An article Wednesday about a raid Monday at 726 Baldwin Ave., Elyria, incorrectly stated no drugs were found in the home. A police report on the incident noted that there was an undisclosed amount of drugs, cash and stolen property found in the home as well as a sawed-off shotgun and a Derringer pistol.
Due to a reporter’s error, there was a mistake in a June 27 story about the Elyria Little League Minors city championship baseball game in which North defeated West, 11-10. West pitcher Eric Kosky did not pitch the entire game and didn’t get the loss, as reported.
The Iditarod Program at the Amherst Public Library featuring a presentation from Eleanor and Mary Geer will be 7 p.m. July 18. The date and time were not included in Tuesday’s Amherst YourTown page.
Southside Pharmacy in Lorain and the Medicine Center Pharmacy in Elyria are currently open for business. They had been closed down following raids in May. A headline Tuesday was incorrect. The body of a man found dead Monday was found outside of Allalim Shrine Temple, not a Masonic Temple, as reported Tuesday. Herman Shreves was Read More…
Nicholas Cerreto is accused of stealing siren control components from a locked room at the Elyria maintenance garage. A story Tuesday gave an incorrect location for the room.
Ashlee Maree Corr was erroneously listed as an Irish princess in the Lorain International Festival section, when she is actually an Italian princess.
In a story Monday on new drug treatment clinics, a description of Suboxone, a drug used to treat heroin and prescription pill addicts, was mistakenly attributed to Dr. John Sorboro. The description was from a medical definition. A story and headline in Tuesday’s Chronicle-Telegram termed a power plant in Avon Lake as a Genon facility. Read More…
The daughter of Margie Grondin told police during three different interviews that she had not been molested. A story Tuesday was incorrect. Prosecutors have said that charges are unlikely to be filed in connection with a December incident at Trent Richardson’s Columbia Station home. A story Tuesday contained incorrect information.
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. Read More…
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.