Friday , 2 December 2022


One Vision, One North Ridgeville

The City of North Ridgeville and North Ridgeville City Schools have partnered to address long-standing needs in our community. This November, two issues will appear on the ballot for consideration by voters: Issue 6. A bond issue to fund a new high school, an elementary school, dedicated space for Ranger High Tech Academy, a performing arts center and a transportation ... Read More »

47th Annual North Ridgeville Corn Festival

The 2022 North Ridgeville Corn Fest promises to bring plenty of fun to the community over the weekend of Aug. 12-14. “We’re excited about presenting the 47th festival this year and we are looking forward to seeing many smiling faces. Plus we are hoping for great weather. Unfortunately we will not have amusement rides due to worker shortage with the ... Read More »

Board of Education Votes to Place Bond on Ballot

On August 2, 2022, the North Ridgeville City Schools Board of Education approved the submission of the school improvement bonds to the electors of the district that will fund the building of a new elementary school, a new high school, designated space for Ranger High-Tech Academy, a performing arts center, and a maintenance and transportation facility. NRCS is also collaborating ... Read More »

Say Hello to Steve Esber, North Ridgeville’s Blueberry Man!

North Ridgeville’s Esber U Pick Blueberry Farms Steve is well known to many as head custodian for North Ridgeville Schools. He is also proprietor of Esbers Farm & Market at 7168 Case Road (just north of Center Ridge) in North Ridgeville. Esbers Farms U Pick Blueberry Season is in full swing and Steve has been busy welcoming families for the ... Read More »

Congratulations Class of 2022!

Graduation night at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center was an exciting time for students, their families, and the staff of the North Ridgeville High Class of 2022 who helped our students become successful! Congratulations to all! Read More »

Navy Veteran Veronica Payne Finds Her Creativity in LCCC’s Culinary Arts Program

By Leigh Keeton Veronica Payne has had a lot of life experiences since graduating high school. She joined the United States Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps while still attending Elyria High School and then enlisted in the United States Navy during her senior year. Two weeks after graduation Payne left for bootcamp and then spent four years sailing the world. ... Read More »

City, Schools Facilities Plan Will Transform Community

A Vision for North Ridgeville… On Monday, May 9, at a joint meeting with the North Ridgeville Board of Education and the City of North Ridgeville, an agreement was announced to collaborate on a facilities project. The project consists of the construction of a new high school, elementary school, dedicated space for Ranger High-Tech Academy, and a community center that ... Read More »