Adam Dodd, The News-Herald

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The News-Herald

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

Painesville discusses plans for building demolitions

Painesville City Council is considering the demolition of multiple structures within the city. → Read More

Painesville to hold socially distant Concerts in the Park

The city of Painesville is taking steps toward returning toward pre-novel coronavirus levels of public interaction with a limited number of public events having been rescheduled or restructured to accommodate → Read More

Lake County sheriff warns of warrant scams

Lake County Sheriff Frank Leonbruno has issued a warning regarding potential scammers using the threat of fictitious active warrants to trick people into providing sensitive information or cash transactions. → Read More

Painesville community members provide free lunches for children

Plenty of children in Painesville ended the day on June 26 with full stomachs thanks to Brian Jones and other volunteers → Read More

Wickliffe to begin strategic planning for Euclid Corridor revitalization

Wickliffe's mayor and City Council have agreed to commission a strategic planning analysis for revitalization to be done to the city’s portion of the Euclid Avenue Corridor. → Read More

Morley Library in Painesville adds computer access, moves closer to reopening

Like so many public buildings, Painesville's Morley Library was forced to shut its doors as a preventative measure to slow the potential spread of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Painesville Interim City Manager Doug Lewis talks about his past, future in city

Monica Dupee has temporarily stepped away from her role as Painesville city manager as she takes maternity leave, and Assistant City Manager Doug Lewis has filled in during her absence → Read More

Painesville appoints members for Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals

Painesville City Council recently voted on a pair of appointments that will fill empty seats on the Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals. → Read More

Painesville road repairs are scaled back due to lack of funding

Painesville has been forced to restructure its ongoing road repair project due to holds being placed on crucial state funding. The funding was sourced through the Ohio Public Works Commission → Read More

Painesville Township Fire Department adapts to coronavirus era

Social distancing guidelines enacted to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus are important for everyone, especially first responders like the Painesville Township Fire Department. → Read More

Painesville Township uses NOPEC grants to make energy-efficient improvements

For the past three years Painesville Township has worked to make energy improvements throughout administrative and departmental buildings, specifically, the township’s three fire stations, their service garage and Township Hall. → Read More

Painesville Township's Wintergreen Hill Drive bands together for single trash pickup

You could almost miss Painesville Township’s Wintergreen Hill Drive if you weren’t looking for it. The circuitous loop is a small, quiet road in the township with a very connected → Read More

Painesville Township community park faces setbacks, determined to move ahead

The ongoing work put into Painesville Township’s soon-to-be community park at 115 Bowhall Road has seen contributions from a number of enthusiastic sources. Despite this sustained support, government funding has → Read More

Painesville welcomes new aerial ladder truck for fire department

Painesville City has announced the arrival of a new aerial ladder truck for the city’s fire department. Rather than engines that serve to put out fire exclusively, the aerial ladder → Read More

Painesville City School District extends reach to students outside of the classroom

The Painesville Family Resource Center proved to be a crucial component during the 2019-20 school year for Painesville City Schools. → Read More

Lake Jobs and Family Services recognizes Paul and Peggy Algier as Foster Parents of the Year

Painesville City firefighter Paul and wife Peggy Algier have recently been recognized as the Lake County Foster Parents of the Year by the Lake County Department of Jobs and Family → Read More

Lake Erie College looks toward fall semester, earlier and with changes

The most recent graduating class for Lake Erie College has done so under unanticipated changes and challenges in the wake of the novel coronavirus and subsequent social distancing strategies, like → Read More

Painesville offers insight into what can open and what will remain prohibited following June 10 openings

The City of Painesville is among the communities looking forward to June 10 when numerous public buildings and events have been given permission to reopen after being closed as part → Read More

Wickliffe to close Jindra and Coulby Pools for 2020 amid coronavirus concerns

The Wickliffe mayor and City Council members have decided to keep Coulby Pool closed for the duration of the 2020 summer as a precaution against the spread of the novel → Read More

Mentor's Civic Center Pool scheduled for opening, new protocols in place

Mentor Civic Center Pool, 8600 Munson Road, is scheduled to open to the public June 13. → Read More