Marah Morrison, The News-Herald

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Recent articles by Marah:

Final phases to follow grand opening of Wickliffe Schools new campus

The final phases of work on the new preschool through 12th grade campus are ahead for the Wickliffe City School District. When the new building opens for the 2023-2024 school year behind Wickliffe … → Read More

Wickliffe seeks to make Euclid Avenue its social, commercial heart

For the last two years, Wickliffe has been embarking on a process to re-envision Euclid Avenue to be a corridor of community pride and economic investment. Described as a gateway in and out of Wick… → Read More

Biggby Coffee location is in the works for Wickliffe

Construction is currently underway for another Biggby Coffee location, this one at the former Amateur Electronics Supply building in Wickliffe. Located at 28940 Euclid Ave. on the corner of E. 290t… → Read More

Lake County police departments continue to respond to string of vehicle thefts

The rise in Hyundai and Kia vehicle thefts has moved multiple Lake County police departments to provide free steering wheel locks for residents. The Eastlake Police Department is issuing free steer… → Read More

Sub Zero Mission, Greg Wiesler honored by Willoughby Rotary

When Greg Wiesler was told about being honored as the 2023 Rotary Distinguished Citizen of the Year, he said that he was blindsided. Wiesler accepted the award at the Willoughby Rotary Awards lunch… → Read More

Wickliffe creates City Development Team to assist with economic development

With economic development and business retention a priority, Wickliffe has recently formed the City Development Team. The newly formed group is made up of nine people. Among the local government of… → Read More

King of Kings Lutheran Church in Willoughby gets new pastor

King of Kings Lutheran Church in Willoughby has been in its location for more than 40 years, but in the most recent three, it has been without a pastor. After some research, the church’s nati… → Read More

Eastlake Outdoor Farm Market set to return for summer 2023

The weekly Eastlake Outdoor Farm Market will be returning this summer across from Classic Park. The market is scheduled to run on Wednesdays starting June 21 at the parking lot across from the stad… → Read More

Willoughby Hills Police Department responds to increase of Kia, Hyundai thefts

As with other local communities, Willoughby Hills residents have not been immune to the increase of stolen vehicles involving Kia’s and Hyundai’s, according to the city Police Departmen… → Read More

EnV Salon owners relocate to Willoughby, where they started

Things have come full circle for Danielle Toth and Maryann Melaragno. Friends who attended Willoughby South High School, the two started their journey in the cosmetology industry in Willoughby over… → Read More

Couple opens old-fashioned candy store Sweets on the Square in Chardon

When Catie Traffis and her husband, Jeff, learned space was being vacated on Chardon Square, they were inspired to open a business that would attract young families. As a result, the couple opened … → Read More

Michael’s Bakeshop owners plan to give Sweet Beginnings its next chapter – News-Herald

What Michael Richmond and his partner, Michael McCall, began as a home bakery last year will now be giving Sweet Beginnings in Downtown Willoughby its next chapter. With the Miles family retiring a… → Read More

Steering wheel locks to become available for Hyundai owners in Willowick

In light of the rise of vehicle thefts being a concern, the Willowick Police Department has reached out to Hyundai to get steering wheel locks for free for residents. In order to obtain one of the … → Read More

Wickliffe officials not in favor of overlay on Fairway Drive

In light of recent resident complaints in regard to Fairway Drive in Wickliffe, Mayor Joe Sakacs and Council President Edward Levon inquired about doing a 1-inch overlay on the street. At a recent … → Read More

UH Lake West designated as Level 3 Trauma Center

Ohio recently designated University Hospitals Lake West Medical Center in Willoughby as a provisional Level 3 Trauma Center. According to UH, the designation was based on consultation from reviewer… → Read More

Cleveland Veterinary Rehabilitation in Willoughby Hills offers unique range of services

Since Dr. Laura Surovi and her husband, Michael Sivo, opened the doors of Cleveland Veterinary Rehabilitation to the public, people have traveled great distances for the variety of services for the… → Read More

Willoughby Hills budget set to be presented to council

A number of new safety initiatives are being sought in the Willoughby Hills budget for this year, according to Mayor Andy Gardner. In addition to adding two full-time police officer positions, whic… → Read More

Part-time officers are hard to come by, according to Willoughby Hills Police

For many years, the Willoughby Hills Police Department has been able to hire a part-time force of officers. Now, it has become harder if not impossible to do so. As a result, Police Chief Matthew N… → Read More

Fairway Drive residents take street concerns to Wickliffe council

Residents raised concerns and expressed their frustrations in regard to Fairway Drive at a recent Wickliffe City Council meeting. Last summer, an ordinance authorized Mayor Joe Sakacs to enter into… → Read More

Cleveland Metroparks to start deer culling in North Chagrin Reservation

The Cleveland Metroparks will be conducting their annual deer management program at North Chagrin Reservation in Willoughby Hills this week. Roads will be closed in the evenings during the program,… → Read More