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.
VERMILION — Lorain police Sgt. Bob Brown is clear when he says he gets more than he gives during the Operation Open Heart one-week campout in Mill Hollow Park.
PITTSFIELD TWP. — An all-terrain vehicle rollover sent two people to the hospital Wednesday.
ELYRIA — Get ready to get rid of all the old tax returns, bills and other documents that have been clogging up the filing cabinet.
PHILADELPHIA — Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer and state Rep. Dan Ramos, D-Lorain, had hoped Hillary Clinton would pick U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Cleveland, to be her running mate, but they understand why former Virginia Gov. and U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine got the nod.
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.→
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Jason Day and Jordan Spieth are at Baltusrol. So are 20 club pros, who for one week of the year get treated on equal ground as the best golfers in the world. They drive the same model Mercedes-Benz as courtesy cars. →
The Browns who haven’t already reported — healthy veterans — will arrive in Berea today. They’ll check in, take the conditioning test and listen to coach Hue Jackson’s pre-camp address before hitting the field Friday →
Still trying to get back into the writing groove after a two-week vacation, so let’s eliminate the need for transitions and Rick-o-chet around the world of sports: I get that analytical studies prove it’s rarely the right thing to do, →
At this point, with four days left until Monday’s trade deadline, the question isn’t whether or not the Indians will make a trade, but rather when, with whom and for what? A reliever? A catcher? An outfield bat? All of those are on the →
CLEVELAND — The third time has most definitely been the charm for Tyler Naquin. Showing his youth on occasion during his first two stints with the Indians, the rookie outfielder has flourished after making his third trip to Cleveland, forcing →
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