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Circle K holds grand opening in Madison

MADISON, Nov. 11 - Circle K is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of their newest store location: 5999 North Ridge Rd, Madison.
The new convenience store hosted its grand opening events on Friday, Nov. 13.
There are always great deals at Circle K, but to celebrate the new store,

Wildwood looking for holiday crafters

MENTOR - The City of Mentor's Wildwood Cultural Center and Community Arts Commission will sponsor the Holiday Display and Craft Show Sunday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Wildwood Cultural Center, 7645 Little Mountain Rd. in Mentor. There are a few tables spaces left

Fourth Annual Women's Winterfest & Holiday Food Tasting

MENTOR – The Women’s Leadership Council of the United Way of Lake County will host its Fourth Annual Women's Winterfest & Holiday Food Tasting Thursday, Dec. 3 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at NOAH’S in Mentor.
Women’s Winterfest and Holiday Food Tasting is a fun-filled evening for women featuring a variety of food

Willoughby Hills Community Center Art Gallery has new curator

WILLOUGHBY HILLS - Lee Tobin is the new curator of the Willoughby Hills Community Center Art Gallery. Tobin is replacing John Davis who left Willoughby Hills and moved to Cleveland where he is once again doing his art, mingling with other area artists on a daily basis, and has opened his own gallery.
Tobin is a freelance photographer working in portraiture, fine art photography

School will 'Stuff the Bus' for Sub Zero

PAINESVILLE - The Sub Zero Mission is collecting any new or used winter clothing, outerwear, blankets or sleeping bags to provide to homeless persons during the upcoming winter months. The majority of the recipients of the items are veterans. Help Heritage students stuff the bus so that "no veteran should have to freeze to death." Donated items may be dropped off any school day at Heritage Middle School at 135 Cedarbrook Drive through Nov. 19.

Samaritan House welcoming donations

ASHTABULA - The Samaritan House, Ashtabula’s homeless shelter, is asking for donations to help meet the needs of the Ashtabula County residents who use the shelter.
The Samaritan House, P.O. Box 743, Ashtabula, began as an idea with a group of area ministers in 1987, Manager Matt Painter said. 

Shop the street at Perry's annual street sale Aug. 1

PERRY VILLAGE - Perry's annual street sale will take place rain or shine on Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Collectibles, antiques, furniture, clothing, toys, specialty items and much more. Sale runs along Main Street, Center Street, Manchester, Village allotments and throughout Perry Village.
Thanks to the generosity of the Perry schools, Perry Village Park Committee will have 20' x 30' vendor spaces available at the Center Road soccer field. The charge for a 20' x 30' space is $25 or a 40' x 60' is $35. For reservations call Perry Village at (440) 259-2671 or (440) 477-6824.
While shopping the streets of Perry Village, stop by the Perry Historical Museum for a tour and check out the Chinese auction. Purchase tickets and take a chance at winning great prizes.

Hackenberg receives hospital award

CONCORD TOWNSHIP - I. James Hackenberg, Esq., a member of the Lake Health Board of Trustees, received the 2015 Dr. Eli Crew Community Service Excellence Award at the Ohio Hospital Association’s (OHA) annual recognition dinner. The award, which is one of OHA’s longest-standing leadership honors,