Huron City Schools superintendent Dennis Muratori is now one of three finalists for the same job in Elyria.
Second round interviews are scheduled for February 21st, and a decision is expected next month.
Tonight is when the Norwalk Board of Education will interview three applicants for superintendent.
Three more interviews are scheduled for tomorrow night. One applicant was interviewed last night.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows 55 percent of Ohioans approve of Governor John Kasich’s job performance.
30 percent disapprove.
As we first told you yesterday morning, workers at KBI in Sandusky overwhelmingly rejected the company’s contract offer.
435 of 442 union employees, or 98 percent, said no to the proposal, which contained substantial cuts in wages, health insurance and other benefits. It’s not yet known if the union and the company will meet again.
A Sandusky woman was arrested Tuesday, for allegedly swiping cash from her employer.
Jessica Sears is facing a felony charge of safecracking, and a misdemeanor count of theft. She’s accused of stealing more than $700 from a safe at Sears, in the Sandusky Mall. She’s currently free on bond.
Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins will be laid to rest today.
The 70-year-old Collins passed away Friday, days after suffering cardiac arrest.
Jury deliberations are underway, in the corruption trial of Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly.
Kelly is charged with 25 criminal counts. Among the accusations against him: spending public money on himself, destroying records, and selling county-owned copper to a scrap yard.