May 29, 2015


Browns RB Trent Richardson looking to follow up big game, solve third-and-1 problems


BEREA — Trent Richardson rushed for a career-high 122 yards in a win Sunday, including a scintillating 26-yard touchdown. His injured rib cartilage feels better by the week and he proved he could play through the pain and be productive. He received the loudest ovation Tuesday at the Cavaliers’ opener. Richardson seems to be on Read More…

Shelter set up for Avon Lake residents whose power remains out

AVON LAKE — With prospects of falling temperatures and reports of power not being restored to some neighborhoods until Sunday or Monday, the city and the American Red Cross plan to open a reception center for anyone without heat. The center opened 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church and School at 2929 Lake Read More…

Tree companies are cleaning up in more than one way


AMHERST — “Cut and run” isn’t a bad strategy for a tree company. Especially after a hurricane. In the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, companies like the Elyria-based Smith’s Tree Service have been busy removing hundreds of trees that fell around Lorain County during the storm. The rain and wind subsided Thursday, and the sun actually Read More…

Top aide to President Obama pays a visit to Lorain

Valerie Jarrett

LORAIN — President Barack Obama’s right-hand woman fired up campaign volunteers in Lorain on Thursday. “You all know the president started out as a community organizer, so he knows how hard it is,” White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett told about 25 volunteers at the Obama campaign headquarters at 668 Broadway. “He is where he Read More…

Labor Department suit challenges union election

The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Steelworkers Local 1104 alleging the union violated labor laws in its latest election for officers. As a result, the federal agency asked the federal court to order a new election. U.S. Attorney Renee Bacchus filed the suit on behalf of the Department of Labor. Read More…

Ohio could delay presidential election results for days

COLUMBUS — Ohio could hold up the results of the presidential race for days after Tuesday’s election. That’s if the contest hinges on the swing state and the margin of victory is slim. In a tight race, the ballots cast when voters don’t bring proper ID, among other reasons, will be crucial to the outcome. Read More…

Lorain County Commissioner Debates on WEOL

Friday, November 2nd tune in for a WEOL special broadcast: A debate featuring the candidates for Lorain County Commissioner. @ 8:30am Ted Kalo vs. Phil Van Treuren @ 9:00am Lori Kokoski vs. Mike Musto Listen on air or online or watch the streaming video right here! Video link will be available a few minutes before Read More…

Pheasant Hunting – 11/02/2012

Erin Hostal

Byron Scarbrough, Outdoors Writer, The Chronicle Telegram In early November, each footstep crunches on the ground like walking in a gigantic bowl of corn chips. We stand in a line, eight men abreast, the dogs and handlers pressing through the corn stubble, and brush in front of us. The alternating tones of the electronic dog Read More…

Pheasant with Port Wine Demi-Glaze and Rice Pilaf


• 4 Young Pheasants, halved • 4 oz Olive Oil • Port Wine Demi-glaze • 4 oz Clarified butter • 4 oz Shallots • 12 oz Port wine • 32 oz Apple cider • 4 sprigs Thyme • 2 qt Demi-Glace • 8 oz Butter • Salt and Pepper Heat olive oil in a large Read More…

School Closings for 11/02/11

Bay Village Schools St. Anthony of Padua in Lorain