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Past articles by Lindsey:

Finding Bigfoot in your own backyard

Have you noticed missing items from your property or odd footprints in the woods? → Read More

Alcohol involved in fatal Willoughby crash

Willoughby police arrested a 73-year-old Eastlake man involved in a fatal car crash, where police say alcohol was involved. → Read More

Mentor focuses in on post-graduate life for students

Education for Mentor School’s students doesn’t stop once they’re handed their diploma. → Read More

Newborn animals steal the show at Lake Metroparks Farmparks

Families looking to shake off their cabin fever as the days get colder can head over the Lake Metroparks Farmpark Winter Blast Weekends. → Read More

Willougby-Eastlake Schools beginning work to build and renovate

Willoughby-Eastlake Schools are moving along on plans to renovate existing buildings in the district and build two new high schools and a new elementary school. → Read More

YMCA feeds the hungry with peanut butter and jelly

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches often accompany childhood memories, but the meal has become more than a lunch for kids. → Read More

Pet cremation services donated to Chester Township family who lost home in fire

Kelly and Jason Stevens lost everything in a fire that engulfed their Chester Township home, including their two pets. → Read More

Willoughby Hills library to begin opening on Friday

For the first time, the Willoughby Hills Public Library will be open on Fridays. → Read More

WEISS North America continues to upgrade in Willoughby

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of an occasional series of feature stories on the top-ranked companies of the 2015 Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50, a list of the area’s fastest-growing businesses based on a weighted average of sales and employment → Read More

Mater Dei Academy installs 20-foot-wide tree of life mural

A serene image of a child reading in the midst of the wildlife around him has been added to the landscape of Mater Dei Academy’s cafeteria wall. → Read More

Man suffers severe burns from Chester Township house fire

A Chester Township man has suffered severe burns after a fire broke out at the home. → Read More

YMCA breaks ground on 2016 Dream House

Below freezing temperatures didn’t stop the YMCA from breaking ground on the new 2016 Dream House. → Read More

Willoughby Rotary presents distinguished citizen and civic organization awards

The Willoughby Rotary have unveiled their annual distinguished citizen and civic organization award winners. → Read More

U.S. Attorney’s Office collects more than $40M in fines in northern Ohio

The U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Northern District of Ohio collected more than $40.7 million from criminal and civil actions in 2015, said U.S. Attorney Steven M. Dettelbach. → Read More

Willowick Council to discuss animal tethering ordinance

Willowick may be catching up with surrounding municipalities when it considers an animal tethering ordinance at its next City Council meeting. → Read More

Hach-Otis preserve seeking expansion in Willoughby Hills

Willoughby Hills City Council has approved a resolution supporting the Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland’s pursuit of grant money to extend the Hach-Otis Preserve. → Read More

Jordan Pizzi remembered with day of kindness

Jordan Anthony Pizzi was 19 months old when he was killed by his mother’s then-boyfriend, Joshua Ricket, on Aug. 27, 2010. → Read More

Lake Metroparks resuming raptor programs after avian ban lifted

The Ohio Department of Agriculture lifted the six-month ban on the display of birds, allowing Lake Metroparks Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center to resume its education → Read More

Mentor places rezoning of land at Market Street, Munson Road on ballot

Mentor City Council unanimously voted on Jan. 7 during a special meeting to place the rezoning of undeveloped land at Market Street and Munson Road on the March 15 ballot. → Read More

Burton woman named ‘Mother of Invention,’ gets grant for eyeglasses company

After years of being told that her idea would never make it, Maria Dellapina finally got to say, “I told you so.” → Read More