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Past articles by Tawana:

Democrat challenging incumbent for Geauga County Auditor

Voters will decide who will become the next Geauga County Auditor in the Nov. 6 General Election. → Read More

3 seek Geauga County commissioner seat

Three candidates will face off for a Geauga County commissioner seat in the Nov. 6 General Election. → Read More

DeJohn Pet Services in Willoughby Hills hosts pet blessing, memorial service

Over a dozen people and a few furry friends gathered at DeJohn Pet Services in Willoughby Hills for a Pet Blessing and Memorial Service. → Read More

Lake County observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month

As a domestic violence survivor herself, Mallory Babika is dedicated to raising awareness about this significant issue that impacts thousands of local individuals and families. → Read More

Wickliffe students interact with state education board member

Educators often say they are lifelong learners. → Read More

Longtime Riverside announcer plays pivotal role at football games

There is one person who everyone at Riverside High School football games can hear, but rarely can see. → Read More

Harvey High School teacher, student featured in Ohio University exhibition

Stephanie Timko, an art teacher at Harvey High School in Painesville, and one of her students, Jasmine Moree, were selected to participate in a juried art show presented by The → Read More

Painesville Township firefighter now certified to double as mechanic

Painesville Township Firefighter Shawn Forster wears many hats. In addition to his firefighting duties, Forster serves as the lead mechanic for the department. → Read More

Norfolk Southern begins running trains over new bridge in Painesville

For over a year, Mentor resident and railfan Brent Lane have closely watched the bridge project in Painesville unfold. → Read More

Painesville Fall School Market distributes free, fresh produce

Over 25,000 adults and children in Lake County struggle with food insecurity, according to the most recent data from Feeding America, a national hunger-relief organization. → Read More

Riverside art students participate in 3rd annual Chalk Fest

About 120 Riverside Campus art students showcased their creativity during the 3rd annual Chalk Fest event on Sept. 27. → Read More

Lake County Silent Witness Project Memorial Ceremony shines light on domestic violence

The Lake County Silent Witness Project at Lakeland Community College was a powerful and sobering reminder of the impact that domestic violence can have on local women. → Read More

Credit unions in Lake, Geauga counties growing

Statistics show that more people are turning to credit unions for financial services. → Read More

Lake Erie College receives a $90,000 grant from Cleveland Foundation Fenn Educational Fund

Lake Erie College has received a major grant that will help fund one of its new programs. → Read More

Painesville-owned parcel might be added to Concord-Painesville JEDD

Painesville City Council must make a decision soon about adding a city-owned parcel to the Concord-Painesville Joint Economic Development District. → Read More

Downtown Painesville Organization planning Farm and Flea

An event that the Downtown Painesville Organization started last year continues to grow. → Read More

Painesville Township asking voters to approve 1.95-mill additional levy

Painesville Township officials are asking voters to support an additional levy in the Nov. 6 election. → Read More

Wickliffe Mayor John Barbish hosts town hall meeting

Residents got a chance to ask questions and speak out about community concerns at a recent town hall meeting at the Wickliffe Community/Senior Center. → Read More

First Church of Christ, Team Evolution United helping Harvey students with homecoming

Homecoming weekend can be an exciting time for high schoolers, but it can also be a stressful time for students who do not have the financial resources to attend the → Read More

Riverside Schools to build memorial for veterans

Former Riverside High School students who served in the military will be honored in a special way. → Read More