Tyler Rigg, The News-Herald

Tyler Rigg

The News-Herald

Willoughby, OH, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

Downtown Willoughby retailers to receive storefront display makeover

Three downtown Willoughby businesses will be receiving new storefront window displays, courtesy of a Willowick-based designer. → Read More

New elected members to join to Willowick City Council

New faces will be joining Willowick City Council. → Read More

Lake County Elections Board: Incorrect results due to layout error

The Lake County Elections Board has cited a layout error in the vote totals report as the cause of an initial report being incorrect during the Nov. 5 general election. → Read More

Operation Christmas Child: How and where to donate in Northeast Ohio

Several Northeast Ohio church communities are participating in National Collection Week, Operation Christmas Child's effort to gather donations for their international charity. → Read More

Chardon Schools to reevaluate facilities plan following failed bond issue

Chardon Schools Superintendent Michael Hanlon said officials will be reviewing results and determining any modifications to the district's facilities master plan following voters defeating a bond issue in the Nov. → Read More

Willoughby Hills voters elect new mayor, fill four council seats

Voters in Willoughby Hills selected their first new mayor in 12 years during the Nov. 5 general election. → Read More

Willoughby-Eastlake school district voters reject additional levy

Voters in the Willoughby-Eastlake school district rejected a 4.99-mill additional, continuous tax levy in the Nov. 5 general election by a margin of 9,387 to 8,081. → Read More

Willoughby proposes updates to planning and zoning code

The City of Willoughby is working on updates to its Planning and Zoning Code to help keep consistency between the city's Comprehensive Plan and ordinances. → Read More

Eastlake-Willoughby crawl to tour lakefront eateries, honor veterans

The "Taste of Eastlake-Willoughby Crawl" is set to take place Nov. 17, offering participants the opportunity to sample the food of various restaurants along Lakeshore Boulevard. → Read More

College intern and job fair in Mentor set to connect students with area employers

A new job fair in Lake County is seeking to connect area high school graduates with employers and opportunities in their hometown. → Read More

Families, trick-or-treaters celebrate Halloween at Fall Harvest Festival in Wickliffe

Rain turned to cold and wind on the night of Halloween, but that didn't stop the dozens of families who showed up to Vineyard Community Church for a night of → Read More

Eastlake set to host 'Trendy Pop-Up Shop' winter market

Eastlake will be continuing its summertime farmers' and flea market in the form of an indoor, winter market named "The Trendy Pop-Up Shop." → Read More

Memorial garden in Willowick honors six fallen firefighters

The names of the six firefighters who have died in service to the Willowick Fire Department are etched into granite, now resting in a garden built behind the city's fire → Read More

Rescue Village launches new 'A More Humane Society' brand

One of Rescue Village's efforts to inspire "A More Humane Society" was unveiled the morning of Oct. 29 as staff members and others gathered to watch the animal shelter's new → Read More

Kids trick-or-treat through history at Century Village

While most trick-or-treating is done in traditional suburban and residential areas, Century Village does its trick-or-treat with a little bit of history and a little bit of Halloween. → Read More

Corks Wine Bar in downtown Willoughby to close Oct. 31

Corks Wine Bar will be closing Oct. 31 after 19 years in downtown Willoughby. → Read More

Future Mentor middle-schoolers encouraged to 'get out of their bubble' with kindness

Fourth- and fifth-grade students of Mentor Public Schools enjoyed an exciting event with a serious topic Oct. 24 as they were taught the importance of kindness and transitioning to middle → Read More

Special Sports Halloween party 'getting bigger every year'

On a recent night in Concord Township, kids, families and community members joined together for a host of spooky season activities. → Read More

Election 2019: Candidates face off in Mayfield Village council races

Mayfield Village voters will decided two council races in the Nov. 5 general election for one at-large seat and one ward 3 seat on Mayfield Village Council. → Read More

Eastlake enacts feral cat ordinance

During an Oct. 22 regular meeting, Eastlake City Council voted to enact an ordinance requiring residents to have feral cats under their care trapped, neutered and returned (TNR). → Read More