June 25, 2016

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LCCC to go tobacco-free in 2017

ELYRIA — Forget stepping out for a smoke between classes at Lorain County Community College in the near future. By August 2017, the college plans to go tobacco-free at all of its campuses, learning centers and facilities, following a trend that already has been instituted at Cuyahoga Community College and many hospitals. The LCCC Board Read More…

Cavs’ Thompson signs autographs at Summit Mall Macy’s

FAIRLAWN — Cleveland Cavaliers star forward Tristan Thompson was greeted by 200 fans in person at the Macy’s department store in Summit Mall on Thursday night. Thompson made the appearance in Fairlawn at 6 p.m. A crowd estimated at another 100 came with the shoppers to see Thompson in person. Under the Macy’s promotion, the Read More…

Throwback Thursday: The 1964 NFL Championship Game

Before Sunday, the last major sports team to win a title was the 1964 Browns, who beat the heavily-favored Colts in the NFL Championship Game — two years before the initial NFL-AFL Championship Game, later known as the Super Bowl. The last sports title in Cleveland

Turnpike exit at Route 57 to close for 60 days

ELYRIA — Beginning today, the Lorain/Elyria Ohio Turnpike ramp Exit 145 — at state Route 57 — will be closed so that repairs can be made on a bridge. The work is expected to last for 60 days. An alternate route will be implemented from state Route 57 to Interstate 90 to Ohio Turnpike 142 Read More…

Fans come from all corners to salute Cavs

Lisa Roberson and Katie Nix The Chronicle-Telegram CLEVELAND — Wall-to-wall people — some 10 deep along the street — crowded city streets Wednesday to pay homage to the historic win Sunday night when the Cleveland Cavaliers toppled the Golden State Warriors to claim the NBA championship. It was a party unlike the estimated 1 million Read More…

BREAKING: News conference scheduled in Amy Mihaljevic case

BAY VILLAGE — A news conference is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday at the Bay Village Police Department in the 1989 abduction and murder of Amy Mihaljevic. According to a news release from the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office, the news conference will have representatives from Bay Village police, the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office, the Ashland County Read More…

Thousands downtown already for Cavs parade

CLEVELAND — Thousands of people are downtown already, and thousands more are trying to get there, for the first championship parade in Cleveland Cavaliers history — and the first major sports title in Cleveland in 52 years. The public was encouraged to take public transportation, and seems to have heeded that advice in droves. The Greater Read More…

Cavs, city announce official parade information

CLEVELAND — The parade and rally honoring the Cavaliers for winning their first NBA title — and the first major sports title for the city in 52 years — will start at 11 a.m. tomorrow. According to a release sent out by the Cavs and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, the parade of more than 60 units will Read More…

Police: Cleveland man breaks into same Westlake apartment twice

WESTLAKE — A Cleveland man is in the Cuyahoga County Jail on $100,000 bond after police say he broke into the home of a former girlfriend twice within 36 hours. Thomas Eaddie, 30, was charged with burglary and possession of criminal tools for the second break-in, around 2:49 a.m. today. He also had pending charges of Read More…

Cavs return home to a champions’ welcome

CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers have returned home — with the Larry O’Brien trophy in hand. The Cavs, who beat the Warriors in Game 7 of the NBA Finals to win the first major league sports title in Cleveland in 52 years, arrived at the Cleveland Airport at 12:36 p.m., after departing the Bay Area, with a stop Read More…