Oberlin College architect says parking culture needs to change, no more spaces needed
Plum Creek Greenway target of ambitious plans
Oberlin community volunteers help bring family of refugees to Northeast Ohio
BREAKING: Customs agents arrest man on way to court
Oberlin city council makes first move on medical marijuana
- POLICE REPORTS - 11:50 am
- LORAIN COUNTY JVS HONOR ROLL - 10:32 am
- Former farmland being restored as prairie - 9:15 am
- Scouts clean up First Church lawn - 1:33 pm
- Oberlin College architect says parking culture needs to change, no more spaces needed - 11:13 am
- Find Hogwarts culture on Oberlin College’s campus - 2:15 pm
- Cowhaus Creamery settles into new home - 10:41 am
- City opts for fully-featured emergency alerts - 2:13 pm
- Flower power, Eastwood kids brighten front of school - 1:11 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:19 pm
- Tree City USA status renewed - 10:27 am
- New driving law goes into effect this summer - 10:25 am
- Ecolympics Torch Relay will be held Friday - 10:22 am
- SPECIAL: We go dino-hunting - 10:12 am
- Water tests show TTHM levels down - 10:57 am
- Bill Long Foundation awards grants at annual meeting - 10:39 am
- PHOTOS: Egg-hunters hop into action - 9:23 am
- BackPack program going strong for more than five years - 10:05 am
- Help keep Lorain County safe with prescription turn-in event - 11:41 am
- Heritage Center launches endowment campaign at annual meeting - 11:25 am
- JVS offers free summer career camp for students - 11:12 am
- Edwards Tree Service awarded OMLPS tree work service contract for 2017 - 10:51 am
- Welcome Nursing Home senior housing project on South Main may be back on after 10 years - 10:32 am updated: 10:32 am.
- POLICE REPORTS - 4:27 pm
- 16th Annual OHC Community Awards - 2:09 pm
• April 10 at 10:57 a.m.: Geoffrey Basel, 28, of Columbia Station, was charged with aggravated menacing and operating a vehicle while intoxicate...
Tree City USA status renewed
Oberlin was once more named a Tree City USA for 2016, according to the Arbor Day Foundation.The honor awards cities with a tree board or department, a...
New driving law goes into effect this summer
Teens under 18 won’t be able to hit the road from midnight to 6 a.m. without a guardian under a new Ohio driving law that goes into effect July ...
Ecolympics Torch Relay will be held Friday
A ceremonial torch will be passed from hand to hand Friday between Oberlin’s four public schools in a conservation kick-off event.The 2nd Annual...
SPECIAL: We go dino-hunting
Photos by Jason Hawk | Civitas MediaSpending time with his kids around the Easter holiday, editor Jason Hawk stepped out of our normal coverage areas ...
Water tests show TTHM levels down
Test results for tri-halomethanes, or TTHM, are at 32.1 parts per billion in Oberlin, bringing the annual average below the maximum permitted level....
BOYS BASKETBALL: Phoenix and Falcons All-Stars
Photos by Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneOberlin’s Donald Johnson gets a dunk late in the Lorain County All-Stars Game while Firelands’...
Oberlin Phoenix tab Jesse Robinson as varsity football head coach
Jesse Robinson has always wanted to be a football coach.On Wednesday, that dream finally came true as Robinson was named the varsity head coach at Obe...
BASEBALL PREVIEW: Phoenix hope dedication makes up for youth
Ninth-year coach Lynn Gray said he “lost half his team” following a mass exodus of seniors, including leading hitters Sam Wilson and Elija...
BASEBALL PREVIEW: Falcons want to build on playoff win, reclaim Patriot Athletic Conference crown
Last year’s season-ending 2-1 playoff loss to Padua was, for the Firelands Falcons, a moment of deja vu.It was the second year in a row the team...
Cold shooting night dooms Oberlin Phoenix in district final against Northwestern
Since their freshmen year, the seniors on Oberlin’s boys basketball team have struggled with shooting early in games. Usually though, the Phoeni...
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Maple syrup season runs deep in Lorain County, warmer weather alters usual timeline
Maple syrup season usually encompasses the month of March, but warmer temperatures this year moved up that timeline for manufacturers in Lorain County...
‘Oberlin Through Brown Eyes’ to record oral histories
The everyday experiences of black Oberlinians are of tremendous value and ought to be preserved for future generations.That’s what Annessa Olive...
What are you thankful for?
Photos by Jonathan Delozier | Civitas MediaWe traveled to schools in Amherst, Oberlin, and Wellington to ask students what they are grateful for this ...
50 YEARS: Cleve and Marie Canham
Cleve and Marie Canham are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this month. They were wed Nov. 26, 1966, in Davenport, Iowa.They have two childr...
Treasures on display as Oberlin Archives celebrate 50 years
In 1985, Ken Grossi visited the Oberlin Archives for the first time.He was a graduate student at Case Western University, conducting research on the f...
Artist Stephen Tomasko exhibits at Kendal Gallery
Photographs, graphite drawings, and encaustic paintings by artist Stephen Tomasko will be on display from March 29 to May 16 at the Kendal Gallery.The...
Not time to move to Canada
To the editor:Since the election of Donald Trump, I’ve given serious thought to moving to Canada, a nation that, unlike America, is not dominate...
On health care, Jordan doesn’t represent us
To the editor:Is Rep. Jim Jordan listening to people or corporations?I am curious as to how many constituents of Jim Jordan’s gerrymandered Dist...
How should we feel when evil men die?
Robert Seman Jr., with his hands shackled, jumped to his death from the fourth floor of the Mahoning County courthouse.The suicide came April 10 as Se...
The best ideas come from Ohio
One of my most important jobs as your senator is listening to the Ohioans I represent.I’ve spent the past several weeks hosting round tables acr...
Helping homeless kids find shelter
Homelessness is dangerous, especially for kids.They are more vulnerable to become victims of crime, they’re more vulnerable to disease, and they...
Students are the victims; too bad
It seems if you want something in Washington to disappear these days, all it takes is finding a way to attach it to former President Barack Obama.Alth...