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ROUNDUP: April 9, 2011

Women’s biz network meeting on April 21 ELYRIA — The Women Business Owners Network will hold its next meeting April 21. The meeting, which will include Maya Walsh of M2 Group, will be 6 p.m. at Jackalope Lakeside, 301 Lakeside Ave., at the Spitzer Marina in Lorain. Walsh will present “Surviving in the Down Economy Read More…

BLOTTER: April 9, 2011

Elyria police Thursday, April 7 10:42 a.m. — 1100 block Oakwood Dr., Xbox stolen during apartment burglary. Surveillance cameras captured a black male wearing a white hooded sweatshirt as a possible suspect. 12:35 p.m. — 200 block Lake Ave., David Lemire, 37, 300 block 30th St., charged with possession of drug paraphernalia (marijuana pipe) and Read More…

A dozen Chihuahuas removed from foreclosed Elyria house

They’ve got faces only a mother — or dog lover — could love and personalities to match, but today is a new day for a dozen Chihuahuas whose owner had fallen victim to foreclosure. The dogs had been living by themselves in that foreclosed home with their owner making visits to care for them. When Read More…

Occupants of six apartments forced out by fire

ELYRIA — An Elyria apartment fire has forced occupants of six units to find somewhere else to stay — at least temporarily. Firefighters were called to the Palmer Apartments, 1871 Turner Blvd. at 8:52 this morning and arrived to find smoke showing from the second story of the building, according to Assistant Chief Ron Brlas. Read More…

Wakeman barn a total loss; four dairy cows saved from fire

WAKEMAN — Six fire departments battled a barn fire on state Route 303 all night long. In the end, Gary Miller’s dairy barn was a complete loss, but firefighters were able to save four dairy cows and several attached buildings and prevent flames from spreading to the nearby farmhouse. Jonna Abraham, who rents the home Read More…

CORRECTION: Wrong photo appears in today’s Chronicle

A photo that appears in today’s print Chronicle with a story about former Lorain police Officer Joseph Montelon was accompanied by a photo that is not Montelon. The picture that appeared in the paper was of former Elyria City Councilman Joseph Monteleone.

Lorain firefighters called to stove top fire overnight at Kennedy Plaza

LORAIN — Firefighters were called to the Kennedy Plaza high-rise apartment building overnight after a resident dropped some magazines and papers onto a hot stovetop, igniting a small fire. Firefighters received the call at 11:14 p.m., were on scene in two minutes and reported the fire under control by 11:28 p.m., according to Assistant Chief Read More…

Crews on scene on overnight barn fire in Wakeman

WAKEMAN — Fire crews remain on the scene of an overnight barn fire in Wakeman. The fire was called in about 11:30 p.m. at 6662 state Route 303, which is Miller Dairy Farm, according to online directories. State Route 303 reportedly remains closed. Wakeman firefighters arrived to find the barn fully engulfed. Crews from at Read More…

Elyria man arrested for drug trafficking

Montgomery

ELYRIA — An Elyria man was arrested for drug trafficking during a traffic stop yesterday afternoon. Javon Montgomery, 26, was charged with trafficking in drugs and driving under suspension. He also had warrants for failure to pay child support, according to a report from the Lorain County Sheriff’s Office. Montgomery was pulled over a little Read More…

Drunken Elyria man arrested after calling 911 on himself

Hale

COLUMBIA TWP. — An intoxicated Elyria man who was worried about finding a place to stay solved his problem when he called 911 on himself and landed in the Lorain County Jail. William Hale, 34, is charged with disorderly conduct and misuse of 911. Hale called 911 at 5:06 yesterday morning and asked to speak Read More…