Honoring vets and ‘soldiers at home’
Meet the Oberlin city council candidates
NAACP celebrates 100 years, still work to do
Council poised to expand LGBTQ protections
New police chief hired
- Pickworth elected fair board president - 11:11 am
- A splash of festive red and green - 3:55 pm
- Endowment gives $9K to Oberlin school causes - 9:07 am
- Author’s love of language leads to hadith studies - 2:10 pm
- You can help couple that lost everything in a weekend fire - 1:33 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 3:08 pm
- Gibson’s sues for $200K in dispute with college - 1:34 pm updated: 8:45 am.
- JUST A DRILL: Students practice first aid and CPR - 9:58 am
- Honoring vets and ‘soldiers at home’ - 3:00 pm
- Second Amendment isn’t going anywhere - 11:47 am
- Sonny Rollins gift inspired by social justice legacy - 11:31 am
- Pau wins ‘Jeopardy!’ semifinals berth - 8:35 pm
- Time to clear snow, Charlie Brown - 10:42 am
- LORAIN COUNTY JVS HONOR ROLL - 10:03 am
- Report: Few voters despite important Oberlin races - 9:44 am updated: 9:45 am.
- Low-interest loans OK’d to fix older homes - 1:14 pm updated: 9:21 am.
- Police chief hired after policy vote - 1:01 pm
- ELECTION: Marsy’s law passes, drug pricing fails - 8:52 am
- School income tax, laptop levy pass - 11:17 pm
- ELECTION RESULTS: Adelman grabs most Oberlin council votes - 11:00 pm
- Hunger for the holidays: Too many people don’t know where they’ll get the next meal - 11:36 am
- Ascension Biomedical to grow pot in Oberlin - 9:54 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 9:27 am
- Post-storm scams could cost you big - 12:59 pm
- Women in printmaking exhibit at AMAM - 12:04 pm
Second Amendment isn’t going anywhere
To the editor:The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that the Second Amendment protects an individual’s right to possess a firearm unconnected with ser...
Sonny Rollins gift inspired by social justice legacy
Saxophone legend Sonny Rollins has established a fund at Oberlin College to further the study of jazz.The Sonny Ensemble will be formed this spring. &...
Pau wins ‘Jeopardy!’ semifinals berth
From “What is a diving board?” to “What are food trucks?” Andrew Pau had all the right answers Friday.Competing on the “...
Time to clear snow, Charlie Brown
“Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!”The Peanuts icon will travel all over Lorain County this holiday season, painted on the blade of an Ohio ...
LORAIN COUNTY JVS HONOR ROLL
First quarter honor roll standings have been announced for Lorain County JVS students. It recognizes those who have achieved a 3.5 or higher GPA for t...
Report: Few voters despite important Oberlin races
Polling stations weren’t exactly busy during the November election, with only 21.56 percent of Oberlin voters weighing in.Just 2,023 turned out ...
GIRLS SOCCER: Dukes are district runners-up
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseThe scales could have tipped in Wellington’s favor. But as fate would have it, the Elyria Catholic...
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Fleet feet break regional expectations
The Comets girls proved everyone wrong at the regional championships.Picked to finish no higher than 20th in the field of 24 teams Saturday at Boardma...
Gore answers climate change questions in Oberlin College webcast
“Please become a part of the solution,” former vice-president Al Gore said last Thursday during a nationwide live webcast promoting his ne...
BOYS SOCCER: Bison cuts Phoenix run short at sectionals
Home field has its advantages — just ask members of the Phoenix boys soccer team.Oberlin entered sectionals with a home game against Trinity. Wh...
VOLLEYBALL: Raiders slam shut Phoenix season
From the time the Division 3 volleyball tournament brackets were unveiled, the sectional final match between Patriot Athletic Conference foes Oberlin ...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Funding loss, rising costs close Ohio Dance Theatre
Ohio Dance Theatre has been dealt a big funding blow and will close its doors June 30 after a quarter-century in Oberlin.Dance classes will continue t...
Maple syrup season runs deep in Lorain County, warmer weather alters usual timeline
Maple syrup season usually encompasses the month of March, but warmer temperatures this year moved up that timeline for manufacturers in Lorain County...
‘Oberlin Through Brown Eyes’ to record oral histories
The everyday experiences of black Oberlinians are of tremendous value and ought to be preserved for future generations.That’s what Annessa Olive...
What are you thankful for?
Photos by Jonathan Delozier | Civitas MediaWe traveled to schools in Amherst, Oberlin, and Wellington to ask students what they are grateful for this ...
50 YEARS: Cleve and Marie Canham
Cleve and Marie Canham are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this month. They were wed Nov. 26, 1966, in Davenport, Iowa.They have two childr...
Treasures on display as Oberlin Archives celebrate 50 years
In 1985, Ken Grossi visited the Oberlin Archives for the first time.He was a graduate student at Case Western University, conducting research on the f...
A somber month, a bold plan
November is a sad month for me because it’s the anniversary of the death of my beloved husband Phillip and my daughter Sherri’s birthday. ...
The Period of Great Sadness
And just like that it was over.The thing of it is, it was so unexpected, so improbable, so stunning that no one was prepared. This past fall it was a ...
Bump Bailey, Birdie, and betrayal
We lost our beloved dogs — Petey, the handsome pit bull mix, and Sky, our semi-famous and talkative greyhound — within a month of each oth...
Viral post brings visitors
To the editor:The Allen Memorial Art Museum would like to thank the residents of Oberlin living around the Weltzheimer/Johnson house designed by Frank...
Seniors cannot afford GOP tax bill
To the editor:If the Republican tax bill is enacted, many older Americans will be hit hard.The deduction for major medical bills, including for long-t...
Whaley is refreshing candidate for governor
To the editor: Of all the candidates running for Ohio governor, Nan Whaley is my favorite. I see something refreshing in her — and future presid...