LORAIN — A day care worker has been fired but no charges will be filed against her after she was accused of striking a 1-year-old child in her care in June.
ELYRIA — Mayor Holly Brinda’s success in raising money through philanthropic efforts will be tested again this year as she is set to lead the city through a capital campaign to replace the fountain in Ely Square in time for the city’s bicentennial celebration in 2017.
ELYRIA — Weeks after its release, the GPS-based reality game “Pokemon Go” is still going strong and sometimes taking people to places where they shouldn’t be.
Police say this appears to be an isolated incident.→
The family of a Fremont man whose body was found at the Lorain County Landfill after falling to his death down a trash chute at Progressive Field has sued the Cleveland Indians, the Gateway Economic Development Corp. and various vendors at the stadium.
LORAIN — City Council will be taking the first steps tonight to get a fire levy on the November ballot.→
PHILADELPHIA — Bernie Sanders supporters numbering in the thousands from all over the country — including Ohio — marched under a scorching sun Sunday afternoon, calling on the Vermont senator to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president.→
AVON LAKE — There was a time when residents could hop on a railway car along the shores of Lake Erie and get to Cleveland in less time than it takes to drive downtown today.→
BEREA — The Browns team headquarters has never looked better (or been bigger) than it is now. Franchise officials unveiled their massive offseason renovations Thursday, which include a new 5,000-square foot natatorium and a 3,500-square foot →
BEREA — Browns running back Isaiah Crowell doesn’t know if he will be cheered or booed when he runs onto the practice field today. Regardless of the reaction, the third-year pro plans on focusing on football — and not the social →
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — A drab year for Jimmy Walker took a turn for the worse two weeks ago at the British Open, when he stayed in what was dubbed the “frat house” at Royal Troon with Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Jason →
BEREA -- Browns fans are experts on quarterback competitions in training camp. After all, they’ve seen one just about every year for nearly two decades. Some turned the competitors into enemies. Others divided the locker room. Most featured →
BEREA -- Josh Gordon stood in front of the mob of reporters for the first time since December 2014, wearing a Browns visor and workout shirt and just yards from the practice field he used to dominate. He described himself as “elated” to →
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