‘Born in slavery, died a hero’
Juneteeth: Celebrating black voices
OHS GRADUATION: Survivors and independent thinkers
Always have a joke up your sleeve, humorist David Sedaris tells Oberlin College grads
At senior ceremony, Zurowski tells graduating classmates to follow their dreams
- Hear thunder? Here’s how to be safe - 8:38 am
- Foundation aims to quench ‘book desert’ thirst - 9:42 am
- Vet preps for 15-mile walk - 12:40 pm
- How to prepare for a school shooting - 3:56 pm
- Where can I see fireworks? - 12:56 pm
- Oberlin homeless shelter gets a surprise delivery - 6:32 am
- ‘Born in slavery, died a hero’ - 11:53 am updated: 10:13 am.
- Juneteeth: Celebrating black voices - 11:11 am
- The cost of filling up can be painful - 10:58 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 10:52 am
- Teen alcohol sting nets charge - 10:23 am updated: 10:30 am.
- Check out the 2018 Summer Concert Series - 9:45 am
- Get help staying cool this summer - 9:35 am
- Car crashes into Dollar General - 3:31 pm
- Man faces felony gun, drug charges - 3:29 pm
- Heritage Center offers summer camps for kids - 12:17 pm
- Always time to follow your dreams - 11:05 am
- Medical experts: Take precautions in extreme heat - 10:50 am
- Paint the town at Oberlin Chalk Walk - 10:42 am
- Summer theater opens with ‘Little Women’ - 10:10 am
- Scammers don’t take summer break - 1:48 pm
- Curiosity shop opens downtown - 11:58 am
- We’re collecting for Second Harvest - 10:36 am
- Board seeks levy for new school - 7:23 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:52 pm
• June 6 at 7:05 p.m.: Juveniles were reportedly fighting at Pleasant Street Park.• June 7 at 9:30 a.m.: Shakara Brown, 21, of Lima, was s...
Teen alcohol sting nets charge
A 19-year-old informant wearing a wire was able to buy alcohol from Mickey Mart and Wal-Mart in a sting by police, according to an incident report rel...
Check out the 2018 Summer Concert Series
The Oberlin Summer Concert Series is celebrating its 26th year.Three nights of free music have been planned by the Oberlin Business Partnership, with ...
Get help staying cool this summer
Low-income residents over 60 years of age — or those with medical conditions made worse by heat — can get help staying cool this summer.Be...
Car crashes into Dollar General
Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneA car crashed into Oberlin’s Dollar General store Monday after Susan Byron, 72, of Kipton Village, tried to ...
Man faces felony gun, drug charges
A 19-year-old Oberlin man faces felony weapon and drug charges after being confronted by police at Pleasant Street Park.Zachery Thomas had a handgun l...
SOFTBALL: Rivas leads hopes for another playoff run
An up-and-down 2017 regular season gave way to a memorable playoff run for Oberlin softball, which defeated Wellington 1-0 in the Division III section...
The local quilt guild: Dinosaur or hidden gem?
As the president of the Lorain County Piecemakers Quilt Guild, I attend quilting lectures across Northeast Ohio.While attending a quilting lecture alo...
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...
Phoenix easily corral Longhorns 67-39
During the pre-game talk, it became clear to coach Kurt Russell that little additional motivation was needed for Friday’s game.“Earlier in...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Treasured Rembrandt’s prints on exhibit at Allen Memorial Art Museum
Sixty prints by Rembrandt will be on display from Feb. 6 to May 13 at the Allen Memorial Art Museum in Oberlin. “Lines of Inquiry: Learning from...
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...
True confessions of a hotel adventurer
Our hotel adventures started early on. We were 15 when, for my birthday extravaganza, my parents took Mary Ann and me to spend the weekend at the Holl...
Voters should be automatically registered
Voting is, bizarrely, the only constitutional right for which you must sign an application.You don’t have to register to speak your mind. You do...
Praise but hope for an apology
To the editor:I join with many Americans in praising President Donald Trump’s willingness to take the risk of meeting with the North Korean Pres...
NEXUS and the city
To the editor:In my opinion, once it was decided NEXUS had prevailed, the city should have been elated with the $100,000 offer from NEXUS for the amou...
Stars and Stripes ‘speak’ on Flag Day
I’ve been to the moon. I’ve been burned. But more often I’m honored.I’m your American flag.With 13 stars for colonies clamorin...
Cobbler and shortcake? Yes, please!
I’m on my porch swing writing this and drinking a cup of coffee; it has rained during the night but it’s not cold out.I’m fixing a t...