August 23, 2014

Elyria
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Elaine O’Dell Streator

Elaine O’Dell Streator (nee McIntyre), 75, of Elyria died Tuesday, September 11, 2007 at Life Care Center of Elyria. She was born December 2, 1931 in Elyria where she has been a life long resident. She was a 1949 graduate of Elyria High School and was Senior Class Treasurer. She had been employed as a Read More…

Bernice E. Richards

Bernice E. Richards, (nee Lewis), 89, of Wellington died Tuesday, September 11, 2009 at E.M.H. Regional Medical Center in Elyria, following a short illness. She was born February 4, 1918 in Kipton and was a Lorain County resident most of her life. Mrs. Richards worked at the former  Corporation in Elyria for 22 years. After Read More…

Browns trade Frye to Seattle

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns starting quarterback Charlie Frye, benched before halftime in the season opener, was traded to Seattle for an undisclosed draft pick on Tuesday, a stunningly swift move as Cleveland clears the way for rookie Brady Quinn. Frye was dealt less than 48 hours after playing poorly and being pulled in the Read More…

Akron mayor faces Democratic challenger today

AKRON (AP) — Akron’s longtime mayor is touting his leadership experience as he faces his first Democratic primary opponent in 20 years. The challenger, city councilman Joe Finley, has said that under Mayor Don Plusquellic (pluhs-KWEHL’-ihk), people have been moving out of Akron instead of the city moving in the right direction. Polls are open Read More…

Mourners pay respects to Gillmor

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Hundreds of mourners filed through the Rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse Tuesday to pay respects to U.S. Rep. Paul Gillmor. Gillmor, a Republican known for his quiet, low-key approach, spent four decades in politics, including nearly 20 years in Congress. He was found dead in his apartment in suburban Washington last Read More…

N.Y. ceremonies solemn for Sept. 11 anniversary

W YORK (AP) — Relatives of Sept. 11 victims bowed their heads in silence Tuesday to mark the moments exactly six years earlier when hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field. The dreary skies created a grim backdrop, and a sharp contrast to the clear blue of that Read More…

Cabrera delivers big blow as Indians down White Sox

CHICAGO — Rookie Asdrubal Cabrera first got Eric Wedge’s attention on paper. Now the Cleveland Indians manager gets to see him perform in person. Cabrera hit a tie-breaking two-run homer in the seventh inning and added a sacrifice fly in the ninth to lead the Indians to a rain-delayed 6-2 victory over the Chicago White Read More…

Browns facing a quarterback quandary

BEREA — The chants for Brady Quinn started Sunday in the second quarter and grew louder with each sack, fumble and interception by Charlie Frye and Derek Anderson. Those cries resonated Monday at Browns headquarters after a 34-7 loss to the Steelers started the season in the worst possible way. The quarterback position was a Read More…

Browns notes: Zastudil thinks he’ll be able to play Saturday

BEREA — Dave Zastudil thinks he turned the corner with his strained back and will be able to punt Sunday against Cincinnati. “I feel good,” he said Monday. “I think I’m over that hump. I’m trying to get stronger, start kicking and get ready for Sunday. “When Cincinnati comes, I expect to be full-go. My Read More…

Prep soccer preview: Talented Wellington could go far

First things first. Christian Huelsman will soon become one of the top 10 all-time goal-scorers in Ohio high school soccer history. When his career ends in October or November, he’ll probably rank in the top five or six — good Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise. But that’s not at the top of the Read More…