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Exploring Northeast Ohio’s heroin problem

By Nicole Hennessy Westshore Last year I wrote a short series about heroin use in Northeast Ohio – an epidemic, they say. A seemingly unsolvable situation after a decade of opiate-based painkillers being prescribed for every little ailment, ache and pain, until the number of addicts became noticeable and the process to stop the trend began, […]

Culture: The driving force of education

As the director of a small team, I once had an upper manager advise me, “Wherever you put your focus, that will be what your team focuses on, too.” And soon after, I realized how true that statement was, not only in management but with everything in life. We see it every day. As a […]

Set a good pace when going from couch to 5K

By Ryan Kaczmarski I started this summer with a goal of competing in, and finishing, the annual Classic at Mastick 5K cross country race. I have covered the event over the last few years, and I thought it would be fun to get out there and run with all of the local cross country teams […]

Recycling waste generated by businesses; discussions worth having

Driving down Lorain Road, I imagine all the dumpsters behind all the businesses full of recyclable materials that are not going to be recycled. The same thing goes for every other busy road, shopping center or strip mall. I’m realistic; I don’t expect that every single piece of paper or bottle that can be recycled […]

 

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