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Soup for the Spirit Supports North Ridgeville Community Care

In this difficult time for so many North Ridgeville Community Care needs your help now more than ever! Please consider sponsoring our Soup for the Spirit fundraiser, buying a ticket, or participating in the auction. We have lots of great items to bid on! I would greatly appreciate your support. Go to our website for all of the updated information about the fundraiser: www.nrcommcare.org/ Read More »

Mayor Corcoran: All About Roundabouts

Mayor Kevin Corcoran reports that the roundabout project for Alt. 83 and Chestnut Ridge  (where Rt. 10 exits into Chestnut) has won approval and should start this spring. Bids have come in lower than expected. The proposed Mills and Lear roundabout has not received funding. So Mayor Corcoran is working with Mayor Jensen of Avon to find a way forward ... Read More »

Lorain County Public Health, University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center and Mercy Health-Lorain work together to vaccinate against COVID-19

Local hospitals are working in collaboration with Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) to distribute COVID-19 vaccinations efficiently and effectively. Both Mercy Health – Lorain and University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center are part of this coordinated effort to receive and administer vaccines. When these hospitals receive COVID-19 vaccines designated for members of the public, they allocate those vaccines to Lorain County ... Read More »

Lorain County Commissioners Approve Creation of Covid Emergency Rental Fund

Lorain County Commissioners Hung, Moore & Lundy have approved the creation of the COVID Emergency Rental Assistance Fund. Lorain County has received $9,248,858.50 to assist households that are unable to pay rent and utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will be administered through Lorain County Job and Family Services. Director Tim Carrion will give a presentation at our ... Read More »

Lorain County Public Health vaccinates 1,915 people ages 80+ against COVID-19

On Saturday, Jan. 23, Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) vaccinated 1,915 people ages 80+ against COVID-19. LCPH vaccinated at one walk-in and two drive-thru locations throughout Lorain County. These clinics were closed to people under age 80 in order to follow Ohio’s plan to prioritize people most likely to get very sick or hospitalized from COVID-19. “We love to see this positive outpouring of ... Read More »

Bryan Morgan Takes Helm as Head Ridgeville Football Coach

On January 19, 2021, Bryan Morgan became the new North Ridgeville High School head varsity football coach after Board of Education approval. Morgan replaces Luke Durbin who stepped down in November 2020 after coaching for seven years. “I am very excited for this new chapter in my coaching career. This will give me an opportunity to have an impact on ... Read More »

“The Health, Safety and Welfare of our Residents is My Top Priority…” – Lorain County Commissioner Michelle Hung

Newly elected County Commissioner Michelle Hung took her oath of office in the chambers of Elyria Municipal Court Judge Robert White the afternoon of December 29. In a letter to the community, Commissioner Hung promises to work with fellow elected officials in the best interest of the residents of Lorain County. Here is her letter: Dear Residents, I would like ... Read More »

Two LCCC Students Awarded NASA/Ohio Space Grant Consortium Scholarships

Two Lorain County Community College micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) program students have been awarded $1,000 scholarships from the NASA/Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) Community College Scholarship program. The students – Ryan Palmer of Sheffield Village and Emily Williams of Grafton – are both working on their associate degree and plan to continue on to earn the applied bachelor’s degree in ... Read More »