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Kristi Garabrandt

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Past articles by Kristi:

Willoughby Hills Fire Department testing technology to alert drivers

Willoughby Hills Fire Department is one of the first departments in Northeast Ohio to try out the HAAS navigational warning system. → Read More

Willoughby Hills Police Chief Chris Collins says success is a team effort

Willoughby Hills Police Chief Chris Collins would appear to have made a successful career for himself, but he sees it differently. → Read More

City of Willowick gets additional funding for lakefront planning

In addition to the $79,000 TLCI grant that the city of Willowick was previously awarded for their Lakefront Connectivity and Downtown Redevelopment Plan, they were also recently awarded with a → Read More

Chardon Schools to seek bond issue in November

Chardon School Board voted to place a bond issue on the November ballot during its June 17 meeting. The vote was unanimous. → Read More

Northeast Ohio fire departments face staffing issues

Chester Township Fire Chief John Wargelin says his department is among those nationwide facing an epidemic. → Read More

Jim Savage, co-founder of Willoughby's Fine Arts Association, dies

James Savage, who co-founded The Fine Arts Association in Willoughby with his late wife Louise in 1957, died June 20, at the age of 94. → Read More

Lake-Geauga Critical Incident Stress Management Team gathers for training

Willoughby Hills Fire Rescue, Lake-Geauga Critical Incident Stress Management Team, University Hospitals and the Mid-Ohio CISM Network combined for a two-day CISM basic training class in Willoughby Hills. → Read More

Ohio Chautauqua puts focus on modern legends in 2019

Ohio Chautauqua, an event that brings history to life with performances, music and education, is making history. → Read More

Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District celebrates 75 years

The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District, which formed as the state's 29th SWCD on June 24, 1944, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. → Read More

Chardon Schools to consider bond issue to replace outdated buildings

Chardon School Board will discuss placing a bond issue on the ballot at its regularly scheduled 6:30 p.m. June 17 meeting. → Read More

Aldi, Produce Packaging part of revitalization of west end of Willoughby Hills

The year of Willoughby Hills is what Councilman John Plecnik proclaimed 2019 to be as he talked about the city gaining two new businesses, a police substation and the Lake → Read More

Huntsburg Township family displaced by severe weather incident

What appears to be a micro-burst has displaced a Huntsburg Township family. → Read More

Flag Day Race benefits Lake County Special Olympians

The Northeast Running Club had more than 200 walkers and runners participate in its 21st Flag Day Race and Walk on June 11. → Read More

History of Concord Township Fire Department to be shared

Concord Township Fire Department had a humble beginning as a volunteer department in the 1940s. Since then the department has grown to accommodate the needs of a growing community. → Read More

Concord Township's Grist Mill center sold at auction

The Grist Mill Retail Center on Fredle Drive in Concord Township has been sold at sheriff's auction. → Read More

Senior citizens fish despite the rain at the North Coast Senior Games

Rain was no deterrent June 5 for four senior citizens who were determined to participate in the North Coast Senior Games fishing contest. → Read More

Hambden Township Citizens Fire Academy give new sense of understanding

Hambden Township Fire Department is now halfway through its eight-week Citizens Fire Academy. → Read More

Willoughby Hills Police substation moving toward August opening

Contractors are making progress on the new police substation located in the west end of Willoughby Hills. → Read More

Ohio program helps the blind to become entrepreneurs

Tom Neal is not a typical small business owner. → Read More

WWII vet honored and humbled by Hometown Hero distinction in Wickliffe

Walter (Jim) Weybrecht is a WWII Navy veteran who has always been hailed a hero by his family. → Read More