August 22, 2014

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Putting up the clippers

Barber kept Elyria’s finest looking their best for 5 decades For nearly 50 years, Elyria’s finest trusted Bob Vandemark to spruce them up with a straight razor, clippers and a pair of scissors. BRUCE BISHOP / CHRONICLE Bob Vandemark cuts the hair of longtime customer John Morrison. On Monday as Vandemark snipped away Monday at Read More…

Boys basketball: Clearview rallies past EC

 SHEFFIELD TWP. — How many times have you seen it? A basketball team gets a reasonable lead, but somehow lets the other guys hang around. And in the end, the other guys walk away with a win. It happened to Elyria Catholic on Tuesday night. The Panthers led by nine points and were running their Read More…

Granny D’s is back, with new name

Pizza parlor was closed when owner was killed LORAIN — It’s been a while since so many people flowed through the doors of the former Granny D’s Pizza. JASON MILLER / CHRONICLE Daniel Nutt, the new owner of D’Tutanelli’s, formerly Granny D’s Pizza, takes a pie out of the oven Tuesday. On Monday, the staff Read More…

Former Lorain teacher loses release bid again

ELYRIA — With less than a year to go before he’s released from prison, a former Lorain Admiral King High School teacher convicted of having sexual relations with two of his students doesn’t want to spend any longer than he has to behind bars. But Vinson Shipley can’t seem to convince Visiting Judge Judith Cross Read More…

Boys basketball: Lutheran West wins guard showdown with Oberlin

 OBERLIN — Some came off of circus shots. Others were airborne pictures of beauty. One after another, the shots came — from near and far, guarded by one, two, sometimes even three defenders. And the baskets certainly came often. Scott Voiers and Morgan Jones confirmed why they are two of the most electrifying talents in Read More…

Teens say gunman took them for ride

ELYRIA — Three teens who told police they were abducted at gunpoint Monday night and forced to drive in circles through Lorain were still shaking Tuesday when they shared their story. “I didn’t know where I was going,” said the oldest, 18, who was behind the wheel when his car was hijacked. “I just wanted Read More…

Owners expected to be cited for apartment fire

LORAIN — Assistant Fire Chief Anthony Cuevas said he expects to cite the owners of the Antlers Apartments today for violations he discovered while investigating a fire that trapped six people on a rooftop Monday afternoon. Cuevas didn’t want to discuss the violations in detail on Tuesday, saying his investigation wasn’t complete. But he did Read More…

Playboy triplet gets community service

ELYRIA — In August, Vicki Satterfield and her two sisters graced the pages of Playboy magazine in a six-page pictorial called “Small-Town Triplets.” Soon, Vicki Satterfield will be featured in 30 hours of community service at a nonprofit agency if she wants to avoid serving three days in jail. Satterfield Satterfield, 23, pleaded no contest Read More…

Police blotter: Dec. 12, 2007

Lorain police Sunday, Dec. 9 1:59 p.m. – International Plaza, Carlos Padin, 50, 1300 block East Ave., Elyria, possession of drug abuse instruments. 2:38 p.m. – 1800 block Livingston Drive, a burglar broke in through the bedroom window of a home and stole a purse. 5:15 p.m. – 500 block W. 25th St., a woman Read More…

Walter P. Kretschman

Walter P. Kretschman, 87, of Elyria, died on Monday, December 10, 2007 at Lake Point Health Care in Lorain, following a long illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced next week by the Reichlin Roberts Funeral Home, Elyria.