June 27, 2016



Eric Rothgery is Elyria Clerk of Courts. A story Tuesday gave the job to his uncle, Don Rothgery, who retired as Lorain County Clerk of Courts.


A story Thursday incorrectly stated the brother of retired North Ridgeville Firefighter Gene Kleinholz died nine years before the death of ambulance driver Maynard Hintz in 1963. Frank Kleinholz died in a Root Road accident nine months before Hintz.

Lorain-Medina correctional facility to add 50 beds with grant

ELYRIA — The Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility has received more than $1.1 million from the state to add 50 beds to the facility. Executive Director Mike Willets said it hasn’t been decided how many of the beds will be dedicated to men and how many will be used by female inmates. Currently, the CBCF Read More…


A story Thursday said Keystone High School, which ranked 120th, was the next school behind Avon Lake High School to be listed on the U.S. News & World Report 2015 Best High Schools. The next school behind Avon Lake was actually Oberlin High School, which ranked 31st.


Former Lorain County Commissioner Michael Ross, not businessman Larry Jones, appealed his conviction in a public corruption case. A story Saturday contained incorrect information.


Kevin Ford, who was charged in connection with a string of burglaries in March and April, was being held in Lorain County Jail on a $122,500 bond. Kyle Corn, who was charged in connection with burglaries in March and April, was being held at Lorain County Jail on an $82,500 bond. An article in Friday’s Read More…

Correction: LaFlavour concert set for July 27 at Ely Square

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.

CORRECTION: March 27, 2014

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.

CORRECTIONS: March 15, 2014

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.

CORRECTION: Feb. 26, 2014

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.