By order of Mayor Rob Duncan, all flags in Norwalk are to fly at half-staff until 7 tonight, to honor veterans who served in Vietnam.
Yesterday marked 43 years since the final troops returned to the U.S. from Vietnam, marking the end of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War.
The Ohio Department of Transportation Department is kicking off its 2016 construction season by announcing more than 1,100 projects across the state.
The cost of those projects will top $2 billion. 81 projects are planned for the eight-county region of District 3, which includes Huron and Erie counties. The total investment in District 3 will be $170 million.
A new report shows the number of pedestrians hit and killed by cars in Ohio during the first half of last year rose dramatically.
According to the report by the Governors Highway Safety Association, 56 pedestrians were killed in Ohio between January 1st and June 30th of 2015. That’s an increase of nearly 125%, compared to the same period in 2014. The average percentage increase for all states was 6%.
The “Price is Right Live!” is coming to the area this fall.
Based on the popular TV game show, the interactive stage show has given away more than $10 million in cash and prizes since its inception nine years ago. The “Price is Right Live!” will take place at the Sandusky State Theatre November 15th. Tickets will go on sale at 10am this Friday. For more information, go to sanduskystate.com or priceisrightlive.com.
The Huron County Board of Elections will meet at 8 this morning, to certify the results of the March 15th primary election.
Lorain city officials are working to hammer out a budget-plan by tomorrow’s state-mandated deadline.
Council members will get together tonight to review their options to overcome a projected deficit of $3.5 million. Those options include unpaid furloughs of city workers and a tax-credit-reduction for those who live in the city but work elsewhere.
In case you didn’t notice, gas prices have increased to $2.09 at many stations in Norwalk and Willard.