May 5, 2016

Elyria
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Keystone pitchers sing in choir, zing it on the mound

Caleb Schillace and Brandyn Sittinger have been making beautiful music together. The two Keystone High School seniors spent a day and two nights in New York City last week with the school choir, uniting their voices at the legendary St. Patrick’s Cathedral. “I can’t wait,” Schillace said in a telephone call from the bus transporting Read More…

Police log for March 23, 2012

Lorain police Sunday, March 18 11:54 p.m. — Dairy Mart, 2802 Broadway, customer said his bicycle was stolen and he chased the man who rode it away before losing sight of him on West 29th Street. Monday, March 19 6:59 p.m. — 4700 block Chelsea Ave., resident reported that his basement window was broken into. Read More…

Steel loads being delivered to Keystone Middle School

LAGRANGE — The roads will be full of heavy metal as tons of steel are delivered to the new Keystone Middle School under construction north of the high school on Opportunity Way. “We’re looking to get all the steel delivered this week for the school gym,” Superintendent Jay Arbaugh said. The trucks will enter a Read More…

Police log for March 16, 2012

Elyria police Tuesday, March 13 10:35 a.m. — 200 block Louisiana Ave., a woman reported the theft of two packages of medication that had been left by FedEx on her porch. 11:29 a.m. — Lake Avenue and Rush Street, John Sansom II, 29, Wellington, charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance. 12:23 p.m. Read More…

Keystone middle school students to travel to Europe for soccer

LAGRANGE — Keystone Middle School students Lauren LaPointe and Koral Kasnyik will travel to Europe on March 23 to play soccer with the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program. The two-week trip should be awesome, according to Koral, 13, who traveled with the group last year to play soccer in Germany and the Czech Republic. Read More…

Bus driver, aide charged after child is left on bus

LAGRANGE — A Keystone Schools bus driver and an aide face child endangering charges after a 3-year-old boy was left strapped into his seat on a school bus for two hours Friday after other children were dropped off at preschool. The incident was upsetting, but Craig Stroud seems to be all right, according to his Read More…

A year of trials: Parents of twins fighting for their lives

Brian and Casey Hurst, along with their four sons, are settling into a routine after moving hundreds of miles of away from their home in LaGrange. The parents of identical twins Bryce and Baen Hurst made the decision in November to seek medical treatment for the twins after they were diagnosed with Hurler syndrome in Read More…

Boys basketball: Keystone just can’t keep up with top-seeded Norwayne

WOOSTER — There were no excuses and no regrets Friday night following Keystone’s 63-56 loss to top-seeded Norwayne in a Division III sectional final at Wooster High School. Still, there was some sadness. After all, the loss brought to an end two eras for the ’Cats as coach Greg Morgan and senior Caleb Schillace walked Read More…

No champs this year: Lorain County wrestlers struggle at state meet, but five still have shot at third place

COLUMBUS — It was a dark day for Lorain County wrestling. Not just because of the torrential downpour surrounding Value City Arena on Friday during the high school state wrestling tournament, but because the county failed to place a wrestler in a state final for the first time in more than a decade. The area’s Read More…

Girls basketball: Keystone outlasts Holy Name in 2 OTs

ELYRIA — Survival is key come tournament time. That’s exactly what Keystone did Thursday night against Holy Name at the Division II district tournament. The top-seeded Wildcats and third-seeded Green Wave hang their hats on defense, and that was obvious before Keystone pulled out a 44-42 victory in double overtime. The Wildcats (22-1) will face Read More…