November 20, 2014

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Police blotter: Aug. 12

Sheriff’s office Saturday, Aug. 4 4:01 a.m. – Royalton Road. Ryan E. Peker, 20, of Eaton Township, charged with leaving scene of accident and reckless operation. Monday, Aug. 7 6:01 p.m. – Lake Avenue. Laura Cusick, 22, of Elyria, charged with speeding. 7:51 p.m. – Grafton Road. Jonah A. Smith, 25, of Elyria, charged with Read More…

Kipton officials report threats

KIPTON — Village Councilwoman Dorothy Collins and Mayor Dennis Watson were the target of several harassing telephone calls days before they met to discuss disbanding the troubled police force, which has been marred by suspensions, state investigations and resignations that have left the small town without a police department. Collins, one of six Kipton Village 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 drop an e-mail to the person you want to reach.Not sure whom to contact? General releases may be e-mailed to Read More…

NASA to inspect shuttle damage

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A routine shuttle mission, highlighted by a teacher’s first spaceflight and space station construction, is now overshadowed by a potentially serious gash in Endeavour’s thermal shield. A detailed laser inspection today of the difficult-to-reach area on Endeavour’s belly may send astronauts out to repair the 3-inch wound later in the week. Read More…

Wait continues at mine

HUNTINGTON, Utah — A video camera lowered into a mine where six workers have been missing for more than five days shows “survivable space,” a federal official said Saturday, but attempts to signal the miners were met by silence. The void found by a camera lowered into a new hole showed an intact ceiling over Read More…

Elyrian driven by tragedy, fueled by faith

Wayne Dieckman is not your ordinary grandfather. If the motorcycle alone didn’t make that clear, the tattoos, pierced nipple and Harley Davidson gear should. Dieckman, 60, is best recognized in the Elyria community where he lives by his three-wheeled custom Harley Davidson motorcycle. STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE Wayne Dieckman, of Elyria, sits on his tri-wheel Read More…