Romona Robinson is not originally from Northeast Ohio, but you wouldn’t know that based on her commitment to the community. Whether she is on a local newscast or speaking at a church, she has made a pledge to spread the positive news of the world.

Romona joined the Ray Horner Morning Show, hosted by Tony Mazur, to promote her new book, A Dirt Road to Somewhere. A decade-long labor of love has come to fruition in the form of print, and it is an inspiring story of being raised in a small, poverty-stricken town to having the chance to interview presidents. Romona also talks about her embrace of Northeast Ohio over her 30-year career in Cleveland television.

Romona’s day job is as the evening anchor for Cleveland 19 News, after spending a 15-year run at WKYC Channel 3. A Dirt Road to Somewhere from Halo Publishing is available on Amazon, as well as her website,

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Monday, 19 September 2016 17:13

AUDIO Despite Flashes, Browns Woes Continue

The Cleveland Browns are 0-2 after their loss to the Baltimore Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium. They are down to their third quarterback in as many weeks with rookie Cody Kessler starting against the Dolphins next week.

Sports Director from Cleveland 19 Tony Zarrella joined hosts Jay Brophy and Justin McKinney to talk about the Browns and their development moving forward.

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