Dr. Phil show to feature Gravelle siblings
Two victims of the 2005 infamous Gravelle ‘caged kids’ case in rural Wakeman will reunite on the “Dr. Phil” show on Wednesday.
Eighteen year-old Simon will be surprised by being reunited with an adopted sibling for the first time in 10 years .
Their parents, Michael and Sharen Gravelle, were sentenced in 2007 to prison time for child endangering after making their children sleep in cage-like enclosures.
The show will air Wednesday at 5:00 pm on WKYC Channel 3 in Cleveland and 4:00 pm on WTOL Channel 11 in Toledo.
Norwalk woman facing felony OVI charges
A 40 year-old Norwalk woman faces a fourth-degree felony OVI charge.
It was the fourth OVI arrest in the last 10 years for Chelsea Mundy of North Prospect Street; meaning the OVI would be raised to a felony.
Mundy’s latest arrest for speeding and OVI took place on U.S. 250 in Huron Township.
Cedar Point improving security
Cedar Point is adding some extra security measures for this season; as the park said they will be installing metal detectors at all of their entrances.
Cedar Point opens May 6th.
The new 18-acre ‘Cedar Point Shores Water Park’ opens its’ gates on Saturday, May 27th.
Sandusky receives $100,000 grant to clean up former gas station site
Sandusky officials have received another $100,000 grant from the state to clean up a site previously occupied by a gas station.
According to the Sandusky Register, the city has been awarded a second $100,000 grant; which they will be using to remove a third underground storage tank at the former Sunoco gas station on Tiffin Avenue.
The money will also pay for the eliminating of any contaminated soil and the demolishing of all remaining structures.
Perry’s Memorial likely closed this year for repairs
Perry’s Victory and Peace Memorial on Put-in-Bay will likely not re-open to visitors this year.
The monument is slated for repairs; all part of a $1.8 million federal-funded project including the re-pointing of the exterior monument column and interior tile work.
Norwalk Rotary Pizza Bakeoff is tonight
The Norwalk Rotary Club is hosting their 18th annual ‘Pizza Bakeoff’ tonight at Norwalk High School.
The event features pizza from seven different area parlors with money raised going to the Rotary’s ‘Caring for Kids’ programs.
It runs from 4:30 to 7:00 pm.
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST – 4/25
Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. High near 74.
Partly cloudy, with a low around 53.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 81.
Partly sunny with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. High near 78.