The WEOL Morning Show

Monday, 4/9/2018

Monday, April 9th, 2018

7:20am – Indians walked off on Sunday picking up their first series win of 2018. This morning we talked with the Tribes Bob DiBiassio about the weekend victory. 7:58

7:40am – This week the Ohio Association of County  Behavioral Health Authorities is collaborating with the Attorney General’s office in a week of appreciation for those on the front line of Ohio’s opiate epidemic. Spokeswoman Elaine Gorgas talked about how they plan to honor those doing good. 9:17

8:10amSherrana Axford of Lorain County Habitat for Humanity tells us about the upcoming Women Build project. 5:19

8:40amAlan Weiss‘ new book “Three Score and More”, explains how we should not look at age as a weakness in the workforce, but rather an advantage. 13:54

Wednesday, 4/4/2018

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

7:50am – Lorain County Community College is hosting a career fair on Monday. Learn more about the event with the college’s Marcia Jones.  10:37

8:10am – The United Way of Greater Lorain County is hosting their annual Celebration of Community Impact event on Thursday morning. Spokesman Ryan Aroney talks more about the event. 9:53

8:40am – HGTV Star Chip Wade gives quick easy spring steps to free up more time. 8:01


Tuesday, 4/3/2018

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

7:40am Benjamin Carter Hett talks bout his new book, The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic.  13:33


Monday, 4/2/2018

Thursday, April 5th, 2018

7:20am – Talking Indians opening weekend with the Tribes VP of Communications, Bob DiBiasio9:24

8:10am – April is National Fair Housing Month. This morning Elyria Fair Housing board spokesperson LaTaunya Conley told us more about their upcoming Fair Housing Conference. 13:17