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Tower Educational Learning Center


All Day Childcare - Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Preschool - Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Afterschool Tutoring - Monday - Friday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Summer Camp - June-August - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Contact Jessie Tower for more information at 440-277-5553 or

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US will redirect air defense interceptor missiles to Ukraine that other allies had on order (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
The White House says it will rush delivery of air defense interceptor missiles to Ukraine by redirecting shipments that had been planned for other allied nations. The move comes as Washington scrambles to counter increased Russian attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure. National security spokesman John Kirby calls it a “difficult but necessary decision" to reprioritize planned foreign military sales to other countries. He declined to say how many nations would be affected. Kirby told reporters that “right now, we know that Ukraine urgently needs these additional capabilities."
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Mill on Main in downtown Oberlin becoming popular venue for gatherings (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
Oberlin native Jill Sawyer rejuvenated an historic building in downtown Oberlin to provide a unique community gathering space. Sawyer opened Mill on Main, 95 S. Main St., in September 2022. It’s since become a popular venue for celebrations ranging from reunions to weddings. “I am thrilled by how quickly Mill on Main has been embraced […]
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Keystone girls basketball: Wildcats use Lakewood Summer League to build on final four season (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
The echoes of Keystone’s historic run to the final four are fading away, but the returning players are hard at work this offseason. In June, the Wildcats once again participated in the Lakewood Summer League, and they saw a mixture of new and old faces. “Some of the girls have not played much varsity and […]
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S.E. Cupp: Biden replacement theory: fact or fever dream? (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
The presidential election is less than five months away, and the Democratic National Convention that will officially nominate sitting President Biden is exactly two months away.You’d think by now, and with these events fast-approaching, we’d have finally moved through the stages of grief to acceptance that Joe Biden, for all his flaws and weaknesses, is […]
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Witnesses say Elyria man demanded Jeep before he stabbed couple at a Nebraska interstate rest area (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) — Witnesses say they heard an Ohio man demand the keys to a Jeep that was being towed behind a Missouri couple’s RV before he brutally stabbed them both and killed the man at an Interstate 80 rest area. James Thompson Jr., 22, was formally charged with first-degree murder and 10 other felonies Thursday morning — a day after the attack at a rest area just outside Grand Island in eastern Nebraska. Thompson — who is from Elyria, Ohio — is represented by the Hall County public defender, who declined to comment on the case. Part […]
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Lorain Times

Lorain County schools welcomed 3,093 fourth grade students in 2022-23 school year (Thu, 20 Jun 2024)
There were 3,093 fourth grade students enrolled in Lorain County schools in the 2022-23 school year, according to reports from the Ohio Department of Education & Workforce. Read more…
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Decreasing number of Lorain County professional licenses issued in week ending April 27 (Mon, 17 Jun 2024)
There were 17 professional licenses issued in Lorain County in the week ending April 27, 2024 in Ohio, according to the eLicense Ohio Professional Licensure System. Read more…
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Lorain Times area weekly mass times (Sat, 15 Jun 2024)
The following parishes in the Lorain Times coverage area hold weekly mass at these designated times. Read more…
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Lorain County

Fligner's Market celebrates 100 years in business (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
A family-owned grocery store in Lorain is marking a major milestone. Fligner's Market has been serving the community for 100 years!
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Go pick your blueberries before the heat gets to them (Thu, 20 Jun 2024)
Strawberry season's already come and gone, and now, blueberries are next, but you need to get out there fast before heat affects the crop.
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Audio News Archive - SRN News

Ireland considers a hate crimes law (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
Ireland considers a hate crimes law VERBATIM:  Lawmakers are considering legislation that has stirred much controversy due to its vague wording.  One part of the proposed legislation makes it an offense to “possess materials that could incite hatred” — with a five year prison term to be levied against violators.  Some critics say that could make possession of a Bible against the law.  Scotland recently sparked an uproar with its own hate crimes statute.  Michael Harrington, SRN News. Brought to you by
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Niger revokes French company’s operating permit at major uranium mine (Fri, 21 Jun 2024)
NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — Nigerien military authorities have withdrawn the operating permit for a large uranium mine from the French company Orano, the company said, significantly escalating tensions between the military junta and the country’s former colonial power. Niger, a landlocked country of 26 million, is the world’s seventh biggest supplier of uranium, used for the production of weapons and nuclear power. In 2022, the country supplied over a quarter of the uranium used in the European Union, according to the bloc’s nuclear energy agency, making it its second-biggest uranium source, after Kazakhstan. Before the military coup last year, Niger was the West’s major economic and security partner in the Sahel, the vast region south of the Sahara Desert that has become a hot spot for violent extremism. But the military junta which seized power on the pledge of cutting ties with the West vowed to review mining concessions in the country and ordered the withdrawal of Western troops. The Imouraren mine, located in the northern part of the country, is one of the largest uranium deposits in the world, with reserves estimated at 200,000 tons. Mining activities were supposed to start there in 2015, but production was halted after the crash in uranium prices following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Thursday’s decision by the Nigerien junta comes “despite the resumption of activities on site, pursuant to the expectations they had expressed,” the company said in a statement. “Current market conditions, with a favorable increase in the price of uranium, make it possible to once again consider putting Imouraren into operation,” it said late Thursday. The infrastructure had reopened earlier this month, it added. The company’s exploitation plan “did not meet our expectations,” the Nigerien mining ministry wrote to the company in a letter dated June 20 and seen by The Associated Press. As a result, the mine has been “returned to the public domain” and exempted from all contractual rights, the letter said. Orano, which has been operating in Niger for over 50 years, said it has always followed “a responsible approach of partnership and transparency, acting in continuous consultation with the State of Niger and local stakeholders.” The company said it was “willing to keep all channels of communication open” with the Nigerien junta, but it reserved the right to challenge the decision to withdraw the permit in a national or international court. ___ Pronczuk reported from Dakar, Senegal. Brought to you by
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