Kaylee Remington, The Morning Journal

Kaylee Remington

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Lorain, OH, United States

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Past articles by Kaylee:

Lorain County Community College’s Blackstone LaunchPad reopened as NEOLaunchNET

Students, faculty, administration and guests attended a reopening at Lorain County Community College as Blackstone LaunchPad at the college transitioned to → Read More

Boy dies from his injuries after North Ridgeville sledding accident

Drew Hayden, 9, who was hit by a car while sledding down a hill, has died, → Read More

Macy’s at Midway Mall in Elyria to close

Macy’s Inc. has announced that it will close 40 stores, including Elyria’s Midway Mall location. → Read More

Horizon Science Academy robotics team moves to state

Horizon Science Academy’s robotics team, the Spartans, were one of nine teams over the holiday break that qualified for the Indiana South Qualifying Tournament to advance to the Indiana State Championship Competition. → Read More

Avon City Council welcomes Brian Fischer, promotions in fire department

The night of Jan. 4 was an exciting time for many as Brian Fischer was sworn in as new Council at-Large for Avon City Council and promotions were given in the city’s fire department. → Read More

UH Elyria Medical Center receives largest donation in its history

The Hampson Family Foundation and Karen Mole have donated $10.6 million to University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center, the largest gift in the hospital’s 107-year history. → Read More

Police departments give report on crimes in 2015

Another year is done and Lorain area police departments have outlined what the trends were with criminal activity in their respective cities. → Read More

More donations coming to Alumni Memorial

Sheffield Lake City Council accepted a $900 donation from Erie Amvets Post 55 which will be used for the Alumni Memorial over at Shell Cove Park on Lake Road during its Dec. 29 meeting. → Read More

Public learns about eMedia at Avon library

The digital world is constantly progressing and sometimes people need to refresh their memory on how to use digital materials. → Read More

Avon City Council transfers stadium lease

Avon City Council has transferred the stadium lease agreement from Lake Erie Baseball LLC to Blue Dog Baseball LLC during its regular Council meeting Dec. 28. → Read More

United Way campaigning going strong

On all fronts, the United Way of Greater Lorain County has had a great 2015, according to Bill Harper, executive director. → Read More

County Metro Parks ready for changes in 2016

Another year is in the books and the Lorain County Metro Parks is planning for the new year. → Read More

Three churches form together, have first Christmas together

Christmas music was echoing in the room as church members were doing the tedious task of making noodles by hand. → Read More

Yarn club celebrates 10 years at Lorain Public Library System

For 10 years, a yarn club has been meeting at the Lorain Public Library System’s Main Branch, 351 W. Sixth St. in Lorain. → Read More

Avon City Council stops care facility construction

Avon City Council, in a special meeting, passed to place a moratorium on construction and development of congregate care facilities that want to come to Avon. → Read More

Amherst Township family gets Christmas surprise, first holiday since family member passed

Two fire trucks, police cars, as well as the community stopped all the intersections Dec. 20 to make an important delivery. → Read More

Amherst’s Christmas in the Village held once again

The Amherst Historical Society has once again held its Christmas in the Village Dec. 20 at the Amherst Sandstone Village, 763 Milan Avenue. → Read More

Mrs. Claus’ kitchen spends first Christmas in Amherst

Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen has a new home in Amherst with new memories to make. → Read More

Lorain man convicted of murder loses appeal

Convicted Lorain murderer Donzelle Crosby will not have his 33-year-to-life conviction overturned, according to a decision from the Ninth District Court of Appeals dated Dec. 14. → Read More

Sheffield Lake City Council looks at pay raises for 2016

Sheffield Lake City Council took a look at raises for a slew of city positions, almost all being for non-bargaining unit employees. → Read More