Wednesday , 12 May 2021

Daily Wire

O’Neill Healthcare Celebrates Caregivers and Earth Day

Last week O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville celebrated Tammy and Belinda on their 30th work anniversary. “Despite the rain, we’re all sunshine over here! Today, we celebrated Tammy and Belinda on their 30th work anniversary. You ladies rock, thank you for everything!!” O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville also shared the importance of Earth Day. “For Earth Day, we learned about the importance ... Read More »

The Expression of an Idea Dictates the Medium Artists Use, Says LCCC Digital Arts Professor Gregory Little

He has “Tiny Quantum Dream Series” Showing in Virtual New York Exhibition Gregory Little, LCCC associate professor of digital arts, says the question of “what medium do you work in?” is a complicated one for him. “I work in an unusually wide variety of mediums and for me the choice of medium is conditioned by the idea,” Little says. The ... Read More »

It’s Cookout Season!

The Three Amigos celebrated Spring with their first Rib Burn Off of the year on Sunday, April 11 at North Ridgeville Convenient Sunoco at Barton and Center Ridge Roads. Stay tuned for upcoming cookouts at this mecca for great food! Everything from ribs to chicken with salads and a roll. Yum! Visit North Ridgeville Convenient Sunoco’s Facebook page for updates: ... Read More »

Spring is Here and the Danbury Senior Living is in Bloom

This Spring season, you or your loved one may feel it is time to start thinking about moving into a senior living community. If that is the case and are ready for fresh start, then check out Danbury Senior Living in North Ridgeville. North Ridgeville Danbury takes pride in providing a safe, comfortable and enjoyable home for all of their ... Read More »

Local Taskforce Tackles Youth Vaping in Lorain County

The Lorain County Vaping Task Force is working to further investigate youth vaping in the county. The goal of this group is to prevent youth tobacco use, to encourage tobacco users to quit, and to reduce harm around tobacco. Vapes and e-cigarettes contain nicotine derived from tobacco, and so the National Youth Tobacco Survey categorizes use of these products as ... Read More »

Judge Robert White Credits LCCC with his Start

April is Community College Month and Lorain County Community College is celebrating by sharing stories of students and graduates. Learn more at Ruling from the Bench Judge Robert White of the Elyria Municipal Court credits LCCC with an affordable start to his career It was 40 years ago that Robert White came to Lorain County Community College after dropping ... Read More »

Lunch & Learn at O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville

Jason Jacobs, Director of Ancillary Services, passes out lunches on April 28th at O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville.  The company regularly holds Lunch and Learn programs in which local seniors are invited to enjoy a meal and learn about important topics that impact their lives.  Since the pandemic began, O’Neill Healthcare has transitioned to Curbside Lunch and Learn events where guests can ... Read More »

Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts Institute Hosts American Culinary Federation Certifications

Lorain County Community College (LCCC)’s Culinary Arts Institute hosted three world-class chefs during their American Culinary Federation (ACF) certification testing Friday (April 30) morning. The institute was approved as an ACF testing facility for professional chefs in February, solidifying its role as the epicenter for culinary arts and hospitality in Northeastern Ohio. Several of LCCC culinary students will be observing ... Read More »

A Letter to the Community From Georgia Awig

As a patient advocate, Georgia Awig helps patients and their families communicate with their healthcare providers.  This enables them to get the information they need to make decisions about their healthcare.  Because of her involvement in our community, she is also able to  provide  resources for financial, legal, and social support. Graduating from Kent State University in 1972, Georgia has ... Read More »