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Leadership Thorugh Partnership

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

On this edition of Leadership Through Partnership, WEOL’s Craig Adams speaks with Lorain County Commissioner Matt Lundy about Manufacturing in Lorain County.

First Response: A Project of the ADAS Board

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

On this edition, Brian Lilly speaks Thomas Stuber of the ADAS Board about recovering from addiction.

2018 Jamies Carpet Shop Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger

Friday, August 24th, 2018

The Jamie’s Carpet Shop Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger campaign is back for the 2018 High School Football Season.

Fore every touchdown scored during a high school football WEOL radio broadcast, Jamie’s Carpet Shop will donate $10 dollars to the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio.

During Week 9 of the season,  Elyria Catholic and Normandy combined for eight touchdowns on Thursday evening. On Friday night, during our radio broadcast at Amherst, the Comets and Avon Eagles combined for 10 more touchdowns raising another  $180 for The Second Harvest Food Bank.

After adding this weeks $180 total to the current season total of $830, the new grand total after 9 weeks of high school football is $1,010!

More money will be raised for the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio this Friday night on WEOL when Elyria Catholic hosts Rocky River in our final radio broadcast of the regular season. Make sure to listen to AM930 and WEOL.com Stream 1 to hear all the action live starting at 6:30pm.

Fore the complete WEOL Schedule visit the high school football page here on WEOL. For great flooring, visit Jamie’s Carpet Shop. Click here or on the image visit their website.

Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor Betty Sutton

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE
Rich Cordray and Betty Sutton speak to those in attendance at the Laborers’ Union Local 758, in Lorain, on Tuesday afternoon, February 20.

Betty Sutton who is running on the Democratic Governor’s ticket with Richard Cordray is in Oberlin this week.

During her time in Lorain County she will speak with residents about the importance of clean, sustainable and affordable energy.

On Tuesday morning she joined Bruce and Craig on the WEOL Morning Show to speak about her trip to Oberlin, why she felt now was the time to run for the Lt. Governor’s position, and what she and Richard Cordray hope to do if they win the November election.

Hear the entire interview here.