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Nine Graduates Earn Bachelor of Applied Science in MEMS at Lorain County Community College 60th Commencement Ceremony

Nine Lorain County Community College graduates earned Bachelor of Applied Science in Microelectronic Manufacturing (MEMS) degrees at the college’s 60th annual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 11. The graduates were among 2,040 students to receive LCCC certificates and degrees this year. They include Jeffery Boyles (Elyria), Nathaniel Bratton (North Olmsted), William Hardway (Vermilion), Jacob Hart (Amherst), Brian Kachur (Lorain), Ally Marszal (Elyria), Andrew Milchak (Cleveland), and Emily Williams (Grafton). “We ... Read More »

Lorain County Community College Graduates Honor Legacy and Celebrate Future at 60th Commencement Ceremony

Lorain County Community College honored the class of 2024 on Saturday, May 11, during its 60th annual Commencement Ceremony. The milestone ceremony’s theme, “Our Legacy, Our Future,” celebrated this year’s graduates, recognized the generations of LCCC alumni who came before them, and encouraged all to strive toward a future legacy they are proud of. “As you graduate today and move ... Read More »

Mercy Health Promotes Women’s Health this Mother’s Day

Why Two Docs May be Better Than One This Mother’s Day, Mercy Health – Lorain is asking women to make their health a priority, and that starts with making sure they have the right providers. “OB-GYNs are often seen as the gatekeeper to women’s health, and they are an important provider for every woman to have, but there are limitations ... Read More »

Property Tax Calculator: How Much Will You Pay?

2024 is a sexennial (six years) reappraisal year in which Cuyahoga County reevaluates all properties in the county. It’s coming this summer. Homeowners are expected to see reappraisals go up by as much as 30 per cent. The last reappraisal was in 2017. Reappraisals went up by about 16 per cent. But because of the recent surge in home prices, ... Read More »

Avon Eagles Garden Club – Off to a Great 2024!

The Avon Eagles Garden Club, located in the courtyard of Avon East Elementary School on Lear Rd., is off to a great start this spring. The Club was inspired in 2022 by then- second-grader William Powell, the son of Neely and Jim Powell, and his love and passion for all things nature and gardening. Since then, it has taken off ... Read More »

Avon Art Showcases Student Talent

The annual Avon Art Show hosted at the Avon Performing Arts Center last Wednesday brought hundreds of students and families out to celebrate the talents of the districts artists. Supt. of School Ben Hodge and Mayor Bryan Jensen each awarded their top picks in grades k-12. All students were showcased in the lobby with an extensive gallery of hundreds of ... Read More »

Welcome, Slider!

Friday May 3 was a big day as Guardians mascot Slider made a visit to the Fairmont Senior Living in Westlake. Slider was extra excited because the Guardians are off to a great start this season! Folks at the Fairmont shared in the enthusiasm with hot dogs, popcorn and more as Slider made the rounds. Click here for more photos. ... Read More »

Celebrating Our Nonagenarians

Celebrating those 90 years and older was the theme of day last Thursday and the Westlake Community Center hosted lunch for our nonagenarians. Mayor Dennis Clough was on hand to present the celebrants with city proclamations. “The community and residents of Westlake realize what a valuable resource our older citizens are and that their gifts of wisdom and experience contribute ... Read More »

Young’s Art Center, Where Creativity Happens

If you are looking for something to keep your children busy this summer, look no further than Young’s Art Center (YAC) in Fairview Park. Chris Young, owner and instructor, firmly believes in the benefits of getting your children involved in art at a young age. Art not only fosters creativity, but it also inspires perseverance, decision-making and problem solving. These ... Read More »

Bay’s Dazzle Award Nominees

Congratulations to the cast, crew, musicians and directors of the recent Bay High production of “Something Rotten” for being nominated for SEVEN Dazzle Awards! The big reveal was made last week on Fox 8’s New Day Cleveland. Bay was nominated in the categories of Best Actor (Sam Brown), Best Costume Design, Musical Apprentice (Keller Shea), Best Choreography, Best Ensemble Chorus, ... Read More »