July 1, 2016

Elyria
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North Ridgeville residents unhappy with Lear-Nagle Road; Gillock assures it’s temporary

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Mayor David Gillock said he’s gotten an earful from some residents miffed over the condition of Lear-Nagle Road as work continues to add a middle turning lane to the two-lane road between Center Ridge and Lorain roads. “To get even a half-dozen comments on an issue like that is several,” Gillock said. Read More…

North Ridgeville contracts out for new building inspector

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The departure of a Building Department inspector who also conducted reviews of proposed commercial developments has led the city to take steps to hire an architect to perform that same work. City Council unanimously approved legislation Monday night to hire Frank Weber of Frank Weber Architect LLC as an outside contractor to Read More…

Super Heroes to Kids to raise funds for summer lunches

Super Heroes to Kids in Ohio isn’t done helping the children of Lorain County. After turning Elyria into a virtual comic book with the help of “Super Kids” — those suffering from adversity — May 7, Super Heroes to Kids in Ohio is on a mission to help feed the hungry. For the second year, Read More…

Police: Man posed as pastor to rob church

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A Medina man posed as a pastor to case a local church and returned later to steal a small safe and money, police said. Robert D. Davis, 50, was arrested and charged with breaking and entering after police located him in Medina County Jail, where he was serving a sentence for a Read More…

The Morning Hit–5/11/16

Welcome back to The Morning Hit, where we talk about what people are talking about online. The web has become the digital equivalent of the office water cooler, and it’s becoming more necessary by the day to stay in the loop. Enough of the pleasantries, let’s hit it. Medicinal marijuana in Ohio? The state of Ohio Read More…

North Ridgeville planners approve project

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The largest job-producing business to come to the city in years got the green light Tuesday night from the Planning Commission, but the project remains unidentified. The commission approved a recommendation for the venture as a whole — rumored to be the relocation of the Riddell football helmet and equipment plant from Read More…

Rules for food trucks on the menu in North Ridgeville

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Food trucks that have become a staple in other towns have yet to make themselves known on city streets in North Ridgeville. But City Council’s Safety Committee is crafting legislation to regulate and license the mobile food-servers in preparation for their arrival. Up to now, most mobile food vendors have served crowds Read More…

North Ridgeville starting memorial tree program

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Starting this fall, residents may purchase one of 11 varieties of trees to beautify city parks while honoring a deceased relative or friend who has died or celebrating a milestone such as a marriage or birthday. The city’s new memorial tree program began this week with information and an application form posted Read More…

The Morning Hit–5/4/16

Welcome back to The Morning Hit, where we talk about what people are talking about online. The web has become the digital equivalent of the office water cooler, and it’s becoming more necessary by the day to stay in the loop. Enough of the pleasantries, let’s hit it. Check out the Valravn! The Valravn is the Read More…

Is Riddell relocating to North Ridgeville?

The limited details released Monday about one of the biggest projects proposed for North Ridgeville in years seem to indicate that Riddell, a manufacturer of football helmets and equipment, is poised to move from Elyria to the former Ridgeview shopping center site. North Ridgeville City Council on Monday heard about an unnamed company wanting to Read More…