April 26, 2015


Digging history: Students from Elyria, Lorain experience archaeological excavation

Students from the Early College program at Lorain County Community College dig out a section at the dig site on Johnson's Island the home of a former prison camp that held Confederate soldiers. BRUCE BISHOP/CHRONICLE

MARBLEHEAD — Educators admit it’s tough to capture the attention of today’s technology-engaged youth, but the high school freshmen who spent the day Tuesday on Johnson’s Island really dug it. Ninth-graders from Elyria and Lorain enrolled in the Early College High School program at Lorain County Community College spent the day digging in the dirt Read More…

LCCC breaks ground on technology center

ELYRIA — There were no ceremonial shovels or politicians turning over scoops of dirt Friday when Lorain County Community College broke ground Friday on the new Richard Desich SMART Commercialization Center for Microsystems. College President Roy Church instead stood at a podium while a bulldozer moved the first mounds of dirt. “If you want to Read More…

Memorial route for fallen officer set

ELYRIA – The route for the funeral procession that will carry slain Elyria police Officer James Kerstetter’s to his final resting place Saturday has been set. The funeral is set to begin at 10 a.m. and will be followed by a memorial route from Lorain County Community College, where the funeral is being held, to Read More…