FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 2021

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A look at COVID-19 numbers…

Huron County saw 41 new reported cases on Thursday.

There were 5,100 reported cases statewide on Thursday, about the same as the 21-day rolling average of 5,300.

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Final preparations are being made for the next stop of Second Harvest Food Bank’s free mobile food pantry…

It will be at Willard Parks and Rec on West Laurel Street on Monday from 3 to 5 pm.

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The city of Elyria has unveiled preliminary plans, to widen East Broad Street from 2 to 3 lanes, from East Bridge to Abbe, thanks to a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation.

A public forum was held yesterday afternoon.

Plans also call for a multi-purpose bike path.

City officials tell the Chronicle Telegram, construction is likely in 2023, but could begin next year.

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A reminder to Willard residents…

Hydrant flushing will begin on Monday next week, both inside and outside of city limits.

Water service customers should not wash clothes during the flushing, as staining may happen.

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A vacancy on the Lorain City’s Schools’ so-called Academic Distress Commission…

Patty O’Brien of the Stocker Foundation has stepped down after 5 years of service.

She was the last original member of the board.

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In Lorain…a public hearing on plans for a skatepark…

Several hundred people turned out last night at the Lorain Palace, to hear what could be built in several years on the site of the former Lorain Products on “F” Street…and meet professional skateboarder Chad Muska…a native of Lorain.

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Edison High School in Milan is hosting their annual Band Review show on Saturday.

According to the Sandusky Register, the show will feature seven area high school band performances, with all money received going to support the Edison Music Department.

It all starts at 6:30 pm at the Edison football stadium.

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Those looking to give children a good Christmas can soon help out.

According to Norwalk Ohio News.com, ‘The Giving Tree’ inside the Huron County Courthouse in Norwalk will be on display starting November 1st.

The tree will have tags of children’s names and information, who are part of the county’s Reach our Youth and Court Appointed Special Advocate programs.

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SPORTS

In NFL Thursday Night Football, it was Tampa Bay over Philadelphia 28-22.

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From the National Weather Service…

Today

A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

High near 77.

 

Tonight

Showers and possibly a thunderstorm.

Low around 52.

 

Saturday

A chance of showers.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 60.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 62.

 

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