MONDAY, JUNE 20th, 2022

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It’s official in Milan…

The Norwalk Reflector reports that Norwalk Schools’ Director of Operations, Corey Ream, is the new superintendent of Edison Schools.

This comes as the school board at Edison recently approved his hiring.

Ream will take over in August for Tom Roth, who previously announced his retirement.

A second Sheffield Lake police officer is now coming forward to accuse former police Chief Anthony Campo of racial and religious discrimination.

A news conference has been scheduled for tomorrow as the unnamed Latino officer is expected to step forward and claim they were targeted by Campo’s alleged harassment.

Sheffield Lake officer Keith Pool came forward with harassment allegations against Campo last summer.

The final totals are in for this year’s July 4th fireworks show fundraising effort in Norwalk…

The goal was $19,000…with the final amount raised being $26,000.

The city says the contract has been signed for the pyrotechnics display on the night of the 4th of July…with more information to come.

A new Miss Ohio was crowned in Mansfield over the weekend, with a local flair…

It’s 18-year-old Elizabetta Nies of Cincinnati, who qualified for the pageant by winning the Miss Maple City competition last October in Norwalk.

A railroad crossing closure in Huron County…

The County Engineer’s Office says that the crossing on Butler Road, between Zenobia Road and Route 18, will be closed this week for maintenance and repairs.

It’s scheduled to be reopened this Saturday.

A free Wellness and Resource Fair for those 55 and older will take place Wednesday in Norwalk. 

It’s being hosted by Huron County Job and Family Services on Shady Lane Drive, from noon to 4 pm.

More than 10 local agencies will be on hand to share information and answer questions.

They include:

-Huron County Veterans Services

-Huron County Humane Society

-Huron County Board of DD

-Huron County Public Health

-Area Agency on Aging

Despite Wellington’s Chamber of Commerce dissolving earlier this year, the town’s annual Fourth of July celebration will continue.

Main Street Wellington has stepped in to take the lead in organizing two days of festivities.

Events will include a free ice cream social on Sunday July 3rd, fireworks that evening, and a parade at 3 pm on the Fourth!


-The Cleveland Guardians won 5-3 at the L.A. Dodgers on Sunday afternoon.  The Guards are off today.

From the National Weather Service…


A chance of showers, mainly early.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85.


Partly cloudy, with a low around 64.


Sunny and hot, with a high near 97.


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