The WEOL Morning Show


Monday, December 5th, 2022

12/5/22 8:20 If the past few years have taught us anything, they have emphasized the importance of making meaningful connections, despite physical distance. As we approach the giving season, Roya Winner, Communications Manager for Social Impact at Meta, stopped by to discuss the seemingly small but mighty ways people can use their products to make a positive impact in the real world and turn ordinary connections into extraordinary ones! (5:30)

12/5/22 8:40 It’s a victory Monday with The Chronicle-Telegram’s Cleveland Browns beat reporter Scott Petrak! Scott broke down yesterday’s win in Houston over the Texans despite some rust from quarterback Deshaun Watson in his first game back. (12:44)


Friday, December 2nd, 2022

12/2/22 7:20 Friday mornings bring us our Champions of Education, presented by the Nordson Corporation, building self-renewing products the world uses every single day! This week, we’re talking wrestling, specifically, girls wrestling! It’s on the rise in Lorain County and across the globe. Our own Rocco Nuosci, along with Tom Evans, caught up with Columbia girls wrestling coach Hannah Ferry who will lead the Lady Raiders this season. (5:49)

12/2/22 7:40 Beginning this Saturday, The Chronicle-Telegram will publish an expanded print and digital replica edition every Saturday! The Chronicle-Telegram Weekend Edition will have all the features of the Sunday paper, delivered to your door or digital device a day early! Publisher Bill Hudnutt joined the guys to talk about the change and what it will mean for CT subscribers. (9:43)

12/2/22 8:10 The game of baseball lost a legend this Thursday as two-time Cy Young Award winner Baseball Hall-of-Famer Gaylord Perry passed away at the age of 84. Bob DiBiasio from the Cleveland Guardians stopped by to talk about the life and playing days of Perry, who did some of his best work with Cleveland from 1972 until he was traded in 1975. (11:47)


Thursday, December 1st, 2022

12/1/22 7:20 Deshaun Watson is back under center in a regular season game for the first time since 2020. How will the Cleveland Browns handle the return of their starting quarterback? John Telich breaks that down, plus much more on the orange and brown, on this week’s Budweiser’s From the Sidelines, presented by North Ridgeville Convenient Sunoco on Center Ridge and Barton Roads. (19:57)

12/1/22 7:40 Why does Lorain County Public Health have an interest in substance use? How are they helping prevent overdose deaths? Program Manager Katie Bevan and Health Education Specialist Sam Meluch stopped by to share more. Plus, Katie and Sam gave us a sneak peek at tonight’s Zero Proof Mix Off to promote sober driving this holiday season, taking place at the Spitzer Conference Center of Lorain County Community College! (12:52)

12/1/22 8:10 Touchdown… to tackle hunger, that is! Once again this season for every touchdown heard on WEOL, Jamie’s Carpet Shop in Amherst, Elyria, and Sandusky, donated $10 to the Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger campaign with the Second Harvest Food Bank! The total this year is $1,500, and Jamie’s owner Chris Zeitler along with Susan Bartosch of the Second Harvest Food Bank joined the guys to talk about the campaign and what donation dollars mean to those in need. (8:55)


Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

11/30/22 7:20 It’s the Local Beat with Dave O’Brien, brought to you by Vandemark Jewelers on East Broad Street in Elyria, a trusted name in jewelry! This week, the guys discuss a recent pay raise approval in Amherst for its workers. Plus, Republican Jeff Riddell looks to be the new Lorain County Commissioner as the Board of Elections has certified his victory over incumbent Democrat Matt Lundy. However, an automatic recount will take place on December 7th with Riddell’s victory coming by just 136 votes. (9:36)