LORAIN, Ohio - It’s a problem plaguing many Northeast Ohio cities - which pothole-filled roads should be repaved first?Morgan Ave. in Elyria is riddled with potholes and bumps, and all that's left of parts of the street are crumbles.The city had plans to repave the road, but when the engineering department placed the price tag at more than half a million dollars, city council changed its mind, saying they only have so much money to work with each year.The exact price for fixing all of Morgan...
LAKEWOOD, Ohio - Lakewood High School hopes it’s new Cleveland Clinic medical center, inside the school, makes healthcare easier to access for students.The four-room medical center is staffed by a nurse practitioner, a pediatric psychiatrist, and a behavioral health specialist.The staff can write prescriptions, do physicals, vaccinations, help manage diabetes and asthma.The behavioral health experts can counsel students who are dealing with sensitive mental health issues like depression and...
CHARDON, Oho - Six years after the Chardon school shooting, a survivor reflects on her past experience and how it helps her relate to students as a teacher in an age when school shootings have become more commonplace.“There are some things that will pull you right back to it, and sometimes you’ll think did that really happen to me,” said Chardon High School graduate Brittney Wilson.Wilson was a 14-year-old freshman when a student shot and killed three of her classmates and injured three other...
Elyria Police investigating two year old girl who was severely burned Tuesday and is still hospitalized.
Child was staying with her aunt and the aunt’s boyfriend.
Boyfriend said he gave the girl a bath and she was burned by hot water.
Isiah Savage charged with child endangering.
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Selecting a term
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