Lorain County Metro Parks recently held its annual Road to Freedom program at French Creek Reservation.
Sheffield Village News
by Michele Murphy
In just over nine months, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Lorain Community-based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC), located in Sheffield Village, enrolled 475 area veterans for services for the first time. Connie Duensing, medical administrative officer, attributes a percentage of the growth to increased visibility resulting from the move to Sheffield Village from Lorain last summer.
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Jennifer Bernard’s journey to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began when her brother-in-law served in Iraq. It heightened her awareness of the needs of returning combat veterans. So when she saw a job posting for a position at the VA, she decided to leave the private sector and did her own version of “signing up to serve.”
9:10 a.m. David Graves is already at his office in Sheffield Lake City Hall reviewing overnight police reports. Someone’s in jail for domestic violence. Graves knows he will have to maneuver his schedule a bit to get to court for an arraignment in this case. For the layperson, an arraignment is typically held within 24 hours of an arrest. This is where a defendant hears charges being brought against him or her, bail is set and a pretrial date is scheduled. As prosecutor for the city, Graves works closely with Sheffield Lake police Chief Tony Campo and arresting officers as he determines charges to be brought against an individual.
The arrival of wheels was cause for celebration among RAHA Tribe members who are in the process of building an entirely new robot — The Rock 2.0 — to participate in world competition.