September 4, 2015

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CORRECTIONS: Aug. 9, 2013

The Accent Work It! column Thursday misspelled the last name of Renee Barrett, program manager from EMH Center for Health & Fitness. In a story Wednesday about college football, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Military Bowl will have the fifth choice of teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2014-19. The Military Bowl’s Read More…

CORRECTION: Aug. 2, 2013

A picture Wednesday on the YourTown page incorrectly identified the Rev. Henry Olcott Sheldon, who was the first pastor of the First United Methodist Church, which was the Elyria Methodist Episcopal Church.

CORRECTION: July 31, 2013

A photo in Tuesday’s Chronicle in Cascade Park was of the East Falls. The caption accompanying the photograph was incorrect.

CORRECTIONS: July 24, 2013

A story Tuesday about a man accused of fleeing Elyria police contained incorrect information. Luis Mena has been ordered to appear in Elyria Municipal Court after undergoing surgery for injuries sustained in the police chase and received a personal recognizance bond since he is hospitalized. The article failed to note he was in the hospital, Read More…

CORRECTION: July 19, 2013

A story in Thursday’s edition regarding the swamp at the former Brentwood Lake contained incorrect information. The former Brentwood Homeowners Association did not sue developer Alan Spitzer. The association and Spitzer’s company, Spitzer Hardware and Supply Co., were sued by the state over lake deterioration. Also, resident Sarah Ann Overs said that a reference to Read More…

CORRECTION: July 18, 2013

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.

CORRECTION: July 14, 2013

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.

CORRECTION: July 11, 2013

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.

CORRECTIONS: July 10, 2013

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…

CORRECTION: July 3, 2013

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.