Norwalk Reflector

NAMI Northwest merges with NAMI Huron County

NORWALK — NAMI Huron County is merging with NAMI Northwest. NAMI Huron County was founded by the late Larry McGlinchy, who, like many family members caring for a loved one with mental illness, found getting help frustrating and isolating. He began NAMI Huron County as a way to provide the help he, and so many others, desperately needed. NAMI Huron County has provided invaluable services to Huron County residents, and officials are excited to expand the services, programming and resources available to their community with the NAMI Northwest merger.
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Monroeville looking for baseball coach

MONROEVILLE — Monroeville High School is looking for a varsity baseball coach for the 2023 season. Interest parties should send an email and resume to the Athletic Director at Applications should be turned in before Aug. 26.

Church groups to 'love on Norwalk'

NORWALK — Main Street will shut down for two hours Saturday evening so church members can show love to the people of Norwalk. Jeff Watson, pastor of Norwalk’s Foundation Church, said Love Norwalk, an annual charitable event, will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., with donations of goods and services and fun events for everyone. The religiously-themed celebration will feature the efforts of eight area churches, including his own, Watson said.

Vogus, Campbell win for Edison in loss

MILAN — The Edison girls tennis team got victories from Alli Vogus and Lizzie Cambell on Thursday, but the visiting Upper Sandusky Rams won the other three positions to earn a 3-2 win in the non-league match at Edison Park. Vogus defeated Lauren Schoenberger (6-2, 6-2), while Campbell topped...

All money stays local

NORWALK — It's go time for the annual rummage sale, sponsored by the Presbyterian Women's Accociation. "Everything stays local," Wende Mersereau said about all of the money raised. "We contribute to many local charities and programs." The sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and...