FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 2021

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A workplace accident in southeastern Ohio has left a Wellington man, dead.

Adam Mills was 37.

Mills worked as a roofer, and officials say, he fell about 60 feet to his death.


Cedar Point has agreed to invest millions of dollars into the City of Sandusky.

The massive deal includes:

-A water taxi service connecting the downtown area with Cedar Point

-The rebuilding of the Cedar Point Causeway with a public access pathway

-And building a community rec center in Sandusky


Checking COVID-19 figures…

43 new reported cases in Huron County on Thursday…

In state numbers, there were 4,000 new cases on Thursday, compared to the 21-day average of 4,600.


Tomorrow is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 

From 10 am to 2 pm, law enforcement agencies around the area and country will be collecting unwanted, unused and expired medications in an effort to reduce and prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths by keeping drugs out of the wrong hands.


A warning from the CDC regarding onions…

They say that fresh whole onions have been linked to a large Salmonella outbreak in 37 states, including Ohio.

Officials say to not eat, sell, or serve red, white, or yellow onions imported from Mexico and distributed across the US by ProSource Incorporated.


In Lorain…

The city’s Demolition Board of Appeals has declared the remains of the St. Joseph Community Center on Broadway, a public nuisance…the first step toward demolition and cleanup.

A Massachusetts-based company bought the complex a year and a half ago and began demolition, but stopped when the city cited permit issues.


Firelands Health is hosting an open house today for the new Sandusky Healthcare Center on Columbus Avenue, in front of Kroger.

A ribbon cutting will take place this morning, followed by public self-guided tours from 12 noon to 6 pm.


A couple of local high school marching bands will be on Cleveland TV this morning…

Both South Central and Willard bands will be performing on Cleveland’s Fox 8 Newscast on the “Kicking it with Kenny” segments, which will air at various times, from just before 7 am to 9 am.


Tomorrow night, organizers of the Beach Park Railway Museum in Avon Lake will host a fundraiser, with hopes of opening the museum to the public next summer.

It’s located in the Beach Park Station on Lake Road, and will feature memorabilia from the Lake Shore Electric Railway that once ran through Avon Lake.


Hydrant flushing is coming to Norwalk next week. 

Starting Monday, the city will begin their fall program, which will last about 2 weeks.

The city says that flushing may result in cloudy or discolored water; and residents should run cold water for 15 minutes or until the water is clear.


Downtown Elyria will come alive tomorrow with the third “Garford Arts Fest”.

It’ll run from 1 until 9 pm on Broad Street, from Washington Avenue to East Avenue.

The event celebrates local art, and will also feature music and food trucks.



-The Cleveland Browns defeated the Denver Broncos last night 17-14 in Thursday Night Football.


From the National Weather Service…


Mostly cloudy, with a high near 54.



Mostly cloudy, with a low around 42.



A chance of showers, mainly early.

Partly sunny, with a high near 56.



Showers likely, mainly in the afternoon.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 60.


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