November 27, 2014

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Memories of D-Day

63 years ago today, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, France, in the largest amphibious operation in history. It would be the beginning of the end for Adolf Hitler. Amherst man was on USS Harding AMHERST — Don Krebs, 83, who can still recall in great detail the moment he describes as the Read More…

Kisser of feet won’t go to jail

LORAIN — A principal who kissed the feet of three of his 14-year-old students avoided jail time at his sentencing Tuesday, but he must register as a sexually oriented offender for the next 10 years, effectively ending his career in education. Robert Holloway, 51, also was given two years of probation and must pay a Read More…

Ohio Senate budget plan gives more to higher ed

John McCarthy The Associated Press COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate on Tuesday outlined its state budget proposal for the next two years, including plans to freeze college tuition in both years and add $300 million to the House proposal for a total spending plan of $53.4 billion. The Senate Finance Committee voted unanimously to accept Read More…

EHS grads dodge raindrops

Graduating class of 438 includes 115 National Honor Society members It may have taken two days to pull it off, but it’s official: All 438 seniors from Elyria High finally had a chance to accept their diplomas Tuesday evening. But the rain that the district tried to escape by delaying commencement by a day didn’t Read More…

Southview grads have the hearts of saints

LORAIN — OK, so it wasn’t exactly graduation as planned Tuesday night for Southview High School students. Instead of filling George Daniel Stadium, the 205 graduates and their supporting cast of family and friends found themselves crammed into the high school gymnasium and overflowing into the school’s auditorium, where they watched the commencement on a Read More…