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Past articles by Justin:

Painesville to host shop and stroll for local business support

The City of Painesville will continue with the annual Holiday Shop and Stroll with coronavirus protocol in mind to support local businesses. Economic Development Director Cathy Bieterman said the event → Read More

Two Riverside local schools to switch to remote learning

To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Riverside School District has chosen to switch LaMuth Middle School and Riverside High School to remote learning. → Read More

Perry AMVETS Post 1971 holds annual Veterans Day ceremony

Against the southeast wall inside Perry AMVETS Post 1971 at 4128 Main St. sat a table with a red, white and blue tablecloth. On that tablecloth were displayed tealight candles → Read More

Two Painesville City Schools to switch to remote learning

In response to rising cases of the novel coronavirus pandemic in the school district, Painesville City Schools, have decided to switch Heritage Middle School and Harvey High School to remote → Read More

Painesville Township trustees considering app for coronavirus updates

Painesville Township trustees are considering using CARES Act funding to generate a COVID-19 emergency application. → Read More

Painesville Township trustees cancel annual children's Christmas party

Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Painesville Township trustees have decided to cancel this year’s Children’s Christmas Party originally scheduled for Dec. 12. → Read More

Painesville City Manager Monica Irelan to resign

Painesville City Manager Monica Irelan has announced her resignation. → Read More

Ohio couple walk state for police and veteran support

In the grocery store, Conrad Allen heard someone call his name. → Read More

Rodewald Manufacturing leases part of Painesville space to Tartan Yachts, Strength Safe

In 2018, Jack Rodewald and Anton Wingren went into business together and purchased the former Coe Manufacturing property at 608 Bank St. in Painesville to begin their fabrication company. → Read More

Painesville approves continuation of Bank Street project

Painesville City Council has approved moving forward with the Bank Street project — replacing a portion of a retaining wall. → Read More

2020 Election: Wickliffe City Council Ward 2 position won by Randy Gerhardstein

Randy Gerhardstein is the new Wickliffe City Councilman for Ward 2. → Read More

Election 2020: Leroy Township voters reject road levy, approve fire levy

Voters rejected the Leroy Township road levy failed by a 1,045-to-982 vote, according to unofficial final results from the Lake County Elections Board. → Read More

Business relationship leads to new family hearing business

In high school, Amanda Barbur started working for MaryAnn’s Family Hearing in Painesville Township. → Read More

Toastmasters of Wickliffe adjusts to coronavirus

An organization previously known as a restricted club called The Miner Road Speakeasy, in January changed the name to the Toastmasters of Wickliffe, a branch of the international club of → Read More

Water Extraction Team in Fairport Harbor disinfects Painesville Township Fire Department after coronavirus case

Water Extraction Team, or WET, in Fairport Harbor generally specializes in water removal and structural drying to repair water damage. → Read More

NCAA's Diversity and Inclusion Week one way Lake Erie College community coming together

Lake Erie College student-athletes have previously participated in the NCAA’s Diversity and Inclusion Week. → Read More

Omar Parker returns to Painesville to help in community

At 31 years old, Bishop Gerard Mirbel came to America from Haiti. → Read More

F.A.T.S. to host feed a first responder fundraiser for Ashton Staton

In conjunction with First Responder’s Day on Oct. 28, a fundraiser is being held for Ashton Staton, a LaMuth Middle School boy who has been in a coma for over → Read More

Riverside Schools to offer free meals for remainder of school year

As approved by the USDA, Riverside Local Schools will now offer free breakfast and lunches to all students for the remainder of the school year. The original plan was to → Read More

Painesville considering zoning change to allow business parks

The City of Painesville is considering a proposed text amendment to create a conditional use option in the B-2 General Business District. The proposed amendment was brought to the attention → Read More