The Cleveland Cavaliers are in Boston, for game 3 of their playoff series against the Celtics.
Tipoff is at 7, and you can hear tonight’s game on 95.3 WLKR. The Cavs lead the series two-games-to-none.
A New London man was jailed Wednesday, amid allegations he stabbed another man in the face.
39-year-old Ronald Ohm is charged with felonious assault, with more charges expected. According to reports, Ohm stabbed the victim during a fight. The attack occurred late yesterday morning, at a home on Greenwich Townline Road 79, near the Huron-Ashland County line. Deputies later seized the knife used in the stabbing, from Ohm’s Walnut Street home. The victim was taken to Ashland Samaritan Hospital for treatment of a substantial facial injury.
A group pushing to legalize medical marijuana in Ohio has filed an elections complaint against another group, claiming illegal ‘infiltration.’
The Ohio Rights Group wants to place a medical marijuana question on the ballot this fall, but now, officials say they likely won’t be able to collect enough signatures by the July 1st deadline, due to alleged interference by ResponsibleOhio. ResponsibleOhio is collecting signatures on petitions, to put a constitutional amendment on the November ballot to legalize marijuana for personal use. In a letter to the state elections commission, Ohio Rights Group officials claim their campaign has been disrupted and infiltrated by individuals associated with ReponsibleOhio. The Ohio Elections Commission will hold a hearing May 21st.
This year’s WoollyBear Festival will be held Sunday, October 4th.
The announcement was made yesterday. It’s usually held during the Cleveland Browns’ bye week, but that isn’t until November 22nd. Now in its 43rd year, Vermilion’s WoollyBear Festival is Ohio’s largest one-day festival.
Saturday night was a successful one, for seven members of Project Leadership of Huron County’s Class of 2015.
During a fundraiser held at the Collonade Banquet Facility in Milan, the group raised more than $16,000, to benefit Teen Challenge of the Firelands.
The Wall Street Journal says there has been a major setback in a proposed merger between two cable giants, Time-Warner and Comcast.
FCC staff are recommending the $45 billion deal be sent to an administrative judge for a hearing. Experts say such a hearing would likely be a protracted process that would likely kill the deal. Time Warner and Comcast are trying to convince the FCC and the Justice Department that the combined company won’t hold too much control over the marketplace.
Monroeville’s choice for a new village administrator has changed his mind.
In an email sent to Mayor Mike Adelman, current Edgerton Village Administrator Kevin Brooks said he’s removing himself from consideration in Monroeville because of significant health issues. Adelman and village council will meet next month to discuss how to proceed.
Cabela’s is coming to Lorain County.
The hunting, fishing and camping retailer will build an 81,000 square-foot store off of I-90 in Avon. Construction will begin later this year with the store scheduled to open in the fall of 2016. Cabela’s expects to employ 225 full time, part time and seasonal workers.
An early morning crash shut down some of State Route 101 in Castalia this morning.
Two cars were involved and at least one person was flown from the scene by Lifeflight. We’ll have more in news tomorrow morning.
All three eastbound lanes of the Ohio Turnpike near the Lorain-Erie County border were shut down for about three hours yesterday after a crash involving a pickup truck and a car carrier.
According to the Highway Patrol, the accident occurred just before noon when the pickup hit the rig. Shortly after the impact, the Ford truck caught fire and also destroyed five Jeep Wranglers being hauled on the carrier. There were no major injuries. Turnpike traffic was rerouted to the US Route 250 exit in Milan.