Thoughts on the rain, orange barrels, Father’s Day and the Fourth of July.
We often refer to Norwalk as the road construction capital of the state.
This will be a big summer with three major anniversaries — the 75th for D-Day and the 50th of the July 4 flood and the July 20 landing on the moon.
For all of you out there who watch “Game of Thrones” and are counting down to the final two episodes, you might not want to read this.
Northern Ohio Fools’ Heavy Rescue 101 offered hands-on training for firefighters Saturday at the Huron County Fairgrounds.
Brandon Schwinn is one of the bright new faces on the area political scene and he’s hoping his youth can be an asset.
I always tell people if we all ran our businesses like the gas companies we would be out of business.
The best part of opening the windows at night is the fresh air and the warm breeze coming in as you sleep.
Watching Michigan State’s thrilling win Sunday over Duke to reach college basketball’s Final Four stirred up a lot of emotions.
“We had no intentions of going to the casino, but the guy wanted an answer so I gave him one.”
Stan Obrenovich has been one of uptown Norwalk’s biggest boosters; he has rubbed many people the wrong way — that’s just the way he is.
It was a weekend that brought back a whole lot of memories for this old former sports editor.
Norb Simon started his career in the business in 1969 at the old gas station on the corner of League Street and Whittlesey Avenue in Norwalk.
Mary Ann Creamer may have died way too young, but even in death her life and legacy live on.
After two seasons, he has nothing but great memories from coaching seventh- and eighth-grade girls.