Friday , 2 December 2022

Daily Wire

North Ridgeville City Schools Have Critical Levy on March 17 Ballot

By: Dave Grendzynski The North Ridgeville City Schools needs help, but it won’t cost taxpayers extra money. District leaders are seeking support for Issue 13 when voters go to the polls on March 17.  The money generated from Issue 13 will be used to cover 40 percent of the schools’ operating costs- without increasing taxes. Issue 13 is a substitute ... Read More »

LCCC Wins National Honor for Improving Student Success

  On Feb. 18, Achieving the Dream (ATD) awarded Lorain County Community College (LCCC) the Leah Meyer Austin Award. ATD’s national prize is reserved for network colleges that show greatest, sustained improvements in student outcomes and student success.   “The Leah Meyer Austin award represents a decade long strategic priority this college has made to not only ensure access for all ... Read More »

Center Ridge Road Widening Committee

As North Ridgeville moves forward with the extended Center Ridge widening project, it is our duty as the Chamber of Commerce to ensure that the businesses throughout the city are maintaining customer flow throughout the duration of the project. I would like to invite anyone who would like to support our fellow businesses to be an active member of the ... Read More »

Senior Center Events

Men’s Breakfast Schedule – It’s a wonderful morning of friendship at our Men’s Breakfast. If you are 55 or older, join us at 9 AM for a hot entree, fruit cup, coffee and juice for $3. It’s a fun-filled morning of good food, fellowship and a wonderful speaker or entertainment. Reservations please by calling (440) 353-0828 by 10 AM Wednesday ... Read More »

Girl Scout Silver Award Project

The highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn is the Silver Award. Scouts focus on a project which has meaning to them which will benefit their community. Rose Saxon-Housum of North Ridgeville Girl Scout Troup 50603 is an 8th grader at the N. Ridgeville Academic Center who has an A average in her classes while taking honors classes at ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Heart & Sole Walk Indoors for Free

North Ridgeville Heart & Sole invites you to stay active this winter by walking indoors. Liberty Elementary School, 5700 Jaycox Road, will be open for indoor walking 6:00-7:30 PM on the following dates:   January 9, 16, 23 and 30; February 6, 13 and 20; March 5, 12, 19 and 26. All ages are welcome to participate. Come to any walk ... Read More »

Danbury Senior Living: An Exciting Offer for New Residents

We want YOU to be a valued member of Danbury’s Arbor Club! This membership is an exclusive offer to our first 25 residents that move into our brand new North Ridgeville location. Upon reserving your spacious apartment with us, you will be able to enjoy the following Arbor Club membership benefits: Our new members will enjoy a moving allowance up ... Read More »

Replacement of Mills Road Bridge Over French Creek, Spring 2021

The City of North Ridgeville obtained a grant through the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Municipal Bridge Program to provide federal funding for a major portion of the costs to replace the Mills Road bridge over French Creek. The bridge is located on Mills Road midway between Westminister Avenue and Greenwich Avenue. The replacement is necessary due to the serious condition ... Read More »

Three Levy Renewal Issues March 17, 2020

The City of North Ridgeville will have three levy RENEWAL issues of existing taxes on the primary election ballot to be held March 17, 2020. Briefly highlighted below you will find more information on each issue to make an informed decision at the polls. Issue #5: Police Levy – renewal of an existing 1.95-mill tax levy for the purpose of ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Chamber Endorses Ballot Issues

The North Ridgeville Chamber of Commerce has voted unanimously to endorse the following levies for March 2020: – North Ridgeville Schools March 2020 Substitute Tax Levy (Issue 13), – The LCCC 10 year expiring Tax Levy (Issue 17) – And the city of North Ridgeville’s Renewal Issues 5, 6, 7 for the police, fire, roads and bridges. State of the ... Read More »