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Police log for June 3, 2011

Elyria police Wednesday, June 1 8:37 a.m. – 1100 block Melvyn Lane, car window smashed overnight. 12:05 p.m. – Midway Manor, 525 Bell Ave., Gregory A. Sines, 34, 400 block Illinois Ave., charged with possession of heroin after police investigated suspicious activity in the apartment complex. 1:30 p.m. – 100 block Penrose Court, empty house Read More…

Roundup: June 3, 2011

School bus struck, boy slightly injured ELYRIA TWP. – A school bus accident caused minor injuries to an 8-year-old boy about 8:25 a.m. Thursday. The bus was westbound on Albrecht Road near the Murray Ridge Road intersection when it was rear-ended by a van, according to an Ohio Highway Patrol dispatcher at the Sandusky post. Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Kelsey

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KELSEY Kelsey was given up by her original owners to another family. Now this family wants to give her up, through no fault of hers. They don’t have the time or room for her. We’re hoping someone has it in their hearts to show this girl what a loving home is like. Kelsey is fine Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Patsy

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PATSY Even though Patsy’s been rambling around trying to find herself a new home, she is still one happy girl. You can tell she’s had a home at some point in her life but presently she finds herself without one. That’s where YOU come in. If you’re reading this you must have liked her photo. Read More…

Ridgeville auxiliary officer struck by car

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — An auxiliary police officer was struck by a car about 7 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of  Bainbridge Road and state Route 83. Cpl. Erik Pettet suffered minor head and shoulder injuries after being struck from behind and hitting the windshield of the car, which was making a left turn, according to Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Chloe

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CHLOE Chloe is a beautiful white-coated princess who longs for an owner to dote on her and only her. She walks well on a lead and prefers routine over surprises. Though friendly, Chloe would not be well placed in a home with other pets or children. A calm environment and a loving owner with some Read More…

Lorain crews battle fire at REP substation

LORAIN — A fire in a high voltage substation at Republic Engineered Products needed about an hour to be controlled Tuesday morning. The fire was called in from the BP substation at the plant at 1827 E. 28th St., at 8:24 a.m. and controlled at 9:21 a.m., according to assistant Fire Chief Gary Burls, who Read More…

Grants provide funding for internships

The Workforce Institute of Lorain County will be able to create 107 new internship opportunities over the next year with a $321,000 grant that was awarded recently from the Ohio Third Frontier Internship program. The internships will support students in the information technology and manufacturing fields, as well as those in growing areas like advanced Read More…

Police log for May 31, 2011

Lorain police Sunday May, 29 6 a.m. – 600 block W. 24th St., Devante M. Gibbs, 18, 700 block W. 30th St., Lorain, charged with domestic violence for allegedly beating a woman and their 17-month-old child in a bed. 11: 47 a.m. – Nowhere Pub, 1556 E. 28th St., abandoned bar broken into, furnace, hot Read More…

Man allegedly fires gun in neighbor dispute

ELYRIA – About 10 hours after calling police to accuse his neighbors of burglarizing his home, city resident Daryl  Arnett allegedly fired shots outside their home in the 800 block of Allen Street about 12:45 a.m. Monday. Arnett, 25, of the 800 block of Allen Street, was charged with discharging a firearm, having a weapon Read More…