July 29, 2014

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New era in Oberlin

New college president gets big laughs, praise OBERLIN — Marvin Krislov was inaugurated Friday as Oberlin College’s 14th president in a ceremony that included belly laughs, moments of great pride and even a few tears. JASON MILLER / CHRONICLE Oberlin College President Marvin Krislov shows off his new key to the city. Krislov spoke of Read More…

Ohio puts teachers’ misdeeds on Web

LORAIN — Christina Futchko taught at a Lorain preschool for a decade before she was accused of having an affair with a 17-year-old Southview High School student. Futchko, who was placed on administrative leave, resigned in January and had her teaching license revoked in September by the Ohio Department of Education. In the past, the Read More…

Car, transit bus collide in Lorain

LORAIN — A crash between a Lorain County Transit bus and a car on Grove Avenue sent 13 people to area hospitals Friday. COURTESY OF TMCNEWS.NET Workers move debris away from the car involved in a crash with a Lorain County Transit bus in Lorain. At least one of those in the car was listed Read More…

Extra cheese, hold the E. coli, please

Totino’s recall leaves a vacuum in the cheap-frozen-pizza aisle Ten Totino’s pizzas for $10 — it was the best deal in town, a dream for every bachelor, every working mom, every college student and every late-night pizza lover. And then E. coli came along, ruining everything. Food giant General Mills voluntarily recalled 5 million frozen Read More…

Anne L. Chernitsky

Anne L. Chernitsky (nee Dziak), 82, of Elyria, died Thursday, November 1, 2007 at EMH Regional Medical Center following a brief illness. She was born March 27, 1925 in Keisterville, Pennsylvania and lived in Elyria for most of her life. Mrs. Chernitksy was employed for 25 years at EMH Regional Medical Center, retiring as the Read More…

Clarence N. Wallace

Clarence N. Wallace, 67, loving father of Jerry Laport of Elyria, Clarence Jr. of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, James of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, Jeffrey (Terri) of Cleveland, Michelle Phillips (Glenn) of Cleveland and Albert of Waynesburg Pennsylvania; grandfather of five; brother of James of Olmsted Falls, Loretta Higginbotham of Brook Park, Richard of Elyria, Elizabeth Sturbleng of Elyria, Read More…

Irene Claire Lenhart

Mrs. Irene Claire “Renie” Lenhart, 70, of Port Clinton, passed away Thursday, November 1, 2007 while in the company of family members at Magruder Hospital. Irene was born in Elyria, on February 8, 1937, the daughter of the late Daniel George and Rose Lucy (Bihn) Herman. Irene worked as a Primary school teacher for Keystone Read More…

Joanne M. Kantner

Joanne M. Kantner (nee D’Ercole), 69, of  Tidioute, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully with her family on Thursday, November 1, 2007 after an extended illness. A long time resident of Lorain County, Joanne was born in Cleveland and graduated from St. Stephen’s in 1956 and  Cuyahoga Community College in 1987. She worked 17 years at Oatey Read More…

9-year-old boy says man tried to lure him into vehicle

LORAIN — A 9-year-old boy said a man tried to lure him into a vehicle after school Wednesday, according to a Lorain police report. Washington Elementary School Principal Barb Kapucunski told police that the student returned to the building about 2:30 p.m. The boy said he was waiting for his mother at the corner of Read More…

Lucille A. Brightbill Stegman

Lucille A. Stegman, 83, passed away late Tuesday evening, October 30, 2007 in Austin, Texas. She was born on September 2, 1924 in Elyria, to Roy and Alta Brightbill. Lucille was not one to sit back and watch the world go by. She was a graduate of the Oberlin School of Commerce and a flight Read More…