Local congressmen oppose Dem’s gun control proposals
POWER PLAY: Bitterness lingers over electric utility rebate distribution
Renewable Energy Credit customer rebates approved
‘BLACK HOLOCAUST’ MEMORIAL: Juneteenth celebrates emancipation
Cops respond to use of force changes
- Pipers practice on Tappan Square - 1:30 pm
- Former minor league pitcher hired as Phoenix athletic director - 1:25 pm
- On pace for hottest year on record - 11:23 am
- Local congressmen oppose Dem’s gun control proposals - 11:03 am
- Celebrating our nation’s independence - 2:39 pm
- Taxpayers continue paying to bus students to private school - 12:17 pm updated: 1:27 pm.
- BoE struggling to find building direction - 4:30 pm
- REC use complicated, controversial - 4:24 pm
- Calls for better use of energy conservation, efficiency fund - 4:18 pm
- POWER PLAY: Bitterness lingers over electric utility rebate distribution - 4:13 pm
- Three area vets discuss what July 4 means to them - 3:08 pm
- Fridays are for free music parties! - 2:35 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:53 pm
- Gas line rupture closes Rt. 58 - 10:18 am
- Campus goes tobacco-free starting Friday - 9:53 am updated: 11:14 am.
- PHOTOS: Downtown awash in chalky color - 10:25 am
- WORKING FOR WOMEN: Collaborative programs help women out of poverty - 5:13 pm
- Catch fireworks fever for the Fourth! - 4:22 pm
- Historical barn to be moved to new US 20 park - 10:52 am
- Have fun… but know your fireworks rules - 9:54 am
- Thousands who haven’t voted since 2008 now ineligible - 6:51 pm
- Renewable Energy Credit customer rebates approved - 1:02 pm updated: 3:44 pm.
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:44 pm
- ‘BLACK HOLOCAUST’ MEMORIAL: Juneteenth celebrates emancipation - 10:51 am updated: 10:51 am.
- Auto parts store approval delayed over driveway access - 10:43 am updated: 9:21 am.
- Cops respond to use of force changes - 4:38 pm
- Tax scammers are getting trickier, sheriff says - 12:50 pm
- Orlando victims remembered in prayers - 11:23 pm
- Local cops ramp up for RNC duty, overflow - 3:54 pm
- CANCELLED: $35.5 million school project nixed - 12:49 pm updated: 12:49 pm.
- SIGNATURE VICTORY: Petition drive helped keep $35.5M project off ballot - 12:40 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 11:31 am
- Fair boycotts brewing over Confederate flag - 2:42 pm
- THEATER FEST: See ‘Green Gables,’ ‘Macbeth,’ and ‘Inherit the Wind’ - 10:59 am
- Great year for exchange student Pablo Barranco - 10:41 am
- Residents say they can’t afford $35.5 million building - 9:41 am
- Mudd Center electrical outage - 10:28 am
- SHORT-CIRCUIT: Energy credit rebate decision delayed - 3:10 pm updated: 3:10 pm.
- Overcoming obstacles, Firelands grad is ‘Tiny Tim’ no more - 2:17 pm
- CHECKOUT TIME: Oberlin Inn demolished - 1:59 pm
- Firelands QB, grad heading to West Point - 1:52 pm
- Firelands grads revel in the moment - 1:45 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 10:58 am
- Different flight paths but similar goals for Falcons grads - 3:00 pm
- One dead in early morning crash - 2:31 pm
- In the Zone! Splash center season begins - 10:19 am
- PHOTOS: Marching toward the future - 10:11 am
- HIGH CLASS! Oberlin grads celebrate in style - 9:30 am updated: 9:37 am.
- Class Dismissed: OHS grads reflect on school days - 9:02 am
- Delving into their research - 3:16 pm
POWER PLAY: Bitterness lingers over electric utility rebate distribution
Renewable Energy Credit money wasn’t the only thing split when city council members voted to rebate about $2.2 million to electric utility ratep...
Three area vets discuss what July 4 means to them
As America prepares to celebrate its birthday as an independent nation, three area veterans shared their thoughts with us on coming together regardles...
Fridays are for free music parties!
Kick off summer with live music and free family-friendly concerts beginning Friday, July 1.The free concerts are held every Friday in July at the band...
• June 16 at 3:54 p.m.: A woman said money, shoes, pills, clothes, and an electronic device were stolen from her car.• June 16 at 6:45 p.m...
Gas line rupture closes Rt. 58
Evan Goodenow | Oberlin News-TribuneA gas leak on Rt. 58 detoured traffic for about two-and-a-half hours Monday. A fire report was unavailable Monday,...
Campus goes tobacco-free starting Friday
No tobacco can be used on Oberlin College property starting Friday. Smoking in college buildings and vehicles has been banned since 1993, with one bro...
Doane sets personal record at PAC championships
Senior Jillian Doane defended her title in the 300-meter hurdles last Thursday at the Patriot Athletic Conference championship track meet.She glided h...
Who speaks for the trees?
Ever since I was a child perched high in the maple tree in our suburban back yard in New York, I have admired trees.When I was in third grade, I wrote...
BASEBALL: Boys pick up a Senior Night win over the ‘Cards
The Phoenix baseball team was victorious last Tuesday on Senior Night against the Brookside Cardinals, 6-4.Brookside scored two runs in the top of the...
SOFTBALL: Rivas grabs 7 K’s as Phoenix bow out at districts
Six errors and only four hits last Thursday cost the fifth-seeded Phoenix girls the opportunity to defeat the second-seeded Elyria Catholic Panthers i...
WRAP-UP: This week in Phoenix sports
SOFTBALLA grand slam in the fourth inning Monday by junior Olivia Pfeifer sealed a 10-0 for the Phoenix over the Lutheran West Longhorns.The junior ca...
SOFTBALL: Second place at JB Firestone tournament
Northwestern was the only team that stood in Oberlin’s way Saturday from being the champions at the Black River JB Firestone tournament.The Lady...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
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...
Oberlin PD to launch community liaison program in 2016, helping agencies overcome difficulties
When custody battles and threatening phone calls pose problems, civic agencies should have a trusted advisor to turn to in the law enforcement communi...
REC vote should be rescinded
To the editor:At last Monday night’s city council meeting, the majority of council (Kelley Singleton, Scott Broadwell, Sharon Soucy, and Ron Rim...
Choosing REC option was difficult
To the editor:Thanks to leadership from our electric director and a commitment to sustainability by this and past councils, Oberlin finds itself with ...
REC votes removed from reality
To the editor:The latest action of city council’s current leadership to reduce electricity rates for a few years is consistent with believing an...
Memories of becoming an American
I was born in 1939 in the Midwest. Our house was surrounded by woods, and I well remember the peacefulness and tranquility of my youth.But even at age...
Remember our place in the natural order
In another miserable story about animals, a mama black bear was euthanized for protecting her cubs in the Valles Caldera National Preserve when a mara...