July 28, 2014

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Delano LaWayne Woods

Delano LaWayne Woods, Sr., 68, of Elyria, died Tuesday, October 2, 2007. Arrangements will be announced by Brown-Robinson Funeral Home, Elyria.  

Carol Schaefer

Carol Schaefer, 63, of Euclid Ave. passed away Friday, October 5, 2007 at her residence. She was born May 8, 1944 in Massillon, the daughter of Ellen (Musser) Blake of Elyria, and the late Harold Blake. Carol was a 1962 graduate of Black River High School, in Spencer, where she grew up and was a Read More…

Carl A. Thome

Carl A. Thome, 88, of Elyria, died Wednesday, October 3, 2007 at his residence. He was born September 10, 1919 in Avon. Mr. Thome retired from Parker Hannifin in 1982, following 43 years of service, where he was a a machine setup man. He was a member of St. Agnes Church, and enjoyed gardening, camping, Read More…

Anna Mae Fisher

Anna Mae Fisher (nee Blakeslee), 91, of Norwalk, died Friday, October 5, 2007 at the Stein Hospice Care Center in Sandusky, following a short illness. She was born August 22, 1916 in Eaton Township and was a resident of Elyria Township for most of her life. She was a 1934 graduate of Elyria High School. Read More…

Sandoval sentenced to 15 to life for killing

ELYRIA — Despite his in-court apology to David Conti’s friends and family, Anthony Sandoval still refused to accept responsibility for the beating death of the 40-year-old Lorain man, instead blaming the killing on alcoholism. BRUCE BISHOP / CHRONICLE Anthony Sandoval speaks to the family of David Conti before being sentenced to 15 years to life Read More…

Indians feeling right at home, rip Yankees in postseason return

CLEVELAND — C.C. Sabathia carried his hitters on so many occasions during the regular season that it was only fair they finally returned the favor. And though it may have been a belated gift, this one came in expensive wrapping paper with a big bow on top. With their ace in a hole Thursday night Read More…

Scott Petrak: Indians look like naturals on big stage

CLEVELAND — The Yankees can have their postseason experience, their mystique, their $200 million payroll. The Indians have Game 1 of the Division Series. Tribe 12, Bombers 3. It was enough to make LeBron James remove his Yankees cap and leave in the sixth inning. On the biggest stage many of the Indians have ever Read More…

Tribe notes: Laffey earns postseason roster spot

CLEVELAND — Indians manager Eric Wedge was true to his word, not releasing his postseason roster until the last minute Thursday. There were no surprises. Left-hander Aaron Laffey, Cleveland’s fifth starter for the last two months of the regular season, made the roster over Cliff Lee and Jeremy Sowers, two pitchers that began the season Read More…

Burden on Browns’ Bodden grows with Moss

BEREA — In two games against the Browns in the last two years, Randy Moss had two catches for two touchdowns, one in each game. If the Browns can hold him to the same Sunday in New England, it would be considered a minor miracle. Moss is off to a historic start in his first Read More…

Browns notes: Cribbs earning respect around the league

BEREA — Signing Joshua Cribbs to a six-year contract extension last November could prove to be one of the smartest moves the Browns have made in a long time. The former Kent State quarterback has become one of the NFL’s premier special teams players and leads the league in kickoff return average (34.3) and yardage Read More…