December 19, 2014

Elyria
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Vandemark Jewelers is is ready for the holiday season

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Vandemark Jewelers is so excited about the upcoming holiday season. Our fall merchandise is arriving daily! We concentrated on purchasing items with great value this year, so we can pass on the savings on to you, our customers. With gold at record high prices, it has been a different year in the jewelry business. Jim Read More…

Enjoy the tasty treats from Bread-N-Brew in Elyria

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The Bread-N-Brew is operating the Lorain County Diner, located in the lower level of the Lorain County Administration building on Middle Ave. in Downtown Elyria. We serve the same great menu as our Wellington located and service the county employees, as well as the general public. Come on in and enjoy our friendly atmosphere and Read More…

Elyria resident ‘Shred Day’

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The next shred day for Elyria residents will be Saturday, October 24, 2009 from 9:00 AM to noon behind City Hall. Residents of Elyria may bring up to six boxes or bags of personal documents they wish to have shredded. Help fight identity theft! The drive-thru process makes it quick & easy, you don’t even Read More…

Shane Furniture provides guidance for customers

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Julius Schonhuitt, best known as “Mr. Shane”, says, “Customer’s needs must be taken into consideration. Some want to make a change in their present décor, others are just starting out.” he illustrated. “Fitting needs to a budget as well as to the precise room or rooms is important. The size, layout and use of the Read More…

Elyria autumn leaf collection…

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Each year from mid-October through mid-December, the City of Elyria conducts a leaf collection program. Residents are asked to rake leaves to the curb in piles or wind-rows, as closely to the curb as possible, but not in the street. No brush, twigs or other material should be mixed with the leaves as these tend Read More…

Winter programs with Elyria Parks & Rec…

LEARN TO SKATE Lessons will take place once a week for six weeks. Registration fee is $45.00 for Sessions I & II, Session III—$22.00. Non-resident add $5.00. A $5.00 Late fee will be added if registered the day classes begin or later. Session I: Nov. 2 to Dec 8 (No Class 11/26) Thursday lessons end Read More…

Elyria Schools – Ripe with opportunities

Elyria Kindergarten Village students gather with their teacher, Kathy Petersen, on the alphabet rug in their classroom. The alphabet rug is where kindergarteners come together for storytime and other classroom group activities.

Urban school districts like Elyria Schools may have their challenges – socioeconomic issues, dwindling enrollment and others – but they only heighten this district’s dedication to serving each and every child, no matter what the circumstances. One of Ohio’s 21 urban school districts, Elyria City Schools boast a diverse student population whose demographics open up Read More…

Main Street Elyria invites you to….

The Kiwanis Halloween Parade on October 25. Line up begins at 2:00 in front of Suzin L’s and the parade will begin at 2:30. Cider and doughnuts after the parade provide by Kiwanis Club. Main Street Elyria Festival of Lights will happen on December 6, in Ely Square from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Children Read More…

Enjoy an evening of fine dining in the heart of Elyria at Moss’

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An Elyria landmark for nearly 60 years, Moss’ Prime Rib & Spaghetti House invites you to an evening of excellent cuisine and casual elegance. The tradition of serving fine food for generations continues at a new location with the new owner, Sandi Laubenthal. Enjoy Moss’ famous “9 ½” hour slow-roasted prime rib along with the Read More…

Coiffures by Francesca celebrates 25 years

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Francesca Gentile migrated from Italy to the United States in 1973, after marrying her husband Joe Gentile. Always having a passion for the beauty industry, she decided to pursue her dream by attending the Elyria Academy of Cosmetology in 1977. After graduating in 1978, she began her career as a stylist at Coiffures, Inc. In Read More…