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The days are getting longer, the sun is shining, and in this week’s council discussions, the subject of why people visit Vermilion came up numerous times. One only needs to see this shot, take… Read more

In the wake of its highly-successful annual fundraiser held at German’s Villa held this past week, hiatugot together to celebrate raising over $125,000 for Ukrainian Relief. Vermilion Rotary P… Read more

The American Legion Auxiliary and Vermilion Business and Professional Women have chosen the Buckeye Girls State participants for 2022. Picture are, front, l-r: Andrea Appleton, Rhonda Davis Po… Read more

This past Saturday, the VHS Track and Field Team came together and volunteered to clean Main Street Beach, along with mulching and cleaning Friendship Park and many other areas of downtown Ver… Read more

Eighteen bridge boxes planted were planted by 29 volunteers for a Main Street Partner Program that has been beautifying our community for 29 years. Still every spring, it feels new and fresh. … Read more

                After a three-year hiatus, the Rotary Club of Vermilion collaborated with Devon Snook, advisor of the VHS Speech and Debate team, to participate in one of the signature events … Read more

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April showers (and snow) are bringing flowers, and just like the cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C., one neighborhood that really shines in the city is the Marina, Linda, and Cliffside Drive … Read more

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It’s warming up, the sun is out, the fishermen are in town, and of course, spring yields many beautiful views of our city. Leave it to our own Scott Dommin to get out his drone to capture a un… Read more

The Brownhelm Historical Association (BHA) is hosting another Grandma’s Attic Sale on Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Historic Brownhelm School, 1950 North Ri… Read more

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Drone technology has enabled all V-town residents to get a look from above of our fair city, and one photographer who has embraced the technology is our very own Scott Dommin, who got a lot of… Read more

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On March 14, the Vermilion Post 397 Auxiliary held a Draping the Charter ceremony in remembrance of their beloved Rebecca Missig. Pictured are Carol Hoff and Rita Hart. Read more

The Vermilion History Museum recently received a grant from the Mylander Foundation of Sandusky, OH in the amount of $5,670. The purpose of the grant is to replace nine windows in the historic… Read more

On Friday, March 18, the Vermilion Police Department said goodbye to Dean Mayer who retired after 32 1/2 years of service. Drew Davis (pictured with Vermilion Municipal Court Judge Zack Dolyk)… Read more

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With all the turmoil going on in the Ukraine, VPJ photographer Missi Valenti, who scours the North Coast on her way to work east for beautiful views, caught this one just west of Main Street B… Read more

Attendees flocked to the recently re-opened Cleveland IX Center for the Cleveland Boat Show March this past weekend (March 17-20) for the first indoor boat show in the region since January 202… Read more

The vegetable garden located at St. Mary’s Church is a true community garden, one that produces food used to feed our community. Since 2012, volunteers have managed the garden, planting, tendi… Read more

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The fishermen are out, and rumor has it that the fishing between Sherod Park and Cranberry Creek is fantastic, and the local marinas are preparing for another busy season. Taking advantage of … Read more