Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

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A Huron man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Erie County.

Timothy Truman was 63.

Authorities say that Truman drove left of center on Berlin Road in Huron Township and struck the vehicle of 37-year-old Timothy Adamowicz head-on.

Adamowicz was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.


A resident of Columbia Station has been charged with ‘aggravated vehicular homicide’.

Police say, 31 year old Keith Liedtke Columbia Station was behind the wheel of a car back in October…a car that veered off Sprague Road, struck a utility pole, and brought down power lines.

A passenger, 27 year old Brent Reszler of Columbia Station, was killed when he got out of the car and came in contact with the power lines…as did off-duty firefighter/EMT Brett Wilson, who had gone to the crash site, to help.


It appears, the Bendix Corporation is another step close to leaving Elyria and ‘building new’ in Avon.

According to the Chronicle Telegram, Bendix executives told an Avon Council Committee last night, they plan on breaking ground in April if city council approves an incentive package next week.

Bendix hopes to open their new facility late next year…with nearly 700 employees.


In Lorain, elected leaders are dealing with water and sewer rates, EPA mandates, and a policy for water shut offs…

City council heard from several upset customers last night.

A full report in today’s Chronicle Telegram


Ohio’s primary election takes place March 17th…with today being the deadline to register to vote in it.

You can register and check your voting registration status online at the Ohio Secretary of State’s website.


The Goodtime-One will remain positioned in Sandusky’s Jackson Street Pier for at least the next 5 years.

According to the Sandusky Register, a new lease running through 2024 has been agreed upon with a $15,000 lease payment to go towards a new ticket house for passengers.


Another edition of the Sandusky Police Department’s ‘Coffee with a Cop’ series takes place later this morning.

It runs from 11:00 am to 12 noon at Sandusky Bell & Deli inside of the Marketplace at the Cooke.

The event allows residents to voice their concerns, ask questions and get to know their local officers better.


Talks are underway regarding new bleachers and track at Western Reserve High School.

The Norwalk Reflector reports that two donors have reached out to the school district about possible donations.

The bleachers at the football field have been in place since the 80’s and the current gravel track was constructed in the 60’s when the football field was built.

There’s no timetable for the possible project…with Western Reserve Superintendent Rodge Wilson saying they are at least two years away from anything getting started.


From the National Weather Service…


A chance of showers. Cloudy and windy, with a high near 45.


Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27.


Mostly cloudy, with a high near 31.


Partly sunny, with a high near 26.


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