Cody Anderson got his first start with the Indians over the weekend. Find out all about the Tribes new hurler from Indians insider Bob DiBiasio.
The International Festival is underway. Don Nickerson welcomes everyone to the event with the annual breakfast speech .
Get to know the new Lorain County Schools new superintendent, Tom Tucker.
Mayor Chase Rittenhauer stops by the WEOL booth at the International Festival for a chat with Bruce and Craig.
Life lessons, International Festival and football, Glenville coach Ted Ginn Sr. talks about it all with Bruce, Craig and Tim.
Rick Haney talks about the inspiration that strikes him when posting the church signs at the Columbia Rd. Baptist Church in North Olmsted.
Brittanie Fowler visited the Browns training camp, and caught up with Johnny Manziel.
Counterfeit medication is a big problem, and Dr. Carmen Catizone–joined by Libby Baney–talked about finding an online pharmacy that is both legal and safe.
Les Szekely talked with Steve Schauer of the Black River Astronomical Society, who talked about the World Wide Solstice Festival.
And Dr. Hunter Peckham phoned in with some facts and tips about concussions.
The WEOL Morning Show wrapped up its Spotlight on Elyria by talking with:
Dr. Donald Sheldon, from University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center
Cynthia Kushner, from Lorain County Community College
Brandon Rutherford, who talked about Invest Elyria
And Nick Cobos, from Cobos Insurance
It’s Day Two of WEOL’s Spotlight on Elyria, and Bruce and Craig talked with:
Jim Ziemnik from the Lorain County Metroparks
Charlie Neff from Lorain County Board of Mental Health
Dr. Tom Jama, incoming Superintendent of Elyria City Schools
Dave Blevins and Marci Coen from Murray Ridge Center
Keith Bailey from Lorain County Solid Waste
And Elyria Police Chief Duane Whitely.
The WEOL Morning Show is shining the Spotlight on Elyria, with Bruce and Craig talking with:
Tribe Vice President Bob DiBiasio
Lorain County Horticulturalist Charles Behnke
Lisa Bowman of Elyria Parks and Recreation
Scott Ferris from Lorain County Children Services
And Holly Brinda, Mayor of Elyria.
Brittanie Fowler took the Morning show microphone to talk with Cleveland Browns defensive end Billy Winn about his life and getting into professional sports.
In part two of the interview, Billy Winn talks about playing for the Browns.