Water service should be turned back on early this afternoon, in the area of Hull and Galloway roads.
It was shut off this morning, after a water main break. The Erie County Water Division says once service is restored, a boil advisory will be in effect for 24 hours.
The intersection of State Routes 99 and 547 in Monroeville re-opened this morning.
It had been closed since Monday, due to a gas leak.
Charges could be filed against a man accused of making threats toward R.R. Donnelley and Sons in Willard.
The man is described as a ‘disgruntled ex-employee.’ He lives in Seneca County, and he allegedly made threats toward the plant. No other information was released about the threats. As a precaution, a Willard police officer was stationed at the factory Wednesday and yesterday. Willard police also contacted Seneca County deputies about the situation.
Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer has come under fire, for following porn stars on Twitter.
According to the Fremont News Messenger, before deleting his Twitter account yesterday, Overmyer followed at least five female adult film stars. When questioned, the Sheriff said he unintentionally followed them. The News Messenger said information on Overmyer’s account was revealed by Clyde police Chief Bruce Gower. Gower has filed petitions to run against Overmyer in the March primary election.
An Elyria woman who stole several thousand dollars from a Norwalk construction company will be sentenced next month, after pleading guilty to a charge of felony theft.
Michelle Dawley confessed to swiping the money from BOCA Construction. The theft occurred over the summer. She’s expected to receive probation, and make full restitution.
About 85 workers at the Erie County Health Department are getting raises.
After discussing a three-percent increase, the health board agreed on a two-percent raise. The increase will take effect in January.
Next Tuesday is when Norwalk City Council is expected to approve the city’s 2016 budget.