July 26, 2014

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Darryl Duane Shelton

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Darryl Duane Shelton, 53, of Lorain, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Mercy Regional Medical Center. He was born March 24, 1960 in Elyria and lived in Lorain County all of his life. He was a member of Body of Christ Church of Lorain where he served as a Deacon and the Pastor’s Read More…

Randall Peter Suta

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Randall Peter Suta, 54, of Lorain, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2013, at his home, following a lengthy illness. Randy was born September 30, 1958, in Elyria, and was raised in Amherst, graduating Amherst Marion L. Steele High School in 1976. He spent a few years in Texas, however, Amherst has been his home most Read More…

Ethel Lupe

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Ethel Lupe (nee Urschel), 94, and a resident of South Amherst, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2013 at her home, following a long illness. She was born November 29, 1918 in Massilon. Ethel was raised and lived in South Amherst, graduating from South Amherst High School. Her primary joy in life was that of being Read More…

Lorain County Children Services director resigning

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ELYRIA — Gary Crow, the director of Lorain County Children Services, is resigning effective June 30. The announcement was made in a single-sentence email from Crow to Children Services board members April 10. Crow did not offer a reason for his resignation, and he did not return a call for comment Monday. Crow has been Read More…

A Special Wish Foundation gives Hurst family reason to smile

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LAGRANGE — As they swung back and forth in bucket seat swings on their brand-new play set, 2-year-old Baen and Bryce Hurst got to experience the pure joy of childhood — something that they haven’t gotten to do all that often in their short lives. On Monday, the nonprofit organization A Special Wish Foundation erected Read More…

North Ridgeville schools to ‘cluster’ students next year

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — There will be a major shift of elementary school-age students in this district for next fall. With the Board of Education approving a plan to “cluster” students at one of two elementary schools by grade level, families will be adjusting to a new busing schedule and start and dismissal times for the Read More…

Court officer charged with criminal trespass

LORAIN — Joel Miller, a court security officer at Lorain Municipal Court, was arrested in March on a misdemeanor criminal trespass charge for allegedly entering his estranged wife’s Lorain home without permission. Miller, a retired Lorain police officer, was asked to take about two weeks off after the incident but has since returned to work, Read More…

Doctor convicted of gross sexual imposition sentenced to 3 years’ probation

Dr. Somnath Roy goes over sentencing paperwork with his attorney, Ken Lieux, on Monday in Judge Mark Betleski’s court room. (CT photo by Bruce Bishop.)

ELYRIA — Dr. Somnath Roy was sentenced Monday to three years of probation for groping two of his patients, an employee and a job candidate. Roy, 48, had been facing prison time following his conviction on four felony counts of gross sexual imposition and two misdemeanor counts of sexual imposition last year. But Lorain County Read More…

NBA’s Jason Collins is first active player in four major sports to tell world he’s gay

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WASHINGTON — With the simplest of sentences, NBA veteran Jason Collins set aside years of worry and silence to become the first active player in one of four major U.S. professional sports leagues to come out as gay. In a first-person article posted Monday on Sports Illustrated’s website, Collins begins: “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. Read More…

Raburn hits two HRs, Jimenez shines as Indians rock Royals

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — What slump? Weren’t Indians batsmen in a crash-and-burn phase? Isn’t this the same team that scored 12 runs in five games through Sunday afternoon? Hard to remember any of that now, inasmuch as the Tribe has scored 19 runs the past two games, starting Sunday night in the second game of Read More…