Police cite Norwalk man whose neighbor requested he fill in ruts and potholes.
Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 86 years ago.
Edison High School senior earns $1,000 scholarship plus runner-up in Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan’s Regional Art Show.
Gaymont, Doug and Lynn Berry and Patricia Hipp honored at Chamber of Commerce annual banquet and awards.
Admission to these events is free; tickets are not required.
Threat of showers continues nightly Wednesday through Friday.
Crash happened at intersection of Strecker and Ransom roads.
Fatal crash driver among those indicted Friday.
Pictures and information on charge descriptions for new inmates at the Huron County Jail on April 27:
Andrea Robson: “It’s not worth it to drink and drive. There are other ways to have fun.”
Council OKs plans for village square, community-wide garage sale and garden project.
April 28, 1931
Auditor Tkach: “Sales tax is about 63 percent of the county’s general fund revenue.”
Persistent rainfall is expected through the day on Saturday.
Chenango Road property in New London Twp. tops this week’s list.