BBQ set to resolve horn honking case

HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN) — The ABC News magazine 20/20 is coming back to the area this weekend in an attempt to resolve the horn honking harassment case in Hubbard.

Horn honking case goes national.

An advertisment for a “Peace and Reconciliation BBQ” will run in several local papers in the next couple of days. Producers from 20/20 said the whole town is invited to the event.

They already have invited all the people involved in the lawsuit, including Garrick Krlich and retired fire chief John Clemente.

Man sues 40 over honking.

The barbecue is set from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at Chestnut Ridge Park in Hubbard Township.

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