Monday , 29 November 2021

Daily Wire

Help NAMI Lorain County to Support our Neighbors this Holiday Season

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Lorain County is asking your help to support neighbors this holiday season. Visit NAMI Lorain County Facebook for more information. Gathering Hope House Join with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Lorain County in donating items to Gathering Hope House for the homeless and those with mental illness. Donations can be dropped off at ... Read More »

Demario McCall: The Buckeye Connection

Demario McCall, a 2016 NRHS grad and a junior on the Ohio State football team, lodged the biggest game of his collegiate career two weeks ago as the Buckeyes blew out Maryland, 73-14. McCall saw considerable playing time and scored two TDs a pair of second-half scores on seven carries for 78 yards. Demario entered his fourth year with the ... Read More »

Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

South Central Park Gazebo, December 7, 5 p.m. Join Mayor Gillock, the high school choir and area scouts in the annual decorating and lighting of the gazebo and Christmas tree during Holiday on the Ridge. Help us and Community Care spread the spirit of Christmas to those less fortunate by bringing nonperishable food and new, unopened toys to the donation ... Read More »

NRAC Art Teacher Recognized at State Conference

North Ridgeville Academic Center 5-8 visual and digital art teacher Kathy Stalker-Bailey was recognized as an Outstanding Art Teacher in the Northeast Region at the Ohio Art Education Association Conference held in Columbus November 14-15. Bailey was nominated for the award by a former colleague, Georgann Blair. Blair mentioned many of Stalker-Bailey’s accolades but pinpointed the continuous innovation that she ... Read More »

‘I Learned How to Be Curious….”

Scott Vollmer, Vice President of STEM Learning at the Great Lakes Science Center, shared a fascinating message with the North Ridgeville Chamber of Commerce at its monthly luncheon, held last Thursday at Red Tail Golf Club. “I learned how to be curious,” said Vollmer of the career mindset he formed in shaping his professional life. In the audience were NR ... Read More »

June Yost: A Legacy of Care

When June Yost retires at the end of the month, only God will know how many hundreds and even thousands of lives she has touched in her 31-years as Director of North Ridgeville Community Care. Since 1989, when June was asked by community clergy to expand the role she had accepted to assist with drop-out prevention among middle-schoolers, June has ... Read More »

So Long, Barbara Mamrak…..

“Who else can say that for over 4 decades they put smiles on the faces of their customers with their delicious creations? Barbara, the owner of North Ridgeville’s staple, Becker’s Donuts could. I’m sure that many of us have special memories of opening that white box after church on Sundays, treating coworkers on a Friday morning or maybe just sitting ... Read More »

Veterans Day Events at North Ridgeville Academic Center

To celebrate Veterans Day and pay our respect to our veterans, Nicole Roth, North Ridgeville Academic Center school counselor, organized three events to educate students on the sacrifice, service and impact of our veterans. On Friday, November 8, NRAC 8th graders hosted members of the Veterans Mural Wall in Amherst, Ohio. Mr. John Sekletar and Mrs. Barb Smith spoke about ... Read More »

North Ridgeville City News

City Hall Offices Closed, Nov. 28 & 29 City Hall Offices will be closed November 28 & 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.  Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! Special Leaf Collection, Oct. 29-Nov. 26. Leaves may be placed at the curb in plastic bags beginning October 29 through November 26 on regular trash pick-up day.  After November ... Read More »