Sheffield Lake News

Brookside Intermediate students enjoy a prelude to Valentine’s Day

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Valentine’s Day came just a little early to Brookside Intermediate students who celebrated at the end of the school day last Friday.

Sheffield Lake council races are either set or unsettled

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Rocky Radeff, Ward 2 candidate

Bill Wtulich, Jr., Ward 3

Mark Erdei, Ward 4

Sheffield Lake

By Michele Murphy

Current Sheffield Lake Councilmen Bill Wtulich Jr., Ward 3, and Mark Erdei, Ward 4, have been assured of four more years on council as no one filed petitions to run against them by the Feb. 1 filing deadline. Ward 1 incumbent Leanna Stark did not file petitions on time and reports …Read More

Salute to Scouts for dedicated service here and across America

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Today is National Boy Scouts Day. March 12 is National Girl Scouts Day and Aug. 1 is National Eagle Scouts Day. Great youth deserve special days to recognize them and Scouts are among the very deserving.

According to the websites of Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts USA, there are currently just under 5 million Scouts across the country, ranging in age from 6 to …Read More

Brookside students know a visit to the principal’s office can be a good thing

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Sheffield Village/Sheffield Lake

By Michele Murphy

Last Wednesday morning, 60 students at Brookside Intermediate School (BIS) were called to principal Dan Rahm’s office. They were not in trouble. They were recognized by Rahm and their teachers for demonstrating fairness.

How did they show fairness?

Several students among those honored explain.

“It’s allowing others to be able to do what you are able to do,” stated Max, a fifth-grader. Aurora, a …Read More

Coghlan retires as supervisor of Sheffield Lake’s Domonkas library

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

Sheffield Lake

By Michele Murphy

Pamela Coghlan has had a lifelong love affair with books and learning. As she prepares to step down as supervisor of the Domonkas branch of the Lorain Public Library, she recalls visiting her local library as a young girl with her mom and feeling “a sense of connection.”

After college, where she majored in psychology, she worked several years with people with multiple …Read More