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Lorain County Community College Foundation Celebrates $5 Million Gift to Establish Eric & Jane Nord STEM Discovery Institute

In a momentous conclusion to Lorain County Community College’s 60th anniversary celebrations, The Eric & Jane Nord Family Fund announced a transformative $5 million gift to the LCCC Foundation. This generous donation will fund the creation of the Eric & Jane Nord STEM Discovery Institute, aimed at preparing future generations for high-demand STEM careers through immersive career exploration experiences, robust ... Read More »

Senator Manning Announces Millions for District Projects

Multi-Million Dollar Investment Represents First Phase of Capital Budget Process State Senator Nathan Manning (R-North Ridgeville) announced the investment of millions of dollars from the One-Time Strategic Community Investment Fund (OTSCIF) to support meaningful projects that will benefit local communities and residents for years to come. “I am thrilled with the support that Lorain and Huron counties received through this one-time fund,” Manning said. “This ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Veterans Memorial Remembers Local Residents

North Ridgeville residents observed Memorial Day with the unveiling and dedication of the new North Ridgeville Veterans Memorial. Hundreds participated in the day that began with a parade from the high school to the new Veterans Memorial on the corner of Bainbridge Road and State Route 83. The new memorial features a walk-around fountain with large plaques in memory of ... Read More »

How it Started….How it’s Going Friendship Edition

North Ridgeville Schools asked the Class of ‘24 to show everyone “how it started and how it’s going: Friendship Edition”.  Each of the participants were given a Free Scoop coupon from NR Culver’s. Vinnie Farago and friends won a gift basket of candy and gift cards. “Thanks to all for participating!” Congratulations Class of ’24! Read More »

Act of Kindness

Sometimes a small act of kindness can have the biggest impact. NRCS student, Mason O., used that act to help comfort Euclid Police officers after the loss of one of their own. Here’s the story from North Ridgeville schools: “There are so many special things about being part of the North Ridgeville Schools community, but it begins and ends with ... Read More »

Georgia, On My Mind: Whole World of Possibilities

Monthly thoughts from Councilwoman at Large Georgia Awig School may be out for the young ones but “school is never out for the pro”! Also one is never too old to learn something new. It may be harder to learn new things as you get older as our eyes, ears, and other parts of our body do not function as ... Read More »

NRAC’s Builders Club Helps Those in Need in Lorain County

NRAC’s Builders Club teamed up with Neighborhood Alliance during Kindness week to collect supplies for those in need in Lorain County. They collected items from all grade levels. These items included toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, water bottles, blankets, socks, gloves, and hats. They were able to fill 118 backpacks full of these items and gave them to Neighborhood Alliance ... Read More »

McDonald’s Northeast Ohio 50k Round-Up Recognition

The North Ridgeville McDonald’s, owned by Jason Payne, had the Round Up for RMHC transaction that pushed this month’s Round Up total to over $50,000! Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio (RMHC NEO) celebrated the moment with Jason Payne, Joe Mulheren, Stephanie DiDonato, Paige Haytas and Jennifer Winters. Round-Up for RMHC® is quickly becoming the leading source of support ... Read More »

Ridgeville Students ‘Flip the Script!’

In an exciting twist on the traditional Amazing Shake competition, the LCCC Ridge Campus hosted the innovative “Flip the Script” event last month. Designed to test and enhance essential interpersonal skills, the event invited parents and community members to step into the spotlight while answering interview questions, holding meaningful conversations, and advocating for themselves. For the last three years, all ... Read More »