Ron Graham, Lake County Health Commissioner, has an important message for Lake County business owners.
Our favorite detectives explore more of the secret affairs of the Lake County Visitors Bureau.
We received a very disappointing response to our questions from Michael DeLeone, Assistant Prosecutor for Lake County.
We will let you decide if this is the conduct you want, expect or deserve from our public servants.
Cuyahoga County’s population is aging…
Number of Covid-19 cases going down in Lake County.
Listen in our our dynamic duo’s telephone call discussing the latest news from Lake County, Ohio.
Here are the winners of the 2020 Physicians of the Year Award from Lake Health.
Researchers found that the proportion of emergency department visits related to mental-health were up 24% for children aged 5 to 11 and 31% for children aged 12 to 17 from April through October, compared with the same time period last year. The findings, published last week, add to existing research suggesting that COVID-19 has had a negative effect on children’s mental health.
Adverse weather conditions have hampered the delivery of the Covid-19 vaccines.
There are misunderstandings about a business’ rights versus a customer’s rights concerning mask wearing.
The City of Eastlake received $2,141,698.63 in CARES Act funding.
Review the details of how the City “filled an inside straight”…
Painesville Township spent $988,764.32 in CARES Act funding.
Petitioning the elected officials at every level of governance, is a solid mechanism for self-governance.
Concord Township spent $908,879.21 in CARES Act funding.
Residents can determine if they spent it wisely, and in accordance with the rules.
Nancy McArthur, Chairman of Central and Executive Committee.
Challenged by Brian Ames, Community Activist, for violating Ohio’s Open Meeting Act on February 6, 2021.
See Nancy in action….
We are offering free advertising for local Lake County small businesses.
Photo by Green Chameleon at Unsplash.
LFC is giving an platform to young authors.
We are “getting into the weeds” with this article on property taxes.
Our current property tax law has evolved into a tangled web that is far too complex for the taxpayers and the employees that are paid to implement the property tax laws.