The Elyria Summer Concert Series featuring LaFlavour is at 6 p.m. next Sunday, July 27, at Ely Square. An article in Friday’s Accent section listed the incorrect date. Pick up Friday’s paper or check out the e-edition to read more about the show.
A headline Monday on Lorain Board of Education President Tim Williams’ work with the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee was incorrect. Williams volunteers with AIPAC but is not a registered lobbyist.
An announcement featuring the spellers who participated Friday in the spelling bee omitted Elle Dils from Avon Lake. Michael Storrow, who died of injuries sustained in an Aug. 25 crash, lived in Elyria, according to his family. A story Thursday gave a different hometown.
An article Tuesday regarding an open house held by the Nord Center contained incorrect information. The number of state-run psychiatric beds nationwide decreased 14 percent from 50,509 in 2005 to 43,318 in 2010, according to the Treatment Advocacy Center.
Due to incorrect information provided to The Chronicle-Telegram, a brief Friday about Lorain County Children Services Board member Dan Billman incorrectly stated how long Billman had been on the board. He has served 21 years. The name of Brendan Mackin, who has announced his candidacy to succeed state Rep. Matt Lundy, was misspelled in a Read More…
The LaGrange Township Fire Fighter Association Country concert featuring Collin Raye will be 6 and 8:30 p.m. March 29. A story Friday provided the wrong date of the event.
A division of the Ohio Liquor Control Board has not yet made a decision about whether to renew the Lorain Cotton Club’s liquor license after a hearing was held Nov. 26 regarding the issue. Lorain police said they continue to object to the renewal of the license, especially after five arrests at the club early Read More…
A photograph Wednesday featuring a woman buying a ticket for the Mega Millions lottery incorrectly named the store featured. The woman was buying her ticket at Dale’s Market Deli in Elyria.
The recount in the school board race in Black River Schools will include results from Ashland, Lorain and Medina counties. A story Wednesday didn’t name all of the counties affected.
An Wednesday article on page A1 regarding the Ohio Department of Taxation’s devaluation of the NRG Energy Inc., plant in Avon Lake contained incorrect information. A devaluation in 2009 was from $63.3 million to about $41 million, costing Avon Lake Schools about $1.2 million less revenue annually. The story said the 2009 devaluation was $1.2 Read More…