News Category

New logo revealed for Artstown Shopping Cente

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Attendees at the recent Heritage Avon Lake’s lecture series event Tales from the Rales of the Lake Shore Electric Railway were given an advance look at the Artstown Shopping Center’s new signage, which embraces the plaza’s history as stop 65 along the Lake Shore Electric Railway. Plaza owner and train enthusiast Tom Sutton was a presenter at the event.

By KAREN UTHE-SEMANCIK

AVON LAKE – Everything …Read More

Scouts experience life lesson in civic participation

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

actively participated in the most recent Lakeshore Connectivity planning meeting. Pictured are Jordan Lawrence, left, Emily Mcelheny, Annabella Satmary, Trinity Gunder and Amanda Mcelveny. (Press photo – Michele Murphy)

BY MICHELE MURPHY

LORAIN COUNTY – What would five 11-year old girls do with $10 million?

The members of Sheffield Lake’s Junior Girl Scout Troop 50178 had a blast spending it on projects to encourage walking or cycling and …Read More

First phase of Lakefront connectivity plan moves forward

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

 

Sheffield Lake – The far west end of the city would be beautified by running a canal from the lake under Lake Road into what is currently the parking area at Shoreway Shopping Center to create a marina. The marina would be surrounded by town homes. Restaurants with lake views would be constructed on the site as well. Plans call for retaining the Apple’s …Read More

Avon Lake plant manager inspiring future engineers

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

“Standing behind a podium really is not my style. I like to be able to get up close and personal, and try to relate to the students,” said Debbie Manzano, plant manager of Ford’s Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake. Manzano was a speaker at last week’s LCCC STEM Showcase. (Photo by Karen Uthe-Semancik

By KAREN UTHE-SEMANCIK

AVON LAKE – Debbie Manzano, plant manager of Ford’s Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, …Read More

Seniors become high school seniors again thanks to Avon High School

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

By KAREN UTHE-SEMANCIK

AVON – Although the years between them spanned as much as eight decades, 40 Avon High School seniors and eight seniors from Avon Place skilled nursing and rehabilitation shared lunch last week as part of an intergenerational outreach event.

“We both have peanut butter and jelly,” squealed Kayla Joherl, 17, to lunch date, Rosa Oehlke, 81.

As the mother of three boys (and now five …Read More