Vermilion Lady Sailors traveled to Perkins on Friday, April 14, and came home earning an 11-5 victory. Perkins led 3-2 after the first inning, but the Sailors scored runs in the next four innings for the win. Maggie Hoffman & Becca Oates combined for the win on the mound. Leading hitters for the Sailors wereContinue reading “Softball team eliminates competition”
On Tuesday, April 11, the varsity boys tennis team beat Tiffin Calvert High School 3-2. Jared Schuetz and Luke Hoerig each defeated their Tiffin opponents. Likewise, in doubles, Alex Lutz and Jack Rini beat their opponents 7-5 and 6-3; Brandon Weitzel and Kyle Billings also beat their opponents 6-2 and 6-2. The boys team facedContinue reading “Boys tennis enjoys a winning week”
On Tuesday, April 4, the Sailor Boy’s took to the track again and continue to improve their marks as 10 of the athletes ran, threw or jumped their best mark ever on the track placing third in the meet. Leading the way for the boys were Doug O’Donnell as he took 1st in the 300Continue reading “Vermilion Varsity Coed Track continues to grow and achieve as a team”
By Karen Cornelius Vermilion Fire Chief Chris Stempowski reported details of an apartment fire to the Health and Safety Committee of city council on Monday, April 10. He said the fire started in an apartment at 325 Nantucket on Friday, March 31, around 5:30 p.m. Fortunately, everyone involved was safe and the fire was knockedContinue reading “An apartment fire was contained”
Main Street Vermilion Executive Director Marilou Suszko presented the Main Street Vermilion 2016 Annual Report to city council at the Monday, April 3, meeting.
The Wakefield Mansion Restoration Committee met with DS Architecture on Wednesday, March 29, when DSA provided their preliminary assessment of the condition of the property.
By: Melanie Williamson During the Thursday, March 9, Port Authority meeting, Port Operations Manager Bill Yancar provided the board with a list of upcoming projects and potential projects to improve Water Works, McGarvey’s Landing, South Street Ramp, Exchange Street, Clarion Drive, and some general projects. The list included installing a ceiling and outdoor fans inContinue reading “Port Authority shares list of upcoming projects and potential projects”
From the unapproved minutes of the Brownhelm Township Board of Trustees regular meeting held on Monday, April 3. Zoning updates: Zoning Inspector John Schmalz had no permits to submit. He submitted an annual summary submitted by Thomas Horseman, Commercial Inspector. Schmalz reported he sent a request to Lorain County MetroParks about getting permits for theContinue reading “Brownhelm Trustees discuss possible road projects, ongoing complaints”
By: Melanie Williamson What started as something fun to do on a Saturday has turned into a passion for one young girl. Two years ago, Molly Wade and her father went to Bad Boy Bait and Tackle on a Saturday to try archery as something different to do together. She shared that neither of themContinue reading “Sailorway student Molly Wade breaks record and wins archery championship”
A sixth grade student at St. Mary School in Vermilion, Patrick Anders is one of 576 finalists chosen to compete in a national math competition called MathCON in Chicago this April.