Friday , 2 December 2022

Daily Wire

North Ridgeville Historical Society

Arti-FACT North Ridgeville Historical Society member, Karen, is showing an unusual item we have at the museum. What do you think it was used for? This is an ice saw for cutting blocks of ice from a frozen pond, or creek. Having cold food was a lot of work in the old days. Ice was typically harvested in the months ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Schools Ranger Round-Up

Message from NRCS Superintendent – January 7, 2022 Dear NRCS Families, Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a safe and enjoyable holiday season and took time to relax. As we transition into 2022, you will notice a few changes in the district. On January 4, 2022, at the Board of Education meeting, Mr. Jeff Grigsby was ... Read More »

Photo of the Month: What Kindness Looks Like….

“This…This is what kindness looks like. Everyday that my son is outside when our mail comes, our carrier stops, gives him the mail, and chats with him. She probably doesn’t realize today is World Disability Day, but I do. I don’t know her name, but zoom in, look at that genuine smile. I just wanted to say thank you, your ... Read More »

Sharing Christmas

Sharing Christmas is a charitable volunteer program founded by Donna McKinney to deliver hot meals on Christmas Day to the needy. Last year, they delivered 675 meals and they are looking for volunteer drivers again this year. They are using Fields UMC as headquarters for packaging and delivering meals. Can you help deliver meals on Christmas Day? Please phone 440 ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Upcoming Events

Santa’s Calling The North Ridgeville Lions Club is assisting Mr. & Mrs. Claus this holiday season by providing them with a direct phone line into our community. Parents who would like their children to receive a phone call from Santa must register online or at the Parks and Recreation office. Since this is the busiest time of the year for ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Schools Ranger Round-Up

Congratulations to students A.J. Ashburn, Gianna Longo, Jasmine Sahay, and Samuel Janning, who represented NRHS as Choral Scholars in the West Shore Chorale performance last night! They rehearsed for over 20 hours with the chorale to prepare for the concert. Incredibly proud of our @NRHSChoirs alumni Tyler Milicic (‘20), Kosta Tsantes (‘19), and Randy Wysocky (‘18), who performed with the ... Read More »

Natalie Antonio Named Ms. Agriculture USA Queen

Natalie Antonio of Medina, Ohio was recently named the 2022 Lorain County Ms Agriculture USA Queen. Miss Agriculture USA is a national nonprofit organization that focuses on positively promoting agriculture featuring queens of all ages that promote, celebrate and educate about all the diverse aspects of agriculture. Natalie is the daughter of Julie Zavesky of Medina, Ohio. She graduated from ... Read More »

Holiday on the Ridge 2021

Citywide Event Helps to Ring in the Holiday Season Holiday on the Ridge 2021 was a hit last Saturday! The annual tour of North Ridgeville businesses was back, bigger and better than ever this year as Marjorie Snyder and the North Ridgeville Chamber of Commerce hosted an event for the books. Where did all the people come from? Was it ... Read More »