June 25, 2016

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Hot Stove baseball: Titans pick right time to top Elyria

PENFIELD — Winning a Lorain County Hot Stove championship is always nice, but beating a team that had beat you twice before, well, that’s something special. The Lorain Titans did just that Wednesday, defeating Elyria Lorain National Bank 7-5 in the Lorain County Hot Stove Class E (ages 15-18) county championship. Elyria had beaten the Read More…

Elyrians pay tribute to Tianna Madison’s Olympic bid

ELYRIA — Olympian Tianna Madison was honored this evening at Ely Square. Some 100 people turned out to hear the 2003 Elyria High School graduate’s coaches and relatives pay tribute to her on what was proclaimed Tianna Madison Day in Elyria. “Tianna is, by far, living proof that through preparation, hard work and believing in Read More…

Photo gallery: Father, grandmother had sought custody of Lorain kids found living in filth

LORAIN — The father of three of Erica Perez’s children tried to gain custody of them, but Lorain County Children Services would not recommend him for custody because he had a criminal record, according to the man’s mother. Esther Wyatt, mother of Travis Wyatt and grandmother to Wyatt and Perez’s three children, also said she Read More…

People injured in Sunday accident ID’d

LORAIN — Three people who were flown to the hospital after a Sunday crash have been identified. Michaela Gibson, 18, Samantha Gatter, 19, and Juan Sanchez, 22, were transported to Mercy Regional Medical Center, according to a police report. They later were flown to MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland. According to a hospital spokeswoman, Gatter Read More…

Man wanted for 5 local robberies arrested in Michigan

LORAIN — Police have arrested the man wanted in connection with five local robberies. Julian Goodson, otherwise known as “Peaches,” was arrested in Warren, Mich., and charged with robbery. Lt. Mark Carpentiere said Goodson may be facing other charges in Michigan as well. Police said Goodson robbed five Lorain stores: Family Dollar and Kwik Mart Read More…

Lorain woman’s home shot at early today

LORAIN — A Lorain woman’s residence was shot at Tuesday, but police said the woman was upstairs and unharmed during the incident. According to a police report, Alicia Ralet, 41, was in her home when several shots were fired through the first floor of her residence. Police were dispatched to the home in the 2400 Read More…

Police: Gas station clerk used bottle to bash thief

LORAIN — A clerk smashed a bottle of wine over a theft suspect’s head after he tried to stab him, police said. The incident took place at 11:53 p.m. Saturday at Liberty Gas Station, 2436 Broadway. Police said they were called to the station after a suspect tried to hide two bottles of wine in Read More…

Police log for July 16, 2012

Elyria police Friday, July 13 8 a.m. — 1313 Taylor St. Employees of Forevergreen Lawn Care told police someone broke into the business between 7 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday and stole $550 in hand tools, a chainsaw, trimmer and blower. 9:55 a.m. — More than $3,500 in items were reported taken from a Read More…

Hot Stove: Lots of Brad Hughes and lots of offense carry Sheffield Venom to Class F district title

The Venom was too strong for the Drug. No team this summer has been a match for the Sheffield Venom, which ran its record to 21-0 with a 11-0 victory over Midview Drug in a Class F (ages 13-14) Ohio Hot Stove district championship game Saturday. Brad Hughes pitched his second straight no-hitter. Hughes faced Read More…

All-Star break, big inning just what Ironmen need to beat Chillicothe

LORAIN — Sometimes a little break in the action is enough to prompt a fresh start. The Lorain County Ironmen, who had won only  nine games prior to the Prospect League All-Star break, finally put things together Friday night against one of the better teams in the league, the Chillicothe Paints. Trailing by three heading Read More…