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Past articles by Darryl:

Lorain Community Music Theater announces auditions for ‘GODSPELL, 2012 Revised Version’ – Morning Journal

Actors are wanted. Auditions for “GODSPELL, 2012 Revised Version” will take place from 6-8 p.m., April 13, and from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Apr. 15, at St. Peter School, 3655 Oberlin Av… → Read More

Apex Dermatology physician assistant appointed to the American Academy of Physician Associates House of Delegates

Apex Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center, 5940 Oak Point Road in Lorain, has announced the appointment of physician assistant Margaret (Maggie) McKernan, by the Society of Dermatology Physicians As… → Read More

Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley announces reelection bid

Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley announced Jan. 1 that he is running for reelection to finish the job he started four years ago when voters elected him as the city’s top elected official. Bradley ma… → Read More

Ohio announces $2M in tax credit for historic downtown Elyria project

The Dixon and Robinson project in Elyria will receive a $2.15 million tax credit from the state of Ohio, according to a news release. The total cost of the project is $42,055,739, the release said.… → Read More

Lorain NAACP executive committee members take oath of office

Members of the Lorain Chapter of the NAACP executive committee were sworn into office for two-year terms the evening of Dec. 13 at the Harrison Cultural Community Centre, 1922 Hamilton Ave. in Lora… → Read More

Walkin’ In Winter OBERLIN is Dec. 3 – Morning Journal

This year, the city of Oberlin and Oberlin College, along with local organizations and businesses, have joined efforts to bring a community-wide holiday event to downtown Oberlin. The event is call… → Read More

Amherst: Family adds more than 5 acres to private nature preserve

Historic Shupe Homestead continues to contribute to the health and beauty of the Amherst community and Beaver Creek Watershed, according to a news release. The Nahorn family has announced that 5.27… → Read More

Wellington Exempted Village Schools spreads kindness in community

Since implementing Kindland in the Wellington Exempted Village Schools last year, students and staff have been spreading kindness throughout the Wellington community, according to a news release. R… → Read More

Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley to visit White House

President Joe Biden visited Lorain on Feb. 17 to announce $1 billion in new Great Lakes restoration funding, part of the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Now, Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley will v… → Read More

Cram the Cruiser School Supply Store returns to Lorain County for 2022 school year

Under the direction of Lorain County Sheriff Phil R. Stammitti, the Cram the Cruiser School Supply Store, which offers free supplies for classrooms, will open for business for the 2022 school year,… → Read More

State Rep. Joe Miller announces road-naming bill honoring former police Chief Celestino Rivera

State Rep. Joe Miller (D-Amherst) introduced legislation July 22 to designate a portion of state Route 57 in the city of Lorain as “Police Chief Cel Rivera Memorial Highway,” according to a news re… → Read More

Wellington: THRIVE! to celebrate sixth year with Birthday Bash

THRIVE! Southern Lorain County will celebrate its sixth anniversary Aug. 5 with a fun-filled “Birthday Bash” in Wellington, according to a news release. THRIVE! is one of several community collabor… → Read More

Penfield Recreational Park announces social walking hours times

Get your steps in at Summer Steps from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, from now until Sept. 27 at Penfield Recreational Park, 40756 State Route 18 in Penfield Township, according to a news release. Meet at t… → Read More

Elyria, Sandusky buildings to receive historic tax credits

A historic Elyria building and a theater in Sandusky will get an economic boost from a state tax credit program. Both the Dixon Building, 371-381 Broad St., in Elyria, and Schine State Theatre, 107… → Read More

Lorain Mayor Bradley visits Lorain Estates senior living community

Lorain Estates senior living community hosted a “Hometown Proud” day June 21 during its Summer Kick-Off week, according to a news release. Lorain’s Mayor Jack Bradley visited the community, located… → Read More

Lorain/Greater Sheffield Republican Club meets June 23

The City of Lorain/Greater Sheffield Republican Club will meet at 6:30 p.m., June 23, at the Republican GOP headquarters located at 1913 North Ridge Road. Lorain businesswoman Jessie Tower will spe… → Read More

Westlake: Chick-fil-A opens April 7 at Crocker Park

Chick-fil-A will open on April 7 a newest location at Crocker Park starting with breakfast at 6:30 a.m., according to a news release from the company. The all-new restaurant, 30115 Detroit Road, is… → Read More

Lorain: FireFish Arts is hosting a gallery exhibit featuring local artists

FireFish Arts is hosting a gallery exhibit featuring local artists at a local studio in downtown Lorain. The group exhibition explores “the creative possibilities of paper as a primary medium… → Read More

Bay Village board passes resolution in support of military-connected children and families

Military Family Month honors sacrifices, school district says → Read More

Lorain County fatal crashes reviewed, prevention reminders shared

The Lorain County Traffic Fatality Review Committee, conducted through Lorain County Public Health, met Sept. 8 and reviewed 10 traffic crashes that left 10 people dead. The fatalities occurred bet… → Read More