October 20, 2014

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Police: Lorain woman thought to be missing is OK

  LORAIN – A woman that family believed was missing after she reportedly left the city three weeks ago has been found and is OK, said Lorain Detective Chris Kovach. Lorain police followed up on reports from the family that former Lorain resident Angeliz Medina Rivera may have been held against her will by her Read More…

At least 5 tornadoes touched down in Ohio during this week’s storms

COLUMBUS — The National Weather Service says at least five tornadoes touched down in northwest Ohio during violent midweek storms. Forecasters have confirmed three tornadoes in Henry County and one each in Wood and Van Wert counties from the storms late Wednesday and into Thursday. Officials say the first touchdown was a tornado in Willshire Read More…

LoCo Inland Fishing

Traditionally the term “Farm Pond” means a little fishing hole where the farmer spent his leisure hours drowning worms beneath a bobber. Recently I heard somebody use the term in a different way, and I’m inclined to agree. This new definition uses the word the same way Major League Baseball uses the term, as in Read More…

Mary E. Mastin

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Mary E. Mastin (nee Henderson), of Lorain, transitioned from this life Wednesday, June 12, 2013, after a brief illness. Mary was a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, where she attended and graduated from high school. She later migrated to Lorain and united with her late husband, James “Bubble” Mastin. Mary loved the Lord and accepted Christ Read More…

William R. Miadock

William R. Miadock, 88, of Lorain, passed away Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Gluvna-Shimo-Hromada Funeral Chapel, Lorain.

Emily R. O’Neill

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Emily R. O’Neill (nee Johnson), 75, entered into rest Tuesday, June 11, 2013, after losing her battle with cancer. Emily was born July 30, 1937 in Staten Island, New York, raised her family in Holden, Massachusetts and lived in North Ridgeville for 20 years, after coming from Avon Lake. She retired in 1997 from Lorain Read More…

Mary Juanita Webber

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Mary Juanita Webber (nee Whitney) was born in Oberlin on February 22, 1920 to Charles and Olive Whitney. She had three siblings – Velma (Brill), Don Whitney and Wilma (McDole). She lived the first 16 years of her life in Pittsfield, before moving to Oberlin and graduating from Oberlin Senior High School. She married Donald Read More…

Dynisty J. Williams

Dynisty J. Williams, daughter of Jimmy and LaDoniella Willams, passed away Thursday, June 6, 2013 in the University Hospital of Cleveland, beside her parents, brothers, LaRon and DaRon Williams, both of Lorain. Other surviving family members are maternal grandparents, Valeria Tucker of Gary, Indiana; paternal grandparents, Lisa and Jimmie Williams of Elyria; paternal great grandparents, Read More…

Ridgeville Council members say shooting ‘appalls’ them

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Mirroring the outpouring of public opinion over the shooting of five kittens earlier this week, most members of City Council surveyed about the controversy said the situation should have been handled differently. Roseanne Johnson, one of the city’s three at-large Republican Council members, voiced strong disagreement with the actions taken by Humane Read More…

National group pushes North Ridgeville for no-kill policy

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A national group that advocates for cats said it will send a letter to Mayor David Gillock asking that he issue an order ending the killing of any feline by animal control officers. “These brutal killings were not ‘euthanasia’ nor did it resolve a public safety issue,” Becky Robinson, president and co-founder Read More…