Jeff Campbell and Keith Behrendt of the Dover players are helping end the North Olmsted Bicentennial with a bang. From Nov. 6-8 the Dover players will perform the original play Township 6 Range 15 written by Jeff and Keith about the history of North Olmsted. Today the Duo came by the Morning show to tell us all about their brain child.
Browns don’t seem to be getting any better after yesterdays 30-9 loss to the Steelers. Today Scott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram let us know his thoughts on the team.
Looking for the perfect holiday gift this season. Find out what Technology Editor James Oppenheim says are the hottest things on the shelves this year. From Guitar Hero Live to the best smartphone and tablet aps, Oppenheim will tell you what to look for as you go do your holiday shopping.
Counterfeit Medications is a growing problem world wide. How can you spot these fake meds? This morning Dr. Carmen A. Catizone came by the Morning Show to tell us the tell tale signs of the illegal counterfeits.
US Treasury Official Gregory Till told us about the national launch of MyRA, a brand new way that people can start saving for retirement.
We got our tune on today! The barbershop group the South Shore Four stopped by the show to tell us about the upcoming Now and Then Show this Saturday at the Lorain Palace Theater. They even gave us a preview of their performance.
On this Veteran’s Day Steve Ruckman of the Purple Heart Foundation talked with Bruce and Criag this morning about the organization, how we can honor the sacrifice that military veterans have made for our country and what you can do to help them now.
We took a look at last nights Republican Presidential Candidate Debate with political analyst David Arredondo.
What’s your favorite toy? Is it in the Toy Hall of Fame? Find out with Chris Bensch of the National Toy Hall of Fame.
Looking for something to read in you “free time”? Try Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader. This morning we talked with the books editor Gordon Javna about some of the fascinating reads you’ll find inside.
40 years ago today the Edmond Fitzgerald was forced to the bottom of Lake Superior by a vicious November storm . Here on Lake Erie November has been famous for strange weather patterns. Today, Meteorologist Jon Loufman shared some strange story’s about the “Witches of November”.
Holiday travel can be costly, but Travel Girl Stephanie Oswalt has some tips that could save you a little money this year.
It’s Healthy Skin Month. Find out how to keep your skin looking youthful and healthy with dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Lee Eberting.
From Ray Farmer’s mid season press conference to the Browns game this week with the Pittsburgh Steelers, The Chronicles Scott Petrak covered it all today on the Morning Show.
Trying to figure out the perfect gift for the holidays? Hear what Suznne Kantra of the Consumer Electronic Association has to say about that.
We talked with Lilly Eskelsen Garcia, President of the National Education Association, about the current issues impacting students in the states.
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have a coat this winter. Today we spoke with Shirley Messaros of Coats for Elyria Kids about their upcoming coat drive. If you would like help, stop by the American Legion parking lot on Gulf Road and Ohio Street this weekend from 12pm -2pm.