The 25th YMCA Dream House is a JEMM

by Dawn Bubonic

MENTOR - The Lake County YMCA Dream House is celebrating its 25th anniversary. This year's 4,400 square foot home was designed and built by JEMM Construction of Painesville.

Memorial created for Mentor police officer

by Glen Miller

MENTOR – Dozens of Mentor residents either slowly drove by, or stopped, to lay flowers and other memorials alongside the police vehicle of Patrolman Mathew Mazany who was struck and killed June 24 along state Route 2 by a reckless motorist during a traffic stop.

Miracle League Sign-ups

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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. These calls are not true.

Appropriate workplace behavior in the age of #MeToo

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MENTOR – United Way of Lake County’s Women’s Leadership Council will feature a panel of experts to address appropriate workplace behavior in the age of the #MeToo movement that’s sweeping the nation. The Breakfast Speaker Series will be held Thursday, July 26 from 7:30 – 9 a.m. at the American-Croatian Lodge in Eastlake.

VFW names teacher of the year, recognize Eagle Scout

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PAINESVILLE - Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2595 would like to congratulate High School Citizenship Teacher of the Year Jenny Cavell of Riverside High School as the Post / Auxiliary and District 7 (Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, and Medina counties) winner for 2017-18.

Painesville Schools honors local organizations in conjunction with the Ohio State School Board Association

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PAINESVILLE - The Ohio State School Board Association (OSBA) honors organizations that play a key role in supporting their communities and local schools. Painesville City Local Schools was honored to choose three organizations this past year that have gone above and beyond to support the mission of the district. Avery Dennison, Catalyst Ministries and Lubrizol were the chosen three.