WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 2021

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A look at COVID numbers…

There were 38 new reported cases in Huron County on Tuesday.

Statewide, 3,800 new cases were reported on Tuesday, compared to the 21-day rolling average of 4,200.

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The Erie County Health Department has released their latest COVID update…

2 new deaths and 295 new cases during the time frame of October 17th through October 23rd…the death toll now 236 since the pandemic began.

53 percent of Erie County residents are fully vaccinated.

Lorain County Public Health reports; locally, about 51-percent of those ages 12 to 17 have received at least one vaccine dose.

Statewide, the number is 43-percent.

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“The Law” is looking for 2 men who led state troopers on a high speed chase from Vermilion Township to the west side of Cleveland.

It all began late Monday, when a trooper tried to pull over a van with obscured license plates.

The chase ended when the van crashed in a cemetery, with 2 men running away.

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A nearly 1 million dollar federal grant has been awarded to the New London Local School District, which will help provide substance use disorder supports and services to students and families.

The school district plans to build on its program, titled ‘Substance Use – Community Youth Resiliency Project Work’, to continue offering enrichment programs to teens via the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio.

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State Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted is set to visit Huron County this afternoon.

He’ll be in Norwalk to launch a major new initiative that will impact local communities, says his camp.

It’s part of the grants totaling more than $93 million being announced for infrastructure projects impacting 60 counties across the state.

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A government official from Huron Township has been charged with receiving stolen property after multiple political signs were found with him, say authorities.

The Huron Insider reports that 57-year-old Huron Township Trustee Edward Enderle is accused of removing those signs that included some of his opponent’s signage.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge on Tuesday.

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It’s called “Project Irish”…a 16-million-dollar development plan that’s on the table before the Lorain County Port Authority.

According to the Chronicle Telegram, mum’s the word on the project, at the request of the developer…other than it would be a mix of residential and commercial purposing.

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In North Ridgeville…

A portion of Garrett Road near Mills will be closed through the day for repairs.

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The Sandusky Police Department wants the public to help keep children warm this winter.

They’re hosting a coat, hat and glove drive.

New items may be dropped off any time at the lobby of the Sandusky Police Department, through December 1st.

It’s all a partnership between the Southside Enrichment and Empowerment Program and the Sandusky PD.

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SPORTS

-World Series Game One went to Atlanta last night, 6-2, over Houston.

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From the National Weather Service…

Today

Cloudy, with a high near 57.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 45.

 

Thursday

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 65.

 

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