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Victim identified

MADISON - Just before midnight on Thursday, June 7, the Madison Township Police Department received a report of an elderly male sitting within a lane of travel in the 7700 block of Middle Ridge Road.

Sheriff’s office warns of jury duty phone scam

MENTOR - The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous calls from citizens the past few days explaining they received a call from either Sgt. Leonbruno, Capt. Leonbruno or Sheriff #3 stating they missed jury duty and there is a warrant for their arrest unless they pay a bond over the phone until they can get to court.

Locations along Laketran add value to riding

LAKE COUNTY – Bus riders who take Laketran’s local routes around town are getting more for their bus fare this summer. Laketran recently announced Locations along Laketran, a summer-long promotion that features a business each week along Laketran's Local Routes 1-6 that offer a discount just for being a Laketran rider.

North students sign beam for new high school

Eastlake – More than 60 North High School students from the Willoughby-Eastlake School District signed a beam that will be part of the new high school now under construction. The students, who were selected by teachers for the honor, personified the ideals of respect, responsibility and readiness to learn.

Perry students recognized for excellence in science

Perry - As part of an ongoing tradition of honoring Northeast Ohio’s brightest high school chemistry students, area high school science departments were invited to nominate their top students for the 2018 American Chemical Society (ACS) Young Scientist Award.

Wheel, Walk, Run hosted by event originator one last time

Mentor – The Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities/Deepwood’s Broadmoor School, which serves students with developmental disabilities up to age 22, teamed up with Kirtland High School and Eastlake Middle School students to host its annual Wheel, Walk, Run event May 18.

Perry schools recognized at Horn-Walter Awards Ceremony

Perry - Perry Local School District is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 R. A. Horn and Franklin B. Walter Awards. Each year, the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities recognizes a special educator or team, and one student from each of Ohio’s 16 State Support Teams (SST) for exemplary contributions and performance.

More than 1,000 ran in Just Run 5k

FAIRPORT HARBOR - The Lake County General Health District held their annual Just Run Lake County event Saturday, May 26 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Village of Fairport Harbor along the shores of Lake Erie. This event was an opportunity to empower families, children and adults to live healthier lives through active lifestyles.

Student superheroes honored at FAA benefit

Painesvillle – The Fine Arts Association (FAA) celebrated the power of the arts and its superheroes at the 2018 annual benefit, held May 11 at Lake Erie College Arthur Holden Center. Many of the guests added to the celebration by attending in their favorite superhero costumes.

Ride4thEM prep for their Having Fun, Helping Families annual July event

ANDOVER – If you are looking to make a difference in the lives of families stricken with the financial burden of caring for a child with a life threatening illness (as is their mission statement) you won’t want to miss this year’s Ride4thEM’s Having Fun, Helping Families event scheduled for July 28 from 9 am. until 5 p.m. at Pymatuning State Park Main Beach in Andover. (From June 22 edition).

Orwell girls donate lemonade stand earnings to Orwell PD

ORWELL-Two nine year old Grand Valley Elementary school mates, Jocelyn Cozad and Violet Morse decided to set up a little summer business of their own-selling homemade lemonade on Saturday, June 9. In front of Jocelyn’s Leffingwell Dr. home and with the help of Mom Roberta Cozad , up went an umbrella, table and couple chairs for the enterprising young ladies.

Mixed Emotions Farm starts back up horse lessons within Hartsgrove


HARTSGROVE – While she ended up taking a bit of a hiatus for a while after falling and breaking her arm, Owner of Mixed Emotions Farm Carrie Dennis is glad to be offering horse lessons and camps at her business once again within its location of 4380 State Route 534 in Hartsgrove.(From June 22 edition).

Barney’s Dairy Supreme continues strong after 50 years in Linesville

LINESVILLE – While many ice cream venues in the area offer your typical choices of cold treats like cones, milkshakes, flurries and sundaes, 50-year-old Barney’s Dairy Supreme at its location of 202 Penn Street in Linesville goes above and beyond in its variety for customers.(From June 22 edition).