LORAIN — Lorain Schools held its first Family Focus meeting of the year Tuesday, addressing parent concerns regarding automatic calls, discipline and a botched fire drill at Longfellow Middle School that morning — running out of time to
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Jared Powell has a bike to grow with him, thanks to North Ridgeville Kiwanis. Jared, 4, has cerebral palsy, confining him to a wheelchair or walker. A student at the district’s Early Childhood Learning Community, a
ELYRIA — Auxiliary Officer John Vincent is remembered as someone who “always had the biggest smile.” Vincent, 57, was a veteran and worked for Elyria and other area police departments, and an insurance company, until he had a
WESTLAKE — The Bud Light Victory Fridges opened Thursday night after the Browns won for the first time in nearly two years. The Cleveland Browns won their home game against the New York Jets 21-17, their first victory since Dec. 24, 2016.
AVON LAKE — When thinking of Avon Lake, beer probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But the Bicentennial Committee may change all that with the city’s Bicentennial Beer Festival. In honor of the city’s history as
ELYRIA — Starting Monday, residents may want to avoid East Bridge Street as the city moves ahead on resurfacing the pock-marked thoroughfare. City Engineer John Schneider said crews will start installing signs Monday and Tuesday, with milling
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Possible renovations to the AT&T building are on hold again after Council voted against funding designs by EMD Studio Inc. Council voted 5-2 Monday against the ordinance, which would have funded architectural designs
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — As early as mid-October, students could see shorter ride times on trips to and from school with the district’s purchase of four new buses. The school board approved buying four 72-passenger buses, each costing $84,998,
ELYRIA — Elyria police have launched a second program to help drug addicts and their families to resources that could help them. Elyria police piloted its Quick Response Team program May through July and have since made it a permanent program.
GRAFTON — Village Council is looking to fill a new vacancy, after Councilman at-large Jason Strah announced his resignation Tuesday. Effective immediately, the Councilman gave up his position, less than a year into his second term, after