Four families are left without a home after a fire engulfed a building in Navarre. Fire officials say the flames ignited around at 11:00 Monday night on Wooster St NE. and crews battled the blaze for hours, finally putting it out around 4 Tuesdasy morning. Families were allowed back to the scene after the fire was out in order to salvage what they could. The fire displaced around 10 people and the Red Cross is assisting them. No one was injured. Investigators are working now to determine how the fire started and how much damage was done.
An early morning fire forces a family of four out into the cold. Jackson TWP Fire crews were called to a garage fire at a home on Crystal Lake Avenue NE just before 1:30 Tuesday morning. Officials say the flames did spread to the first floor of the home as well. Everyone did get out of the house in time and no one was hurt. Although a few firefighters did slip on the ice while battling the blaze, but again...no serious injuries. No word yet on how much damage was done and investigators are still working to try and figure out what caused the fire.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 10am until 4pm. A mix of snow and ice to start... Snow will begin near or shortly after the morning commute. The transition to sleet and freezing rain will occur around noon and could continue into mid afternoon before changing over to all rain.
March punched winter-weary central Ohio silly with snow, freezing rain and wild temperature swings over the weekend and isnât expected to drop its gloves on Wednesday. A slick morning commute is expected after a rainy night, and a new storm front moving in Wednesday could leave several inches of new snow on the ground as temperatures plummet.
Money from the sale of vacant school buildings continued to roll into the Columbus City Schoolsâ bank account on Tuesday night, as the Board of Education approved the sale of three more properties.
Ohio residents would be able to pay for a new driverâs license, registration or plates with a credit or debit card under a two-year, $7 billion transportation spending bill passed by the Ohio House of Representatives on Tuesday. Deputy registrars would be allowed to pass along the costs of accepting those payments, but the bill outlaws any additional fees.
Eight months after being hired to lead a branding revamp of the Columbus College of Art & Design, Thomas White has resigned as president of the private arts school. College leaders announced the change on Tuesday in a three-sentence news release.