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The Willoughby Police Cadets #6020 is a non-profit organization that helps to prepare young candidates for a career in law enforcement

As a kid, Officer Ross Shirey, a nine-year veteran of the Willoughby Police Department (WPD), never gave a thought to a career in law enforcement. Fast forward to his early 30s and looking for a change from his career in a machine shop, a mentor suggested Officer Shirey had the physical skills and temperament to be successful as a police officer...

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Lake water safety

Beach recreation season has arrived. The Lake County General Health District is monitoring beach water quality at Mentor Headlands and Fairport Harbor Beach every morning as part of the Bathing Beach Program, keeping beachgoers safe in summer waters. “A staff member collects daily samples of beach water, and we use the predictive models of...

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Registration for Shaw JCC summer membership and Camp JCC are in full swing

Summer membership at the Shaw JCC might be the best decision you’ll make for your family. Not only will you enjoy the outdoor pool, but summer members also have access to the entire JCC facility and everything that entails. “For summer members, it’s a great time to try out the fitness center, some of the more than 60 group classes,...

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The Rotary Club of Burton Middlefield will once again host its Maple Splash Festival on Saturday, July 13

The list of individuals and organizations that benefit from the support of the Rotary Club of Burton Middlefield (RBM) is long and varied. The RBM is holding its fifth annual Maple Splash Raffle on Saturday, July 13, on the grounds of the Century Village Museum in Burton. The event raises the funds the RBM uses to help non-profit service...

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Uncorking Ohio’s winemaking history

According to Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild, Ohio currently ranks sixth on the list of wine-producing states in the United States. “California is first, followed by Washington, New York, Pennsylvania and Oregon,” says Jim. “Last year, Ohio produced 6 million gallons of wine, where Pennsylvania produced twice that...

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