Today is Tax Day, and the clock is ticking.
Forms must be e-filed by midnight tonight. If you’re mailing forms, they must have today’s postmark.
The Highway Patrol’s Norwalk Post and the FAA are investigating last Wednesday’s small plane crash in Willard.
Lt. Doug Hamman said a single engine Piper J3 took off in LaGrange, and got caught up in a crosswind while approaching the Willard Airport. The plane skipped off the runway, and went into a ditch. The pilot, from Elyria was unharmed. The plane sustained damage to the front propeller and nose.
He was on the run for months, and now he’s in the Erie County Jail.
28-year-old Mohammad Hamad of Sandusky is one of three men accused of stealing $150,000 worth of jewelry from an elderly woman in 2014. Police and U.S. Marshals found him in Virginia Beach earlier this month. He was brought back to Ohio, and is awaiting trial in Erie County Common Pleas Court. Two accomplices have admitted guilt, and are serving prison sentences of 3 and 5 years.
Tomorrow is Pizza Bake Off Day in Norwalk.
The Rotary Club’s 17th annual Pizza Bake Off begins at 4:30 at Norwalk High School. Tickets are available at the door. Adults are $10, kids 10 and under are only $5 and senior citizens are $8.
Enjoy pizza from seven different vendors to support Rotary’s Caring for Kids Program. Melissa Sharp will be broadcasting live from Norwalk high school starting at 4.
The city of Norwalk’s annual spring trash pickup is underway.
You may place up to three large items or 9 extra bags out for pickup on your regular trash day. One large item equals three bags. Large items are limited to things like mattresses, couches or TVs. Construction or remodeling debris will not be picked up.