway patrol’s Sandusky post, yesterday’s mid-morning crash was triggered by a trucker hauling stone, who struck a guardrail in the westbound lanes. One section of the guardrail penetrated the cab and trailer, while another section flew into the eastbound lanes and was hit by two oncoming cars.
The truck driver was taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center, and was later charged with failure to control and driving with impaired alertness, after inspectors found discrepancies in his log book. The driver of one of the cars was taken to Magruder Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.Troopers said traffic was maintained in one lane in each direction, while crews cleared the scene.
The question of golf carts on Norwalk city streets may be a moot point.
Under legislation approved by state lawmakers, road-ready golf carts will be street legal starting January 1st, 2017. The blanket law will cover all of Ohio.City council has been mulling legislation to make golf carts street legal in the Maple City. Now, it appears no action will be necessary.
Water customers in Huron will soon be able to pay their bills online.
The service will be available next month on the city’s website. Electronic checks and all major credit cards will be accepted.
Tough Mudder is returning to north central Ohio.
The extreme endurance challenge will be held this weekend, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington. Last year’s event drew thousands of people to the Richland County region.