February 13, 2016

Elyria
Flurries
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High school basketball final scores

Medina 54, Elyria 37 Elyria Catholic 55, Rocky River 40 Lorain 57, Bedford 53 North Olmsted 53, Olmsted Falls 50 Midview 56, Avon Lake 51 North Ridgeville 81, Lakewood 62 Firelands 71, Brookside 41 Keystone 64, Wellington 53 Clearview 88, Fairview 57 Buckeye 64, Black River 57 Oberlin 63, Lutheran West 51 Vermilion 53, Perkins Read More…

LIVE CHAT: Friday night high school basketball

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Avon High School sophomore DelShawn Orr (10) takes the ball towards the hoop on Friday night, Feb. 5 as he is guarded by North Ridgeville High School senior Isa Abdul-Alim.

Live Blog Chronicle Friday night high school basketball  

Heroin bill moves forward

A bill that will address Ohio’s heroin epidemic passed the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday and will go to a vote in the full Senate. U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Cincinnati, said it is the only bipartisan and comprehensive bill moving forward in the Senate that will provide several incentives and resources encouraging states and local Read More…

Brinda sets additional times to meet

ELYRIA — Mayor Holly Brinda is adding to her schedule of events designed to spark community conversations. Since taking office, Brinda’s Mayor’s Night In events have been 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first Monday of the month, except July and August, in the third-floor conference room at City Hall. In September, the Mayor’s Night In Read More…

Counties contend with first major snowfall

So much for our mild winter. Mother Nature hit with a vengeance Wednesday night and into Thursday — an unofficial total of 3.8 inches of snow was dumped on Northeast Ohio, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will be hazardous the next few days. Wind chill advisories or warnings could be issued today and Read More…

Throwback Thursday: Ladies and gentlemen, the Beatles!

On Sunday night, Feb. 9, 1964, the Beatles made their American debut, on the Ed Sullivan show. Not everyone was enthused, as a story from the next day’s paper indicates. Feb. 10, 1964 front page

BREAKING: Lorain police seeking tips on stolen Camry

Lorain police provided this photo of a gray Toyota Camry similar to one that was stolen at the Parkview Motel early this morning.

LORAIN – Police are searching for a gray 2006 Toyota Camry that was stolen earlier today during a burglary at the Parkview Motel on West Erie Avenue. The owner of the vehicle, who manages the apartment complex, was beaten and bound while the suspect fled with the stolen car, according to a news release from Read More…

Live feed, chat for Fat Tuesday paczki delivery (Update: Off Air)

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Follow our live stream as chief photographer Bruce Bishop and his paczki posse deliver paczkis to Lorain County residents for Fat Tuesday. Participate in our Paczki Day by posting on our Facebook wall, using #PaczkiPosse on Twitter, commenting in the chat window or calling 951-4PACZKI. #paczkiposse Tweets

2 arrested after man shot early Sunday

ELYRIA — Arrests have been made after a Sunday morning shooting at a Third Street residence. Police Capt. Chris Costantino said police were called to 416 Third St. about 1:51 a.m. after residents reported shots had been fired. Costantino said Jeremy Brown, 31, was shot once in the left leg and once in the chest. Read More…

Wellington woman injured in Pitts Road crash Sunday

WELLINGTON — A woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries following a single-car crash Sunday night on Pitts Road. According to the Ohio Highway Patrol, Elyse Kurianowicz, 25, of Wellington, was driving northbound on Pitts Road north of Peck Wadsworth Road when her car, a 2002 Ford Focus, swerved off the left side Read More…