He fled and almost died

by Glen Miller

Mentor – A car thief learned the hard way he shouldn't try to flee from Mentor Police. He's now in Cleveland MetroHealth Medical Center lucky to not have been beheaded after crashing his stolen vehicle under a flat-bed tractor trailer rig at about 8:30 a.m. April 24.

Perry robotics teams head to world championship

by Submitted

Perry - Perry High School is pleased to announce that two teams are on their way to the 2018 VEX Robotics World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky. Now entering its 11th year, the VEX World Championship will bring together the top 1,400 student-led robotics teams from around the world to the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, April 25-28.

New housing rehab program for seniors

by Submitted

LAKE COUNTY - The Lake County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce that beginning April 2018, Western Reserve Community Development Corporation (WRCDC) will begin a new housing rehabilitation program for seniors with funding from the Senior Services Levy.

Uniting the community in the fight against addiction

by Robin Luthanen

PAINESVILLE – A Lake County woman’s vision for a local rally to meet the needs of those struggling with addiction has blossomed into a multi-day faith-based ministry event, scheduled for Aug. 24 and 25 at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 1301 Mentor Ave. in Painesville Township.

VA to open outpatient clinic in Willoughby

by Glen Miller

Willoughby – The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is preparing to open a new Lake County health outpatient clinic in a large Willoughby office building located off SOM Center Road.

Council states disappointment in mayor

by Marian McMahon

PERRY VILLAGE – Council members were somber during discussion before passing a motion stating their lack of confidence in Mayor Vicky Stevens, who was not present, at the April 12 meeting.