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Past articles by Crystal:

Painesville Township moving forward with summer plans

Painesville Township is moving forward yet again with plans to return to normalcy for residents this summer. → Read More

Painesville Planning Commission OKs Johnson Funeral Home crematory; council to review

Johnson Funeral Home is one step closer to adding on-site crematory services at 368 Mentor Ave. in Painesville. → Read More

Miracle Revival Ministry in Painesville reviving Produce Day

Over 6,000 pounds of fresh food and produce were distributed March 16 at Miracle Revival Ministry in Painesville, the church's tradition that is coming back and expanding. → Read More

Lake County officials shed light on coronavirus firsts and facing the unknowns

Willoughby Hills Mayor Andy Gardner believes he "got lucky." → Read More

Lake County schools faced new challenges thrown at them by the coronavirus pandemic

Mentor Schools Superintendent William Porter recalled that in years past they would always hear about sicknesses going around like a particularly bad strain of the flu. → Read More

Painesville Schools looking at revising safety protocols in schools

The Painesville City School Board is considering revising the School Resource Officer Program as part of a strategic plan this year to help ensure that all students are treated equitably → Read More

Wickliffe-Cares program to serve as welfare-check system for senior residents

Wickliffe senior residents and their families can now rest a little easier with the new Wick-Cares program. → Read More

Area restaurateurs recall challenges, changes of pandemic closure

Restaurant owners were faced with a decision when they were ordered to shut down last March: Would they comply and die or pivot and live? → Read More

Ashtabula student wins Tri-County Spelling Bee, headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee

Two students went head-to-head March 9 in Painesville to compete for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Riverside High students create podcast to connect with remote learners

Four Riverside High School juniors have started a weekly podcast called Recognizing Riverside that is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the accomplishments made by students and staff at the school. → Read More

Painesville student works to ease light pollution on her street

Painesville officials gathered last week to mark the replacement of a traditional street lamp with an environmentally friendly LED light, an effort started two years ago by an elementary school → Read More

Painesville planning to remove Lynch Avenue

Painesville is planning on closing and removing connector-road Lynch Avenue that runs between State Street and St. Clair Street. → Read More

Painesville is seeking to pave the way for a Safe Route to School plan

Getting to school on foot will soon be easier for some Painesville students. → Read More

Painesville woman again preparing Easter baskets for those in need

For the seventh year in a row, Painesville resident Leah Siatkowski is gathering donations and creating Easter baskets for children who may otherwise not get one. → Read More

Lake County women share business advice

“As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others,” said Audrey Hepburn, British actress and humanitarian. → Read More

Wickliffe Public Library launches Spice of the Month Club

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. → Read More

Signature Health's Painesville clinic relocating, expanding

Signature Health’s Painesville clinic is making plans to relocate and expand from 462 Chardon St. to 54 S. State St. → Read More

Evolve Concepts/Evolve Transporters expanding in Painesville

Evolve Concepts/Evolve Transporters in Painesville is expanding and renovating due to a Municipal Tax Incentive Agreement with City Manager Doug Lewis. → Read More

Painesville seeking to replace equipment at Water Pollution Control Plant

Painesville City Council has authorized City Manager Doug Lewis to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for the purchase and installation of mechanical components to repair the waste → Read More

Painesville Schools live streaming sporting events

Harvey High School's Athletics Department is now live streaming athletic events. → Read More