North Ridgeville Mayor Dave Gillock stopped by to talk about the current road construction going on Lear-Nagle road.
and The Fourth Annual Shoremen Brass Classic takes place at Avon Lake Memorial Stadium tomorrow night. The event will feature some of the best marching bands from the area and around the world facing off at the highest level of competition. David Eddleman, Avon Lake High School’s Director of Bands, gave us an in depth preview of this years affair on today’s Morning Show.
A tough weekend for the Indians getting swept by the White Sox in four games. Indians Vice President Bob DiBiasio lets us know where things went wrong, and what we should expect going forward against the Royals in the Tribes next series.
There are four new faces in the halls of Copperstown. Find out all about Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony with the man who was there, Joe Valore.
Lorain County 4-H has a new extension agent. Lizz Share stopped by the Morning Show to talk about her new role in the organization and future plans for 4-H in Lorain County.
The Indians took 2-of-3 games from the Reds over the weekend. On Sunday all four of the Indians runs came on basses loaded walks. Indians insider, Bob DiaiBiasio talked about the slow paced win, and hit us with his weekly Tribe Trivia.
The Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington will come alive tomorrow with the annual meeting of the Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Coperative. Terry Mazzone, spokesman for the event,talked about the fun that will be available for families and the debut of the new high voltage electric safety demonstration trailer.
With mathematics you can find the answer. Jordan Ellenberg, Author of How Not to be Wrong….The Power of Mathematical Thinking, gave us a new age math lesson.
It started as a college Branch of Oberlin and later became a station on the Underground Railroad. The Burrell Homestead has been a huge part of Ohio History since its construction. Burrell Homestead’s, Matt Kocsis told us about the importance of this historic landmark.
Sheffield Lake Mayor Dennis Bring stopped in to shine the spotlight on his city.
The History of the Burrell Homestead dates back to a time even before the Burrell’s. Curator and John Otis Hower Chair of Archaeology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Brian Redmond let us know about the history that is currently being unearthed at the Burrell Homestead.
Let’s take a walk. Jennifer Bracken, Assistant Director of the Lorain County Metro Parks, spoke with Bruce and Craig about the Silver Sneakers program.
Some big plays are coming to the French Creek Nature and Arts Center. Rick Fortney, Artistic Director of the TrueNorth Cultural Arts, announced the new season’s schedule, and he previewed the Pajama Game which is currently playing at the French Creek Nature and Arts Center through July 26.
Volunteers play a large role in maintaining the Sheffield Public Parks. Ruth Horvath, from Friends of the Lorain County Metro Parks, Let us know about her experiences and how others can get involved in the program.
History, future plans, bicentennial events, and more. Sheffield Village Mayor John Hunter shines the light on his village.
From scavenger hunts to golf outings, the Lorain County Metro Parks has some great times ahead for the summer. Vanessa Klesta, Public Information Officer for the LCMP, lets us know all about the upcoming fun events.
Historian Eddie Herdendorf opened the show by letting us in on a little Sheffield history.
Lorain County Metro Parks Ranger Brian Holmes talked about his involvement in the parks and the nature that can be seen in Sheffield.
Pam Coghlan, of the Domonkas Library, talked superheros, books and Harper Lee with Bruce and Craig.
Sheffield Lake is a finalist in the Petsafe Bark for Your Park Contest. Russell the dog, along with owners Madison and Julie Kovalik, stooped in to urge everyone to help the town win a $100,000 grand prize to build an off-leash dog park. You can place your vote right here. http://www.petsafe.net/
In our final segment, the spotlight shined on business with the North Coast Chamber of Commerce’s Ray Gilles and John Sobolewski.