September 30, 2014

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Officials, recommendation backers differ on overpass cost figures

WELLINGTON — Village officials said supporters of a controversial charter amendment on the proposed Wellington railroad underpass are misrepresenting the project’s cost in mailings to residents. The Ohio Department of Transportation has told the village in recent weeks that its share of the project will be about $836,000, not the $1.5 million quoted by the Read More…

Service seeks to bridge divisions after intense campaign

ELYRIA — The constant assault of negative, finger-pointing political ads Ohioans have been subjected to for months is just about over. Some might say that’s reason enough to give a prayer of thanks. Prayers will no doubt be part of a special community church service Tuesday evening at 7:30 at Elyria’s First United Methodist Church Read More…

Police locate van that smashed into Elyria bar

ELYRIA — Less than a half-hour after an accident late Friday, Elyria police located and stopped a vehicle suspected of having crashed into a Clark Street bar. The accident occurred shortly after 10 p.m. when a vehicle ran into a brick wall of the T.L.C. Tavern at 333 Clark St., then fled, according to Elyria Read More…

BLOTTER: Nov. 3, 2012

Elyria police Tuesday, Oct. 30 6:58 a.m. — 100 block Olive St., reported breaking and entering of Wolfenden Gases. A manager told police they had trouble setting the alarm and it did not go off overnight. Police said a window was broken and $3 in change and gloves with the Lincoln Electric logo on them Read More…

5 Reasons To Service Your Plumbing System

Most homeowners tend to take their home’s plumbing for granted. As long as it’s doing its job, what’s there to worry about? Other than the possibility of freezing pipes when the temperatures flirt with zero, your plumbing is out of sight, out of mind. However, plumbing maintenance is very important, and here’s five reasons why. Prevent or Read More…