Family-friendly event, organized by local churches, set for 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday in downtown, rain or shine.
First Baptist Church pastor says overnight stay was a “great way to support them in their ride.”
Families are invited to event with light refreshments and a live reading at 10 a.m.
Improvements being made in front of the building.
A riot involving about 40 people broke out at Charlie’s Bar early Monday, which put three area people behind bars.
“I think we’ll have a name by the end of the month.”
49-year-old Norwalk man went to Fisher-Titus Medical Center, then the University of Toledo Medical Center.
Recent Norwalk High School grad Darren Raymond completed his Eagle Scout project by remodeling Shelter No. 2 at Veterans Memorial Lake Park.
The Love Bus became an official non-profit organization Feb. 14.
Tenant: “That’s what got us up and out of here.”
Group handed out Bibles, prayer crosses and candy.
At-large Councilman Steve Schumm served as president Tuesday.
Safety-service director will be the assistant city manager for Fairfield.
If the Democrats don’t make an appointment within 30 days, Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan, a Republican, can make the appointment.
Friday’s music event to raise money for Relay for Life