Commissioners present views over breakfast

by Marian McMahon

PAINESVILLE TOWNSHIP – Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce hosted a special event May 5 – Breakfast with the Commissioners at the Painesville Township Hall on Nye Road.

Two long-time village employees to retire

by Marian McMahon

NORTH PERRY – The mayor, council and administration all thanked Parks Director Jo Bailey and Fiscal Officer Lynn Kary for their years of service to the Village at the May 4 council meeting.

Young Leaders accepting funding requests

by Submitted

Mentor – Young Leaders of United Way of Lake County is now accepting funding requests from agencies and programs that directly impact the lives of youth in Lake County.

Arts in Motion at Broadmoor School

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MENTOR - Broadmoor students and faculty demonstrated creative arts in many forms for visitors to enjoy Friday, April 21. From graphics to vocals to martial arts they covered every form of motion and fine arts entertaining and engaging family and friends.

Comic book convention coming to town

by Robin Luthanen

MENTOR – Fans of comic books, collectibles, costumes, and almost everything in between will enjoy the 8th Annual Lake Effect Comic Book Convention from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 4 at the Holiday Inn East / Mentor on Reynolds Road (state Route 306).

Willoughby Mayor honored by the Lake County Republican Party

by Gail Stuehr

Eastlake – Willoughby Mayor David E. Anderson was honored with the J. William Stanton award by the Lake County Republican Party (LCRP) at their dinner celebrating the 208th birthday of Abraham Lincoln. The event was held on May 8 at the American-Croatian Lodge, 3400 Lake Shore Blvd., Eastlake.

Motorists should prepare for upcoming road work

by Marian McMahon

CONCORD TOWNSHIP - Trustee Chris Galloway reported he had attended the annual meeting of the Lake County engineer and township officials to review road projects at the May 3 trustees meeting.

Remembering a special man Bob Moore

by Marian McMahon

When Bob Moore passed away April 18, Rose Moore, longtime columnist for The Lake County Tribune and Gazette Newspapers, lost her soulmate and the love of her life.