November 28, 2014

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Lined up for success

BEREA — Browns fans may have to find something new to complain about this year. The offensive line, the perennial punching bag for angry talk show callers since the team’s return in 1999, is projected as a strength this year. Coach Romeo Crennel points to the line as a reason for optimism, and its elder Read More…

Holdout costing Quinn his shot? – Browns Notes

BEREA — Coach Romeo Crennel said he would’ve given rookie Brady Quinn a fair shot to win the starting quarterback job if he had made it to training camp on time. Quinn has likely blown that chance, as his holdout drags on. “He’s pretty far behind,” Crennel said Tuesday. “We have a lot of offense Read More…

Burge to decide contempt charge

Case against assistant prosecutor bounced back to original judge ELYRIA — The fate of an assistant county prosecutor held in contempt last week is back in the hands of county Common Pleas Judge James Burge. A day after Burge agreed with prosecutors that he’s already made up his mind that Tony Cillo was in contempt Read More…

Car dealer pleads guilty

ELYRIA — Had he been convicted of the 110 charges leveled against him by a county grand jury, William Griesser was facing the possibility of as much as 425 years in prison. Wisely, his attorney said, the Avon used car dealer chose to take a plea bargain that will send him to prison for 10 Read More…

School board puts income tax to Oberlin voters

OBERLIN — Voters will get the opportunity to eliminate two property tax levies for the Oberlin Schools if they approve an income tax earmarked for the schools in November. School board members approved a plan to go after the income tax Tuesday night. Board President Marci Alegant said the argument to shift the burden from Read More…

Lake Motel allowed to reopen

ELYRIA — The owner of a Lorain motel shut down by police in May because they said it was a haven for drugs and prostitution cut a deal with prosecutors to allow it to reopen for business. Kalpesh Patel agreed to keep the motel’s former resident manager, his brother Hetalkumar Patel, away from the business, Read More…

Dale A. Carek

Dale A. Carek, 66, of Amherst Township, passed away Monday, July 30, 2007 at his home following a sudden illness. He was born February 19, 1941 in Amherst and moved from Lorain to Amherst Township 15 years ago. Dale was a graduate of Avon Lake High School, Class of 1959, and the Cleveland Barber College Read More…

Sophie M. Golski

Sophie M. Golski (nee Dobrowski), 89, of Elyria, died Monday, July 30, 2007, at Life Care Center of Elyria. She was born October 25, 1917 in Elyria, where she was a lifelong resident. For 25 years, Mrs. Golski worked at Stouffer’s in Fairview Park as a waitress, then as a hostess; she then worked at Read More…

Laura S. Long

Laura S. Long (nee Scott), 102 years, 9 months, of Lorain died on Tuesday, July 31, 2007, at the home of her son,  Mack Long in Lorain following a short illness. Mrs. Long was born in Guthrie Center, IA on October 17, 1904. She was raised in the state of Iowa and has lived in Read More…

Winifred R. Slevin

Winifred R. Slevin (nee Logan), 96, of Lorain, died Monday, July 30, 2007, at Golden Acres Nursing Home. She was born February 27, 1911, in Wakeman, and lived in Lorain since 1926. She was a graduate of St. Pauls, Norwalk. In her early years she helped with Mineral Baths in Lorain, and in later years Read More…