Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive
15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad?
15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad?
$15M addition planned for Phillips Gym
Strongsville man charged with vehicular homicide after crash outside the fair
- Veil pulled back on aging buildings during tour - 1:33 pm
- Study: Lorain County leads Ohio in deer-vehicle crashes - 11:16 am
- Treasures on display as Oberlin Archives celebrate 50 years - 10:05 am
- Commission member: Inside measurements discourage home building - 9:11 am
- Car driver charged in crash with school bus - 9:08 am
- Scouts pitch in with storm relief - 10:59 am
- Firelands royalty crowned - 10:46 am
- Court says Ohio can’t disqualify infrequent voters - 9:50 am
- OC students watch Clinton, Trump blast each other - 9:29 am
- Girl Scouts lead Walk to End Alzheimer’s - 4:15 pm
- ‘Family affair’ as OHS band swells with multiples - 12:43 pm
- Alcohol suspected in rollover crash - 3:43 pm
- Petition drive could put brakes on O’Reilly Auto project - 2:11 pm
- 50 years later, OHS grads reunite to share memories - 12:53 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 11:04 am
- HOMECOMING ROYALTY - 10:42 am
- NOYO bids farewell to Roest as Machamer steps up - 11:16 am
- Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive - 10:28 am
- CSU studies Oberlin’s housing picture - 9:59 am
- Journalist Michele Norris seeks honest racial dialogue - 4:32 pm
- Oberlin examines closing a public school - 4:01 pm
- ‘After Fossil Fuels’ conference coming to Oberlin - 1:16 pm
- Girl, 14, says man tried to coax her into car near OHS - 2:29 pm
- Sept. 11 attacks recalled on 15th anniversary - 10:25 am
- Microburst causes major electrical outage - 4:04 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 3:24 pm
- PHOTOS: Rescue workers rip open cars in Camden demonstration - 9:39 am
- New rule lets cops seize illegally parked bikes - 11:53 am
- Bike safety is a problem, Oberlin business owners say - 11:17 am
- Bus driver shortage has some districts struggling - 10:43 am
- ORANGE ALERT: You can help defeat hunger - 10:28 am
- Victims’ names fly above JVS monument - 9:46 am
- Fair board directors elected - 10:55 am
- Krislov says he’ll leave Oberlin College next year - 7:19 pm
- County applies for Oberlin Road resurfacing, bridge replacements - 1:45 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:38 pm
- City to collect yard brush - 10:57 am
- Summit asks how to attract young Rotarians - 10:46 am
- Woman flown to hospital after two-car crash - 10:03 am
- Elderly driver blamed in four-vehicle crash - 9:43 am
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 9:39 am
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 2:13 pm
- Commission endorses changes to increase energy conservation, efficiency - 9:52 am
- EPA says 600-800 gallons of diesel fuel leaked into river - 9:34 am
- OC freshmen volunteer for annual Day of Service - 9:25 am
- RIBBON-CUTTING: Sen. Brown praises health center for important work - 9:06 am
- WRAP-UP: Fair notes 7K drop in ticket sales - 2:16 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:47 pm
- FAIR: Rundle and friends celebrate long decades attending - 10:54 am
- FAIR: Dock diving forges lasting bonds - 10:33 am
Girl Scouts lead Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Courtesy photoGirl Scout Troop 50250 lent helping hands Saturday at this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Oberlin. They made posters to l...
‘Family affair’ as OHS band swells with multiples
With help from the Cadenheads and Ignagnis, the Oberlin Phoenix Marching Band is a family affair.Twins Tan and Ty Cadenhead are trumpet players. Tripl...
Alcohol suspected in rollover crash
Evan Goodenow | Oberlin News-TribuneA rollover crash injured a Columbus man about 12:15 a.m. Friday on West Vine Street. Police said Nicholas Hudnell ...
Petition drive could put brakes on O’Reilly Auto project
A petition drive could throw a wrench into plans for an O’Reilly Auto Parts store on state Rt. 58.If the Lorain County Board of Elections certif...
50 years later, OHS grads reunite to share memories
From California to Connecticut they came this past weekend to gather again after 50 years.Members of the Oberlin High School Class of 1966 were met by...
• Sept. 13 at 2:30 p.m.: Two children, ages two and four, were found outside a Locust Street residence. Their mother later went to the police st...
GIRLS SOCCER: ‘Cats rally in second half
Photos by Erik Andrews | For the News-TribuneDealing with a couple of injuries and at least one out due to illness, the Phoenix girls were tired Satur...
Falcons’ ground attack clips Clearview
The Falcons’ rushing attack with Nick Denney was already a tough one to stop.It may have become a two-headed monster, though, after Logan Strade...
PHOENIX MELTDOWN: 37-0 blowout ends early due to fighting
“Embarrassing.”The tweet by Oberlin quarterback David Payne after the Oberlin Phoenix’s 37-0 homecoming loss Friday to the Wellingto...
Payne throws 3 TDs in 50-6 romp over John Adams
After a last-minute loss and last-second victory in the first two games of the season, Oberlin’s win Friday over John Adams was short on drama a...
Last-second kickoff return gives Oberlin 22-19 win
Rising from the ashes like the mythical bird, the Oberlin Phoenix rallied to defeat the Brookside Cardinals 22-19 in Oberlin on a 75-yard kickoff retu...
SEASON OPENING HEARTBREAK: Last second kick missed in 28-26 Phoenix loss
Twenty-four hours after being named the new Oberlin Phoenix kicker, Caleb Hughley was asked to be a hero.With 1.6 seconds remaining in the season open...
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Three advance to state management competition
Three Lorain County JVS students placed in the recent District 8 DECA competitions at the Tri-C East Campus in Cleveland.Marketing management students...
Grafton prisoners’ powerful art on exhibit at Kendal
Art works. And so do the prisoners at the Grafton Correctional Institute and Grafton Reintegration Center who spend time on what they would call ̶...
Exhibit: ‘Three Printmakers… Under Pressure’
Works by artists Rosalyn Gaier, Maria Kaiser, and Fabiana Olivier are hanging at the Kendal Gallery through March 28 in an exhibit called “Three...
CVS to stock over-the-counter naloxone
The Oberlin CVS pharmacy on Rt. 58, along with 318 other Ohio locations, will start selling naloxone over the counter in late March, the company has a...
YMCA offers diabetes prevention program for our readers in Lorain County
Eighty-six million Americans have prediabetes and only nine million are aware of it, says the YMCA. Are you one of these people?If so, the YMCA is off...
Arrival of fall marks casserole weather
Autumn is here! The days are getting shorter and darkness comes earlier.Some of the trees are turning colors already. I love the brilliant colors. I c...
Abortion still deciding issue
To the editor:Although I agree with the Democratic platform on several points, I cannot vote for the Democratic candidates because of the platformR...
Pipelines and peace: Lake Oahe and Oberlin
In the 1970s and 1980s, high school youth of the First Church in Oberlin UCC traveled every June to the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota.As ...
Turtle recipes have fallen out of vogue
I wish I would’ve watched my mom make her turtle soup since my boss got a couple of large ones and asked me if I knew how to cook them.My mom wo...
Just try picking apart this year’s state report cards. I dare you.I’ve been trying for days to analyze the often nonsensical, convoluted w...