7:40am – Is you small business ready for 2017? Find out with small business expert Carol Roth.
7:20am – Christmas can be one of the loneliest times of the year especially for older adults without family. Loneliness now affects more than 8 million older adults. AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh Ryerson talked about the growing epidemic.
7:40am – Joyce Davis, director of health promotion and chronic disease prevention of the Lorain County General Health District, talked with Bruce and Craig about steps you can take to prevent falling, adult health services and how to stay in top shape.
7:20am – Medicine is ever evolving. Today, we have the ability to test cancer cells and use specific treatments to target the disease. Dr. Balazs Halmos, Director of Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology, told us about the importance of testing in advanced lung cancer treatment, including new options, such as non-invasive tests that use blood samples instead of tissue biopsies.
8:40am – The city of North Ridgeville will be hosting their annual Holiday on the Ridge this Saturday. Spokesperson Marjorie Snyder told us about the events that will take place during the festive day.
7:20am – 2016 saw major disasters in the US increase by 50 percent. Through the floods, wildfires, earthquakes and hurricanes the Red Cross has always been there to help those in need. This morning Red Cross President and CEO Gail J. McGovern told us how we can help the Red Cross in their disaster relief.
8:20am – Sandi Domain and Rosie Shepherd stopped by the station to tell us what is going on at the Boys and Girls Club of Lorain County.
8:40am – The United Way of Greater Lorain County’s Ryan Aroney told us about the organizations latest collaborative and how you can volunteer to help you community.
7:40am – Over 150 Catholic schools, parishes, and organizations are excited to be participating in the first-ever online day of catholic giving in Northeast Ohio called We Give Catholic. This morning Patrick Grace, executive Director of the Catholic Community Foundation, told us more about Tuesday’s event.
8:10am – Dan Maly of the Lorain County airport let us know bout the upcoming Santa Fly-in and Pancake Breakfast.
8:20am – WEOL Political Analyst David Arredondo recently visited Cuba. This morning he joined us to talk about what he saw and share his thoughts on the passing of former Cuban President Fidel Castro.
8:40am – Browns lost their 12th in a row Sunday to the New York Giants. We spoke with the Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak about the game.
7:20am – Millions of Americans struggle with the impacts of bladder conditions and diseases each day in America. This morning Dr. Kathleen Kobashi talked to Bruce and Craig about the impact of bladder health in the country.
8:40am – This Black Friday take you shopping skills to Oberlin. Janet Haar of the Oberlin Business Partnership let us know about the fun festivities taking place in Oberlin this Black Friday during the big shopping day.
7:20am – Diabetes is a leading cause of new cases of blindness in people age 20-74. This morning Dr. Michael Cooney let us know more about diabetic eye disease and how it is affecting 29 million people in the United States.
7:40am – Katie Bevan and Kat Evers of the United Way of Greater Lorain County stopped by the station this morning to let us know about the upcoming Zero Proof Mix-Off next Thursday.
8:10am – On Dec. 2 the National Museum of the Great Lakes will screen a documentary about the WWII on the Great Lakes in Lakewood. This morning we learned more about the film and the museum with executive director Chris Gillcrist.
8:40am – Venessa Klesta of the Lorain County Metro Parks told Bruce and Craig about the holiday themed trails and displays being presented by the Metro Parks this year.