August 20, 2014

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Mildred H. Smith

Mildred H. "Sis" Smith (nee: Dean), 84,  of Elyria, died August 10, 2007 at EMH Regional Medical Center. She was born November 26, 1922 in Westlake, and has been a resident of Elyria since 1942. She was a member of St. Jude Church, Elyria, Elyria United Polish Club and the Red Hat Society. She had Read More…

David L. Hornbeck

David L. Hornbeck, 57, of Avon Lake, formerly of Madison WI, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2007, of heart failure. Mr. Hornbeck was born April 2, 1950, in Pittsburgh PA and had lived in Avon Lake since 1988. Mr. Hornbeck was a graduate of West Virginia University, with a degree in Journalism. He was a Read More…

How to contact The Chronicle

Need to get ahold of someone at The Chronicle-Telegram? Don’t try direct dialing an employee since our phone system still is being repaired.Instead, call (440) 329-7000, use the cell phone numbers listed below or visit www.chroniclet.com and drop an e-mail to the person you want to reach. Not sure whom to contact? General releases may Read More…

Browns’ Quinn looks OK, just not fan-tastic as rain keeps public away again

BEREA — Brady Quinn waited hours to be drafted and weeks to sign a contract. He’s finally settling in with the Browns, but the fans are still waiting — to see him on the field. Quinn, who signed a five-year deal Tuesday night, was supposed to practice in front of fans for the first time Read More…

Browns’ McGinest to miss at least six weeks after back surgery

BEREA — The Browns haven’t played a preseason game, but they’re already down two outside linebackers. Starter Willie McGinest and backup/special teamer Matt Stewart had surgeries Thursday. McGinest had surgery in Los Angeles to fix a bulging disc in his back and will miss at least six weeks. Stewart had surgery to repair a torn Read More…

Browns camp: Thursday lowdown

WHAT HAPPENED: The practice was moved inside — and therefore closed to the public — after more rain hit Berea. The Browns waited as long as they could before canceling it, but were forced to turn away the fans who came to watch Brady Quinn. SURGERY CENTER: Outside linebacker Willie McGinest underwent surgery to repair Read More…

Tribe notes: Hafner misses game, gets treatment for sore knee

Indians designated hitter Travis Hafner was out of the lineup Thursday night against the Chicago White Sox while he rested and treated a sore left knee, an injury he got sliding into second base Tuesday night. Hafner had to leave for a pinch-hitter in the sixth inning Wednesday night when he began to hobble around. Read More…

Indians’ Laffey gets first win, trip back to the minors

CHICAGO — Aaron Laffey outpitched Mark Buehrle to earn his first major league win Thursday night. And what was the rookie’s reward after helping the Cleveland Indians to a 7-5 win over the Chicago White Sox? A trip back to the minors. “I knew that was always the possibility that I wasn’t going to be Read More…

Gary Gerrone column: Here’s your shot to see shooting stars

Rain means clouds, and clouds mean that my son cannot see any shooting stars. This is not good, especially since he finally saw his first one, and he is really primed for the annual Perseid Meteor Shower this weekend. Oh, I hope it is clear … Now, you will notice that I have kinda mixed Read More…

Daly finds no practice is perfect, opens with 67 at PGA

TULSA, Okla. — After all these years, John Daly still loves to grip it and rip it. First at the slot machines. Then at Southern Hills. Neither figured to be the smart choice at the PGA Championship. Instead of practicing on a course he had not seen in 13 years, Daly chose to gamble at Read More…