Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

A Norwalk woman died in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning on U.S. 250, near Kalahari.

Amber Schaffer was 26.

The State Highway Patrol says Schaffer drove left-of-center for unknown reasons and struck the left side of a commercial vehicle…which caused her car to careen off the right side of the road.

 

A man from Lorain…wanted for a parole violation…faces new charges after an 8-hour standoff with deputies at a home on East 39th in Sheffield Township.

The Sheriff’s Office says, 31 year old Christopher Young threatened to harm himself, but surrendered peacefully late yesterday afternoon.

 

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft made its trek Tuesday morning from Mansfield to NASA Plum Brook Station in Sandusky.

The spacecraft, carried by a large semi, went through the village of Milan and into a back entrance of Plum Brook on Mason Road.

NASA says that Orion will undergo some final tests in Sandusky before their Artemis-1 launch into space in 2020, with a goal of landing on the moon.

 

Another day, another scam…this time, in Amherst…

Police say, someone with a heavy Indian accent is calling residents, claiming to be from the Amherst Police department, fishing for personal information.

Again, police say, this is a SCAM.

 

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has awarded over $345,000 in grants to more than 60 local police departments to purchase body armor vests.

In Erie County…four agencies were given a total of over $50,000.

In Huron County…five agencies received more than $60,000 combined.

 

Huron County Public Health has issued some Thanksgiving safety tips regarding food preparation.

They say to cook your turkey to 165-degrees, makes sure to wash your hands before food-prepping…and to prevent Salmonella cross-contamination by fully cleaning and sanitizing your sink and other surfaces if you handle your raw turkey there…and before prepping any other Thanksgiving sides and dishes in the sink.

 

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has announced…the historic Marblehead Lighthouse will remain closed for repairs through the winter, although its beacon will remain active.

The state hopes to re-open the lighthouse prior to Memorial Day.

 

The highways and byways will be busy through Sunday.

For the fourth year in a row, Triple A expects the highest Thanksgiving travel volume in Ohio since 2005.

And…ODOT expects a 63-percent increase in traffic during the holiday weekend.

 

It will be time to ‘Light Up Norwalk’ this Saturday.

The event that was once just a Christmas Tree lighting ceremony… continues to grow…with food trucks and much, much more.

‘Light Up Norwalk’ runs from 4 to 7 pm, with the Pub Crawl starting at 8:00 pm.

 

The city of Willard has announced the dates of the 4th annual ‘Fill the Fire Truck’ food and toy drive.

The Willard fire and police departments are again teaming together to collect items on December 14th and 15th at the fire department.

Food will be donated to the Willard Area Food Bank…and toys will benefit local families; courtesy of the Salvation Army Willard branch.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

*A High Wind Warning is in effect today from 7:00 am through 11:00 pm.

Today

Showers, mainly early. High near 57.

Windy, with gusts as high as 55 miles-per-hour.

 

Tonight

A chance of rain and snow showers.

Cloudy, with a low around 35.

Windy, with gusts approaching 45 miles-per-hour.

 

Thursday – Thanksgiving Day

Cloudy, with a high near 40.

 

Friday

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 40.

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Monday, November 25th, 2019

Two men from Sandusky were killed in a one vehicle crash Sunday morning in Perkins Township.

The State Highway Patrol says 81-year-old Albert Dantzler was driving south on Remington Avenue when he drove through the T-intersection at Perkins Avenue, went off the road, and stuck a building.

Dantzler and passenger, 43-year-old Kerel Gray, were pronounced dead at the scene.

 

Huron County Public Health has released data on state suicide rates; as they make a point to remind residents that help is always available.

Numbers from the state’s Department of Health indicate that five people die by suicide every day in Ohio, and one youth takes their own life every 33 hours.

The Huron County Board of Mental Health and Addiction Services offers suicide prevention information and contact information for service providers on their websites and by phone.

 

Further developments in the first case of human trafficking in Erie County’s history…

According to the Sandusky Register, 26-year-old Dartavia Payne of Toledo has turned herself in…after being indicted on multiple charges.

Payne and 42-year-old Dominique Wilson of Toledo are accused of setting up a sexually related activity involving a developmentally disabled woman at an Erie County business.

Wilson was arrested earlier this month on similar charges as Payne.

 

Police in Elyria continue their investigation into vandalism…someone is shooting out car windows with B-B guns…many of them, a stone’s throw from the downtown area.

Over the past two weeks, at least 29 cases have been reported.

 

Big happenings with NASA are taking place in our back yard.

NASA’s Orion spacecraft for their Artemis-1 project arrived at Mansfield Lahm Airport late Sunday afternoon.

NASA says the spacecraft is on its way to Plum Brook Station in Sandusky for a final stretch of major testing before their Artemis-I launch; which is planned to be put into space in 2020.

 

A court hearing between ownership of a longtime Norwalk restaurant and a banking company is set for this morning in Huron County.

This comes after 1946 Berry’s Restaurant put up a ‘closed until further notice’ sign on Thursday.

A ‘Go Fund Me’ page with a goal of $75,000 has been started by a Norwalk man…stating that restaurant owner Lynn Berry needs to raise such funds for the remainder of the building’s payment before December 16th.

 

Final preparations are underway for the annual, free Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Lorain County Community College.

It’ll be held from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Wednesday at the Spitzer Conference Center.

Once again, it’s sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Dining Services.

 

It’s that time again…time to get ready for winter fun in Sandusky.

The city’s recreation department has released their annual ‘Winter Fun Guide’…packed with both children and adult programs and activities.

It can be found online and on the city’s website and Facebook…and will be sent home in printed form with Sandusky and St. Mary’s students.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, with a high near 50.

 

Tonight

Partly cloudy, with a low around 41.

 

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 50.

 

Wednesday

Rainy and windy. High near 56.

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Friday, November 22nd, 2019

A Sandusky man with a history of driving drunk was charged again with OVI early Wednesday.

According to the Sandusky Register, 25-year-old Dominque Morris was pulled over by Sandusky Police at Camp and Seneca Streets.

Morris has 3 prior OVI convictions…in 2015, and twice in 2018.

 

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown’s office made a couple of announcements Thursday regarding the awarding of funds for two separate projects.

More than $3.5 million from the Environmental Protection Agency has been earmarked for the ‘Great Lakes Restoration Initiative’…to be used to restore wetland habitats, control and prevent invasive species, and to continue cleanup and restoration work…including nearly $300,000 for an area of the Sandusky Bay.

Also, over $4.2 million in federal funds are going to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for improvements to their runway.

 

An Elyria man, accused of pushing his SUV off a cliff into the Black River in Elyria, has been sentenced to 3 years of ‘community control’ and ordered to pay more than 10-thousand-dollars in restitution.

53-year-old Randall White has pled ‘guilty’ to several charges, including ‘insurance fraud’.

 

The filing deadline for candidates to have their names placed on the March primary ballot is December 18th.

In Lorain County, the Board of Elections say, half-a-dozen incumbents have already filed petitions, including…

  • Prosecutor Dennis Will
  • Sheriff Phil Stammitti
  • State Representative Joe Miller of Amherst

 

‘Closed until further notice’…that’s what the sign on the front door of Berry’s Restaurant in Norwalk said Thursday.

The Norwalk Reflector reports that a court hearing involving restaurant ownership and Citizen’s Banking Company will be held Monday morning in Huron County.

This comes after the restaurant’s previous owners are reportedly being foreclosed on…with a Sheriff’s Sale scheduled for next month.

 

Governor Mike DeWine has announced the launch of a statewide virtual driver assessment program.

The ‘Ohio – Ready, Test, Drive!’ program will install 400 customized virtual driving assessment systems in Ohio’s 57 driver examination locations, as well as in many of Ohio’s driver training schools.

The free virtual driving systems will examine student driver preparedness and help Ohio make improvements to its overall driver’s education curriculum.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Partly cloudy, with a high near 40.

 

Tonight

Mostly clear, with patchy fog after midnight.

Low around 27.

 

Saturday

A chance of afternoon rain.

Increasing clouds, with a high near 43.

 

Sunday

Partly sunny, with a high near 45.

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Thursday, November 21st, 2019

A man and woman from Erie County have been indicted on multiple charges involving an incident of an alleged breaking and entering, burglary and a car crash.

According to the Sandusky Register, 22-year-old Aleah Young and 18-year-old Jacob Spencer, both of Sandusky, are accused of breaking into a home on U.S. 250 in Milan Township in October where they took marijuana as well as a 14-year-old dog.

Young was then reportedly involved in a crash on the Ohio Turnpike in Berlin Township where her vehicle was stopped in the road and was rear-ended by a semi.

Young was taken by helicopter to a Cleveland hospital; while the dog perished.

 

Elyria Police are asking for your help in an apparent drive-by shooting.

A 16-year-old boy from Cleveland told Elyria police, he was walking near Middle Avenue late Tuesday night, when two vehicles drove by, with gunshots fired from one of them.

One of the bullets struck the teen in the shoulder.

Earlier in the day, in another drive-by, someone fired bullets into 4 homes on Georgetown Avenue…no one was hurt.

 

Due to a high volume of citizen complaints of possible drug activity, the Oak Harbor Police Department, along with other law enforcement agencies, launched an investigation in the 100 block of Washington Street.

An executed search warrant resulted in authorities finding a pound of marijuana, hash oil, THC edibles and drug paraphernalia.

Charges are pending for one individual.

 

To fight against human trafficking, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has announced that the state will be hosting the inaugural Human Trafficking Summit.

It will be held January 9th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

The daylong gathering will feature survivors sharing their experiences and experts discussing best practices.

 

The Lorain County Commissioners will use a federal grant, to help inmates at the Lorain County jail, with job-readiness-skills.

The commissioners, the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office, and Firelands Vocational Rehabilitation Services will target inmates with misdemeanors and those receiving medication-assisted-treatment.

 

One of the nation’s top labor leaders is no longer that…

The President of the United Auto Workers Union…Gary Jones…has resigned.

Jones is the focus of a federal investigation into corruption that has already resulted in 10 convictions.

 

A free Narcan and quick response training event will be held tomorrow in Milan.

Hosted by the Erie County Health Department…at Milan Township Hall at 4:00 pm.

 

The Monroeville School Board has a vacancy.

Applications can be picked up in the Board of Education Office weekdays from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Completed applications will be accepted into the position has been filled.

 

An update on a road construction project in Erie County…

State Route 61, just south of Hill Road in Berlin Heights, is now back open.

It was previously closed for a culvert replacement.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Showers likely.

Breezy, with winds gusting around 30 miles-per-hour.

Cloudy, with a high near 54.

 

Tonight

Showers likely, cloudy and breezy.

Low around 37.

 

Friday

Partly cloudy, with a high near 40.

Saturday

A chance of rain and snow. Partly sunny, with a high near 43.

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Thursday, November 21st, 2019

A man and woman from Erie County have been indicted on multiple charges involving an incident of an alleged breaking and entering, burglary and a car crash.

According to the Sandusky Register, 22-year-old Aleah Young and 18-year-old Jacob Spencer, both of Sandusky, are accused of breaking into a home on U.S. 250 in Milan Township in October where they took marijuana as well as a 14-year-old dog.

Young was then reportedly involved in a crash on the Ohio Turnpike in Berlin Township where her vehicle was stopped in the road and was rear-ended by a semi.

Young was taken by helicopter to a Cleveland hospital; while the dog perished.

 

Elyria Police are asking for your help in an apparent drive-by shooting.

A 16-year-old boy from Cleveland told Elyria police, he was walking near Middle Avenue late Tuesday night, when two vehicles drove by, with gunshots fired from one of them.

One of the bullets struck the teen in the shoulder.

Earlier in the day, in another drive-by, someone fired bullets into 4 homes on Georgetown Avenue…no one was hurt.

 

Due to a high volume of citizen complaints of possible drug activity, the Oak Harbor Police Department, along with other law enforcement agencies, launched an investigation in the 100 block of Washington Street.

An executed search warrant resulted in authorities finding a pound of marijuana, hash oil, THC edibles and drug paraphernalia.

Charges are pending for one individual.

 

To fight against human trafficking, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has announced that the state will be hosting the inaugural Human Trafficking Summit.

It will be held January 9th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

The daylong gathering will feature survivors sharing their experiences and experts discussing best practices.

 

The Lorain County Commissioners will use a federal grant, to help inmates at the Lorain County jail, with job-readiness-skills.

The commissioners, the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office, and Firelands Vocational Rehabilitation Services will target inmates with misdemeanors and those receiving medication-assisted-treatment.

 

One of the nation’s top labor leaders is no longer that…

The President of the United Auto Workers Union…Gary Jones…has resigned.

Jones is the focus of a federal investigation into corruption that has already resulted in 10 convictions.

 

A free Narcan and quick response training event will be held tomorrow in Milan.

Hosted by the Erie County Health Department…at Milan Township Hall at 4:00 pm.

 

The Monroeville School Board has a vacancy.

Applications can be picked up in the Board of Education Office weekdays from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Completed applications will be accepted into the position has been filled.

 

An update on a road construction project in Erie County…

State Route 61, just south of Hill Road in Berlin Heights, is now back open.

It was previously closed for a culvert replacement.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Showers likely.

Breezy, with winds gusting around 30 miles-per-hour.

Cloudy, with a high near 54.

 

Tonight

Showers likely, cloudy and breezy.

Low around 37.

 

Friday

Partly cloudy, with a high near 40.

Saturday

A chance of rain and snow. Partly sunny, with a high near 43.

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Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Health officials have issued an ‘air advisory’ for today, for Lorain County, Medina County, and several counties to the east.

They say, weather conditions and particulates in the air could present a problem for sensitive groups including children, the elderly, and those with breathing issues.

 

A Perkins Township man has been indicted for the alleged rape of a child.

According to the Sandusky Register, 37-year-old Daniel Hillis allegedly engaged in sexual conduct with a child under the age of 13 in the summer of 2015.

He’ll be arraigned next week in Erie County Common Pleas Court.

 

A Lorain man…wanted for a shooting on Iowa Avenue last month, has surrendered to authorities.

This, after the U-S Marshall’s Office made 40-year-old Jose Mercado, their Fugitive of the Week.

Police say, 18 year old Hector Aponte was wounded, October 30th.

 

Columbia Gas is asking residents of Wellington to contact them, if their gas service has not been restored.

Columbia Gas workers have been going door-to-door since Sunday, restoring service after repairs were made to a leaking gas line, but some people left their homes, in search of warmer shelter and have not returned or have not been home when workers knocked on the door.

 

A blood drive is being held today in Sandusky.

The Erie Community Foundation and American Red Cross are sponsoring the drive in the Foundation’s conference room on East Washington Row from noon to 6:00 pm.

 

Fisher-Titus Home Health in Norwalk has received some special recognition…

They’ve been named a “Top Agency of the 2019 HomeCare Elite” and received a four-star quality rating for patient care from the Centers for Medicare Services.

It’s an acknowledgment of the top-performing home health agencies in the United States…recognizing Fisher-Titus as being in the top 25-percent of all home care agencies in the country.

 

Crews in Willard are scheduled for storm sewer work today at Linden and Timber.

One-lane traffic will be maintained during the work.

 

The 9th annual Catawba Island Volunteer Fire Department Holiday Food Drive is underway.

They’re collecting non-perishable food items in the lobby of the township administration building on East Cemetery Road until December 18th.

 

‘Tis the season for tree lighting ceremonies…

The city of Willard held their unofficial kickoff to the holiday season last night.

Sandusky has their lighting ceremony planned for next Wednesday.

In Norwalk, you’ll have to wait until next Saturday the 30th.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, with a high near 44.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 35.

 

Thursday

Showers likely.

Breezy, with gusts approaching 30 miles-per-hour.

Cloudy, with a high near 54.

 

Friday

A slight chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 42.

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Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

The National Park Service is asking for the public’s help in tracking down the person who attacked a female runner in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Sagamore Hills, on the border of Cuyahoga and Summit counties.

The attack happened at about 11:30am this past Sunday.

The runner fought off the man and escaped.

The national park trail is a popular place for hikers, runners and bicyclists.

 

Sandusky authorities are trying to identify a suspect involved in a reported armed robbery Sunday night.

According to the Sandusky Register, a suspect pulled out what looked to be a real handgun and demanded money.

Police say a cashier gave the unknown suspect some money and then fled on foot.

 

The U-S Marshall’s Office has named a resident of Lorain, their Fugitive of the Week.

40-year-old Jose Mercado of Garfield Avenue is consider a suspect, in a shooting on Iowa Avenue.

The Marshall’s Office considers Mercado, armed and dangerous.

 

Columbia Gas hopes to restore service today, to those who have been without service since this past weekend in Wellington.

Crews have been going door-to-door since Sunday, after repairs were made to a leaking gas line.

 

This is Winter Safety Awareness Week…which serves as a reminder for all Ohioans to take steps to be better prepared for winter before it is too late.

Huron County Public Health is offering these tips from the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness…

-Practice fire safety and prevention; as people are home more in the winter.

-Prepare your home; such as having your gutters cleaned.

-Prepare winter emergency supplies kits for the home and vehicle.

-Check on your neighbors.

-Check your homeowners or renter’s insurance.

 

The Sandusky Police Department continues their “Coffee with a Cop” series Wednesday morning.

Residents can stop by the Sandusky Library lobby from 10:30 to 11:30 am where they can ask questions and voice concerns with members of local law enforcement.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Cloudy, with a high near 42.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 33.

 

Wednesday

Partly sunny, with a high near 44.

 

Thursday

Showers likely in the afternoon. Cloudy, with a high near 54.

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Monday, November 18th, 2019

A Norwalk man faces charges for two alleged breaking-and-entering incidents in Erie County.

According to the Sandusky Register, 30-year-old William Harmeling was discovered on Route 101; covered in dirt.

Harmeling is believed by authorities to have recently broken into a Strecker Road business and attempted to bust into a resident’s barn on Homegardner Road.

 

A Florida man faces multiple charges after authorities say he led them on a pursuit on the Ohio Turnpike Saturday night in Erie County.

According to the State Highway Patrol, it all started when they tried to initiate a traffic stop of a vehicle reportedly involved in a hit-skip crash.

Patrol troopers say the car driven by suspect, Jacoby Smart, led them on a pursuit in Oxford Township where Smart’s vehicle struck the back of a commercial vehicle, went through a fence…and ended after a brief foot chase.

Smart was treated for non-serious injuries.

 

After failing by about 200 votes earlier this month, the Norwalk Parks and Rec property tax levy will be back on the ballot in March of 2020.

The five year, 1.75-mill levy, merges three existing levies into one.

Parks and Rec Superintendent Joe Lindenberger tells the Norwalk Reflector that the ballot language was confusing and will be fixed by city council.

 

Norwalk St. Paul senior Cam Caizzo (“Kay-Zo”) has been named a 2019 National Heisman High School Scholarship State Winner.

Caizzo receives a $500 scholarship and is in the running for the chance to be awarded a $1,000 or $5,000 scholarship along with a trip to New York City for the Heisman Trophy ceremony.

He was selected from an applicant pool of thousands of high school scholar-athletes.

 

The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association has named one of Sandusky Recreation Department’s programs as its ‘Best of 2019’.

The Midtown Supper Club won in the ‘recreation program’ category in the state’s recent ‘Awards of Excellence’.

The program, in its inaugural year, introduces youth to the culinary arts while utilizing local chefs; and culminates with a four-course dinner and entertainment.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, with a high near 46.

 

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 31.

 

Tuesday

A slight chance of showers in the afternoon.

Cloudy, with a high near 42.

 

Wednesday

Partly sunny, with a high near 46.

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Friday, November 15th, 2019

A Sandusky man faces multiple charges after his girlfriend accused him of making threats towards her.

According to the Sandusky Register, 60-year-old Herman Galindo is charged with kidnapping, aggravated menacing and a threat of domestic violence.

Police say both Galindo and the woman were intoxicated while speaking with them.

 

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has unveiled ‘H2-Ohio’, a data-driven water quality plan that aims to reduce harmful algal blooms, improve wastewater infrastructure, and prevent lead contamination.

The Ohio General Assembly invested $172 million in the plan in July.

 

The City of Willard is asking residents to complete a 10-question survey in regard to recreational offerings.

The city says that they are looking into a possible state grant, up to $200,000, that would be used to expand their recreation options.

The survey can be found on the city’s Facebook page or can be downloaded from the city’s website (willardohio.us)…with a deadline of December 2nd to finish.

 

An upcoming road closure in Huron County…

Rome Greenwich Road, between Alpha and Omega roads, will be shut down next Monday through Friday…but will be reopened daily after working hours at around 3:30 pm.

 

The Center Ridge Road widening project in North Ridgeville will soon be moving into its third year, and the Ohio Department of Transportation wants to bring everyone up to speed.

ODOT will host an informational meeting…from 6 to 7pm Tuesday…at the North Ridgeville Academic Center.

The people have spoken, and they say, the winner of this year’s “Best Burger Battle”…presented by Visit Lorain County…comes from “Your Pit BBQ” in Vermilion.

A dozen restaurants in Lorain County competed for the bragging rights over 10 days last month.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35.

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 36.

 

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 41.

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Thursday, November 14th, 2019

The Lucas County Coroner says the death of a Huron County teen whose body was found Monday in Toledo…will be ruled a suicide; pending a toxicology test.

Toledo media outlets report that 17-year-old Western Reserve student Damian Henning’s body was discovered underneath the Anthony Wayne high-level bridge…after being last seen Sunday afternoon leaving his job at Kalihari.

 

A 16-year-old Sandusky boy has been charged with two counts of felonious assault.

According to the Sandusky Register, the teen allegedly shot two adults in an East Perkins Avenue apartment…which authorities believe took place following an argument.

The two adults were treated and released with non-life-threatening injuries.

 

New leadership will be coming to the Lorain City Schools in January.

The Academic Distress Commission voted last night, to part ways with CEO David Hardy Junior, even though his contract runs through next June.

ADC Chair Randall Sampson says, the commission, the Lorain School Board and community members will all be involved in finding Hardy’s replacement.

The city of Sheffield Lake is moving ahead with plans to sell the Shoreway Shopping Center on Lake Road.

City council has hired a real estate firm to find a buyer.

The city bought the shopping center 11 years ago when it had fallen into disrepair.

 

The annual food drive sponsored by Student Council at McCormack Middle School in Huron is underway.

Items can be brought in with a McCormack student or can be dropped off in the school office daily from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm.

 

The artist responsible for the new art murals at Sandusky Transit stops is hosting a ‘meet and greet’ on Saturday.

Sandusky’s own Jordan Arnell will be on hand at Carrington Arts on West Water from 12 to 2 pm.

 

A welder, pallet jack and various computer and kitchen equipment are among the assortment of items that will be available at the State’s miscellaneous property auction this Saturday.

The auction will be held at the Ohio Department of Administrative Services on Surface Road in Columbus at 9:00 am.

All inventory will be sold “as-is” with no warranty or guarantee of any kind.

 

National Weather Service Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, with a high near 35.

 

Tonight

Partly cloudy, with a low around 22.

 

Friday

Partly sunny, with a high near 35.

 

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 36.

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