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Solve a murder mystery in Lake County’s history

Discover one of the most perplexing murder mysteries in Lake County’s history during an online program we’re hosting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 5. Ginnie Jeschelnig will discuss the strange death of Dr. Giuseppe Romano who was killed in … Continue reading

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Discover what Lake County looked like in summers gone by

Revisit what summer looked like decades ago in Lake County during a special program from Mentor Public Library. Tonya Busic from Lake County History Center takes you on a tour of the camps, beaches, resorts, drive-ins and dance halls that were fixtures of summers … Continue reading

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Meet the women spies of Ohio

Did you know that a young woman who lived in Lake County served as a Union spy by request of none less than President Abraham Lincoln? You can learn about this woman (whose name was Elizabeth Stiles, by the way) and … Continue reading

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Take a trip to Bomb City, USA

Learn about the bloody war between Irish mobster Danny Greene and the Cleveland mafia during a special program at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 9, at our Main Branch. The battle was so fatal and explosive that it left Cleveland … Continue reading

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Discover romantic tragedies from Ohio’s past

Forget the mush this Valentine’s Day and indulge in some tragedy instead. You can discover stories about fascinating couples from our state’s history and their sometimes-doomed relationships during a special program about Ohio’s romantic tragedies at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, at our … Continue reading

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