Traffic may be slowed at times both Friday and Saturday along Walnut Road in Massillon as electric crews are busy upgrading power lines and poles in that area. The work will continue through Saturday starting at Duncan Street Southwest and going to 16th Street. But, no road closures are expected because of the work. A small section of 16th Street at Walnut may be closed at times today when wires are pulled, but the street will not be closed all day.
The work of state funeral-home investigators over the past couple of years helped put three funeral directors in prison, indict two more on felony charges and lay the groundwork for a likely sixth case. But often, the fraud had been going on for more than a decade before anyone noticed at the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
If a 1.9-mill renewal levy for Children Services wins voter approval on Nov. 4, he said, the agency expects to keep working to boost kinship care and to support more families through services and counseling to keep children out of foster care. Paid, out-of-home care is down 16 percent over the past five years.
Fall begins at 10:29 p.m. on Monday here; and from what I am hearing, folks are eager for autumn activities to begin. Actually, they have been jumping the gun.
If Columbus is to host the Democratic National Convention in 2016, itâs going to require more than $50 million, at least a thousand more cops and tons of patience from residents.