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Aliah Kimbro

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Past articles by Aliah:

Chick-fil-A Lorain celebrates one-year anniversary with giveaways throughout March

Chick-fil-A Lorain is celebrating one year in operation March 10 with an anniversary celebration and special giveaways. Owner and Operator Matt Woods said the restaurant is ecstatic about reaching … → Read More

Lorain library partners with Solidarity Urban Farms to renovate garden

The Lorain Public Library System, 351 W. Sixth St. in downtown Lorain, is partnering with Solidarity Urban Farms to grow fresh produce. The current garden, which was planted in 2021 at the main bra… → Read More

Oberlin Opera Theater director to retire after final production of ‘Candide’ from March 9-12

A world renowned stage director and associate professor of Opera Theater at Oberlin College and Conservatory is preparing for his final bow. Jonathon Field has been the director of Opera Theater Pr… → Read More

Lorain native Bryan ‘Petey’ Wooten accepts Living Angel award during Life Savers Ball

A Lorain native has received the honored title of Living Angel for his service and perseverance. Bryan “Petey” Wooten was presented the Dr. Alex and Maria Zolli Living Angel Award on March 4 during… → Read More

Bendix donates over 600 books to Lorain County Urban League for literacy program

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC is helping to invest in Lorain County youth. Employees at the company’s headquarters, 35500 Chester Road in Avon, donated over 600 children’s books March 3 to … → Read More

Summit Academy Lorain Elementary celebrates National Read Across America Day

Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley went back to school. The former elementary school teacher turned attorney read a Dr. Seuss book March 2 to students at Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Lear… → Read More

Lorain native Michael Daniels, Ph.D., receives a national dissertation of the year award

A Lorain native recently received a national Dissertation of the Year award from the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Foundation. Michael Daniels, 32, graduated from Admir… → Read More

Lorain, Port Authority move forward with Pellet Terminal project

The city is moving forward with plans to redevelop the former Lorain Pellet Terminal site. The Pellet Terminal, located on Erie Avenue and just north of Broadway Avenue in downtown Lorain, sits dir… → Read More

Elyria Black Legacy Connection calls for city to honor lost Airman Ferrier White

For their final Black History Month spotlight, members of the Elyria Black Legacy Connection are honoring Elyria native and Tuskegee Airman 2nd Lt. Ferrier H. White. Elyria Black Legacy Connection … → Read More

Avon: Bethesda Wellness spa holds massage for cause, helps local family

Bethesda Wellness, at 35682 Detroit Road Suite 4 in Avon, is providing massages for a great cause. Owner Carly Caraballo is holding a fundraiser on March 1 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in order to help h… → Read More

Top Table Gaming in Avon Lake specializes in trading cards, hosting tournaments

Top Table Gaming in Avon Lake is hoping to bring the gaming community together. The store, located at 33382 Walker Road, Unit G, opened Jan. 15. Owners Jesse Owens and Tyler Jedlicka said they’re f… → Read More

Harrison Cultural Community Centre celebrates 30 years

The Harrison Cultural Community Centre in Lorain is celebrating 30 years of impact. A Day at Harrison Brunch and Silent Auction will take place from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 25, at the headquarte… → Read More

Main Street Lorain, organizations rally together for Coffee and Conversations

Main Street Lorain and the Lorain Port and Finance Authority are seeking input for community improvement. The inaugural Coffee and Conversation took place Feb. 22 at the Lorain Port Authority offic… → Read More

Lorain Historical Society prepares for commemoration of 1924 tornado

The Lorain Historical Society is finding ways to memorialize the tornado that leveled parts of Lorain nearly 100 years ago. The tornado that hit Lorain on June 28, 1924, was assumed to be an F4 tor… → Read More

Elyria Black Legacy Connection remembers Sarah Louise Howard

Sarah Louise Howard, who moved to Elyria as a young woman, became one of the city’s leading residents in the late 1800s, and one of Ohio’s best known women. Howard was born in 1838 to D… → Read More

Lorain native Nichole Francis Reynolds to be admitted to U.S. Supreme Court Bar

A Lorain native is being admitted as a member to the U.S. Supreme Court Bar. Nichole Francis Reynolds, 47, will be admitted at 10 a.m., Feb. 21, in Washington, D.C. The vice president and global he… → Read More

Lorain: Overhaul Missions Center meets need through clothing and food giveaway

A newly established Lorain church is hoping to change the culture of the city. Overhaul Missions Center, located 3720 Broadway Avenue, officially opened their doors to the public on April 6, 2022. … → Read More

Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority reads to Lorain students in honor of Toni Morrison Day

A local organization is working to keep Toni Morrison’s name alive. Tamika Bonilla, Lorain resident and member of the sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, is making it her business to spread the legacy of L… → Read More

Marxan Records in Lorain celebrates 25 years of operation

Lorain native Mark Ballard Sr. is making it his mission to impact the world through music. Ballard is the president of Blackberry Records as well as the founder and president of Marxan Records. In … → Read More

Lorain resident Chuck Mosley hopes to display Martin Luther King Jr. artifacts collection

A Lorain resident is hoping to inspire the larger community with an impressive collection of artifacts. Chuck Mosley, 74, was in the U.S. Marine Corps for 10 years after graduating from Admiral Kin… → Read More