Council poised to expand LGBTQ protections
New police chief hired
Indigenous Peoples’ Day passed by Oberlin council
King and queen’s coronation cuts ribbon on fair week
Are you ready for the Great American Solar Eclipse?
- La Nina could bring on deep cold - 12:45 pm
- Taste their test at the Buckeye Room - 10:00 am
- Kids get agricultural crash course at Lorain County Fairgrounds - 9:42 am
- Love in the treetops - 12:53 pm
- Thompson leaves school board race - 12:40 pm
- Is Issue 2 the answer for high drug prices? - 1:07 pm
- Buildings, IB, staffing: School board candidates share views - 12:32 pm updated: 9:13 am.
- Council candidates share goals - 12:24 pm
- Indigenous Peoples’ Day a step toward restorative justice - 9:11 am
- PHOTOS: Homecoming couples crowned - 3:09 pm
- Attempted murder indictment for 20-year-old - 2:29 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:26 pm
- Students get Manufacturing Day tour at EMC - 12:24 pm
- Young drivers shine at JVS - 11:32 am
- Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day through music - 10:54 am
- Alco brings 35 manufacturing jobs to Oberlin - 10:52 am
- PHOTOS: Homecoming pride on display - 10:47 am
- From Hiroshima to Tappan: A tree’s legacy of resilience - 9:03 am
- Family flees house fire on East Hamilton - 8:51 am
- Andrews tapped to lead Community Foundation - 2:38 pm
- New lab for engineering students - 10:46 am
- Seniors ready to cut and curl at JVS salon - 10:28 am
- First Church installs $22,500 solar panels - 11:41 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 5:11 pm
- OberlinKids makes programs affordable, accessible - 11:57 am
PHOTOS: Homecoming couples crowned
Photos by Erik Andrews | Oberlin News-TribuneHomecoming royal couples were introduced at Friday’s football game. The evening provided plenty of ...
Attempted murder indictment for 20-year-old
A 20-year-old Oberlin woman has been indicted on a count of attempted murder.Ana Cotto-Rivera is also facing three counts of felonious assault and sin...
• Oct. 6 at 4:59 p.m.: Michael Riggins was arrested on a felony warrant for neglect of child through the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas due...
Students get Manufacturing Day tour at EMC
A tour of EMC Precision in Elyria gave Lorain County JVS juniors some valuable insight Oct. 6 on Manufacturing Day.Students from the computerized desi...
Young drivers shine at JVS
A little rain Friday morning didn’t stop teen motorists from participating in the 9th annual Lorain County Young Driver Competition.Every high s...
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day through music
Photos by Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneThe steady beat of a drum could be heard thumping Saturday through Park Street Park for Oberlin’s ...
CROSS COUNTRY: Times improving late in season
Oberlin is finding its footing midway through the cross country season as its 10 runners improve on times.Following the graduation of PAC-12 cross cou...
BOYS SOCCER: Unbeaten streak extends to five
Having tasted success the past two weeks, coach Dan Kulp’s charges liked the good vibes they feel on the bench, in practice, and in school hallw...
VOLLEYBALL: Phoenix win in straight sets
Photos by Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneBailey Wallace had seven aces for the Phoenix and Lauren Sands and Karissa Rankin combined for 14 kills i...
FOOTBALL: Clippers seal 52-14 homecoming win over Phoenix
The schedule-makers weren’t doing the Oberlin football team any favors when they placed perennial powers Black River and Clearview back-to-back ...
BOYS SOCCER: Streaky Phoenix boys find groove
The Phoenix boys soccer team’s early season schedule looked, on paper, like a very challenging run of contests for the young Oberlin squad and t...
GIRLS SOCCER: A win, a loss, a draw
In a busy week of soccer, Oberlin’s girls picked up a non-conference win and their first point in conference play based on a draw with Patriot A...
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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...
What makes Oberlin a Tree City USA?
To the editor:What is a Tree City USA?It consists of four standards that must be met: 1) It must have a tree board department, 2) it must have a tree ...
Supporting Nahorn for council
To the editor:I have worked with Matt Nahorn at the Amherst Historical Society long enough to be able to say with certainty that I have never met a mo...
Support for Adelman
To the editor:I urge you to vote for Heather Adelman for city council. The only candidates running who is not currently on city council or has not ser...
Dispelling REC misconceptions
To the editor:When the city council created the Choice program, they did not spell out exactly how REC money would be distributed to electric customer...
Singleton is a benefit to the city
To the editor:It is important to return Kelley Singleton to Oberlin’s city council for a second term.I have never seen a first-term council memb...
Ronnie wins, we all win
To the editor:Ron Rimbert won the Hamilton Street project for the citizens of Oberlin.Ron Rimbert won Splash Zone for the citizens of Oberlin.Ron Rimb...