• A story in Sunday’s Chronicle-Telegram regarding anti-drug activist Amy Gilbert contained incorrect information. Gilbert said she has been clean and sober since 2001. • Elyria Catholic’s Luther Washington had one reception for 16 yards Friday in the Panthers’ 45-6 season-opening football win over Clearview. Due to a reporter’s error, the wrong player was given [...]
A sales tax increase will be on the November ballot. A headline Wednesday incorrectly identified what kind of increase would go to voters
A photo Friday incorrectly identified a Midview football player. Johnny Walsh was the player who was depicted scoring.
Tim Adkins was the men’s overall winner at the Vermilion 5K on July 23. His first name was incorrect in a story. The amount of water inside the old Maplewood Elementary School amounted to roughly 375,000 gallons pumped out over the course of several days. An incorrect figure was included in a story Friday.
• Avon Lake senior Peter Lancione finished fourth Saturday in the Division I 300-meter hurdles at the state meet. He ran 39.12 to earn all-state honors. His effort was inadvertently omitted from a story in Sunday’s edition. “It feels good to finally get up here (on the podium),” said Lancione. “It’s been my goal since [...]
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.
Alayna Shawver scored 10 points in Columbia’s 65-35 win over Oberlin in girls basketball action Monday. Her name was misspelled in Tuesday’s sports section.
Smokes ’R Us tobacco store in Elyria was burglarized Thursday. A story Friday incorrectly reported when the break-in occurred.
The county’s judges are not planning to impose a pay cut on their employees. A headline Thursday was incorrect. A headline in Monday’s paper misidentified a group of students who donated food to St. Mary Choice Food Pantry. The students were from Avon High School.
A story in Friday’s Chronicle-Telegram about the expansion of Amy Nixon Events, LLC, an Avon Lake event planning and design firm, indicated the firm primarily provides services for groups of 30 or less. The company also organizes events for groups of 100 or more at locations outside the area. Judi Hudnutt is the wife of [...]