May 3, 2015


CORRECTIONS: Sept. 1, 2012

Ron Rimbert is president of Oberlin City Council. A story in Thursday’s newspaper incorrectly stated he is a former councilman.

CORRECTIONS: Aug. 18, 2012

The owner of Armstrong Health and Fitness, featured in a story Aug. 8, was misidentified. Her name is Kristin Armstrong. A headline and photo caption in a story Friday about a bronze sculpture of former Chronicle-Telegram president and chairman Otto Schoepfle incorrectly gave the impression that the statue already is in place in Schoepfle Garden Read More…

Corrections for Aug. 14, 2012

A June 15 story detailing a U.S. Department of Labor investigation of Northridge Health Center in North Ridgeville stated the facility is owned by Altercare Inc. and cited information from the Department of Labor in describing the company as a North Canton firm that operates 16 Ohio nursing care and rehabilitation facilities. Altercare Inc. is Read More…

CORRECTIONS: June 27, 2012

Kaye Koler is involved with Quilts of Valor and Ohio Home of the Brave. The names of the organizations were incorrect Tuesday.

CORRECTIONS: June 20, 2012

A chart Tuesday regarding a proposed regional sewer authority contained incorrect information. The projected monthly sewer bill is for usage of 700 cubic feet per month.

CORRECTIONS: June 9, 2012

Larry Shepherd is the Sheffield Lake police chief. A story Wednesday incorrectly stated he was no longer with the Police Department. The wrong date for Amherst’s safety awareness/bike rodeo was published Tuesday. The event will be Sunday at the Amherst Public Library. One of the Lorain High players listed on the West roster in Friday’s Read More…

CORRECTION: May 26, 2012

The name of Firelands Scout Reservation was incorrect in a story Friday.

CORRECTIONS: May 12, 2012

Because of a reporter’s error, Allison Rangel’s name was incorrect in a story in Friday’s sports section. Rangel, a Wellington softball player, was the winning pitcher, allowing no runs while striking out five over four innings in a 10-0 Division III sectional tournament win over Elyria Catholic.

CORRECTIONS: May 5, 2012

A story Wednesday about former Elyrian Joan Anderson said she had served as a voice coach for Marnie Nixon, a singer who dubbed the singing voices of actresses including Audrey Hepburn and Deborah Kerr. Nixon was not coached by Anderson. The story also omitted the name of Charlene Meissner, Anderson’s sister, among her surviving family Read More…

CORRECTIONS: March 3, 2012

Martha Wilkens of Oberlin said it was heartbreaking when several Tuskegee Airmen were kicked out of the program for showing off before their graduation. A story Thursday incorrectly stated they did it during the ceremony. A story Friday incorrectly identified the political party of Bob Dole, the former senator from Kansas who endorsed U.S. Rep. Read More…