Dan Urbin — note the spelling — is a bailiff for Lorain County Domestic Relations Judge Lisa Swenski, and he recently paid off old fines from a criminal case, as a story Friday reported. However, the man whose picture erroneously appeared with that story is Dan Urban, the 4th Ward representative for Avon City Council. [...]
Dan Urbin — note the spelling — is a bailiff for Lorain County Domestic Relations Judge Lisa Swenski, and he recently paid off old fines from a criminal case, as a story Friday reported. However, the man whose picture erroneously appeared with that story is Dan Urban, the 4th Ward representative for Avon Council.
A couple of statistics for the Firelands-Lutheran West baseball game were incorrect in Thursday’s edition. They were incorrectly reported to the paper. Firelands pitcher Brett Helton struck out five and allowed only one hit in a 7-0 win.
A caption that accompanied Linda Campbell’s photo and column in Saturday’s Chronicle misidentified her. Crash victim Willie Fekete of Elyria has relatives in the area. A quotation in an article in Saturday’s Chronicle was incorrect.
Mike Beatty is a Democratic candidate for the Lorain 7th Ward seat. He was misidentified in a photo caption Friday.
A photo caption on Saturday’s YourTown page misidentified Chyanna Johnson, a fifth-grade student at Palm Elementary School in Lorain who addressed the Lorain Board of Education at its Tuesday meeting.
In a story in Friday’s Chronicle-Telegram about predictions of the end of the world based on the Mayan calendar, Kris Eden Doughty was misidentified as a male.
Brandon Swain and Jeremy Saxon volunteered giving out meals at St. Mary Church on Thursday. A caption in Friday’s Chronicle misidentified what they were doing.
Lorain County Commissioner Lori Kokoski said she was pleased that county Treasurer Dan Talarek and the county’s judge didn’t propose 2013 budgets consisting of wish lists. A story Thursday misquoted Kokoski.
Rita Campbell, director of the American Red Cross Lorain County Chapter, was misidentified in a story Friday about efforts to open a temporary shelter in Avon Lake for people without heat and power stemming from this week’s storms.