Quarterly Investment Advisory

by Marian McMahon

LAKE COUNTY – Eileen Stanic of Meeder Investment Management reported HB 251 was awaiting the governor’s signature during the April 26 quarterly meeting of the Lake County Investment Advisory Committee.

Logo contest winners announced

by Marian McMahon

LAKE COUNTY – The Lake County Solid Waste District, in partnership with the Lake County OSU Extension Office, declared a six-week period, from April 15 to May 31, as Clean and Green Lake County. People are encouraged to clean up and beautify their communities.

Flooding problem may have a resolution on the horizon, finally

by Marian McMahon

PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP - John Muzic of Coventry Drive asked the Board of Trustees at its April 24 meeting if there was an update on the flooding issue at Normandy and Coventry. He said he has been trying to get the problem taken care of for 10 years.

Remodeled gym opens with new owner

by Marian McMahon

MADISON TOWNSHIP – A former manager of Snap Fitness, Angela DeMichele, became the gym’s owner Sept. 1, 2017. Following a complete remodel, the grand opening was held April 19.

Laketran CEO recognized as top 4 Under 40

by Submitted

LAKE COUNTY – Laketran General Manager Ben Capelle was recognized as Top 4 Under 40 by the Ohio Public Transit Association at the association’s annual meeting earlier this week in Columbus.

CreateSpace at Madison Library

by Submitted

MADISON -As part of the library’s general mission to serve as a community resource, offering lifelong enrichment through ideas, information, interaction and creative participation, Madison Public Library is providing a Create Space.

Join genealogical society

by Submitted

PAINESVILLE - The Lake County Genealogical Society invites anyone who has wanted to learn about their family tree to join them as they share stories of their own successes / failures in research, learn more about Lake County and surrounding area histories, and learn how to conduct genealogical research from society members and local genealogy experts.

Council on Aging to honor volunteers

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MENTOR - A number of Lake County residents will be honored when the Lake County Council on Aging holds its Annual Meeting and Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon Thursday, May 17 at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn on Route 306 in Mentor. The event is open to the public at a cost of $25 per person.