It’s not finished yet, but children’s garden is starting to take shape BIRMINGHAM — The aromatic smell of flowers will be sure to tickle the noses of the smallest Schoepfle Garden guests when the park’s newest project — an interactive children’s garden — opens Sept. 1. In fact, the entire garden concept is designed to [...]
Sheffield police Monday, June 4 6:55 a.m. — Mike Bass Ford, Ediberto Huertas Jr., 21, Lorain, no license. 12:14 p.m. — 4100 block Berkeley Dr., Daniell Haskiell, 35, Sheffield, assault and domestic violence. Tuesday, June 5 1:40 p.m. — James Day Park, Carmen Tejada, 22, Lorain, driving under suspension. Wednesday, June 6 9:09 p.m. — [...]
Cabrera up one, only player not over par Doug Ferguson The Associated Press OAKMONT, Pa. — It was a simple shot on a difficult golf course, a 135-yard sand wedge from Angel Cabrera that skidded to a stop a foot from the hole, a rare birdie at Oakmont that changed so many things. It put [...]
Cavaliers may have to decide how badly they want to keep Pavlovic and Varejao CLEVELAND — Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry spent some time Friday reflecting on his team’s 4-0 NBA Finals loss to the San Antonio Spurs, but his primary focus is now on the future. One of Ferry’s first orders of business will [...]
Being the self-fulfilling, defeatist, woe-is-us-let’s-all-eat-worms-and-die kind of town we are, we will eagerly take The Sweep and (with moist eyes) clasp it to our breast and hold on to it for dear life — just like we cling to Red Right 88, The Drive, The Fumble, The Shot and The Choke — the latter being [...]
braves 5, indians 4 Indians waste Blake HR, can’t solve Wickman CLEVELAND — Shades of 1995? Friday night’s game between Atlanta and Cleveland sort of fit the bill. It featured both ninth-inning heroics at Jacobs Field and the Braves coming out on top, as Yunel Escobar’s two-run double powered the National League team to a [...]
CLEVELAND — A smile crept across first-round pick Beau Mills’ face as he was asked two questions at the same time Friday in the Indians dugout. He didn’t bother to ask the reporters to repeat the questions because it was obvious he’d been asked them both many times before. “I quit playing football after my [...]
Gemela A. Archer (nee: Kaleel), 75, of Elyria died Wednesday at her home following a brief illness. She was born June 4, 1932 in Cleveland and lived in Elyria for most of her life. Mrs. Archer worked as a clerk for the Lorain County Clerk of Courts for 16 years, retiring in 1993. Following her [...]
Mrs. Marcella S. "Marcy" Cornell (nee: Verhoff), 89, of Elyria died Thursday at New Life Hospice Center of St. Joseph in Lorain following a long illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Bauer-Laubenthal Funeral Home, Elyria.
Ruford D. Freeman, 77, of Lorain, died Friday morning, June 15, 2007 at his home. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Walter A. Frey Funeral Home, 700 West Erie Avenue, Lorain.