Goodwill Industries is gearing up for Wednesday’s job fair, and we’ll found out who’s hiring with Goodwill’s Martin Leibas.
Janet Haar, Executive Director of the Oberlin Business Partnership talks about tomorrow’s Earth Day – Earth Me event taking place in Oberlin.
The Elyria Sunrise Rotary will present the 14th annual Pizza Challenge tomorrow! Rotary representative and WEOL account executive Thad Monkowski dropped in the studio to provide details!
Is recycling at a crossroads? Sharon H. Kneiss, president and CEO of the National Waste & Recycling Association discusses he challenges of ecology vs. economy.
It’s time to talk Tribe with Bobby D.! We review the Cleveland Indians’ weekend and look forward to another week of baseball.
Spring is in the air and Rick Novak of the Lorain Port Authority tells us what’s new this year.
What’s new at The AbbeWood in Elyria? A lot! From the Spring Open House to concerts & cruises, Tracey Murphy fills us in.
It has been voted the “Best of Lorain County Charitable Race”… and we talked with Andrea Scheetz of the Love-A-Stray 5K and Dog Walk in Avon Lake.
Jeff Knopp from Behnke Landscaping and Architecture, was hired to help the Lorain County Metroparks. He shares his plan the future of Cascade Park in Elyria.
WEOL AM 930 is proud to support a performance of the Glenn Miller Orchestra in Elyria, and we got a preview from Kristen Jones of Wesleyan Senior Living.
Things to see and do in Lorain County this spring and summer…we’ll got the scoop from Heather Fraelich of Visit Lorain County!
Tim Gebhardt checked in to talk about the 44th class to be honored into the Elyria Sports Hall of Fame on May 2nd.
Award-winning author/columnist Regina Brett her new book God is Always Hiring; 50 Lessons for Finding Fulfilling Work.
The nation’s #1 real estate broker, Fredrik Eklund dropped in to talk about his new book, “The Sell”.
Upward & onward! It was a rough series with Detroit, but Bob DiBiasio spreads some light on upcoming events.
Steve Sanders gets us ready for EarthFest!
Dozens of people gathered in Pittsfield on Saturday to commemorate 50 years since the Palm Sunday tornado.
- Dan Clark, President of the Pittsfield Township Historical Society with the opening remarks.
- Part One: focused on those who were killed
- Part Two: focuses on those who survived
- Part Three: focuses on changes in weather forecasting that resulted from the Palm Sunday tornados