On Tuesday night, Elyria Mayor Holly Brinda was elected to a second term. Today we spoke the Mayor Brinda about the election and her plans for the future of the city.
On Sunday Nov. 8 Amherst will hold their annual Emily’s Hopeful Holiday. Proceeds from the event will go to help family’s whose children are fighting cancer. Laura Zichi, one of the events founders, came by the show today to tell us about what you can expect to see when you make your way to Amherst this Sunday.
As the days grow shorter many people find it harder to stay active. While it may be enticing to simply pull a blanket over yourself and watch TV, Lorain County General Health District’s Cindy Modie and Katie Bevan have a few tips, ideas and programs that will help you stay healthy and active in the cold months ahead.
The Holiday’s are coming, and that means a lot of travel for some people. Today we spoke with Ted Allen, host of Food Network’s Chopped, about some travel tips that will help you lighten that suitcase.
Whats cooking in the kitchen this holiday season, find out with Alexandra Guarnaschulli of the hit Food Network show Iron Chef.
This morning Bruce and Craig spoke with Tuesday night’s big winners. Below, you can hear what the winning candidates had to say.
Avon Lake Mayor – Greg Zilka
North Ridgeville Mayor – Dave Gillock
Lorain Mayor – Chase Ritenauer
It’s a Chili – Cook Off/Auction on Saturday (Nov.7) at Westwood Middle School. There will be 25 teams competing for the title of best chili in town. All proceeds from Saturdays event will go to the 8th graders educational trip to Washington D.C. For more on the weekends big cook-off we spoke with Westwood Middle School Assistant Principal Jim Rollence and Principal Theresa Lengel.
Bailey Kushner and Gwen Stembridge of the United Way of Greater Lorain County came by the studio today to tell us about their Homeless Stand Down Initiative and other upcoming volunteer opportunities.
The Browns looked rough on Sunday in their 34 – 20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. What went wrong, and can they fix it in time for Thursday night against undefeated Cincinnati? We talked to Scott Petrak, Chronicle Telegram Cleveland Browns beat writer, about that this morning.
Every year Kelly Grucinski, a psychology professor at Lorain County Community College, gathers holiday cards for the troops and sends them out to the men and women serving overseas. In 2007, one of Gruscinski’s cards landed in the Hands of Akeem Inniss, an Army National Guard Specialist from the U.S. Virgin Islands. Streaming from the card the two struck up a friendship and have been pen pals ever since. Today, Gruscinski joined us on the morning show and told us the story of her special friendship with the Innis.
Another Republican debate is in the books, now it’s time to break it down. Political annalist David Arredondo joined Bruce and Craig this morning to give us his take on last nights event in Boulder.
Conflict is bound to happen in the work place, but how do we deal with it? Edgar Papke, author of Elephant In The Boardroom, gave us some tips on how to deal with office disagreements this morning.
Paranormal Podcast host Jim Harold got us in the Halloween spirit this morning with some real life ghosts stories.
Ohio is home to some of the spookiest places in america, just ask the man who has done the research. James Willis, author of Ohio’s Historic Haunts, took us though his experiences as a paranormal researcher.