The Spotlight on Lorain is underway. If you missed any of the days interviews hear them now on demand by clicking on the Spotlight on Lorain image. As we continue our Spotlight on Lorain Bruce and Craig will talk with more of the local politicians, public school figures and the men and women who run the business that keep the city thriving. This isn’t our first Spotlight series of the year, but it is the first time that our Spotlight features will feature three different locations.
After a successful couple of days at the Lorain Historical Society and the Lorain County Title Office we will conclude our week in Lorain Thursday at the Sunset Terrace at Lakeview Park. Join us tomorrow morning from 7am – 9am on AM930 for our final day of Spotlight on Lorian.
On the WEOL Morning Show, Amherst Schools Athletic Director Casey Wolf announced that the school has laid the ground work for its first Athletic Hall of Fame.
The process for the Hall of Fame started nearly three years ago when Casey Wolf was hired as the schools AD. Now the hard work has paid off as the first class of inductees will be announced in late September during the school’s homecoming festivities.
For those who would like to nominate former Comet athletes, they can do so by filling out a nomination application on the Amherst Schools athletic webpage. July 31st will mark the last day that applications are accepted.
To hear what Casey Wolf had to say about the new Athletic Hall of Fame on the Morning Show, click here.
Everyday on WEOL the doctors and staff of University Hospitals offer you great health advice on the University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center Medical Minute. To hear what the experts have to say, visit our archive page by clicking here. To visit the University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center website click on the image above.