University Hospitals’ Linda Hamann spoke with Bruce this morning about the upcoming Women’s Health Expo that will take place on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Spitzer Conference Center.
At age 25, former Appalachian State basketball standout Omar Carter was playing in a semi-professional game in North Carolina when he suffered a 13-minute sudden cardiac arrest. Today, Omar Carter stopped by the morning show to tell us his story and how we can try to prevent a similar attack.
Don’t be afraid of a little DIY…HGTV’s Sabrina Soto came on the show today to give us tips and ideas about how to improve our homes at a reasonable price.
The Tribe continued to play the role of Yankees killers over the weekend taking 3-of-4 games from New York. Indians Vice President Bob DiBiasio told us why things are continuing to look up for the Tribe.
Two preseason games are now in the books for the Browns. The Chronicles Scott Petrak, who is back in Berea with the team, told us what he thinks about the Browns and their last preseason game with the Bills.
Kim Meyers, President of the Lorain County Fair, lets us know what we can expect when the gates open on Monday.
Spending time in the great outdoors can help relieve the stresses of postwar for many veterans. However, many US parks and reserves are being diminished and closed in United States. The Vet Voice Foundation is fighting to help keep parks and waterways open to Americans and its Veterans. Today, Garrett Reppenhagen from the Vet Voice Foundation talked with Bruce about his experience on the front lines, how nature helped him through some tough times when he returned state side and the importance of the Land and Conservation Fund.
Frank Whitfield, CEO of the Lorain County Urban League, previewed the Lorain County Urban League’s upcoming gala (Sept. 18) and told us how he and the organization are looking to the future.
Janet Herman Barlow, from Lorain County Community College, stooped in this morning to give us a preview of the upcoming season at the Stocker Arts Center.