Renee Borcas, The News-Herald

Renee Borcas

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Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Renee:

Justice returns after territory feud between eagles in Eastlake

A tumultuous mating and nesting season for Kindness and Justice, the pair of eagles at Bruce Lee Park in Eastlake, has left those who keep updated on the birds wondering → Read More

Geauga County Department on Aging seeks to renew 1-mill senior services levy

Geauga County voters will have the opportunity to renew a 1-mill levy for the Geauga County Department on Aging during the primary election on March 17. → Read More

Geauga County Job & Family Services looks to pass 0.5-mill renewal levy

On March 17 Geauga County voters will decide whether to renew a 0.5-mill child services levy for the Department of Job & Family Services. → Read More

Slowey Insurance Agency serves Lake County customers for 75 years

Those who pass Slowey Insurance Agency in Mentor may not take too much notice of the brick building as they drive down Center Street. → Read More

Potholes continue to pose annual hazard to Lake County drivers

Potholes regularly start showing up throughout Northeast Ohio roads during the colder months. → Read More

Lake County therapy dog featured as Good Morning America’s Pet of the Week

Two-year-old bernedoodle Finnigan had an opportunity to step into the spotlight last week when he was invited onto Good Morning America to be honored as their Pet of the Week. → Read More

Willoughby Hills officials explore reinstating senior assistance program

Willoughby Hills officials are looking into reinstating the once suspended Willoughby Hills Isolated Senior Program for Everyday Relief, also known as W.H.I.S.P.E.R. → Read More

Willoughby’s My Mindful Market working to make healthy snacking delicious

For My Mindful Market, a recently opened healthy snack destination in Downtown Willoughby, less is more when it comes to ingredients. → Read More

Willoughby-Eastlake high school job fair to connect students with employers

Business owners in need of employees might be able to find their next hire at the job fairs in April in Eastlake North High School and Willoughby South High School. → Read More

Willoughby Hills considers changes to yard waste program

Willoughby Hills officials are considering a change in the city’s yard waste program. → Read More

Willoughby Hills appoints law director and assistant law directors

Willoughby Hills City Council has voted to appoint a new law director, as well as two assistant law directors. → Read More

Russell Township Citizens' Park District looks to pass levy to purchase property

The Russell Township Citizens’ Park District is looking to pass a levy for 1 additional mill to support the purchase of land. → Read More

Willoughby ArtsFest now accepting applications for artists, musicians and food vendors

The Willoughby ArtsFest is still a few months out from its annual festivities, but now is the time for artists, food vendors and musicians to begin filling out applications to → Read More

Parkman Township Fire seeks levy to staff department 24/7

Parkman Fire and Rescue is asking voters to approve a 5-mill continuous levy to enable it to transition into a 24/7 staffed department. → Read More

Daniel Knecht to fill Willoughby Hills City Council seat

The members of Willoughby Hills City Council have voted to recommend Dan Knecht fill the Council at-Large position. → Read More

Cleveland Browns mascot Swagger to be honored at DeJohn Pet Services memorial

DeJohn Pet Services will remember the life of former Cleveland Browns live mascot Swagger at a memorial service on Feb. 22. → Read More

Eastlake group keeping eagle eye out for eggs

Daily visitors to Eastlake’s Bruce Yee Park have been keeping their eyes peeled for a sign that nesting bald eagles Kindness and Justice are protecting an egg. → Read More

Geauga County: Great Backyard Bird Count calls citizen scientists to action

Over Valentine’s Day weekend people all over the world stepped into nature and got to know their local birds. → Read More

Geauga County: Girl Scouts build cranes, earn badge all in one day

The weekend’s cold weather couldn’t keep several Girl Scout troops from coming together on Feb. 15 to earn a Junior Crane Design Challenge Badge. → Read More

Western Lake County mayors come together for State of the City presentations

On Feb. 13 six western Lake County mayors shared the ongoings of their cities at the annual State of the Cities Breakfast. → Read More