May 24, 2016

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Elyria mulls dropping lien on property that was site of fatal fire

ELYRIA — There is a pending sale of the property on Skylark Court where a home caught fire in 2015, killing an Elyria woman, and the city is willing to walk away from thousands in demolition costs if it results in a new homeowner. Janet Kemerling, 68, died in the Jan. 18, 2015, fire. Kemerling Read More…

Main Street Elyria moves, executive director laid off

ELYRIA — The well-known face of Main Street Elyria, executive director Tamela Grubb, has been laid off from the organization as it admits internal financial struggles. Jim Deery, board chairman and local attorney, said in a statement that the organization has had to make two changes recently to confront a tight budget. In addition to Read More…