Walkers raise $116K to end Alzheimer’s
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Babysitter gets 5 years for toddler’s death
- Oxygen masks will save pets’ lives - 2:30 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 2:26 pm
- FOOTBALL: Pirates’ size wins out - 9:57 am
- Libraries fight book-banning attempts - 9:06 am
- Walkers raise $116K to end Alzheimer’s - 8:58 am
- Backpacks provide free food to kids - 12:16 pm
- NOYO celebrates 50th anniversary - 9:09 am
- Hit-skip seriously injures bicycle rider - 12:31 pm
- PUMPKINS, GHOSTS, AND HAYRIDES: Our guide to fall activities and attractions across Lorain County - 11:27 am
- Meth lab discovered on US 20 - 10:20 am updated: 10:22 am.
- Council calls on state to share of ‘rainy day’ funds - 9:24 am
- College president to be inaugurated - 9:50 am
- ‘Worlds Apart’ features Asian perspectives - 9:47 am
- City club disbands after 60 years - 9:18 am
- A tasty lesson in specialty diets - 9:13 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:44 pm
- Stannard helps train techs of tomorrow - 9:27 am
- Are you a law breaker? - 9:03 am updated: 11:19 am.
- Oberlin man indicted in 2017 crash - 8:46 am
- Senior pantry stocks shelves - 8:39 am
- Oberlin woman sued over horse crash - 8:56 am
- 9/11 ceremony asks for unity - 2:00 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:49 pm
- Heat wave closures were tough call - 1:22 pm updated: 1:49 pm.
- Riggs earns prestigious American Degree - 12:49 pm
Meth lab discovered on US 20
Ingredients and equipment used to manufacture methamphetamine were found in a Pittsfield Township man’s home Sept. 11 as he was arrested by the ...
Council calls on state to share of ‘rainy day’ funds
Ohio is sitting on $2.7 billion in “rainy day” reserves and Oberlin city council members are not happy about it.They passed a resolution S...
College president to be inaugurated
More than a year after Carmen Ambar was hired as president of Oberlin College, she will be formally inaugurated into the office.A series of events pla...
‘Worlds Apart’ features Asian perspectives
“Worlds Apart: Nature and Humanity Under Deconstruction” is on exhibit through Dec. 23 at the Allen Memorial Art Museum in Oberlin.It feat...
City club disbands after 60 years
The Oberlin City Club has disbanded after meeting for 60 years.The decision was made at the long-standing organization’s Sept. 11 meeting. Past ...
A tasty lesson in specialty diets
The demand for vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes is exploding, say executive chef Jonathan Standen and plant-based nutritionist Lori DePietro-...
VOLLEYBALL: Three-set win for Phoenix
Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneOberlin’s Nya Grady-Norman goes for the kill against Black River while Karissa Rankin looks on. The Phoenix w...
FOOTBALL: Second win of the season
Photos by Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneA 90-yard touchdown run by Aaron Arnold in the first three minutes of Friday’s game boosted Oberli...
VOLLEYBALL: A win and two losses
In a mixed week, coach Casey Marcelo’s team began with a thrilling five set win over Patriot Athletic Conference foe Brookside, 3-2 (19-25, 25-2...
FOOTBALL: First win of the season
If you don’t believe extra points amount to much, take note of Friday’s Oberlin contest against Trinity. The two teams scored four touchdo...
FOOTBALL: Falcons long-bomb a win over Phoenix
The turnover bug bit Oberlin for the second straight week, as the Lutheran East Falcons soared past the home Phoenix on Friday for a 42-8 win.While th...
FOOTBALL: Oberlin stumbles in season opener
A flurry of turnovers in the shadow of their own goalpost spelled a 56-13 defeat for the Oberlin Phoenix on Friday in their season opener against the ...
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After Parkland, two Lorain County moms are demanding action
Talking to her 13-year-old daughter about school shootings broke Pam Vandersommen’s heart.“She’s so young, and to teach her how to p...
SURVEY: Big slice of Lorain County’s population wrestles with gambling
About 28,254 Lorain County residents are problem gamblers or at risk of becoming so, according to an analysis released in late February.More than 24,0...
Four decades later, DaQuan Williams explores Moses Hogan’s contributions
In high school and community youth choirs in Chicago, DaQuan Williams regularly performed spirituals and gospel music arranged by renowned conductor M...
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...
Lundy is about transparency
To the editor:I have closely followed Matt Lundy during his time in public service. He truly understands how government should work to serve the peopl...
Lundy doesn’t play favorites
To the editor:As our county continues to grow, it’s important all of our county commissioners be kept in mind in the decision-making process. I ...
But is it a sandwich?
OK, hotshot, riddle me this: Is a burrito a sandwich?Before you rush to answer, know this has been a lunchtime debate raging for the past several mont...
He champions lakefront communities
To the editor:Our county is lucky to be a lakefront county. It is important to have a county commissioner who understands the importance of Lake Erie ...
Unification and peace for Korea
To the editor:Unification of South and North Korea has been pursued by South Korean president Moon Jae-in with cooperation of the North Korean leader...
No center line, please
To the editor:A week ago Sunday, Sept. 9, we joined a meeting of about a dozen Pyle Road residents, convened by Rhys and Laurel Price-Jones in order t...