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North Ridgeville library celebrates summer with sandcastle event

Monday, July 24th, 2017




NORTH RIDGEVILLE – Imagine a sunny day with a nice breeze, and then add pails and shovels to play in the sand. Instead of driving to a distant beach, the North Ridgeville Library provided this experience right on their front lawn last Saturday. More than 45 participants, ranging from toddlers to great-grandparents, took part in this activity, led by the Youth Services …Read More

Avon Lake Community Television

Friday, July 14th, 2017

Week of July 19-25, 2017
Public Access Program Schedule

12:00 AM;   8:00 AM;   4:00 PM     Lake Shore United Methodist Church Sunday Service

1:00 AM;   9:00 AM;   5:00 PM     St. Joseph Catholic Church Sunday Mass

3:00 AM; 11:00 AM;   7:00 PM     Avon Lake Public Library’s “Hillbilly Silly Science Spectacular”

5:00 AM;   1:00 PM;   9:00 PM     The City Club of Cleveland’s “Ohio 2018: Meet the Candidates”


(The Avon Lake United Church of Christ …Read More

Avon Lake student earns Eagle Scout rank

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017


(L-R) Tim Villari, legislative aide to Ohio Sen. Gayle Manning, stopped by to congratulate new Eagle Scout R.J. Prusha. (Photos, Leanne G. Haag)

By Nicole Hennessy

Avon Lake

R.J. Prusha, Avon Lake Boy Scout Troop 334, recently received his Eagle Scout rank, with a ceremony May 28 at the Avon Lake American Legion Post #211.

Avon Lake City Council President Martin O’Donnell, Tim Villari, legislative aide to Ohio Sen. Gayle Manning, as well …Read More

Pharmaceutical lawsuits may encourage clearer path toward solutions in opiate fight

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

By Nicole Hennessy

Avon/Avon Lake/Sheffield/Sheffield Village – Pharmaceutical companies promoted opiate-based pain medications to doctors and patients as non-addictive options to treat acute pain. The federal government simultaneously began incentivizing and judging medical professionals on their ability to treat pain.

This is the basic scenario that led to the current opioid/heroin crisis. The state of Ohio and several individual cities, including Lorain, are now suing pharmaceutical

(L-R) John Stuckey with Ohio Attorney …Read More

Children hone skills and practice kindness while reading to shelter dogs

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

“I LOVE YOU, TOO” – Kindergarten student Connor Chou delights at the affectionate shelter dog he and classmates read to last week as part of Knollwood School’s Reading Buddies program.


By Michele  Murphy

Sheffield Village/Sheffield Lake – While many small children look forward to being read to, 40 kindergarten students from Sheffield-Sheffield Lake’s Knollwood School turned the tables last week when they read to dogs in …Read More