Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive
Rescuers, Wlodykas celebrate after pipe escape
Three-year-old rescued from septic tank
Home sweet home, regardless of seating
15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad?
- Anonymous donor gives $300K to Wellington Schools - 2:58 pm
- Woman dies in two-car crash in Rochester Twp. - 2:47 pm
- No ‘clowning’ around, police say - 2:39 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:44 pm
- Denes bros. guilty of 2014 assault at Findley - 10:02 am
- Court says Ohio can’t disqualify infrequent voters - 9:50 am
- Fallen trooper honored by Wellington PD - 9:33 am
- Cops-in-schools cash lasts through Oct. 18 - 1:04 pm
- Main Street launching business mixers - 9:43 am
- Despite meetings, no vote on school board vacancy - 9:22 am updated: 9:23 am.
- Bleachers ready for Friday night - 2:57 pm
- EPA loan sought to replace water storage tank - 1:57 pm
- Relay for Life merges to one county event - 1:39 pm
- Uniform allowances, testing costs hurt police budget - 1:13 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 11:12 am
- Wine sales now allowed at village events - 9:52 am
- Driver walks away from overturned truck - 9:43 am
- Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive - 10:28 am
- EST building front-runner for new police home - 4:38 pm
- Rescuers, Wlodykas celebrate after pipe escape - 1:46 pm
- Does Wellington need faster Internet service? - 7:20 pm
- New traffic signals installed downtown - 2:37 pm
- Three-year-old rescued from septic tank - 12:19 pm updated: 2:34 pm.
- Home sweet home, regardless of seating - 11:11 am
- Dukes score big in win over New London - 6:51 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 3:03 pm
- Village upgrades net security, data backup - 2:38 pm
- Police want a firing range in village limits - 2:28 pm updated: 2:25 pm.
- PHOTOS: Rescue workers rip open cars in Camden demonstration - 9:39 am
- Does Wellington need faster Internet service? - 10:57 am
- Pizza House celebrates 50 years serving Wellington - 10:50 am
- New officers take oath to serve - 10:45 am
- Bus driver shortage has some districts struggling - 10:43 am
- Victims’ names fly above JVS monument - 9:46 am
- Fair board directors elected - 10:55 am
- County applies for Oberlin Road resurfacing, bridge replacements - 1:45 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:22 pm updated: 1:34 pm.
- Cement ready for bleachers - 1:02 pm updated: 2:36 pm.
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 9:39 am
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 2:13 pm
- Volunteer upgrades police ATV lighting - 9:45 am
- Soccer nets donated in memory of Drew Guyer - 9:41 am
- Marijuana, $8,600 found in car after fatal crash - 9:37 am
- EPA says 600-800 gallons of diesel fuel leaked into river - 9:34 am
- Diesel fuel leaks into Black River - 1:01 pm
- 30-day sentence for crash that killed 81-year-old woman - 9:14 am
- WRAP-UP: Fair notes 7K drop in ticket sales - 2:16 pm
- FAIR: Rundle and friends celebrate long decades attending - 10:54 am
- FAIR: Dock diving forges lasting bonds - 10:33 am
- Long lines for ‘legendary’ doughnuts - 9:10 am
Despite meetings, no vote on school board vacancy
The search for a new Wellington school board member to replace Lois Wulfhoop will last at least one more week.Despite special executive sessions Sunda...
EPA loan sought to replace water storage tank
It’s time to replace Wellington’s ground water storage tank and modernize its raw water pumping station controls, according to water super...
Relay for Life merges to one county event
The village’s biggest cancer charity fundraiser has been cancelled as part of an American Cancer Society move to merge its Relay for Life events...
Uniform allowances, testing costs hurt police budget
Cost of equipment and new training standards are stretching the Wellington police department’s bottom line, chief Tim Barfield recently told vil...
• Sept. 9 at 10:12 p.m.: Brenda Biddinger, 45, of Nova, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, BAC over .08, and failing to obe...
Huge numbers in Pirates-Raiders shoot-out
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseCorey Bartolic racked up 143 rushing yards and Riley Gibbs added another 120 to the Pirates’ tally...
Del Campo hard-pressed against Warriors
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseThe Warriors tore up the field last Wednesday with five first-half goals to take out the Dukes boys 5-0....
Warriors win all three sets
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseA hard loss was served up to the Wellington Dukes last Thursday in varsity volleyball action at home aga...
GIRLS SOCCER: An evenly-matched PAC battle
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseZoe Simmons knocked one in early Saturday to give Firelands a 1-0 advantage in girls varsity soccer acti...
BOYS SOCCER: Falcons take 2-0 win over Dukes
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseFirst half goals by Michael Douzos and Patrick Brightbill gave the Firelands Falcons a 2-0 win over Well...
Pirates blast out three wins over Dukes
Photos by Russ Gifford | Wellington EnterpriseBlack River stole the show Sept. 15 in varsity volleyball action at Wellington, but that didn’t st...
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GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY: Paul and Sharon Johnson
Paul and Sharon (Fowler) Johnson are celebrating 50 years together today.They met in Grand Rapids, Mich., where Paul was a college student and Sharon ...
A walk in the woods
I needed to stretch my legs.After too many hours at a desk, I needed to get away from the stress of the newspaper office, away from emails and phone c...
Bricks to be available as McCormick walls come down
The walls are coming down and the old McCormick Middle School is almost gone.But next week you’ll be able to take home a piece of the old buildi...
Three advance to state management competition
Three Lorain County JVS students placed in the recent District 8 DECA competitions at the Tri-C East Campus in Cleveland.Marketing management students...
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...
Friends thankful to fundraising partners
To the editor:Vendors and craft-lovers alike enjoyed the 34th annual Harvest of the Arts this Sunday. The Harvest is the major fundraiser for the Frie...
Turtle recipes have fallen out of vogue
I wish I would’ve watched my mom make her turtle soup since my boss got a couple of large ones and asked me if I knew how to cook them.My mom wo...
State report cards are broken and it feels intentional
Just try picking apart this year’s state report cards. I dare you.I’ve been trying for days to analyze the often nonsensical, convoluted w...
EpiPen’s soaring price leaves some buyers feeling sick
Disturbingly, the biggest back-to-school expense for some families this season might not be new clothes or even a laptop computer, but rather the cost...
Protecting Ohio students from for-profit scams
For too long, bad actors in the for-profit college sector have been allowed to prey on students, leaving them unable to secure the good-paying jobs th...
Wellington’s Harrison Ford named top Featherlite dealer for 2015 sales
Harrison Ford of Wellington has been named the top Featherlite dealer in overall sales for 2015.In addition to being the recipient of the Featherlite ...
Win a ‘The Force Awakens’ toy in Main Street Wellington raffle
Love Star Wars? You can win a remote-controlled BB-8 droid being raffled to benefit Main Street Wellington.Tickets are $5 each or five for $20. They m...
Everything old is new again at Bows -n- Britches
If you’re looking for anything from baby clothes to board games and everything in between, Nicole LaFleur’s new shop might be the place fo...
New business caters to elderly movers
Advocating on behalf of the elderly was one of Dee Mele’s main objectives when she became a member of the National Association of Senior Move Ma...
Village tries to bridge gap in lineman pay
Journeymen linemen working for Wellington will have the opportunity to earn a $2 per hour merit-based pay increase starting in January 2016.Village ma...