Carol Harper, The Morning Journal

Carol Harper

The Morning Journal

Lorain, OH, United States

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Past articles by Carol:

Child, 5, seriously injured in hit-skip crash in Elyria

Elyria police officers were called about 5:42 p.m. March 22 to a report of a 5-year-old boy who was hit by a vehicle on the 100 block of Bath Street in Elyria. The boy was crossing the street heade… → Read More

How to contact your Ohio representatives, senators

Ohio Senate District 18 Parts of Geauga and Lake counties, Portage County Sen. Jerry C. Cirino Senate Building 1 Capitol Square, 1st Floor Columbus, OH 43215 614-644-7718 Hometown: Kirtland District 21 Part of Cuyahoga County Sen. Sandra R. Williams Senate Building 1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor Columbus, OH 43215 phone614-466-4857 Hometown: Cleveland District 23 Part of Cuyahoga County Sen.… → Read More

How to contact your Ohio representatives, senators

Ohio Senate District 13 Huron and Lorain counties Sen. Nathan H. Manning Senate Building 1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor Columbus, OH 43215 614-644-7613 Hometown: North Ridgeville District 2 Erie, part of Fulton, part of Lucas, Ottawa and Wood counties Sen. Theresa Gavarone Senate Building 1 Capitol Square, Ground Floor Columbus, OH 43215 614-466-8060 Hometown: Bowling Green District 24 Part of… → Read More

Jared Smith, candidate for Carlisle Township Trustee, November 2019

This information is published as provided by the candidate and has not been modified by → Read More

Insurance savvy: Create a plan, then go shopping

While wading through a quagmire of insurance offerings, clueless about pitfalls and oblivious to meanings of insurance industry terminology, take a step back. → Read More

Lorain County Jr. Fair Board invests ideas and work for best fair

The stress and bustle of fair week can’t compare with year-long efforts to stage the annual event, say members of Lorain County Jr. Fair Board. → Read More

2018 Lorain County Fair adventure includes food, family

Folks plan to dollop extra measures of childhood joys this year atop best practices and traditions of a 173rd annual Lorain County Fair. → Read More

Family Self Sufficiency helps public housing participants climb out of poverty

A program to help public housing residents achieve self sufficiency plies rent money as an incentive. → Read More

Women in business were minorities when Nancy Brown started Ladies and Gentlemen salon

Nancy Brown created a way among the few when she opened a first Ladies and Gentlemen salon in the 1970s in Mentor. → Read More

Great Expectations Music launched with criminal funds in Lorain

Sunday afternoons find 18 underprivileged youngsters learning to tickle the ivories at New Creation Baptist Church in Lorain. → Read More

Younger Lorain County students accept college class challenges

When Amherst Exempted Village Schools officials tallied college credit savings of students from eight Northeast Ohio high schools, they were shocked. → Read More

Lorain Schools CEO threatens experienced principal jobs

David Hardy Jr. says 29 of 697 eighth-grade students in Lorain City Schools earned grades of C or higher and proficient or higher scores on state tests. → Read More

Lorain County families get break with free college credits program

Seamless free pathways to college degrees and high school diplomas have developed over the last 20 years in Lorain County. → Read More

Lorain Promise sets school district challenge before the community

David Hardy Jr. recently told about 200 people they have no idea how he has longed to present the Lorain Promise to the community. → Read More

Spanish speaking residents respond to Lorain Promise plan at Lorain Schools

Spanish-speaking families responded with optimism to a recent bilingual presentation of the Lorain Promise of → Read More

Lorain City Schools CEO plans to demolish ‘educational malpractice’

The chief executive officer for Lorain City Schools says the district commits “educational malpractice” by not challenging all students regardless of ethnicity. → Read More

First flake signals plans for Lorain County school snow days

Unpredictable Ohio weather during past winters has caused some school officials to drive through the night and others to juggle multiple weather websites before canceling classes. → Read More

Folks reminisce about Amherst schools as demos take place

An excavator poised for demolition at Harris Elementary School dug up memories for some of the 200 people who attended a recent Fi → Read More

Music and old buildings spark love of Amherst history

A mandolin, a frog and a home for half a century linked Amherst genealogist Joan Rosenbusch to an esteemed high school principal. → Read More

Donuts with Dads at Lorain elementary school welcomes fathers, grandfathers

Principal Michelle Spotts-Hayes smiled and welcomed families with hugs to Donuts with Dads at Garfield Elementary School in Lorain. → Read More