November 28, 2014

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Wahoo! Tribe wins 4-2!

Kenny Lofton’s 2-run homer set the tone and gave the Tribe the 2-run margin it needed to secure a victory over the Boston Red Sox to go up 2-1 in the American League Championship Series. See Tuesday’s Chronicle-Telegram for a complete game recap.  

Never mind — it wasn’t a gas leak

A suspected gas leak at the Center for Leadership in Education forced the evacuation of the Burns Road building Monday giving employees a short-lived break from work. The Elyria Fire Department was called out to the building at about 10:24 a.m. and found employees standing outside after believing they smelled gas in the building. About Read More…

Mom who left baby in garage gets 4 years

  A tearful Heather Heck apologized this afternoon for leaving her baby alone in her garage while she traveled to Pennsylvania for Thanksgiving, saying she would be punished for her actions for the rest of her life. That didn’t stop county Common Pleas Judge Edward Zaleski from sentencing the 24-year-old Lorain woman to four years Read More…

Gas leak could snarl LCCC traffic

A gas leak at the Center for Leadership in Education has forced the evacuation of the building located at 201 Burns Road . The Elyria Fire Department is on scene. Fire officials said the gas leak has been located and they will remain in the area until Dominion Gas Company arrives to make the necessary Read More…

Win points Browns in right direction heading into bye

CLEVELAND — If the Browns ever figure out a way to stop the opposition, they could be unstoppable. As it is — with a defense ranked near the bottom of the league — the Browns are a stunning 3-3 following a 41-31 win Sunday over the Miami Dolphins (0-6). The Browns, who are off next Read More…

Brian Dulik: ‘Chud’ and guts have Browns offense rolling

Every player, coach and employee in the Browns organization refers to offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski by his nickname. Calling him “Chud’’ at this point, however, seems disrespectful. “Gridiron Genius’’ or “Miracle Worker’’ is much more appropriate for a man who has transformed Cleveland’s moribund offense into one of the best in the NFL. “It’s a Read More…

Potential finally becoming reality for Browns’ Edwards

CLEVELAND — Derek Anderson stood before a crowded room of reporters and spoke about opportunities — those that have been given to him, as well as the ones he’s tried to give to his teammates. “All I’m trying to do is give them a chance to go out there and make plays,” he said, basking Read More…

Browns notes: Backup backs make a winning combo

CLEVELAND — The Browns played their first regular-season game on Sept. 9, but Jerome Harrison’s season didn’t really begin until Sunday. The second-year running back took his first offensive snaps of the season and responded with a career-high 57 rushing yards in Cleveland’s 41-31 win over the Miami Dolphins. “It felt good to go back Read More…

Browns vs. Dolphins matchups: Big edge for Browns

PLAYER OF THE GAME Braylon Edwards, Browns receiver He’s starting to look more and more like a No. 3 overall draft pick. After dropping two balls early, Edwards had the first three-touchdown game of his three-year career. He caught a 24-yard skinny post, a 5-yard hook in traffic and a 16-yard jump ball. Edwards showed Read More…

Split the difference: Indians breathing easier after tying Boston series

CLEVELAND — History can wait. Well, at least for now. When the Indians beat Boston 13-6 in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on Saturday, they avoided an uphill battle few teams have won. With the victory, Cleveland was able to earn a split at Fenway Park, and that’s big considering what happens Read More…