April 25, 2014

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Midview to be open today

EATON TWP.  – The hospitalization of more than 20 people taken from Midview High School during a Junior ROTC drill meet Saturday cannot be linked to anything inside the building and likely came from heat exhaustion, school officials said. The school will remain open today for all classes, Midview Superintendent Howard Dulmage said. School officials Read More…

Chef with area ties is ‘Iron’ worthy

Cleveland may not have a World Series or NBA champion, but it does have an Iron Chef – and in some circles that`s an even bigger deal. Michael Symon – owner of Cleveland hotspots Lola and Lolita – competed for eight weeks on the Food Network`s popular mini-series “The Next Iron Chef,” before finally taking Read More…

Mixon Hall opens in style in Cleveland

CLEVELAND – Mixon Hall, the Cleveland Institute of Music`s new performance hall, opened to the public Sunday and the public took notice. The event, which featured speeches by its architect and acoustician as well as numerous musical performances, was standing room only and abuzz with plenty of praise and appreciation. The afternoon kicked off with Read More…

Lorain lake houses go on the block — just two sell

ELYRIA – Seven luxury homes being built on Shore Drive in Lorain went on the auction block Sunday and all but two remain on the market after potential buyers refused to move the public sale along. Blame it on the rain, the housing market or even the Browns. But don`t blame it on the homes, Read More…

Police seek suspect in Oberlin shooting

OBERLIN – A 16-year-old boy was hospitalized after being shot in the back late Saturday night and police are seeking a 15-year-old suspect believed to have been involved, according to a police press release. The injured teen, Matthew Jones of Groveland Street, was taken to Allen Community Hospital by his mother following the shooting. Police Read More…

Roundup: Nov. 12

Man, chasing woman both charged LORAIN – A 25-year-old woman who called police to inform them that her intoxicated boyfriend was behind the wheel was charged with endangering her 1-year-old child after she recklessly followed him in her own car. Police charged Amanda J. Hartness of Pearl Avenue with disorderly conduct, disorderly conduct persisting and Read More…

Blotter: Nov. 12

Elyria police Friday, Nov. 9 3:59 p.m. – 9800 Murray Ridge Road, Jamarius Kearse, 27, Lorain, served warrant. Saturday, Nov. 10 8:35 a.m. – 1100 block Middle Ave., condenser from an icemaker stolen from garage. 9:34 a.m. – 800 Cleveland St., David L. Stout, 44, Elyria, served warrant from Avon Lake Police Department. 11:31 a.m. Read More…

Browns’ big chance goes amiss as Steelers dominate second half

PITTSBURGH – First place in the AFC North. A four-game winning streak. A rivalry revitalized. So much was there for the Browns` taking Sunday at Heinz Field – and all of it got away. Just like Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger slipping through the grasp of aging Browns linebacker Willie McGinest. Steelers 31, Browns 28. A Read More…

Brian Dulik: Better showing not good enough for Browns

So close, yet so far. The Browns had a golden opportunity to make a statement Sunday and knock out the bully on their block – inside the bully`s own house, no less. They got a pair of long kickoff returns from Joshua Cribbs, had two judgment calls by the officials go their way and built Read More…

Browns’ Anderson not dazed, just confused vs. Steelers

PITTSBURGH – Derek Anderson has seen better days – like the ones he enjoyed as the Browns` starting quarterback this season prior to Sunday. After resembling a Pro Bowler since taking over for Charlie Frye in Week 2, Anderson finally looked like the castoff Cleveland acquired from the Ravens as the Browns suffered a disappointing Read More…