Babysitter gets 5 years for toddler’s death
Tony Siqi Yun reigns at 2018 Cooper finals
PUMPING IRON: Teens getting ready for fall sports season
Teachers are loading up their shopping carts
‘Growing’ support for medical marijuana as Sept. 8 launch nears
- OBERLIN SCHOOL BUS ROUTES - 9:51 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: Eibel to lead Eastwood, Prospect - 12:39 pm
- BACK TO SCHOOL: Scott to lead Langston and OHS - 12:00 pm
- BACK TO SCHOOL: Hall outlines Oberlin City Schools’ priorities - 11:27 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: New graduation avenue at Lorain County JVS - 8:00 am
- OHS marching a big band - 7:55 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 2:12 pm
- Lots to do at the Lorain County Fair! - 10:52 am
- Author celebrates 100th birthday - 1:47 pm
- Wheeling for a world title - 1:26 pm
- College wellness center nears completion - 12:57 pm
- PHOTOS: Summer feels endless at downtown fair - 3:00 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:00 pm
- Need a buddy? LCPH can help - 11:13 am
- Hit-skip victim to be honored - 1:00 pm
- Volunteers needed to help children - 12:56 pm
- Hunger affects 16 percent of Ohio homes - 12:09 pm
- When do Lorain County schools start? - 11:23 am
- Kalyn hired as president of New England Conservatory - 9:53 am
- NEXUS construction will not be halted - 1:22 pm
- New sidewalks in town - 1:09 pm updated: 3:19 pm.
- Williams shot and killed in Arizona - 9:18 am
- Target practice with Garrett - 9:35 am
- Valuations a sign of economic recovery - 3:44 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 2:41 pm
Wheeling for a world title
Emily Weegmann’s roller figure skating career is taking all the right turns.Her graceful moves and expressive choreography earned a gold medal a...
College wellness center nears completion
A $13 million health and wellness center revamp at Oberlin College is scheduled to open the first week of September.The 16,000-square-foot addition to...
PHOTOS: Summer feels endless at downtown fair
Photos by Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneA celebration of summer and smiles unfolded Saturday on Tappan Square at Oberlin’s 26th Annual Fam...
• July 30 at 10:07 p.m.: Yatta Boone, 31, of Lorain, was arrested on a warrant through the Lorain police department for failure to appear in cou...
Need a buddy? LCPH can help
Friendships are strongly linked to your overall health.As people age, their risk of being isolated from friends, the community, and past activities in...
Hit-skip victim to be honored
A granite marker engraved with Kyle Gutierrez’s name will be added to the Oberlin High School memorial garden.The 23-year-old was a victim of a ...
SOCCER: Alumni outscore varsity boys 6-2
Photos by Erik Andrews | Oberlin News-TribuneAlumni topped the Oberlin Phoenix varsity roster 6-2. Former players led 2-1 at the half, then exploded f...
SOCCER: At the Adidas Showcase
Photos by Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneThe soccer preseason is underway and this past weekend the Phoenix headed to Strongsville for the Adidas ...
Lorain County League ready to roll
The Lorain County League is officially back and could begin play as early as 2019.A switch from the dissolving Patriot Athletic Conference was approve...
BASEBALL: Hail to the seniors
Photo by Craig EnosPhoenix players Matt Rasmussen, Chris Palmer, and Zach Slimak pose with family members on Senior Night. Oberlin thumped Wellington ...
SOFTBALL: Split double-header against Clearview
Erik Andrews | Oberlin News-TribuneBryanna Rivas connects Saturday as the Phoenix took on the Clippers in a double-header at Oberlin College Field. In...
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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...
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...
Ohio fairs offer fair deal
We’re blessed in Ohio.Be it our natural resources, our climate, our places or our people — we are lucky to live where we do. This summer a...
Hope for FERC changes
To the editor:On behalf of Communities for Safe and Sustainable Energy I want to follow up on the excellent article in last week’s issue headlin...
Opioids’ impact on the Ohio workforce
Our economy is growing and businesses are expanding and looking for workers.Go on www.ohiomeansjobs.com today and you will see more than 140,000 jobs ...
Preventing cancer in firefighters
In emergencies, while the rest of us run from danger, firefighters run toward it. And when they rush into the flames they’re not just putting th...
Picking and choosing customers
A sign in the bakery window could have read: “Heterosexuals only.”Or maybe these might one day be more appropriate:“Heterosexual Chr...
Just pick up the dang phone
Have you noticed how folks increasingly hate phones?It’s part of our migration to social media, which unites us in odd ways but also compartment...