Bruce and Craig go global, and spoke with Antoine Raymond, president and CEO of the A-Raymond Network of Companies, about their facility in Brunswick and how it serves the community.
And they talked with Patti LaPorte about another an event that garners world-wide fame…the Avon Duck Tape Festival!
This Saturday from 10 until 2, Elyria’s Church of the Open Door will host the largest health fair ever held in Lorain County, and Bruce and Craig spoke with Bob Wickens about this free event.
Saturday is also the date of the annual Juneteenth Celebration Festival in Oberlin, and Adenike Sharpley spoke about the history behind the celebration, and some of the things you’ll find happening around Tappan Square.
Craig and Bruce were ready to roll up their sleeves when supermodel Nikki Taylor phoned in to talk about World Blood Donor Day.
Bruce and Craig talked with Chelsea Hagan from Ohio State about the Eco Car 3.
The Lorain County General Health District sent Commissioner Dave Covell to the Morning Show studios to talk about their Water First for Thirst campaign.
And Rick Noland of the Chronicle Telegram previewed NBA Finals Game One.
Strawberry season is fast approaching, and we caught up with Lorain County Judge Mark Betleski about the Elyria Kiwanis Strawberry Festival!
The Road to Hope 5K & 1 Mile Walk is coming up on Saturday, June 20th – benefiting the Road to Hope House! The goal of the Road to Hope house is to provide an abstinence-based 12 step environment within which the addicted person can receive the tools to become a productive member of society.
Putting people to work…the goal of Express Employment Professionals in Elyria. We caught up with Chad Grude.
Bill Harper from the United Way of Greater Lorain County talks about their summer collaborations.
Dr. David Spigel of the Sarah Cannon Research Institute tells us about the latest research on lung cancer.
Is the Tribe still the hottest team in baseball? We checked in with V.P. Bob DiBiasio!