Paperwork error derails energy credit referendum
Pipeline critics say feds rubber-stamping project
MANAGER SEARCH REOPENED: Council fails to agree on candidate to lead city
BACK TO SCHOOL: We talk with Oberlin’s principals
OC assistant prof sidelined for anti-Israel remarks
- Oberlin College summer research around the globe - 10:30 am
- DEBATE: Public cash for private school busing - 3:10 pm
- O’Reilly gets planning approval on Rt. 58 - 3:08 pm
- FAIR: Veterans, EMTs settle into new home - 2:27 pm
- FAIR: A real country experience - 11:22 am
- FAIR: Would you believe some folks have never seen… - 11:10 am
- Oberlin College president urges Class of 2020 to register to vote - 3:09 pm
- PHOTOS: Having a fair-ly good time on Wednesday - 12:31 pm
- JVS BACK-TO-SCHOOL: Doors now open to all freshmen - 3:37 pm
- SCENES FROM THE FAIR! - 2:50 pm
- At rally, county fair flag sales condemned - 2:08 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:43 pm
- You can help Rotary in flood relief effort - 12:44 pm
- Explorations of mediums in Kendal fall gallery offerings - 11:00 am
- Crownings kicks off fair week - 10:02 am
- FAIR: 38 Special? More like 138 decibels! - 8:18 pm
- Smoke causes McDonald’s evacuation - 10:56 am
- Paperwork error derails energy credit referendum - 1:25 pm
- Uthe named new JVS communications director - 1:20 pm
- Call goes out for blood donors - 10:54 am
- AMAM Fall 2016 exhibitions focus on concept of time - 10:02 am
- Monroe House celebrates 150th anniversary - 11:30 am
- Scouts to honor Oley as Distinguished Citizen - 11:17 am
- Kendal Early Learning Center goes WILD! - 11:01 am
- Pipeline critics say feds rubber-stamping project - 11:00 pm
- Dogs and kids ready to shine in Canine Royal Court - 9:17 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:24 pm
- MANAGER SEARCH REOPENED: Council fails to agree on candidate to lead city - 10:42 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: We talk with Oberlin’s principals - 10:32 am
- Recycled bottle cap benches completed - 12:42 pm
- City manager candidates greet public at buffet reception - 11:53 am
- Detailed housing report due in December - 2:08 pm
- NEXUS project clears environmental hurdle, promises cash - 1:56 pm
- Police: Woman beaten by home intruder - 1:16 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:13 pm
- Firelands regroups after levy loss - 9:07 am
- PHOTOS: Fun under the sun at annual fair - 10:16 pm
- Professor’s discipline highlights social media dangers for workers - 12:59 pm
- OC assistant prof sidelined for anti-Israel remarks - 9:58 am updated: 12:52 pm.
- Police make friends in annual Night Out event - 9:51 am
- No, no, no — Firelands vote fails a third time - 10:26 pm
- OHS principal learning to improve teaching through tech - 1:52 pm
- Ramos backs Clinton: Sanders delegate says HRC better than Trump - 1:03 pm
- Airport seeks profits despite turbulence - 12:30 pm updated: 10:00 am.
- In trying times, try the Family Fun Fair - 11:23 am
- Follow the money: Communities put spending info online for transparency - 12:19 pm
- It’s a jungle in there! - 11:32 am
- Evacuations weighed in gas main leak - 11:05 am updated: 11:06 am.
- ATV roll-over on Whitney Rd. injures two - 10:58 am
- Oberlin College buyouts: 98 take money-saving offer - 10:47 am updated: 12:20 pm.
SCENES FROM THE FAIR!
Photos by Jonathan Delozier and Jason Hawk | Civitas MediaThe 171st annual Lorain County Fair opened its gates Monday and welcomed guests with the cro...
At rally, county fair flag sales condemned
When the Rev. Paul Wilson sees the Confederate flag, he remembers the eight-year-0ld black boy whose German shepherd’s throat was slit by the Ku...
• Aug. 12 at 2 p.m.: A woman reported $300 in fraudulent charges on her credit card.• Aug. 23 at 3:40 p.m.: Theft of $200 in cash was repo...
You can help Rotary in flood relief effort
Your purchase will help the victims of the Louisiana floods that have submerged thousands of homes and stores along the state’s southern half.Th...
Explorations of mediums in Kendal fall gallery offerings
The works of two papermakers, a watercolorist, and a photographer are open in the Kendal at Oberlin galleries from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through Octo...
Crownings kicks off fair week
Crowns, awards, and poignant words were handed out to the sound of vibrant 4-H Band music Monday at the Lorain County Fair’s 2016 opening ceremo...
FIRELANDS VARSITY FALL SCHEDULES
Football• Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. at home vs. Edison• Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. at home vs. Brooklyn• Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at Vermilion• Sept. ...
FALL FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Fresh start for the Phoenix
The start of a new era doesn’t mean doing away with what already worked.The Oberlin Phoenix have posted 2-8 records for three consecutive season...
Stillman leaves Phoenix for the Falcons
After three years leading the Phoenix, Ty Stillman is trading his red and blue for red and black.The Firelands board of education voted Monday to offe...
TRACK: Doane flies to 8th place at state meet
Photos by Joseph Colon | Oberlin News-TribuneJillian Doane capped off her track career at Oberlin High School by placing eighth in the 300-meter hurdl...
Who speaks for the trees?
Ever since I was a child perched high in the maple tree in our suburban backyard in New York, I have admired trees.When I was in third grade, I wrote ...
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...
City needs a clean break
To the editor:The hardest part of this entire recruitment process for a new city manager has been that the person I so often rely on for balanced and ...
‘Perfect’ candidate doesn’t exist
To the editor:City council needs to get over itself.Oberlin is a pleasant, small town in the Midwest with an interesting history. It is exceptional to...
Councilwoman frustrated over lack of hire
To the editor:I could not agree more with those chastising members of Oberlin’s city council for failing to select a city manager.Our inability ...
Bike rules seem to have holes
To the editor:It was such a simple problem that it required only a short directive: Park your bike so that it doesn’t block a sidewalk.But here ...
Heat, penny candy, and salad recipes
It’s too hot to cook unless you have air conditioning. Can you imagine having to work around all the hot ovens of a restaurant, or even at a fac...
College should support local businesses
To the editor:As a longtime Oberlin resident, I write to share that I am saddened to see that the Oberlin College office of residential education is p...