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In Huron County…

…one dead, several hurt, from a two-vehicle crash in Ripley Township.

Timbra Conley was 38.

The Highway Patrol says, Conley was a passenger in a Jeep that failed to stop at an intersection and struck a van.


In Wayne County…

…one dead from a two-vehicle crash in Green.

Kevin Grave of Sterling was 35.

The Highway Patrol says, Grave’s car struck a truck pulling out of a driveway.


Checking COVID figures…

Statewide numbers remained down on Monday, with 2,300 reported cases, compared to the 3-week rolling average of about 4,300.

Huron County saw 15 new reported cases on Monday.


The Erie County Health Department’s online scheduling system for all forms of COVID-19 vaccine boosters is now active for eligible individuals.

Those interested can go to www.coviderieohio.com to schedule an appointment.

Additionally, the health department will be hosting clinics for Moderna boosters this Thursday and Friday from 8:30 to 11:30 am and 1:30 to 4:30pm.


Huron County Public Health has announced a Moderna COVID-19 booster, drive-thru clinic.

It’s set for next Tuesday, November 2nd, for those eligible.

It will be held at the Huron County Fairgrounds in Norwalk from 10 am to 12 noon.

No pre-registration is required.


Today, an F-D-A advisory panel will consider “emergency use authorization” for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for children between the ages of five-and-eleven.

Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff of the Ohio Department of Health says, the state is working with its suppliers, to make sure, Ohio gets the vaccines in a timely manner.


Members of the Sandusky community are invited to the formal dedication of Talon Flohr Park later today on Cleveland Road. 

Flohr, who was the City of Sandusky’s Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator, passed away at the age of 28 back in May.

The City says that Flohr was instrumental in renovating the park.

The dedication will take place at 4 pm.


A committee of Lorain City Council has opened discussion on several major utility projects.

According to the Chronicle Telegram, the list might include building a new water treatment plant.

Parts of the current one are more than 100 years old.


Residents of Avon Lake are invited to an open house tomorrow night, to offer ideas for a new playground at Bleser Park.

The current ‘play space’ was built more than 25 years ago.

Tomorrow night’s forum will begin at 6 pm at the Avon Lake Public Library.


Ready to get your spooky on?

‘Thrills and Chills’, a free Halloween concert from the Willard City Schools Orchestra, will happen this evening at 6:30 at Doster Plaza in Willard.

Those attending are asked to bring a lawn chair or blanket.



-The Cleveland Cavaliers won at Denver last night, 99-87.

-In Monday Night Football, it was New Orleans over Seattle 13-10.


From the National Weather Service…


A slight chance of showers.


Mostly cloudy, with a high near 51.



Cloudy, with a low around 44.



Cloudy, with a high near 58.


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