October 2, 2014

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Rescued dog has terminal cancer

Herbie the pit bull has survived atrocious abuse. He is not expected to live through February, but at least he will spend his final days in good care. When Lorain Officer Richard Broz found the dog emaciated and nearly dead on a street in early December, the dog was about 50 pounds underweight, his ribs Read More…

Lorain County Obama supporters marking four more years

Residents of Lorain County are gearing up to celebrate President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on Monday, both in Washington, D.C., and at home. For Lorain resident Jeanine Donaldson, visiting Washington for the inauguration is mainly about being a part of history. Donaldson saw Obama’s first inauguration four years ago and is eager to attend again Read More…

Elyria students to test out the working world

Eligible seniors at Elyria High School are getting a new opportunity for hands-on experience in the world of work, thanks to the school’s first Senior Project Program. Over the course of three weeks in May and June, participating seniors will spend 75 hours interning in a field of their choice.  Advised by a high school Read More…

Flu season hitting hard and early

Flu season in the U.S. has arrived early and has hit patients hard this year, and Ohio is no exception. Ohio and 30 other states have been experiencing widespread influenza activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During the week of Dec. 16, 329 flu-related hospitalizations occurred in the state, while nine Read More…