October 2, 2014

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Indians 4, Mariners 3: Borowski blows lead but Tribe still wins

SEATTLE  _ After a wild pickoff attempt set up the go-ahead run, Kenny Lofton knocked in Asdrubal Cabrera with a sacrifice fly in the 12th inning and the Cleveland Indians outlasted the Seattle Mariners 4-3 Tuesday night. Cabrera opened the 12th with a four-pitch walk from Brandon Morrow (3-4). Ryan Rowland-Smith took over and his Read More…

Browns: Nothing positive out of latest loss

So much changed with one missed assignment by Nat Dorsey. Phil Dawson’s field goal was blocked. The Browns fell to 1-2. The red-eye flight got longer. The world, and the team itself, views the team differently. If Dorsey had held firm at the point of attack and Dawson’s field goal had been good, the Browns Read More…

Sheila Ann Davis

Sheila Ann Davis, (nee Bedgood), 60, of Columbus, died Wednesday, September 19, 2007, at OSU Medical Center in Columbus. She was born August 27, 1947, in Lorain. She attended Clearview High School and was a longtime resident of Lorain before moving to Columbus. She was a member of New Covenant Believers Church in Columbus where Read More…

Hospital planned in Elyria

CHP will build facility near Ireland Cancer Center ELYRIA — A new medical facility, tentatively called St. Mary’s Community Hospital, likely will be built next to the Ireland Cancer Center on Schadden Road, but what role it will play in the area’s health care network isn’t being disclosed, hospital officials said Tuesday. The facility, which Read More…

Coughlin: Times have changed at Notre Dame

Two eras in Notre Dame football collided last Saturday and they’re still clearing the wreckage. The great coach Ara Parseghian, now 80, was honored in the morning at the unveiling of his statue — a magnificent piece of artwork by the famed sculptor Jerry McKenna, who has done 20 pieces at Notre Dame and countless Read More…

Fall takes its first couple of days off

Summer tried this week to hang on a bit longer. On Monday and Tuesday — the first two official days of fall — temperatures in Lorain County soared close to or past 90 degrees, leaving some to wonder if they put away those shorts and sandals too soon. After a Tuesday morning low of 55, Read More…

Robert W. Eichholz

Robert W. Eichholz, 74, of Lorain, died Saturday, September 22, 2007, at his home following a brief illness. Mr. Eichholz was born in Lorain, on June 8, 1933. He was a Marine Corps veteran and graduate of Case Western Reserve University with a bachelor’s degree, with honors, in engineering. He loved to travel and for Read More…

Armbruster owes gas taxes

Board denies former state senator’s appeal Former state Sen. Jeffry Armbruster, R-North Ridgeville, owes $229,979 in unpaid motor fuel taxes from his former gas stations, which are in bankruptcy, according to a ruling from the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals. Armbruster Armbruster said Tuesday that there may be assets to cover the tax liability from Read More…

Boys golf: Two area teams, individuals advance to district

EATON TWP. — A pair of area teams and two individuals not on a qualifying teams enjoyed success on a hot and windy afternoon during Division II sectional play at Mallard Creek Golf Course on Tuesday, advancing to next week’s district tournament at Windmill Lakes Golf Course in Ravenna. Four teams and four individuals were Read More…

Melverta M. Bartter

Melverta M. Bartter (nee Straub), formerly of Columbia Station, recently of Berea, died Tuesday, September 25, 2007, at Southwest Residential Hospice, Strongsville. She was born in Elyria. Melverta was a personal banker with Huntington National Bank, working in the Berea branch for 25 years, then at the North Olmsted branch for 16 1/2 years where Read More…