Lake Erie

20 Jun 19
Ohio Agricultural Law Blog

Written by Evin Bachelor, Law Fellow, OSU Extension Agricultural & Resource Law Program The OSU Extension Farm Office team has returned from the National Farm Business Conference in Wisconsin.  We gained some fresh perspective on events beyond Ohio’s borders, but are happy to be back in slightly warmer weather.  Our colleagues from across the nation […]

20 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

There is a significant weather statement for Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent. Environment Canada meteorologist Yoseph Mengesha said the area is currently in a dry pocket, but the rain is on its way. At the time of publication of the statement, a precipitation of up to 50 millimeters was predicted. "We want to lower the amount," Mengesha […]

20 Jun 19
Browns Wire

A look at the Browns team record book and which single-season marks could fall in 2019

20 Jun 19

By Rich Tarrant There’s a reason many local folks refer to it as “Rubberneck” Park – and if you look close you can actually see why in this photo. The official name for it is “Exchange Place”. That’s because, a billion [an exaggeration of course] years ago Exchange Street was ostensibly supposed to run to […]

20 Jun 19

June 3, 2019 06:33- 900 block of Decatur: Vandalism complaint involving school buses. 10:08- 2400 block of Sunnyside: Traffic stop resulting in citations for DUS, Open Container, and Littering from an auto. 12:54- 4200 block of Telegraph: Property damage complaint. 16:09- 4600 block of Liberty: Traffic stop resulting in citations for DUS and Drug Paraphernalia […]

20 Jun 19
The Baseball Sociologist

This year, a record number of minor league teams will celebrate Pride Month as part of the MiLB Pride initiative to “Strike Out Hate.” Sixty eight Minor League teams have partnered with more than 150 local LGBTQ organizations to host Pride celebrations across the country. According to MiLB.com, “MiLB Pride uses the game of baseball […]

20 Jun 19
fox8.com

Here are the web links for Thursday, June 20, 2019. Click here to register for the 2019 FOX 8 FOX Trot for Stand Up to Cancer Click here for Painesville’s Lunch Box free meal program Click here for Hotel.com’s Poolhop information Click here for more information on Cleveland Memorial Society Click here for the Historical Rose […]

20 Jun 19
The 21st Century Yankee

I never said farewell to Cleveland, at least the farewell that city deserved. One day, I was there; the next, I was not. We left on sour terms. Having spent evenings in Detroit, Buffalo, Cleveland… the abandoned cities of Lake Erie, I recognize now that they hold in common a familiar sense of having been […]

20 Jun 19
Dancing Through Life with Hilary

  Summer time is my favorite time of year. School is out and now it’s time to relax, enjoy the sunshine and the good times. It’s also a great time to go on vacation and go and get away. Are you looking to go on a trip this summer? Look no further than here. I’ve […]

20 Jun 19
Tom's Cross Country Ride

No you didn’t miss day 39. I skipped 39 to sync my days with the tracking of Crossroads Cycling. It’s complicated but Day 40 is the correct day. It’s all good. Today we rode 90 miles from Niles Ohio to Erie Pennsylvania. Even though we had a 105 mile day on Sunday followed by three […]

20 Jun 19
5 Loaves Farm

Summer officially begins tomorrow just before noon, but the weather patterns this year aren’t cooperating.  We’ve had a very cool wet spring and that has had a definite affect on the crops at 5 Loaves Farm.  While our cherry tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants are struggling along, pinning for the warmth late spring and summer usually […]

20 Jun 19
KEE On Sports Media Group

AVON, OH – As the dog days of summer approach, it was “Bring Your Dog” to the game night as the Lake Erie Crushers hosted the visiting Gateway Grizzlies. The Crushers out played the Grizzlies for 8 innings, sadly, a bad 6th would waste a tremendous pitching effort for Pat Ledet as they fell 3-2. […]

20 Jun 19
Greg's Big Ride

This morning started out without rain, but not dry. We had fog. And when on a bicycle, facing fog, there is but one thing to do. Which we did, and once again right out of the motel, we faced a rather daunting climb. Undaunted, well, because by this point, what’s the point, we pedaled along […]

20 Jun 19
Mark's cross-country trip

Here is a high-level summary of my 85 day journey around 40 of our United States (including the 19 I had not previously visited).  Or, as I sometimes thought of it, activities to keep me busy in between looking for men’s rooms and gas stations.  This is in addition to my daily blog – markstrip.home.blog. […]

19 Jun 19
fox8.com

[ooyala player_id=”b248f00b9d6e4d7ba21cbc796a85f61c” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”hvZXE6LAucDf6RdQ6h18j_W_oNxg” code=”lrcHYwaTE6SVO72i0E_7JS5AA5GmOgcI”] MENTOR, Ohio — There are weather worries of a different kind in Lake County after weeks of heavy rainfall had lead to erosion, eating away at Lake Erie’s Shoreline. “It’s a wonderful neighborhood, wonderful view, we’ve always wanted to live on the lake,” said homeowner Gail McClelland But […]