The WEOL Morning Show


Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Bruce and Craig spoke with Dr. Angela Campbell, an expert with the Centers for Disease Control, about protection your family this flu season.

Amy Higgins from the Elyria Schools spoke about a special, interactive presentation called “Hidden in Plain Sight” that’s designed to alert adults about risky behavior in teens.

Nicer weather is around the corner, and Rosanna Hrabnicky called in to talk about the Great Big Home + Garden Show, coming to the IX Center.

And Tony Gallo joined Bruce and Craig in-studio to preview this week’s annual meeting of the Lorain County Chamber of Commerce.

Friday, 1/19/2018

Friday, January 19th, 2018

7:40am – Risk: A Tale of Wall Street author Robert Levey tells us about his new book 11:32

8:10am – Hear how a documentary about the Minerva Monster  turned into a yearly festival in the small Ohio town with the movie’s maker Seth Breedlove 10:47

Thursday, 1/18/18

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

7:20amPhysiologists and authors of the book Happy Together, James Pawelski and Suzann Pileggi Pawelski told us about love and the different types. 7:30

7:40am – Why are the countries top hospitals getting bad reviews on social median. Find out with Vanguard Communications CEO Ron Rarman King6:51

8:10am – South Amherst is celebrating their centennial this year. Hear more about the festivities planed with spokesman Bill Jones. 8:25

8:40amBarb Piscopo of the Lorain Historical Society told us about their new cookbook which will reflect the international heritage of the city. 11:40

Tuesday, 1/18/2018

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

8:10amTom Blackburn of the Lorain County Veteran Services lets us know how veterans can get the most out of the government’s new benefits. 11:13