Admiral King High News
Admiral King High School News Submitted by Alumni
ReunionApril 5, 2016 by Catherine Furci DeAngelis (Register to contact)
Hello classmates! The invitations are being mailed tomorrow for our 50th reunion. On the front of the invite it reads the price is $45.00 per person, which is correct. On the inside, on the reservation page, it reads $40.00 per person - THIS IS INCORRECT. Please remit the $45.00 per person as it states on the front page. Yours truly missed a typo! sorry! thank you! Can't wait to see you all at the reunion!
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One of Lorain City Schools' top administrators will move over one county to the west to take a job in Sandusky City Schools.
Lorain native honored by Kent State students | Lorain County The Morning Journal
Carmen Blakely, a Lorain native, is a Science and Nutrition professor at Kent State University who was chosen alongside others as a Professor of the Game.
Alpha Kappa Alpha's Lorain chapter participates in local, national programs The Morning Journal
The Lorain chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. sorority, Iota Phi Omega chapter, will attend a cluster meeting with other northern Ohioan and western ...
Lorain Schools fills five new administrative positions | Ohio The Morning Journal
Lorain City Schools has filled five new administrative leadership positions whose roles are aligned to the goals of The Lorain Promise, the district's academic ...
Lorain police officer accepts position as Lorain City Schools safety coordinator The Morning Journal
Lorain City Schools has hired Reuben Figueroa as its school safety coordinator.
Boarders board game cafe opens on Broadway in Lorain The Morning Journal
Tabletop competition has come to Broadway in a new venture by a Lorain businesswoman.
Suspects arrested in home invasion, attack on beloved member of Lorain community WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland
LORAIN, Ohio-- Investigators arrested two suspects in the home invasion and attack on a well-known member of the Lorain community. (Watch our previous ...
Rita's Christian Academy in Lorain serves hundreds of children The Morning Journal
Rita Garcia has two sons, five grandchildren and hundreds more children who have come to her for care.
Lorain football players, fans meet new field The Morning Journal
There were hamburgers on the grill and football on the gridiron July 9 as the Lorain High School football team held a mini-camp at George Daniel Field.
Lorain school officials eye demolition for former Southview High School The Morning Journal
Lorain's former Southview High School will be demolished next year, according to school district plans.
Sommers returns to Lorain Port Authority board; Carr steps down The Morning Journal
A former board member of the Lorain Port Authority will return to the post to replace another board member who stepped down.
Legendary Lorain radio personality and teacher, Jim Allen Popiel, attacked at home WKYC-TV
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Retired teachers view future of Lorain High School The Morning Journal
With eight acres under roof, a tour of the new Lorain High School left retired teachers with a question.
Veteran sports reporter robbed, assaulted Chronicle Telegram
Jim Allen Popiel, shown here being recognized by Lorain City Schools in 2008, was robbed and assaulted in his home early Thursday. STEVE MANHEIM ...
New Lorain Academic Distress Commission chair knows best, worst of Lorain The Morning Journal
The chair of the new Lorain Academic Distress Commission rose from poverty, earned a doctorate and landed a job as program officer at Nord Family ...
Lorain Schools on the verge of a new legacy The Morning Journal
The opening of a new Lorain High School in August is stirring a deep history of local education that began in a log cabin built in 1827 near the shores.
Lorain man dies after Amherst crash | Ohio The Morning Journal
A Lorain man will be laid to rest Aug. 10, after succumbing to injuries from a July crash in Amherst.
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Chairmaker and Friends ready for renaissance in Vermilion The Morning Journal
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Lorain Council President Joel Arrendondo fueled by love of trains The Morning Journal
A childhood gift turned into a lifelong passion for the leader of Lorain City Council. Joel Arredondo, 70, is in his fifth term as Lorain City Council president.
Meet the new members of the Lorain Academic Distress Commission The Morning Journal
The appointment of a new commission to oversee Lorain City Schools is up for discussion when Superintendent Dr. Jeff Graham holds an open-door session ...
Lorain teacher extends efforts to distress commission | Ohio The Morning Journal
Dorinda Hall's favorite place to be is surrounded by students as they arrive each morning at Lorain High School.
Lorain Schools hires Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools treasurer The Morning Journal
Lorain School Board chose Joshua J. Hill as treasurer to fill the position when Treasurer Dale Weber retires in the summer.
Lorain businessman George Schneider dies at 51 | Ohio The Morning Journal
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Lorain teachers speculate about freshmen and new Titan Academy The Morning Journal
From a television sitcom in the 1980s and 1990s, a “Cheers” theme song proposed, “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.”
Broadway projects in Lorain heating up despite cold weather The Morning Journal
The temperatures are low and the snow is piled high, but a number of projects are in the works for Broadway in Lorain in 2015.
Lorain High School JROTC officer Sam Obechi retiring after 20 years The Morning Journal
LORAIN - After 20 years, the Lorain High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps will soon be under the watchful command of a new instructor as its ...
Little Devil Cupcakery to open on Oberlin Avenue in Lorain The Morning Journal
Custom cupcakes and confections are on the menu at Lorain's newest bakery.
Sheffield Lake resident and 'Sugar Savvy' author issues healthy lifestyle challenge The Morning Journal
The day after graduation in 1966 from Admiral King High School, Kathie Dolgin boarded a plane and flew to Los Angeles.
Goodman family donates $712,440 warehouse to Lorain schools Cleveland Jewish News
The Goodman family of Lorain donated its former Goodman Beverage Co. warehouse valued at $712440 to the Lorain City Schools.
28th Street Auto Repair and More creates opportunities The Morning Journal
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