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Past articles by Spencer:

Second Harvest Food Bank honors Sheffield-Sheffield Lake City Schools during Generous Helpings

Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio brought back a major fundraiser Sept. 25. Generous Helpings returned as an in-person event for the first time since 2019 at the Second Harvest headqua… → Read More

Friends of the Lorain County Metro Parks hosts annual Fall Harvest Pancake Breakfast at Carlisle Reservation

The Lorain County Metro Parks and Friends of the Metro Parks hosted an annual Fall Harvest pancake breakfast on Sept. 25 at the Visitor Center at Carlisle Reservation in Carlisle Township. “We part… → Read More

Elyria apartment fire damages apartment block in early morning hours

The Elyria Fire Department responded to an early morning fire on Sept. 24 according to a press release from the Elyria Fire Department. The call for the fire came in around 2 o’clock in the morning… → Read More

Benefit for Travis Mills Foundation is Nov. 12 at Lorain Palace Theatre

It all started with a chance encounter while Dave Mortach was on a business trip and he saw Travis Mills, who was a guest speaker at an event during the trip. The rest, as they say, is history. Mor… → Read More

Lorain police officer arrested, charged with domestic violence

An officer has been arrested in connection to what the department calls “an off-duty incident,” according to a news release from the Lorain Police Department. Lorain Police Sgt. Kenneth Zapolski wa… → Read More

Root Beer and Yesteryear looks back on Oberlin’s history as dry town

Many years ago Oberlin was a dry town and with that, they were ahead of the Prohibition Era. Root Beer and Yesteryear looks back on that history. “Oberlin was founded under the principles of a perf… → Read More

Veterans transition home Rose’s Faith is officially open in Lorain – Morning Journal

Veterans transition home Rose’s Faith was opened on Sept. 24 with members of Lorain City Council in attendance and touring the home throughout the afternoon. “It’s very rewarding to be the namesake… → Read More

Elyria Catholic to celebrate 75 years by bringing concerts back to ‘The Coliseum’ – Morning Journal

Elyria Catholic High School is celebrating the 75th anniversary of opening its doors to students by bringing concerts back to “The Coliseum.” The Elyria Catholic Athletic Department is excited to w… → Read More

Milan businessman built his Ohio Tree and Excavating from the ground up

Casey Dellisanti started his Milan business from the ground floor with a Christmas gift — a chainsaw from his father. Years later, Dellisanti said that Ohio Tree and Excavating is going stronger th… → Read More

Lorain man to open Rose’s Faith, a transitional home for veterans

Bruce Mathews Jr. has been looking for a way to help veterans transition into civilian life after honorably protecting the nation. Enter his idea for Rose’s Faith transitional home, which currently… → Read More

Avon: The Hope for B.E.S.T. looks to help mental health awareness

Lori Yeager has sprung into action to help stop the stigma of mental health. Yeager started “The Hope for B.E.S.T.” after she lost one of her triplet brothers Dan Best to suicide in 2018. “The firs… → Read More

Full Court Faith basketball league in Avon focuses on competition and faith

The French Creek YMCA and the Friendship of Christian Athletes have joined forces on a competitive basketball league. The groups also partnered with the Jr. Cavs on this venture to create the Full … → Read More

Murray Ridge Center and Your Turn Consignment announce fundraiser

Murray Ridge Center in Elyria and Your Turn Consignment have announced a fundraiser from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 to benefit the Murray Ridge Center, which also is known as the Lorain County Board for De… → Read More

Lake Ridge Academy kicks off Year of Service across Lorain County

Lake Ridge Academy’s annual Year of Service Kick Off Day program Sept. 14 has helped several different communities throughout Lorain County. “We have several projects that we do for different parts… → Read More

Italian American Veterans Italian Festival in Lorain to honor local business, charter member

The Italian American Veterans Post No. 1 will have its annual Festa Italiana from noon to 6 p.m., Sept. 17, at its headquarters located 4567 Oberlin Ave. in Lorain. The honorees this year are Lorai… → Read More

Sheffield Village OKs plans for distribution facility at French Creek Business Park

Plans to turn a vacant property into a distribution center in the French Creek Business Park were approved unanimously Sept. 12 by Sheffield Village Council. After the vote, Mayor John Hunter said … → Read More

North Coast Rotary Club’s Great Pizza Bake Off set for Sept. 22 at Avon Lake High School

Avon Lake High School, 175 Avon Belden Road, will host North Coast Rotary Club and Foundation’s Great Pizza Bake Off from 5-7 p.m., Sept. 22. “Proceeds support our youth scholarships, essay contest… → Read More

Lorain County Connect to a Cause returns for year three

Last year, the Community Foundation of Lorain County presented its Connect to a Cause and raised over $250,000 for several Lorain County nonprofits. This year, the crowdfunding campaign returns Sep… → Read More

Lorain comedian David Morales to host show at Palace Theatre

David Morales of Lorain has been hard at work for the better part of a decade creating and producing comedy shows. As the years have passed, locally, his shows have gradually gained popularity and … → Read More

Distribution facility could be coming to French Creek Business Park in Sheffield Village

Plans to turn vacant property into a distribution center in the French Creek Business Park, likely could have a final vote at the next Sheffield Village Council meeting Sept. 12. According to Sheff… → Read More