*Berlin Road Waterline Update* Crews were able to isolate and fix the break. Water service should be restored. If you do have discolored water, continue running the water until it clears up. The Boil Alert remains in effect. Unfortunately, this will extend the time window for the alert. Notice will be posted on the physical [...]
If you are on the St. Peter Church mailing list, you will be receiving a Duck adoption form in the mail any day now! If you are not on the mailing list, you can buy a duck or online here or send a PM to request a hard copy. Thanks for your support of St. [...]
Click here to view the ReStart plan from Shawnee Principal!
Click here to view the video.
FALL BASEBALL: 8U, 10U, and 12U Fall Baseball age divisions are FULL! 9U Fall Baseball has openings. Team registration information can be found here. FALL SOFTBALL has openings at all Age Divisions -- Team registrations only.
Huron Schools is looking for Substitute Bus Drivers and Custodial Staff. Those interested in applying for the Bus Driver positions can contact Denise Zielske here or by calling 419-433-1234 x 5007. For applying to the custodial staff, please click here.
New Mucci Banner going up today at Huron Memorial Stadium and now Mucci Field is complete. Thank you Mucci Farms!!
Norfolk Southern is closing the railroad crossings at Williams St., River Rd. and Berlin Rd. from 7/27-7/31. They will only be closing one crossing at a time. The closures will start at Williams St. and they will work moving east with roughly two days of work per crossing.
Thank you to everyone who came out yesterday to the Huron Farmers Market and More. We look forward to seeing everyone Thursday, July 30 from 3:30-6:30. The HURON FARMERS MARKET is OPEN!! We have plants, cucumbers, peaches, herbs, dog treats, flowers, apples, peppers, soaps and oils, and much much more!! OPEN TIL 6:30pm!!! Support [...]
We are ready to distribute our new Kindergarten yard signs to our Huron Tiger Class of 2033! New Kindergarten students will receive their sign at Kindergarten Screening. #huronproud
Beginning Monday, July 27, 2020, the City of Huron Finance Office and Zoning Office will not be conducting any in- person business until further notice. In the meantime, the Departments will be staffed. For more information click here. If you need to contact the Finance or Zoning Department for any reason, you can do so [...]
We will be holding our Farmers' Market this THURSDAY (7/23), 3:30-6:30pm!!! We have reviewed the market map to guarantee comfortable spacing for our vendors and shoppers, and are providing guidelines that we ask all to adhere to in order for us to continue to have safe and healthy markets! Please join us on a BEAUTIFUL [...]
Governor DeWine announced that beginning on Thursday, July 23, at 6:00 p.m., a statewide mask mandate will go into effect for citizens living in all 88 Ohio counties. With some exceptions, all individuals in Ohio will be required to wear a mask in public. "Our preliminary data indicate that the rate of increase in new [...]
𝘐𝘮𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘜𝘱𝘥𝘢𝘵𝘦 The first day of school for students has changed to 𝗠𝗼𝗻𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝗔𝘂𝗴𝘂𝘀𝘁 𝟯𝟭, 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟬. We are incorporating a blended learning model that includes both face-to-face and remote learning. In early August, additional details will be available on our website https://www.EHOVE.net/ and will be mailed to students. Additional information will be shared with our [...]
Our Return to Campus plan can be found here. Find specific information for students, faculty & staff, and visitors. Please take some time to read all the information before classes begin on August 26.
Pursuant to Resolution No. 2020-44 adopted by the Huron City Council on June 17, 2020, this regular meeting of Council will be conducted in person in Council Chambers at Huron City Hall and live-streamed on the City of Huron's YouTube channel. The public is free to access, observe and hear the discussions and deliberations of [...]
Due to guidance from the Erie County Health Department, we have decided to cancel the Movies by the River series that was scheduled to begin tonight. It is important for us to do what we can to maintain the health of the community. The Farmer's Market tomorrow at the Boat Basin will go on as [...]
Community Update, July 10, 2020, from Mr. Muratori, Superintendent Huron City Schools - click here.
The City Council of Huron, Ohio is seeking a progressive, forward-thinking, management professional for the position of Huron City Manager. The City is a stand-alone, full-service organization providing police, fire, planning/development, water utilities, engineering/public works, and administrative services. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer and reports to a Council consisting of seven elected [...]
Mr. Muratori sent out a message this afternoon via FinalForms (ashafer). The link that was giving us a bit of an issue is now corrected. Thank you for those that made us aware of the issue. As always, please contact us via phone or email with questions as the school Facebook page is not constantly [...]
Thank you for everyone‘s patience during the revitalization of US Route 6. Crews are finishing curbs and base repairs on the inner lanes this week and will start paving Monday. Construction on exterior lanes will begin in roughly two weeks.
Huron Chamber of Commerce and City of Huron Parks & Recreation are excited for our first Farmers' Market & MORE of the season! Here's a Vendor Sneak Peak of just a few that you can plan to visit at the market, kicking off on THURSDAY, JULY 16th, 3:30-6:30pm, at the Huron Boat Basin on Main [...]
Sign up for our text alerts to receive notifications about billing, utilities, City Council meetings and City events! Text HURON to 36000 for direct notifications from the City of Huron.
HURON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!!! Farmer's Market is need of a couple HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, over the age of 15, who would like to earn COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS while helping for 3 hours on Thursdays with the market...no heavy lifting or hard labor included. TEXT Amy @ (419) 656-9196 with your name ASAP and we will [...]
Happy Fourth of July weekend from the Huron Public Library! Reminder: Library services will be closed this Friday, July 3. Miss Melissa will not be at the park for Robin Hood Day and we will not be offering Curbside Pickup on Friday. We will be reopening to the public beginning next Monday, July 6. The [...]
As the Library reopens from the temporary closure, new precautions have been established to ensure the safety of both staff and patrons. In order to limit crowding in the Library building, only 20 patrons will be able to enter the Library per hour. We encourage patrons to reserve a time slot to visit the Library. [...]
President Rogers and Provost Whitehead provide updates regarding the University's COVID-19 actions and plans and will answer your questions. Check out the video here.
Read the Sandusky Register article here to find out more.
Fall Ball @ Fabens season will be Aug. 15-Sept. 27, 2020 (No Games Labor Day Weekend), with the first two weekends of October as rain dates. League space will be strictly limited -- do not delay Team Registrations. More information can be found here.
We refill our FREE book boxes every weekday! We were out of child/tween/teen books for a minute, but we found more! Come by the Library and see what you can find. FREE book boxes are outside the Center ST entrance until the Library is open to the public (Note: We pull the boxes inside during [...]
Two new schools will address the demand for healthcare professionals in the field. Click here to learn more. In addition to the new schools, the BGSU Board of Trustees approves a new master's programs for next phase, named spaces in Maurer Center, and supports Falcon Tuition Guarantee. Click here to read the article.
Huron Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce our partnership with the City of Huron's Parks & Recreation for the HURON FARMER'S MARKET!! We look forward to our returning farmers joining us and the addition of some new! LIKE the new page (click here) and stay tuned for updates. If you are interested in being [...]
Congratulations to NAPA Auto Parts!! Check out the video here.
Online Storytime with Miss Melissa has moved to Thursdays at 1 pm. Miss Melissa will share a new story with you and reveal the location for her Robin Hood Book Bike on Friday. Tune in to our Facebook page tomorrow to watch LIVE!
Read the latest news from the Superintendent here.
Fall semester classes will now start on Wednesday, Aug. 26. Read the latest on changes to the 2020-2021 academic calendar here.
Click here to read the letter from Mr. Kucbel, Principal of Shawnee Elementary School regarding Kindergarten/Preschool Screening.
In March of this year, the City established a transient rental registration and certification program and expanded the lodging tax to incorporate any short-term rental properties in the City. All owners/operators of facilities must do the following to comply with the new program: 1. Complete the City’s Transient Rental Registration Application here. 2. Submit the [...]
Thank you to everyone who has responded to the census!! Huron has a response rate of 64.8%! We’ve fallen behind the State response rate. If you haven't had a chance to respond yet, you can at 2020census.gov The census provides critical data for lawmakers, businesses, and school systems to provide daily services, products, and support [...]
BCSN will again show the HHS Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony on their network. Tune in on Sunday, June 14 at 1pm. #huronproud
Click here to read the latest update from the Huron 5k Committee
"Sports Media Advertising" (or other names they use) are again calling on businesses to sponsor local high school sports programs. Please know Great Midwest Sports is the organization Huron City Schools Athletic Programs deals with for sponsorships. The Huron City Athletic Program depends on and appreciates the generosity of local businesses to defer the costs [...]
Good news for Mucci Field at Huron Memorial Stadium! The removal and laser grading of the current turf will take place the week of June 22nd. This removal and grading will take 7 to 10 days. The install of the new turf will start on July 6th and finish around July 18th. (Weather permitting)The projects [...]
Due to an increase in bulk pick up items yesterday, Republic Services was not able to collect garbage and bulk pick up in parts of the City. Republic will be coming back to finish the pick up today 6/2. If you have questions please contact 1-800-234-3429.
Ohio was recently approved to operate Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT). The P-EBT program provides additional monetary assistance to households with children eligible for free or reduced-price meals as a result of the ordered school-building closure. Please read the flyer attached for information regarding the P-EBT program. Review the information on this program here.
Looking for somewhere to throw a CDC Approved, INDOOR or OUTDOOR Grad Party? Mesenburg's invites grads and families to a FREE EVENT this Friday (6/5) with free food sampling, cash bar, distance socializing, and $100 GiVeAwAyS!! If you think you would like to attend, email [email protected]
Check out the details here to get your child's information for the upcoming school year here.
Who's ready to do a little "DISTANCE SOCIALIZING"?? Mesenburg's invites Chamber Members on Friday, June 5 from 5:30 - 7pm to check out all that is NEW, EXCITING, and CDC APPROVED, including FOOD, BEVERAGES and HUNDREDS of $$$ in GiVeAwAyS!! Please reply here with RSVP or email [email protected]
OHSAA says every student entering grades 7-12 will be academically eligible for fall sports season. Click here to learn more.
Update: We will be temporarily pulling our FREE book boxes inside during our Curbside Pickup from 1 - 5 pm this week to ensure that our service can be contactless. The book boxes will be back outside after Curbside ends at 5 pm. We have FREE books outside! The Library is still temporarily closed, but [...]
Thank you to everyone who has responded to the census!! Huron has a response rate of 64.6%! Again, we’ve fallen behind the State response rate. If you haven't had a chance to respond yet, you can here. The census provides critical data for lawmakers, businesses, and school systems to provide daily services, products, and support [...]
US 6 PHASE 1 UPDATE - CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN MONDAY JUNE 1 Phase 1 includes improvements from the eastern city limits to the Williams Street intersection. The project, which is being completed in partnership with the State Dept. of Transportation and Erie County, includes a re-work of the Berlin Road intersection (2-way stop), new pedestrian [...]
Nickel Plate Beach is now officially open for the season. Crews have been putting the final touches on all of the necessary safety and public health improvements to ensure the park is ready to go. We thank everyone in our community for their patience and look forward to a fun and safe summer at the [...]
Our outdoor drop boxes are open and Curbside Pickup starts next Monday, June 1. This service will be offered from 2 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Patrons can either place holds via the CLEVNET catalog (starting on Monday) or by calling the Library at (419) 433-5009. Pickups are limited to 10 items per library [...]
In an effort to assist restaurants and bars, City Council adopted legislation allowing the temporary creation of outdoor dining areas to recoup dining capacity lost due to current social distancing guidelines. The regulations were adopted and go into effect immediately. For the application and the list of regulations / guidelines, head to the City's website [...]
Check out the details on the Sandusky Register page here.
Students interested in applying to BGSU Firelands can do so for free! Our application fee is being waived at this time. We have another LIVE Admissions Webinar with admissions counselor Victoria Kontos this Thursday, May 28 at 3:00 p.m. for those interested in learning more. Click here to register.
This summer, some of BGSU's Youth Programs have been moved online. Visit the Youth Program page here for more info and to register.
For signs and other printable resources for your business, click here.
Attention high school students and staff who haven't already ordered a 2019-2020 yearbook. The deadline to order a yearbook is Tuesday, May 26. Please visit jostensyearbooks.com and follow the links to order yours today. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Stefanie Lee at [email protected]
If you haven't signed up for pre-school for the 2020-21 academic year, please review this flyer here to sign-up.
The Huron Chamber of Commerce loves to throw a good party! Unfortunately, we have had to rearrange our celebrations this year and look forward to getting back on track soon. Click here for the potential new dates.
Check out the video from Principal Kucbel here.
A special Huron City Council Meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, May 21st at 5:30PM to hold an executive session for the purpose of meeting with legal counsel regarding pending or imminent court action. UPDATE: The information for the meeting has been revised to add that the executive session will be to consider the appointment, [...]
The Library will be offering Curbside Pickup starting on Monday, June 1. We will also be opening our outdoor drop boxes next week. More details about Curbside Pickup will be released soon.
Thank you, Judy Hartley Ishmael, for sharing your fence to recognize our graduates, on the corner of Cleveland Rd/Route 2 & Center!!! (Judy doesn’t mind anyone stopping by to get a picture.). #loveourseniors2020
Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. You may feel anxious, mad, sad, or overwhelmed. Find ways to reduce your stress to help yourself and the people you care about. If you or a loved one is feeling overwhelmed, get support 24/7 by calling 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. Visit this link to learn more [...]
Ohio's Responsible Restart: Guiding Principles. Find everything you need to know about the responsible restart here.
Read the Sandusky Register article here.
All events at the Huron Boat Basin — Boppin’ on the Basin; and the Red, White & Blues Bang (Fireworks included) — have been cancelled through July 14, 2020. This difficult announcement is made based on continued gathering restrictions and social distancing orders. We apologize for the disappointment. We are so proud to be a [...]
STATE OF OHO UPDATE: Responsible Restart Ohio - protocols required for these openings will be released here coronavirus.ohio.gov May 21 CAMPGROUNDS can re-open if safety protocols can be met. May 22 HORSE RACING can resume if safety protocols can be met. However, spectators will be prohibited. This does not apply to casinos and racinos. May [...]
Check out the details here.
The Huron Helping Hands Food Pantry has bad a steady presence in the Huron community since 1996. They serve around 120 families a month in normal times, however, with the outbreak of COVID-19 the amount of families they serve has increased. Now, instead of one time a month, families can come to get food every [...]
TUNE IN to K96 while you watch the parade on Friday, May 22 at 6pm or if you can't make the parade! Enjoy a tribute to the Class of 2020. Songs will be played in honor of our grads, during the parade, with names read throughout. Listeners can turn their radios to K96 or listen [...]
An Important Announcement From Queen Alaina Parkinson, and Committee President William Biddlecombe Regarding The 2020 Huron River Fest. Click here to view the video.
The 2020 Huron City-Wide Garage Sale (originally scheduled for May 30th) has been postponed based on State health guidelines. The Garage Sale has been RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY, SEPT. 5th (Labor Day weekend). For those already registered, look for a notice in your mail; please return the form to Parks & Rec. We are continuing to [...]
Fox 8-Cleveland reached out to the Huron PTO today about their teacher appreciation video. The segment will be airing tonight at 6pm.
Check out their contributions on the Sandusky Register article here.
A time for our community to celebrate our 2020 GRADUATES!! Celebrate with them on May 22. #loveourseniors #huronstrong Click here for the details and parade route.
Don't forget - A staff member is available now to answer your questions! Call the Library at (419) 433-5009 between 1 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Parents of Huron Seniors: Please make sure they fill out our Google Form that was emailed to their SCHOOL ACCOUNTS!!!! This will make sure we get the correct T Shirt size ordered. Currently we only have about half of the class that has responded. If you would like to know if they have responded, send [...]
We're in this TOGETHER! HCS students and educators - be on the lookout this week for a special drop-off package. It's our little way of saying you're loved and missed each day we're apart. Thank you for everything that you are doing to keep loved ones safe and we look forward to seeing everyone soon!
Check out the latest information on the roll out of businesses opening on the Erie County Health Department's website here.
To encourage philanthropic support to the Student Emergency Fund, Theresa Popp Braun '80, '85 is asking supporters of BGSU Firelands to remember the pride and passion George Mylander ’58, ’70, ’03 (Hon.) had for Firelands students, public education and the local community by making a gift to the Firelands Emergency Aid for Students Fund. She [...]
Reminder: the Blue Line is back to running every 30 minutes as of today. The current service operations for each line are listed here. Please wear a mask when traveling on STS and keep a distance of at least 6 feet from drivers and other passengers.
Please click here for a Message from Denise Zielske, Huron City Schools Director of Operations
The Huron Parks & Recreation 2020 Safety Town Program has been cancelled, in keeping with the State of Ohio’s guidelines during the continued virus battle. We LOVE hosting Safety Town, and share the disappointment of our Pre-K Students, our Teachers, Presenters and Counselors! We hope to adjust next year's Safety Town Program to include those [...]
Hello Huron...this is Amy Roldan, Huron Chamber of Commerce Executive Director and the mother of a Senior at Huron High School. Today, our High School Seniors received the sad news that they will not have an in-person graduation and be able to cross the stage and accept their diploma, after already missing so many special [...]
SBA resumed accepting PPP applications on Monday, April 27th at 10:30am. Click here to submit your business's application.
CONGRATULATIONS Susan Welsh, our final WINNER in the Support Local Raffle!! Thank you all for supporting our local businesses - keep it up! Thanks to Domino's Pizza, Angry Bull and Arbys for your donations. Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local! #huronstrong
POSSIBLE 10-15% SAVINGS!! HURON CHAMBER MEMBERS: If you are not already enrolled, please take this time to read and apply for your Chamber Energy Discounts! It's easy to do and all the information is included in the documents here. Discounts can be used at your businesses and residence. *These discounts are only available to Huron [...]
Welcome to the new HURON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Office!! We are very excited and looking forward to welcoming visitors soon. NEW ADDRESS: 202 Cleveland Road W. Here's a message from our Director: I will miss my office next to the coffee shop, but very excited to call this our new Huron Chamber of Commerce home. [...]
After a lot of careful consideration, our committee has decided to postpone our market in an attempt to provide a safe and successful event for both our makers and shoppers. SAVE THE NEW DATE -See you on Saturday, September 12. For the latest updates and information on vendors, please visit our Facebook page here.
Seniors and Parents, please click here for graduation cap and gown pick-up information, announcements and class rings. #huronstrong
Show your dance moves and help raise money for a good cause! #huronproud Check out the details here.
Please click here for a message from the Superintendent, Dennis Muratori - April 20, 2020, 6:30 pm
Congrats Class of 2020 - Watch the video here.
Starting Monday, April 20, Library staff members will be available to take phone calls during the temporary closure. Call in Monday through Friday from 1 - 5 pm to ask us reference questions. Ask us about: eBook and eMedia apps, stimulus checks, voting, senior hours at local stores, the 2020 Census, which restaurants offer carry-out, [...]
Watch the news conference from Gov. Dewine here.
Republic has confirmed they will be continuing yard waste services on Monday, April 27th. Bulk service will continue the first Monday in May (May 4th). We appreciate your patience!
VOTE-BY-MAIL DEADLINE IS April 25th to submit the request form. PRINTED FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE HURON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (202 Cleveland Rd W) or on-line per the form below. Take a walk, pick up a form, and vote!! #huronstrong
Have you voted in the Ohio Primary Election yet? These directions show you how to request a Vote-by-Mail ballot without the use of a printer. Mail the forms to your local board of elections. Remember: The Vote-by-Mail ballot request deadline is Saturday, April 25 and all Ohioans can continue voting by mail until Tuesday, April [...]
No matter what business your are in, the 2020 Marketing Plan can probably be thrown out the window! BUT DON'T STOP PLANNING!! RECOVERY PLAN - Marketing Whether you are open or closed, or if your business is insurance, food & beverage, auto repair, investing, or any other service providing business, here are some pointers to [...]
CALLING ALL HURON BUSINESSES: Whether you are currently a Huron Chamber Member or not, please join our HURON STRONG Group to get up to date information and interact with other local Huron Businesses/Organization Owners and Staff. Check out the Facebook Group here.
Celebrate National Poetry Month this April by using Hoopla to read or listen to some new poetry books. All you need is your library card. Click here for more information on Hoopla Digital.
Congratulations to the winners of this year's 44839: Poetry from a Zip Code Poetry Contest! Visit the Library's Virtual Poetry Event here to listen the winners announced by the Director of the Library Copies of 44839: Poetry from a Zip Code Vol. III will be available when the Library reopens, but you can also visit [...]
HHS Senior shirts available for order now! Please submit orders by Friday, April 24. All orders will be printed the following week. Everyone will be contacted for pick up schedule and payment if you haven't used Venmo account. Stay healthy! Check out the shirt design and additional details here.
Dean Andrew Kurtz will be on our Instagram live today at noon to give an update on how BGSU Firelands is handling the COVID-19 response, and to answer your questions. What questions do you have? instagram.com/officialbgsufirelands.
Plan now. Visit later. Thank you to Ohio's Lake Erie Shores & Islands for the great information about our area here.
Want to learn some new skills while being stuck at home? Lynda provides courses in topics like music, business, art, computers, photography, and more! As a CLEVNET library cardholder, you have access to all of these courses for FREE. Click here to visit our website to log in to Lynda or to find more information
Click here to read the statement from Mayor Sam Artino and Interim City Manager Mike Spafford regarding out-of-town travel. For a copy of this letter and other updates/information regarding the current public health crisis, check-out the webpage below. Be sure to continue following various State and Local officials for all of the latest information.
This notice applies to the Huron Public Boat Ramp, located on the east side of the Huron River. Click here to for the details.
LOOOOOK WHO HAS ARRIVED!! See him on the BUNNY HOP around Huron on the schedule here! The Easter Bunny will be traveling by BOAT pulled by South Shore Marine and escorted by the Huron Police Department . Times listed are approximate, so add 15 minutes before and after and don’t miss the Easter Bunny. IN [...]
Open Enrollment application for 2020-2021 is now. Please visit the Huron City Schools website under the Student/Parent Resources Menu.
Hoopla now offers Bonus Borrows that don't count towards the 10 item monthly limit! These include movies, music, ebooks, and audiobook borrows for children and adults- for FREE. To find the Bonus Borrows on the Hoopla website: Click "Browse," select a material type, click "Categories," and then select "Bonus Borrows." To find the Bonus Borrows [...]
Here's some great information passed along from the library on the importance of protecting yourself during these times. Gov. Mike Dewine's Press Briefing details - Sandusky Register How to Make Your Own Mask - Instructions
Miss Melissa's Online Storytimes are moving to Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tune in to our Facebook page at 1 pm to see her read some cool new stories LIVE. Be sure to keep an eye on our page for more Miss Melissa fun!
The City is partnering with Barnes Nursery to provide free yard waste drop-off for all City residents at its compost facility on Camp Road. In order to utilize the program, please bring your City water bill for proof of residency. If you no longer have your bill, we can make it available for you by [...]
Click here for updated COVID-19 information and funding opportunities, provided by the Huron Chamber of Commerce.
The Easter Bunny will be doing the BUNNY HOP AROUND TOWN on Saturday, April 11th! APPROXIMATE TIMES & NEIGHBORHOODS are listed for you to keep an eye out and find your spot to see the BUNNY, with mandated social distancing. The * denotes areas that have parking for people to watch from their cars or [...]
On Thursday, April 2 Governor DeWine extended the Ohio stay-at-home order in an attempt to reduce exposure to COVID-19. In response to this, the Huron Public Library will remain closed until Governor DeWine and his staff have determined that the danger of the extended effects of the coronavirus have ceased. At this point, the Library [...]
The Huron Public Library Board of Trustees meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 has been postponed until Wednesday, May 13 at 7 pm. Please continue to check our website for more information concerning cancellations and closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students! Registration for FALL 2020 begins next week. Be sure to check your enrollment date - click here!
Create your own artwork — pencil, paper, crayons, paints, use whatever you have … so you can decorate for The Bunny Challenge! Draw spring flowers, or colorful eggs, or birds and blue skies! Ask parents where you can hang your drawings! Maybe even in your windows so your neighbors can also enjoy your artwork! Parents [...]
Republic Services is suspending yard waste collection and bulk pickup effective immediately. There is no scheduled end date for this change, but we'll keep the community posted as Republic issues updates. In order to provide an option for yard waste services during this time period, the City has partnered with Barnes Nursery to offer a [...]
ANNOUNCEMENT of First Energy donating $2 Million to over 150 organizations! Check out the details here.
CALLING ALL RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES!! Grant opportunity for those of you who meet the MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS! Click here to view the information and application that will open on April 2nd.
CONGRATULATIONS Rebecca Painter for being this week’s SUPPORT LOCAL RAFFLE WINNER! Be sure to submit your picture of your receipts from this week and you could be next week’s WINNER!!! Thank you Angry Bull Arby’s Domino's Pizza (500 Main St, Huron, OH) for your donation! Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local! #huronstrong
While "Breakfast with the Bunny" and the Egg Hunt was cancelled — we can still have fun (while staying safe) and help our community! Normally, the Huron Lions Club prepares the pancake breakfast, and we accept non-perishable food donations for the Huron Helping Hands Food Pantry. During these times, the Food Pantry still needs your [...]
We are in the planning stages of cheer tryouts. All interested students in junior high or high school tryouts please text or email your contact information to: 419-366-1787 or [email protected] Please include: Your name Cell phone number* Email* What grade you will be in as of August 2020 * if you don't have one of [...]
BGSU continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by waiving certain requirements for students considering graduate school. Read the article on what the process entails here.
Top 3 Things for Tuesday, March 31st’s Huron City Council Meeting 1) Council will vote on a Memorandum of Understanding for the USGS Project at ConAgra. Council previously entered into and extended a Memorandum of Understanding with the Port Authority for the USGS. 2) Council will vote on approving a contract to hire the law [...]
Edit to below post: Please make sure that the items are either sealed or unopened. Thank you for any and all assistance. PLEASE SHARE: The Erie County Emergency Management Agency is collecting, organizing, and distributing essential supplies for our first responders and long term care facilities. Given the uncertainty of the coming days and weeks, [...]
The U.S. Congress and the Ohio General Assembly have both approved legislation aimed at helping everyone get through the COVID-19 crisis. Here is a listed summary of how the two new laws may affect you - click here to review the Sandusky Register article.
Get the details from DeWine's press conference on the Sandusky Register article here.
Can we agree we can do a better job? We have seen too many instances of vehicles parked across the sidewalk in neighborhoods throughout the city. This unnecessarily forces pedestrians and our children into the roadway. With the nicer weather coming and an increase of pedestrian traffic during this stay at home order, lets clear [...]
Find more information on the Sandusky Register here.
Check out the details from this awesome initiative on the Sandusky Register here.
ALL BUSINESSES no matter what you produce, serve, create, market, need to utilize FREE MARKETING...FACEBOOK! Here is a tip on getting more traffic and attention! Not sure what to video or say?? Just a “hello” “stay healthy” type of message with an update of what you have going on...if it’s just home zooming in your [...]
VOTE BY APRIL28th...FROM HOME Find the form here or at one of the following websites: https://www.boe.ohio.gov/erie/ Voteohio.gov IMPORTANT DATES April 25th - DEADLINE to submit application April 28th - DEADLINE to submit voting ballot
EMPLOYERS!! The Huron Chamber of Commerce is committed to serving your business needs and assisting with the RECOVERY PLAN the best we can. The link below is the best and easy to follow information about: Paycheck Protection Program Small Business Debt Relief Program Economic Injury Disaster Loans Emergency Economic Injury Grants Small Business Counseling Small [...]
This week (March 30 - April 3), show your school spirit from home! March 30 - SCHOOL PRIDE: Seniors, wear the college you are attending, everyone else, wear your Huron/St. Pete's gear March 31 - TACO TUESDAY: Help cook with your family, doesn't have to be tacos April 1 - WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: Wear your best [...]
Message from the Superintendent, Mr. Dennis Muratori (March 27, 2020, at 3:00 pm) is now available on the district website. Click here to be redirected to Mr. Muratori's message.
VOTE YES! For Huron City Schools RENEWAL LEVY - Only by ABSENTEE BALLOT thru April 28th. More information to come!
Get the details from the Sandusky Register here.
The American Red Cross has an ongoing need for blood product donations. Firelands is partnering with the Red Cross and Cedar Point Sports Center to host a drive. Click below to sign up for the drive at the sports center on April 3 from 11 am to 5 pm. 💉 Only scheduled appointments will be accepted. All presenting donors will [...]
BGSU is answering the call by donating PPE supplies and space to organizations. Check out the article here.
Check out the bear hunt details in the Sandusky Register article here.
The 2020 Census officially kicked off on March 12th. The census provides critical data for lawmakers, businesses, and school systems to provide daily services, products, and support for our community. Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads, and other resources based on census data. Each home will receive [...]
🎉SUPPORT LOCAL!! Show your support and pride with this custom tee! Shirts are $15 and 100% of money raised goes directly to local businesses (all orders over 25 shirts will be $12/shirt delivered). Brought to you by the Huron Chamber of Commerce and Lucky Stone, Checks can be written to "Huron Strong" and can be [...]
Check out this video from Mrs. Rosekelly, our Social-Emotional Specialist. She talks about this resource in the video here. To use the Calm Resource - Click here
PARENTS! Here are some outdoor activities for your students to enjoy during these nice weather days! Click here to learn more.
Huron, let's join together and Unite the Night! Check out the flyer for information on an inspiring display of community unity on March 29th at 8:00 PM. Shout-out to Matthew and Allison Witherow for such a great idea! Check out the flyer here. #greatlakeplace
GET YOUR RECEIPT PICTURES SUBMITTED FOR MONDAY’S DRAWING!! We have away $50 worth of Angry Bull and Arby’s this week and have $50 worth of giveaways for next Monday too. Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local!
We are preparing for the possibility of the extended closure to continue. An email was sent to all Huron City School parents through FinalForms on March 25 with a link to our new electronic form. If you have already submitted the form, thank you. You only need to complete the form and submit it once. [...]
Due to Covid-19 we will be pushing back the baseball and softball season. We are hoping to start at the end of April. Coaches will be in contact before the season starts. If you have any questions please email [email protected] or [email protected] you can also message the Huron Baseball and Softball Program Facebook page!
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM OHIO BWC: Challenging times require flexibility. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is doing just that. To help businesses facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio BWC is announcing that unpaid insurance premium installment amounts due for March, April, and May for the current policy year can be deferred until June 1, [...]
We continue to share new information related to COVID-19. Today Dr. Rodney K. Rogers - BGSU President has an important update about spring commencement and resources available to students for online learning. View the video here.
It's Dine with Domino's Day! Help raise some dough for the PTO and support our local businesses! We'd also like to ask that you pay with credit/debit card, if possible, to help reduce the hand contact. We appreciate your support!!
MALLEY'S PICKUP INFO: YESSSSSSS Malley's will still be delivered and will be available for PICKUP on WEDNESDAY, March 25 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm (this has been condensed). Pickup will be IN FRONT OF WOODLANDS!!! Similar to Mumkin Pickup... you will enter the driveway from Buckeye, stay in pickup lane, give volunteer your name [...]
Playgrounds within the City of Huron parks are closed, in accordance with Governor DeWine's order of March 22, 2020. The open space parks and trails are open and we urge you to actively practice social distancing and keep 6 feet away from other park users. Thank you for understanding.
It’s as easy as THAT!!! Post your picture of three receipts on the Chamber Facebook or email to [email protected] and you will be entered into the drawing for $50 in gift cards from our local businesses. SUPPORT & WIN!!! For more details click here. Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local!
BGSU has implemented unprecedented measures in recent days in response to the public health challenge posed by COVID-19. At this time, more than ever, our focus is on our students. COVID-19 has already significantly disrupted the lives of our students on and off campus – creating unexpected housing and food expenses; restricting travel; limiting students’ [...]
Be sure to follow Governor Mike DeWine, Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Channel to catch the daily briefing regarding the coronavirus. See the story from yesterday's briefing. Local information can be found by following the Erie County Health Department, all City Department pages, and Huron Ohio News. The Huron Chamber of Commerce is keeping the community updated regarding the local business activity. [...]
UPDATED! Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local! Please visit our webiste @ www.huron.net or "the433" smart phone app for a listing of all businesses addresses and phone numbers. #huronproud #greatlakeplace Get the list here 🎉🎉HURON IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS!! 🎉🎉 💪🏽Stay healthy and support local.💪🏽 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 👇🏻 Visit any of our Huron Retail Businesses for carry out//drive up //deliver and [...]
Stay healthy! Stay engaged! Support local! City of Huron - Government Huron Ohio News CDC Huron City Schools https://www.facebook.com/eriecohealth/
Read the farewell details from the Sandusky Register here
Starting this morning, Firelands Regional Medical Center will be temporarily limiting all visitors in concern for #COVID19. This is a preventive measure the health system is taking to protect our patients, their families and our employees. Exceptions include end of life situations, maternity, and patients under 18 years of age. The team at Firelands is [...]
Please note! Special alert. The City of Huron Parks and Recreation Department has cancelled all current and upcoming programs and classes until April 5th. We will provide updates for future programming as we receive additional information. In addition, The Parks and Recreation office and Huron Boat Basin office will be closed to public access. If [...]
The Huron council voted to extend the city’s bed tax to include these locations, adding an estimated $50,000 in revenue for the town. City of Huron - Government Check out the Sandusky Register article here.
Get the details from Columbia Gas here.
Read the article from the Sandusky Register here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 15, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Business, community leaders praise efforts to slow spread of COVID-19 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Leading business organizations across Ohio tonight praised Governor DeWine's recent actions to curb the spread of coronavirus, which causes COVID-19. Most recently, the Governor announced his decision to close bars and restaurants to [...]
Has your job been impacted by #COVID19? We’re here to help! Please visit jfs.ohio.gov/coronavirus for new information and visit unemployment.ohio.gov to apply for benefits. Governor Mike DeWine signed an emergency order to expand flexibility to help you during this emergency.
Just because the Library is closed, doesn't mean you have to miss storytime. Miss Melissa will be hosting live, online storytimes on the Library's Facebook page. Visit the page here for more information and times.
Even if the Library is closed, patrons can still access our digital materials. Libby and OverDrive are free library apps for ebooks and audiobooks, and Hoopla is a free library app for audiobooks, ebooks, movies, TV, music, and more! There is even a Kids Mode available by adjusting your Hoopla settings. All you need is [...]
Please take a moment to read through the following information as it relates to the city of Huron’s plans for various operations. Also, be sure to follow both the Ohio Department of Health and Erie County Health Department Facebook pages, utilize the State of Ohio's coronavirus website, and please continue to practice social distancing and the recommended hygiene initiatives. [...]
Check out the Chamber's Facebook page here for more details.
Huron Schools is looking for substitute custodians. Interested applicants can apply here.
Coronavirus update: Upon the recommendation from Gov. Mike DeWine, #BGSU is moving all face-to-face classes toward online and remote learning after Spring Break, March 23-April 6. Classes will continue on both campuses as scheduled through this Friday. More details can be found on our website: bgsu.edu/coronavirus
Lunch Request Forms for Extended Closure can be found on the Huron City Schools District Website under Latest News/COVID-19 General Information.
Kindergarten Screening has been postponed. Please read the notice from Mr. Kucbel here.
The Huron Library has cancelled the Spring Cleaning Crafts for Kids and the Memories of Mary Cassatt, 1914.
If you have already registered, TLC will be working over the next several days to return your registration fee t0 your student. Registrations that have already been deposited will take longer to return. Please be patient through this process and spread the word.
Reducing and minimizing, to the best of our ability, opportunities for exposure in large group settings is a priority. We will be canceling the March 19th Jeff Yalden community event. At this time the student program scheduled for March 20th will still take place.
URGENT: In working with the Administration team of Huron City Schools it has been decided that we will CANCEL tonight's PTO meeting to stay in alignment with our districts position on postponing all school meetings involving public and public gathering sessions. The administration has stated that their guiding principle is to reduce / minimize opportunities [...]
The Football Cheer Parent meeting has been postponed. A rescheduled date will be announce at a later time. The cheer tryouts at this time are still scheduled.
We regret to inform the community that the Huron Senior Citizens Dinner & a Show has been postponed due to the districts decision to suspend all large gatherings and meetings for the next 30 days.
Area Superintendents Announce Protocols Regarding Coronavirus Concerns Mr. Todd Boggs - Superintendent, Perkins Mr. Tom Roth - Superintendent, Edison Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders - CEO and Superintendent, Sandusky Mr. Dennis Mock - Superintendent, Margaretta Mr. Dennis Muratori - Superintendent, Huron Sandusky, Ohio - School officials from the area public schools conducted a press [...]
Is your child interested in cheering for the Huron Tiger Football team this fall? Join us on Monday, March 16 - session 1 begins at 6pm and session 2 begins at 7pm. The meeting will be held in the HHS Student Union. *This meeting is for incoming students in 7th - 12th grade only.
HHS Course Selection Guide 2020-2021 is now available on the district website.
This is the week of performances for the Woodlands musical groups. The 5th and 6th grade bands will perform on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:00PM in the McCormick Auditorium. The 5th and 6th grade Choirs will perform on Wednesday, March 11 at 6:00PM. Please note the earlier start time for the choir concert this is [...]
Check out the video here.
All BGSU (Main and Firelands Campus) study abroad programs have been suspended. See the details on the BGSU page here.
Huron Chamber of Commerce has LOVED being located next to Gathering Grounds Coffee Shop, and all the great people that we have met and great conversations that have taken place! We don't want that to end at or new location! We are excited to provide a WELCOME CENTER and COMMUNITY CONFERENCE ROOM in the new [...]
The Federal Government has installed new signs at both the Huron Lighthouse Pier (north of the "blockhouse") and the East Pier (attached Nickel Plate Beach). Both of those areas are Federally owned and under their jurisdiction for access management. The City did not install these signs nor were we notified of the intention to install [...]
Congratulations to Samuel Toldly! 7th Grade Student at McCormick Jr. High will be competing in the State Level of the National Geographic Geography Bee! Good Luck Samuel! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Samuel Toldly to Compete in State Level of the National Geographic Geography Bee The results are in! The National Geographic Society named Samuel Toldy, 7th [...]
Congratulations to McCormick's February Students of the Month, 7th grader Julia Brown and 8th grader Mackenzie Nevison.
*Now Hiring* The City of Huron is seeking applications for a part-time Zoning Inspector. Click here for more information about the position. The deadline for applications is March 13th.
Click here for the link to download your copy of our advertiser form.
We are EXCITED to kick off our QUARTERLY FREE BREAKFAST Business Development Council on Monday, March 9th, with GUEST CONVERSATION STARTER Joanne Mueller, VP of Human Resources at Cedar Point. Who should attend? ALL BUSINESS LEADERS & STAFF WHO WANT TO NETWORK, SHARE BEST PRACTICES & RESOURCES, AND ENJOY A FREE BREAKFAST! This will be [...]
The Huron Historical Society invites you to Dine & Donate at Jim's Pizza Box (Huron location) on Tuesday, March 10 from 4 - 9:30pm. 10% of dine-in/carryout proceeds be donated to the club. Enjoy various historical photos on the monitors while you eat. Booklets and DVDs will also be available for sale.
Save the date! Dinner at Huron High School from 5:00 -7:00 pm. Show starting at McCormick Jr. High at 7:30 pm. The free dinner will feature turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, chalet veggies, biscuits and dessert.
For the latest information regarding COVID-19 (provided by local, state and national agencies) please visit our district website’s Latest News section @ huronhs.com...and keep washing those hands! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
We still have a few spaces left for children in Kindergarten - Grade 6 for LEGO Builders Club this Thursday, March 5 at 4:30 pm. Miss Melissa will lead a LEGO game, followed by time to build with the Library's LEGO collection. Click here to register.
Tuesday, March 2 - Open-Faced Cheddar Meatloaf Sandwich on Texas Toast Thursday, March 4 - Texas Grilled Cheese with Tomato and Bacon *Available everyday choices Salad Bar Fruits and Veggies Pizza Bosco Sticks Popcorn Chicken Chicken Patty French Fries
You can VOTE YES! for Huron School now at Erie County Services Building, 2900 Columbus Ave, Sandusky (next to the fair grounds). To view the schedule for early voting click here.
Students! Don't forget to apply for scholarships by this Sunday, March 1! Details and information here.
Get the details on the March 11 event on the Sandusky Register article here. The presentation is scheduled to begin at 7pm.
Due to technical difficulties, parts of the Huron Insider Videos from February 25th contained no audio. You can listen to the full audio of the meeting from the city here. Also, part of the ending from the City Council Meeting Video was missing you can watch the entire meeting here. Top 3 Takeaways from Tuesday’s [...]
Join the Huron Chamber of Commerce on Friday, May 15 for an evening filled with great food, beverages, awards, networking, giveaways and fun shenanigans guaranteed. Stay tuned for more information on this year's location, theme and unveiling of our Lighthouse Awards.
All Chamber members are invited to join us for a complimentary breakfast, topic targeted conversation, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities. This is a great time to share and learn best practices from your fellow members and create a community of collaboration. Save the dates: March 2 - TOPIC: Human Resources and Administration June 1 - [...]
The Huron Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce the upcoming edition of the Huron Community Guide in collaboration with our City, Township, Schools, Library and many more. The Huron Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Tandem Media Network to help provide this year's publication. This is a great way for you to share your [...]
Huron Schools will be on a 2 hour delay on Wednesday, March 4.
CCYT from HURON OHIO wins the National Performing Arts Festival at Walt Disney World, with the highest score given in the 15 years of the Art Festival. Many of the big budget Youth Theaters and Performing Arts Schools were left wondering 'Who is this CCYT and Where in the heck is Huron, Ohio?" Our kids [...]
As discussed during his campaign, and in order to facilitate more engagement, and open communication with our city council - Joel Hagy is hosting a town hall event at the Huron Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. All registered Huron City voters are welcome. Please join us for an informal Q&A session. No presentations or speeches - [...]
Lake Front Park is ready for St. Patrick's Day -- thanks to the Huron Garden Club. Some folks report seeing an occasional leprechaun...but that couldn't be real, could it?
Exciting changes for 2020! We are so appreciative of everyone who comes out to support our events, so we wanted to make it even more fun for more people with a new prize plan! If you participate in all 5 events, you will receive a Huron 5K Series hooded sweatshirt and be entered to win $50 [...]
Learn more about the upcoming move on the Sandusky Register here.
The Huron Chamber is excited to offer this great opportunity to our Chamber Members and Huron Businesses interested in taking advantage of all the benefits that Huron Chamber offers. Join us on March 9 at 8:30am at Jim's Pizza Box for our first meeting. This is a great opportunity for local business leaders to get [...]
Congratulations to Huron divers Max Wasiniak and Joey Lenczyk who competed at the Ohio State Division II State Championships on 2/19 in Canton, Ohio. Joey finished 21st and Max finished 14th and earned All-Ohio honors. Way to go Tigers.
March 1, 3, 4, and 5 Marconi’s will donate 10% of guest checks to the FRIENDS of the Huron Public Library. You must present the Marconi's FRIENDS coupon when ordering. You can find the coupon in the Library's Spring 2020 Newsletter or on the FRIENDS page of our website. Feel free to give coupons to [...]
Old and new. Pictured here are Granthem Brown and VSC coach Jack Ineson. Granthem is the new record holder in the 500 freestyle (5:08) and you’ll never guess who’s record (5:10) he broke? Jack’s. Two great Huron swimmers. Go Tigers!
District calendars for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 are now available on the Parent/Student Resources page. Click here to download your copy.
Monday February, 24 - Chicken Pot Pie over a biscuit Tuesday - February 25 - Walking Dorito Taco Wednesday, February 26 - Pasta Veggie Alfredo with breadstick Thursday, February 27 - Loaded Pulled Pork Tots
We are excited to introduce two Huron Parks & Rec “Clean-Up Basket Stands” — one at the base of the Lighthouse Pier, and the other at Nickel Plate Beach. Pick up a basket and collect any trash you find while on your walk, then dispose of the trash in the cans provided and return the [...]
-WATER MAIN BREAK IN BERLIN TOWNSHIP- Due to a water main break Erie County Water Department will be issuing a boil advisory to the following water customers. Those affected are Berlin and Huron Township water customers: 1814-9410 River Road, 1309-9410 Jeffries Road, 6408-6317 Darrow Road, 9101-9811 Barrows Road, 4786-5706 Knight Road, 2008-2009 Berlin Road, 9005-11003 [...]
Students who were planning on attending the Mobile Dental Bus at Shawnee will have another opportunity. Those students will be put on the schedule for February 20 from 9:30am - noon. Please contact Shawnee if you have any questions.
Huron Schools is looking to hire substitute teachers, secretaries and custodians. Interested applicants can visit rachelwixey.com to apply.
Click here for great information about the upcoming RENEWAL LEVY. VOTE YES! on March 17th!
*Special Meeting of City Council* City Council has scheduled a special meeting for Wednesday, February 19th at 5:30 PM. The purpose of the meeting is for the consideration of hiring outside legal counsel. An agenda will be published Tuesday and posted to the City's website.
The Library will be CLOSED for Presidents' Day on Monday, February 17. No items will be due on this day and outdoor book drops will remain open. Patrons may still renew items and place items on hold by logging into our catalog with a library card number and a PIN. The Library will resume regular [...]
Once again, BGSU Firelands will be hosting the Celebrate Huron: State of the Community on Tuesday, April 21 from 6-8pm. Updates will be provided from the city, township, library, schools and the Chamber of Commerce. The event is open to the public and more information can be found on the Chamber Facebook page here.
Did you know that you have an opportunity to support our students on March 17th?? VOTE YES! for issue #4 RENEWAL LEVY and here is why... * * > Continued rigorous learning opportunities that prepares our students to be college and career ready. * * > Continued Gifted Services for Grades 3-12. * * > [...]
Friendly reminder, Huron Schools will not have school on Friday, February 14 (staff day) and Monday, February 17 (President's Day).
The Huron PTO has a meeting this Thursday, 6:30pm at the Huron Public Library. Our special guest speakers this month are Superintendent Dennis Muratori and Treasurer Randy Drewyor. We hope to see you there!
Congratulations to these girls! Qualified to compete at State!
Join Student Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion for "Beyond The Dream” which focuses on the different cultures across campus. From guest speakers and musicians and multiple academic conferences, the series of events provides a variety of opportunities to share in the multicultural experience. For complete event details click here.
💜🏀💛CHIMMY CHALLENGE💛🏀💜 SBC 3 POINT SHOOTOUT!! Friday 2/7 Boys Basketball 🏀Oak Harbor @ Huron 🏀Tiffin @ Vermilion Saturday 2/8 Girls Basketball 🏀Norwalk @ Bellevue 🏀Perkins @ Vermilion 🏀Edison @ Port Clinton 🏀Willard @ Huron Saturday 2/8 Boys Basketball 🏀St.Paul @ Sandusky St. Mary 🏀Oak Harbor @ Bellevue 🏀Tiffin @ Port Clinton 🏀South Central @ Edison [...]
Schedule an appointment with our business advisers. Together we articulate your desired outcomes form the meeting and our overall engagement. We set milestones and provide expert guidance to help you meet those milestones for your business. Open to entrepreneurs at any stage of development (ideas to established). Hosted by RISE Regional Incubator for Sustainability and [...]
Pre-K -K Indoor Soccer for Tuesday evening, Feb. 6th, is cancelled due to "No School" weather closing. Reminder: No Soccer when School is closed/cancelled!
Join Student Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion for "Beyond The Dream” which focuses on the different cultures across campus. From guest speakers and musicians and multiple academic conferences, the series of events provides a variety of opportunities to share in the multicultural experience. For complete event details click here.
We are asking for your support of Issue 4! A 7.53 mill RENEWAL operating levy will be on the March 17, 2020 ballot for voter consideration. The operating levy was initially passed November 3, 2009. As this is not a new tax, passage of this levy will NOT result in a tax increase to local [...]
Keeping bees has become a popular hobby. Find out exactly how to keep bees at the Library next Monday, February 10 at 6:30 pm. Rich Brutsche of the Sandusky Valley Beekeepers Association will discuss the art and science of keeping bees in this special introductory program for beginners. Click here to register and for more [...]
The City is finalizing the design for Phase 2 of the US 6 project. Utilizing traffic data, a computerized model was established to simulate traffic flow with the proposed modification at Center St. and US 6. There are two simulations: AM peak traffic and PM peak traffic. AM Peak: https://youtu.be/76anPX_hcYQ PM Peak: https://youtu.be/vbve5v4MUAA The City will be [...]
You may have or will soon be receiving a letter from First Energy Solutions offering a competing rate to the existing electric aggregation price offered by Dynegy through the City’s program. The letter references a rate of 4.69 cents per kilowatt-hour for a 12-month period and compares it to a rate of 4.79 cents offered [...]
As of Monday afternoon, crews from Station 2 began to man their new quarters! The new building, by general contractor Studer-Obringer, is a mirror image of the existing building, from the outside. Inside, however, the quarters contain a new kitchen, day room, office and bunk rooms for 4 personnel to allow for growth of the [...]
Mark your calendar for February 22, 2020, from 9:00 am to 10:00 am, for Coffee Connections with Mr. Andy White and Mr. Dennis Muratori. [Huron, Ohio] Connect over coffee with Huron City Manager Andy White and Huron Schools Superintendent Dennis Muratori, on Saturday, February 22, from 9-10 at the Huron Public Library. The Huron Chamber of [...]
Huron High School Local Scholarships are available for the 2019-2020 school year. More information can be found here.
There are still a few spaces left in Thursday's LEGO Builders Club. Visit the Library on February 6 at 4:30 for some LEGO fun! These sessions begin with a LEGO-themed game followed by a chance to build with our LEGO collection. For Kindergarten through Grade 6. Click here to register.
McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MERIT ROLL SECOND QUARTER 2019-2020 To be eligible for the Merit Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.00 with no grade lower than a “C.” SEVENTH GRADE Amir Aaron, Austin Brunow, Benjamin Davis, Riley Deans, Janessa Detlor, Brooke Diffenbacher, Emma Gilbert, Alicia Hartung, Jason Lenczyk, Nicholas Lewallen, [...]
McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL SECOND QUARTER 2019-2020 To be eligible for the Honor Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with no grade lower than a “B.” An asterisk (*) indicates those students who have earned a 4.0. SEVENTH GRADE Hanna Abazi, Camryn Adams, Raigan Balmer, Jessica [...]
HHS Girls and Boys Bowling Teams warming up for their match with Old Fort. #huronproud Check out Huron Schools Facebook page here to see all the photos.
BCSN is proud to announce that Kayla Walsh of Huron HS is our February Scholar of the Month. Brought to you in part by Dewey Furniture. Check out the video here.
Just a reminder that Huron Schools are on a 2 hour delay on Wednesday, February 5.
Erie County Community Health Center will be providing dental screenings to students in grades K-4. The mobile dental van paid a visit to Shawnee to do a walk-through with the students. Information, schedule times and forms were sent home with students in grade K-4 and also shared through FinalForms. If you choose to have your [...]
Check out the photos on the Sandusky Register site here.
Kindergarten & Preschool Screening: 2020-21 Please share this important message with family, friends and neighbors. Any repost of this message would be greatly appreciated. Huron City Schools will conduct registration and screening for in-coming Kindergarten/Preschool children on March 16, 19 & 20. The screening will take place at the Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St. [...]
City Council held a work session on Tuesday to discuss the following items: 1. Expansion of the lodging tax and creation of a transient rental registration program: In order to expand the lodging tax, Council must first consider a modification to the zoning code to allow for the transient rental of residential properties. Planning Commission [...]
Save the date for the upcoming Father Daughter Dance. The 5th annual dance will be hosted by Huron TLC on March 20th from 7:30 - 9pm. All Huron School students will receive information on the event in the coming weeks. More details to come.
Great performance again by the HMS Tigers. Runner up as a team - 34 points behind Oak Harbor. Muratory and Wasily were champs of the event. Dennis, Drury, Perdue, Delaney 2nd, Majoy and Bartzen 3rd and Williams and Trevino 4th.
Congrats to the varsity wrestling team placing 4th at the Clyde Invite - GO TIGERS! The hard work and dedication is paying off- #huronproud
Get the game details from the Sandusky Register here.
Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Merit Roll for the 2nd quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Students must have a 3.2 GPA with no grade lower than a C to qualify. Seniors Aspyn Bray, Kassidy Brown, Kristian Caporini, Emma Claus, Julian Davis, Nolan Faflik, Hanna Gaudiello, [...]
Huron High School is proud to announce the following students who have achieved the Honor Roll for the 2nd quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Students must have a 3.5 gpa with no grade lower than a “B” to qualify. Seniors Sydney Andrew, Sophia Arambula, Brittany Baumgartner, Trae Bellamy, Lily Boldman, Matthew Brennan, Joey Brown, [...]
Join BGSU Firelands and The American Red Cross on Thursday, January 29 from 11-3:30pm in Lot G.
Love reading? Try one of our book clubs! Each book club meets monthly to discuss a new book and books are selected on an annual basis with input from the group members. To join a book group, visit our kiosk by the Circulation Desk to grab the latest book. Visit our website for upcoming book [...]
It's never too early to plan your SUMMER FUN! Check out the Huron Boat Basin 2020 schedule here.
The Huron PTO has recently worked with volunteers to set up "Peace Corners," or "Zen Dens," in our schools. Below is a picture taken from Mr. Doughty at Woodlands. We'd like to send a special thank you to those who have donated items to these very effective and important spaces in our schools!
Congrats to JH wrestlers placing 3rd in 12 team Norwalk Invite. Shout out to tournament champions H Drury, S Cooley and M Muratori. Way to go team - #huronproud
Get the play by play action in the Sandusky Register article here.
Get the details on the Sandusky Register here.
Congratulations Caryl Crane Youth Theatre Leaving our fourth Junior Theater Festival with the Best In Music Trophy, the Sheridan Giles Scholarship for Technical Theatre for Ryan Humphrey, Outstanding Performance Award for McKenna Stoffer, Broadway All-Stars recognition for Jake Koba and McKenna Stoffer, Dance Audition Finalists Gabe Omlor, Kelsey Swain, Ans Caylin McCormick, and an amazing weekend of [...]
The Library will be opening late for Staff Census Training on Wednesday, January 22. Patrons may still renew items and place items on hold by logging into our catalog with a library card number and a 4 digit PIN. The Library will open to regular hours at 10 am.
Love birding? Learn how to bird even better with the help of some amazing birding websites and apps! Visit the Library for these Birding Using Technology programs. Come to one or all three! Session 1: Tuesday, January 28 Holly Lynn and Paul Sherwood will show you how to set up an account on eBird, how [...]
Did you know that you can check out Literacy Backpacks from the Library? The Library currently lends out Literacy Backpacks for Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 2. Each backpack is filled with games and other fun activities designed to help children practice important reading skills. The loan period is three weeks and the backpacks come [...]
2020 Indoor Soccer SATURDAY LEAGUE @ Woodlands begins Jan. 18th -- with Huron High School Coaches and Players! Grades 1-2 at Noon-1pm. Grades 3-4 at 1:15-2:30pm. Grades 5-7 at 2:45-4pm. Openings available -- register online here.
🔊IT'S BACK...ROLL THE DICE!! 🎲 🎲 🔜Get your space on HURON-OPOLY! 🔙 Click here to get the application. ‼️Limited spaces available on 500 Boards that will be sold throughout Huron‼️ Must be a Huron Chamber of Commerce Member. If not, we invite to request information and become one.
Visit the Library for Unfinished Business/ Jump Start Knitting. Barbara Wilson leads this popular walk-in program for knitters of all levels on select Tuesdays, January 14, 21, 28, February 4, and 11 from 6:30 - 8 pm. This program provides one-on-one guidance for those who have hit a snag in their most recent project and [...]
Don't forget: Storytimes with Miss Melissa and Miss Vicki begin again this week. This second winter session is from January 14 - February 12. All programs are free and no registration is required. Visit our website (click here) to find the perfect Storytime for your family.
There is still time to register for How to Use Apps this Thursday, January 16 at 6:30 pm. Learn about free Library apps like Libby, Hoopla, and Lynda, as well as some other useful apps for your smart devices. Click here to register
The Library is doing some early Spring cleaning and we have some items that need to go! We are now accepting donations for seven 3' x 6' folding, white tables and two 4' x 10' white boards. You choose the price to pay and all proceeds go to the Friends of the Library. Transportation of [...]
Oh hey there, BGSU Firelands 👋 Our new Orange Line is now running service from Downtown Sandusky to BGSU Firelands via Cleveland Rd. The line runs every hour M-F from 6:30am-10:30pm.
REGISTER NOW FOR THE JOHN SANDS 3-ON-3 MEMORIAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT! SPACE IS LIMITED! Tournament date: Saturday April 4, 2020 at 9 a.m. Open to all former BGSU, BGSU Firelands, students, alumni, faculty & staff! Cost is $15.00 for current BGSU students or $20.00 for all others. Registration Deadline: March 4, 2020 Register by contacting Mike [...]
There's still time to check out the Celebrity Scoopers at Tofts! If you are looking for a delicious treat, stop by TOFT'S on 250 and say hello to one of our celebrity scoopers. Check out the schedule below.
Huron Board of Education members being recognized at the Huron Board of Education meeting (1/14) for their hard work and dedication. Students also signed a banner to show their appreciation. #huronproud
Huron Superintendents Student Cabinet planning for the second Mental Awareness Day at HHS. Great dialogue and collaboration. #huronproud