17 minutes of silence for Parkland victims at Oberlin High flagpole
College students speak against NEXUS
Recovery center planned at Golden Acres
BLACK HISTORY: More than just slavery
NEXUS demands a settlement
- Donate and help recovering addicts! - 12:25 pm updated: 12:42 pm.
- Teens: It feels good to give back - 10:27 am
- Physicians praised for hard work at Kendal - 10:16 am
- Four hospitalized after snowy New Russia crash - 9:37 am
- Elyria man killed in dawn crash - 9:25 am
- Radar-based sensor could prevent crashes - 12:56 pm
- Nearly $47K awarded by Bill Long Foundation - 11:26 am
- Underground Railroad Center pavilion coming - 10:50 am
- Birds of a feather float together - 10:50 am
- Underground Railroad Center pavilion coming - 10:47 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:01 pm
- Walk along Plum Creek on Arbor Day - 11:09 am
- Grand Funk, Neal McCoy coming to fair - 11:01 am
- Skepticism over new Oberlin school costs - 11:20 am updated: 9:32 am.
- Donate and enjoy a cup of coffee - 10:27 am
- 20 cows killed in dairy barn fire - 8:38 am updated: 8:40 am.
- Public radio icon David Sedaris to speak at Oberlin College commencement - 12:58 pm
- Teachers flash artistic skills - 9:20 am
- Jansheski’s ‘Visions of the Cosmos’ live on - 1:41 pm
- Spring plant sale starts April 30 - 12:01 pm
- Man shot twice in New Russia Twp. - 12:58 pm updated: 1:00 pm.
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:50 pm
- ‘Preservation’ earns Schane a national key - 10:04 am
- Oberlin grad indicted on murder counts - 9:29 am
- Five go down in history at OHC gala - 9:20 am
Underground Railroad Center pavilion coming
Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneBids for the construction of a 2,175-square foot pavilion along the south right-of-way of Edison Street will open ...
• April 9 at 11:15 a.m.: Trevor Dewitt, 20, of Oberlin, was arrested on a warrant on an original charge of domestic violence. Police said “...
Walk along Plum Creek on Arbor Day
Celebrate Arbor Day on Thursday, May 3 with the John Bartram Arboretum at Kendal at Oberlin and the city of Oberlin.The day’s schedule will incl...
Grand Funk, Neal McCoy coming to fair
Get ready to get funky.Grand Funk Railroad will headline the 2018 Lorain County Fair with a groovy classic rock concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 2...
Skepticism over new Oberlin school costs
Opponents of a proposed $43.3 million PK-12 school made their opinions known at an April 10 meeting of the Oberlin board of education.The single-build...
Donate and enjoy a cup of coffee
We recently put some sweat equity into the front portion of our news office at 42 South Main St., Oberlin.A tangle of computer wires had been an issue...
BOYS BASKETBALL: Chambers delivers last second victory over Raiders
Recognizing who had the hot hand paid big dividends for the Phoenix as they held off the hard-charging Columbia Raiders 51-48 in their regular season ...
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Phoenix hang tough with Dukes
On the final day of the regular season, Oberlin celebrated the careers of their three senior student-athletes, Danielle Amato, Kiah Fields, and Camero...
Why are baseball and softball separate?
The long, cold weather is breaking at last and soon the bats will take the diamond.My reporters are looking forward to the spring season. But talking ...
BOYS BASKETBALL: ‘Cats scratch out a win
Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneOberlin’s Devan Yaber and Giles Harrell tie up Keystone’s Brody Kuhl for a jump ball on Feb. 13. Despit...
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Steele falls to Avon Lake in defensive battle
Photos by Jonathan Delozier | Amherst News-TimesThe Steele girls were topped Saturday in a defensive struggle, falling 30-18 to Avon Lake. Kate Iliff ...
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Ban books? Not at our library
What do “The Great Gatsby,” “Captain Underpants” and “The Lorax” have in common? They’ve all been banned fro...
Oberlin community volunteers help bring family of refugees to Northeast Ohio
A Somali family’s dream of coming to the United States is finally a reality, thanks in part to a group from Oberlin’s Sacred Heart Catholi...
Gyorody to oversee some of AMAM’s most famous works
Andrea Gyorody will oversee important paintings by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol at the Allen Memorial Art Museum starting April 3.As t...
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...
Mental health services crucial for county
To the editor:Through our collective work advocating for those impacted by mental illness, members of the Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coali...
Vote yes on Issue 1
To the editor:The abysmal voter turnout in primary elections puts our democracy at risk. Less than half of registered voters participate, yet they hav...
Carbon issue crosses the aisle
To the editor:I applaud Oberlin city council for passing the first reading of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby resolution to place a steadily rising ...
Could you pass the test?
The least difficult step an immigrant must take to become a naturalized United States citizen is to show a baseline knowledge of our history, governme...
Orangutans deserve so much better
Orangutans are endangered primates, consisting of three species that only live in two places — the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra.They are ve...
On the 5th anniversary of the Boston bombing
For me, the Boston Marathon bombing was like a hot poker thrust into the smoldering embers of a recent fire that then bursts back into flame.The race ...