Spring is trying to arrive, and Chuck Behnke stopped by to tell us what we should be doing in our yard and garden.
When he was still a reporter for WEOL, Neil Zurcher was called upon to cover the Pittsfield Tornado of 1965.
And Lynn Youngblood, from the Pittsfield Historical Society, visited our studios to talk about the tornado and the upcoming dedication ceremony, marking the 50th anniversary of that tragic day.
Susan Spivey, Columbia Branch Librarian Supervisor was our guest this morning. She talked to us about a number of upcoming events including Carnival Night, Fine Forgiveness and Ohio Library Day!
The “Minerva Monster” is coming to the Big Screen, and we got to chat with Seth Breedlove about the tale of the creature spotted in Stark County in 1978.
The Oberlin Choristers are preparing for their “Singing Celebration” concert in Lorain, and we caught up with Artistic Director Jennifer Call.
Avon Lake Drama Club cast members joined us in-studio this morning to talk about their upcoming show: Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!
WEOL is proud to support “Bowl For Kids Sake” presented by Big Brothers Big Sisters! CEO/President Lise Day and Joan Samkow joined the show with more info!
Elyria Mayor Holly Brinda and former mayor Bill Grace square off at CHIP forum in Lorain. Audio
Our friend Ryan Aroney from the United Way of Greater Lorain County returns to talk about the upcoming campaign.
Play ball! Bob DiBiasio of the Cleveland Indians begins his weekly preview of all-things-Tribe,
The dynamic Pet Duo Charlotte Reed and Dr. Fleck come to us live from the NY International Auto Show sharing with WEOL listeners about pet safety.
The Elyria Board of Education has selected its next chief of schools: Dr. Thomas Jama!
The United Way of Greater Lorain County is wrapping up its 2014/2015 campaign, and we got an update from Executive Director Bill Harper.
Lorain County Health Commissioner Dave Covell covers immunizations, car seats, fitness walks and safe sleep for infants!
March is National Kidney Month… Dr. Marijo Bilusic sheds light on an often silent deadly kidney cancer.