May 1, 2016

Elyria
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Man reports threatening e-mail to police

LORAIN — Police believe a Lorain man may not be the only one who received an e-mail warning the victim of a plot to kill him. The 59-year-old Lorain man went to the police station Wednesday afternoon to report he had received an e-mail from “Dan Blast,” a name he didn’t recognize. When he opened Read More…

Quarry developer refiles annexation request

The developer of the $500 million quarry project briefly dropped its request to annex 442 acres of land in Amherst Township into the village of South Amherst on Monday. But on Thursday, California-based Industrial Realty Group refiled it. Rich Govitz, the project manager for IRG, said errors in the original filing prompted the decision to Read More…

When it`s cold, some folks must keep moving

ELYRIA —  From postal carriers to firefighters to meter readers, they all say the same thing: If you have to work outside in the extreme cold, the trick is to keep moving. On Thursday, when it was deemed too cold for many students to go to school and anyone who possibly could stayed inside, there Read More…

Wrong-way chase ends in DUI arrest

CARLISLE TWP. —  A Wellington man was arrested Thursday for drunken driving after a 6-mile chase in which he drove the wrong way on U.S. Route 20 at speeds reaching 50 mph. Sheriff’s Capt. Rich Resendez said Terrence Lyon put a lot of people’s lives at risk. “He endangered not only himself but the officer Read More…

Cleveland police find dead baby

CLEVELAND — Cleveland police have found the body of a baby girl in a trash bin near a shopping plaza as they searched for a missing 6-month-old girl. There was no immediate identification of the body found Thursday on the city’s west side. But police Lt. Thomas Stacho says it’s believed to be the missing Read More…

Birthday girl seeks presents for animals

COLUMBIA STATION — While most first-graders request toys for their birthdays, Copopa Elementary School student Karlie Smick is hoping her birthday presents go to the dogs. Karlie, who will turn 7 on Tuesday, has enough toys, but she knows some animals don’t have any, and that is why she wants to help Love-A-Stray. Love-A-Stray rescues Read More…

Grafton/LaGrange/Columbia Notebook: January 16, 2009

LaGrange youth soccer meeting LaGrange Youth Soccer will hold registration for the upcoming spring season 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 24 and 31 at LaGrange Municipal Building. New players must bring a copy of their state-certified birth certificate. Player who did not play in the fall 2008 season and who were born before July Read More…

US Airways plane crashes into Hudson River

NEW YORK (AP) — A US Airways jetliner crashed into the frigid Hudson River on Thursday afternoon after a collision with a flock of birds disabled both its engines, sending more than 150 passengers and crew members scrambling onto rescue boats, authorities say. No deaths or serious injuries were immediately reported. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Read More…

Elyria, North Ridgeville schools closed Friday

So far, that’s the list here at The Chronicle.  Check back later for updates or check out The Chronicle’s Friday edition.  

Library revisits levy, settles on 1.9-mill request

Positive survey leads board to rebuff Council, go back to original amount Read More…