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Bruce Van Dyke and Craig Adams get your day going with live local news, weather with Jon Loufman,  sports, traffic, prizes and quirky stories from around the globe. Interviews are podcast below.


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“Spotlight on Brunswick” Wednesday, 9/30/2015

Find out more about the history of Brunswick with Jeff Niedert, Communications Director of Brunswick.

Brunswick Mayor Ron Falconi stopped by The Morning Show to tell us about the city and his job.

There are plenty of events coming up in October at the Brunswick Recreation Center. Today, Parks and Recreation Director John Piepsny told us all about them.

It’s more than just apples at Mapleside Farms. Hear all about the great attractions coming to the orchard with Mapleside Farm’s Joshua Schmidt.

The roads are all the talk in Brunswick, so we joined the conversation with Brunswick Service Director Patrick McNamara.



“Spotlight on Brunswick” Tuesday, 9/29/2015

Dan Geyer, President of the Brunswick Youth Sports, talked with Bruce and Craig about his experiences with Brunswick’s baseball,softball and T-ball leagues.

Mark Priebe, Board of Directors for Brunswick Area Chamber of Commerce, told us about the area business.

There are some great programs going on now and coming soon to the Medina County District Library. Tina Sabol let us know all about them

Find out what Brunswick and Medina County have to offer with Medina County Conventions and Visitor Bureau’s Dan Hostetler.

“Spotlight on Brunswick” Monday, 9/28/2015

The Indians are just four games out of the Wild Card with a big series coming up against the Twins. Tribe VP Bob DiBiasio talks about the Indians chances at a postseason berth.

Medina County Commissioner Tim Smith told us about the great business in Brunswick and about his upcoming appearance at a local Dancing with the Stars competition for charity.

We learned more about the Cuyahoga Community College Brunswick campus with Director Terri Hradek.

What went wrong on Sunday, and how can the Browns get back into the win column? We talked about that with the Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak.

Assistant Superintendent of Brunswick City Schools Tracy Wheeler told us about he passion for education and the direction the school system is going.

Thursday, 9/24/2015

Dawn Calvert of Team Lorain County came by the show today to tell us about Manufacturing Month in Lorain County.

Get tips for a healthy, vibrant mind with Staying Sharp authors Henry Emmons and Dr. David Alter.

Former Miss America winner, and Ohio native, Jacquelyn Mayer talked about The Celebrate America performance she is putting on at the Sandusky State Theater on October 3rd. Mayer and other former Miss America winners and contestants will be perform songs and dances at the non-profit event.

Secretary of State John Husted spoke with Bruce about a new law that will make starting a business in Ohio a little easier on entrepreneurs wallets.

Wednesday, 9/23/2015

The Educational Service Center of Lorain County’s Moira Erwine came by the show today to give parents tips on how they can help their children prepare for state-mandated testing, and what families can learn from the yearly tests.

Monday, 9/21/2015

The Indians are entering the home stretch. Get the latest news, info and test your Tribe knowledge with the Indian’s Bob DiBiasio on The Morning Show.

After the Browns 28-14 win over the Titans yesterday many believe  Johnny Manziel should remain the starting quarterback. The Chronicles Scott Petrak gives you the latest news on the Browns quarterback situation.

Thursday, 9/17/2015

The second Republican debate is in the books, now get the break down with conservative political analyst David Arredondo.

Senator Sherrod Brown called in to the show this morning and talked to us about the GOP Debate, the Iranian Nuclear Deal and New Legislation that would improve programs for Homeless Veterans in the United States.

The Elyria Rotary Club will be selling Fried Ice Cream this weekend at the Apple Festival. The proceeds  from the  sales of the delicious treat will go to fund a number of projects in the City of Elyria and to the eradication of polio worldwide.  Today, Elyria Rotary Club Co-Chair Mike Gebhardt came by the show to give us more information about the club and their fried ice cream.

Kris Ross and Julie Schoenlein from the Lorain County Children Services told us about the upcoming foster parent information session on Tuesday, September 22.