Wednesday , 28 September 2022

Daily Wire

Georgia Awig: “Thank You North Ridgeville”

I would like to thank everyone who voted in the May primary election. I appreciate those who supported me so that my name can be placed on the ballot for the November general election. Since every vote counts and can make a difference in the outcome of the election, I would encourage you to vote. The general election will be ... Read More »

Nicholas Bogner Earns Funeral Director License

The Bogner family and staff at Bogner Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services are available at any time to assist you and your family. We are here to walk with you and to provide help and guidance so that the services may be a healing experience. For over 58 years the Bogner Family has proudly served the needs of our ... Read More »

Lorain Public Library System Upcoming Events

Story Stop on Facebook Live – Mondays, June 7, 14, 21, 28; 10:30 to 11 a.m. • Tuesdays, May 25; June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; 6:30 to 7 p.m. – Enjoy stories, songs, and activities from the comfort of your own home. Our songs may feature shaky eggs, rhythm sticks, or scarves. There’s a lot of things around your ... Read More »

North Ridgeville High School Principal Tom Szendrey Resigns

The North Ridgeville City Schools Board of Education has accepted the resignation of high school Principal Tom Szendrey. He has been the North Ridgeville High School principal since August 1, 2013. Mr. Szendrey will become the Director of Analytics and Strategic Initiatives with the Educational Service Center of Hamilton County. “I’ve enjoyed these years serving the students, families, and staff ... Read More »

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 »