July 2, 2016

Elyria
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Amherst, Vermilion and South Amherst blotter: May 12, 2009

Amherst police Friday, April 24 7 a.m. – North Main Street. A woman reported her car was stolen overnight from her driveway. Tuesday, April 28 2:29 a.m. – 134 Park Ave. Justin Morris was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication, and Richard Markel was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication, possession of marijuana and drug Read More…

Lorain Public Library gears up for big sale

LORAIN – Whether you`re looking for a few good books for the beach this summer or looking to stock up on reading material for the entire year, the book sale at the Lorain Public Library System`s Main Library has what you need. With thousands of items to choose from, the sale offers books, movies and Read More…

Visitors drool over Avon Lake house up for raffle

AVON LAKE – Home is where the heart is, but if you`re lucky, it`s also approximately 3,238 finished square feet, 2½ baths, granite countertops and a two-car garage. That`s what visitors to the St. Jude Dream Home walked into Saturday and Sunday when the home officially opened for public tours. Located in Avon Lake`s Currant Read More…

Report: Cat fell in duct when robbers broke in

LORAIN – Firefighters rescued a cat believed to have fallen into a heating duct when robbers broke into the home where it lived. Firefighters were called to a multi-family house in the 200 block of West 15th Street about 2:49 a.m. after the woman who lived there returned home and noticed her drawers had been Read More…

Blotter: May 11, 2009

Elyria police Thursday, May 7 1:45 p.m. – 1700 Lorain Blvd., Danielle Altpater, 21, Spencer, charged with two counts of possession of crack cocaine and possession of marijuana, William Bivens, 27, Elyria, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and Joyce Jones, 34, of Oberlin, charged with obstructing official business. Friday, May 8 10:30 a.m. – Read More…

Avon/Avon Lake notebook: May 11, 2009

Across the world Students from Avon Heritage South Elementary put on their annual play for St. Mary of the Woods independent living center. Students have been visiting the nursing home for the last three years, doing arts and crafts projects, reading and singing for residents there, and always put on a play for their finale. Read More…

Avon/Avon Lake blotter: May 11, 2009

Avon police Thursday, April 30 12:21 p.m. – Dairy Mart, female tried to steal cigarettes but threw them at clerk and fled when confronted. Sunday, May 3 12:37 p.m. – 3400 block Barrington Drive, GPS unit stolen from vehicle. 1:27 p.m. – 3400 block Barrington Drive, designer sunglasses and change stolen from unlocked vehicle. Monday, Read More…

The wit and wisdom of mothers

Mothers are the cooks who kept us fed, the housekeepers who kept us neat and the chauffeurs who carted us to and fro. They are the family bankers, personal shoppers and in-house doctors. Mom taught us to tie our shoes, kissed our boo-boos when we fell and hemmed our dresses before the big dance. And Read More…

Donors put their stamp on generosity

Times are tough, and people served by post offices in Elyria, North Ridgeville, Grafton, Wellington and Oberlin opened their hearts on Saturday with an abundance of food for those in need. Postal carriers – along with retired and off-duty carriers – picked up 103,500 pounds of food left on front porches or by mailboxes in Read More…

Community leaders are school readers in Elyria

ELYRIA – Lorain County Common Pleas Judge Jim Miraldi is used to presiding over a courtroom of adult defendants, tackling the heavy topics of guilt and innocence. It`s not too often that his job is to captivate an audience of fifth-graders. But on Wednesday he did just that at Elyria Community School, a charter school Read More…