May 5, 2016

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Police log for May 15, 2012

Lorain police Saturday, May 12 3:11 p.m. — 1600 block Root Road, Angela Hall, 36, same address, charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest after an officer allegedly saw her punch her mother in the face. Police said Hall resisted being handcuffed and pounded her forehead against his police cruiser and banged her head against Read More…

High school track: Amherst girls end drought, win first SWC title since 2001

AMHERST — Balance, depth and record-setting performances by their two sprint relays propelled the Amherst girls to their first Southwestern Conference championship since 2001 on Friday at Richard S. Cooley Track. Amherst scored 124 points as it held off second-place Avon Lake (108). Brecksville was third (98). Junior Sher Champe lit the spark for the Read More…

Firelands Schools narrows superintendent search to 3

Firelands school district has narrowed down the search for a superintendent. Following the Firelands Superintendent Selection Committee’s interviews with five candidates Thursday night, three were selected as finalists. They will be interviewed for a second time on May 22. The three candidates are Dr. Robert Hill, Geoffrey Palmer and Leigh Ann McCray. Hill received a Read More…

Ex-cop wants email hacking conviction sealed

ELYRIA — A former Amherst police officer convicted in 2009 of attempted unauthorized use of property for hacking into an Amherst police dispatcher’s personal email account has asked a county judge to seal the case file. An attorney for Kurt Oehlstrom Sr., who changed his last name to Fraschetti in 2008, argued in a court Read More…

Baseball: Amherst downs Brecksville, keeps SWC race alive

AMHERST — It’s not over yet for at least one of the three teams trying to get a share of the Southwestern Conference championship. Amherst did its part to keep Brecksville from clinching an outright SWC title by earning a 6-4 victory over the Bees on Monday, thanks to six hits in the first two Read More…

Baseball: Firelands pitcher keeps his cool in win over Columbia

HENRIETTA TWP. — Jake Myers hasn’t lost a game for Firelands yet. If and when he does, it likely won’t be because he got the jitters, cold feet or a bad case of the yips. “He doesn’t get rattled,” Firelands coach Ted Busch said after watching Myers shut out Columbia, 3-0 in a Patriot Athletic Read More…

Police log for May 1, 2012

Lorain police Thursday, April 26 9:35 p.m. — East 28th Street and Broadway Avenue, a woman said she was stopped at a red light in the intersection when something hit her back window and shattered it. She said several people near the intersection, all wearing dark clothing, ran from the area. Police said no suspects Read More…

Softball: Amherst makes move with key league win over Avon Lake

AVON LAKE — The late innings have become bad news for Avon Lake’s softball team. Take away Thursday’s sixth inning and the Shoregals defeat Amherst in a big Southwestern Conference matchup. Take away Wednesday’s seventh inning and the Shoregals not only dump Westlake, but stand alone at the top of the SWC standings this morning. Read More…

Baseball: Chris Hertrick in control in Firelands’ big win

SHEFFIELD TWP. — Firelands left a whopping 13 runners on base in a key Patriot Athletic Conference crossover game with Clearview on Thursday. But with the way senior Chris Hertrick was pitching, it was a moot point. Hertrick struck out nine and didn’t walk a batter in a complete-game 4-1 victory. “I think a lot Read More…

Police log for April 24, 2012

Lorain police Friday, April 20 3:30 a.m. — Washington Avenue and West 22nd Street, newspaper deliveryman said after he turned onto the 1100 block of W. 22nd St. from Washington Avenue, a passenger in a car following him fired a gun in his direction before the car drove off southbound. 10:47 a.m. — 600 block Read More…