November 23, 2014

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Officials want state to help lure Hollywood to Ohio

James Hannah The Associated Press State development officials and moviemaking groups want more action when it comes to persuading filmmakers to shoot in Ohio. After the state eliminated the Ohio Film Commission in 2002 to save money, the Development Department is trying to establish a state film office that would help market shooting locations from Read More…

TV networks try to build buzz with creative ads

David Bauder The Associated Press NEW YORK — Some of the most creative thinking in television these days has nothing to do with comedy or drama. It’s about the commercials. Fueled by a growing sense of desperation, networks are inserting games, quizzes and mini-dramas into commercial breaks. They’re incorporating more product pitches into programming. Two Read More…

John B. Brooks Jr.

John B. Brooks Jr., 63, of LaGrange, died Saturday at his home, following a sudden illness. He was born December 19, 1943 in Cleveland and was a LaGrange resident for 15 years. Mr. Brooks worked for Key Corp. in Cleveland for 33 years, retiring in 1999 as senior vice-president of the trust dept. He was Read More…

Milton Joseph Buswell

Milton Joseph Buswell, 87, of Elyria, passed away Monday, May 28, 2007 at The Hospital for Orthopedic & Specialty Services in Amherst  following a sudden illness. He was born January 31, 1920 in Elyria where he was raised and graduated from Elyria High School in 1938. Elyria has been his home all his life. Milton Read More…

Lenora Alice Crites

Lenora Alice Crites, 92, of  Kendallville, Indiana, died Saturday, May 26, 2007 at Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Wayne, Indiana after a short illness. Mrs. Crites was born May 9, 1915 in Brunswick, the daughter of the late, William C. and Ruby R. (Dake) Bonner. She had lived in Elyria, Sullivan and the New London areas for Read More…

Regina C. Warren

Regina C. Warren (nee Weber), 99, of North Ridgeville, died Sunday morning, May 27, 2007 at the Northridge Health Center, North Ridgeville. She was born in Lorain, on January 25, 1908. She was a lifelong resident of Lorain County, having moved from Lorain to Elyria Township in 1954 and then to North Ridgeville in 2000. Read More…

Indictment: Doctor moved millions of pills

Terry Kinney The Associated Press CINCINNATI — A Chicago doctor and two Kentucky woman who ran pain clinics in southern Ohio distributed millions of highly addictive pills that may have led to more than a dozen deaths, according to a federal indictment. The mother of one man who died says there’s no doubt in her Read More…