February 8, 2016

Elyria
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15 Minutes: Meet new bait shop owner Scott Reynolds

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Scott Reynolds Age: 33 Pursuit: Owner of Hot Waters Bait and Tackle in Lorain. He has been cleaning fish out here since 2008, and over the winter he bought the store. How are things going to change under your administration, so to speak? Well, I’m going to offer a full line of trolling baits, live Read More…

Police log for April 16, 2012

Elyria police Friday, April 13 9 a.m. — 100 block Longford Ave., Joseph A. McGuire, 33, 300 block Massachusetts Ave., charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. Police reported to the scene of a woman sleeping in a vehicle and found McGuire in the vehicle as well. McGuire allegedly attempted to exit the Read More…

Track and field: Shoremen win third straight Midview-Lorain County Invitational; Amherst grabs girls title

EATON TWP. — Last year’s 22 meet records proved a tough act to follow, but Friday night’s performance at the Midview-Lorain County Track and Field Invitational had plenty going for it. Try nine outright records and one tied. The Avon Lake boys won their third straight title, topping Avon 126-119½ at Ed Adelsberg Stadium. Led Read More…

Labor Department fines Republic $235,000

LORAIN — Republic Steel has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor over worker safety violations in its Lorain mill in May that calls for a fine of $235,000, the hiring of full-time health and safety managers for each of the firm’s plants and improved safety training programs. Citations the company received from Read More…

Police log for April 13, 2012

Elyria police Tuesday, April 10 10:29 a.m. — 100 Driftwood Court, a man reported that his landlord was doing repairs on his home and had left the garage door open. When he returned home, he said approximately $130 and several Cleveland Cavaliers tickets were missing. 5:05 p.m. — 100 block Morgan Ave., a man reported Read More…

Police: Intoxicated designated driver crashes through Lorain BP

LORAIN — Kayla Fragoso of the Bronx, N.Y., doesn’t have a driver’s license, was visiting an unfamiliar area and was allegedly drunk, but police said that didn’t stop four of her relatives from making her their designated driver early Wednesday. But, according to police, Fragoso crashed her mother’s 2001 Buick Regal that contained Fragoso and Read More…

Lorain man arrested for meth lab — again

Shad Boggs, during his arrest in December.

LORAIN — A Lorain man was arrested Monday after detectives found a methamphetamine lab in his home. Shadd Boggs, 35, was charged with manufacturing of drugs and illegal assembly of drugs used to make methamphetamine. Sgt. Tom Nimon of the Lorain police narcotics division said Monday was not the first time Boggs has been arrested Read More…

Coroner says man found in Lorain home was dead almost a year

LORAIN — The man found in a home Monday had been dead for almost a year, Lorain County Coroner Dr. Stephen Evans said. Police found the man Monday in the bedroom of the home at 1629-1631 E. 31st St. On Tuesday, Evans said he was unable to identify the man because of the condition of Read More…

Police log for April 11, 2012

Elyria police Friday, April 6 8:05 a.m. — 100 block Frank Court, officers were detailed to the residence for a possible shooting. Police said the original complaint was false, but found Jason Lovejay, 33, same address, in the home and arrested him on an outstanding bench warrant. 10 a.m. — Foster Avenue and Furnace Street, Read More…

Chuck Camera fired as Lorain Street Department head

LORAIN — Chuck Camera has been fired as superintendent of the Lorain Street Department in the wake of his guilty pleas last month to misdemeanor charges he stole from Lorain Youth Baseball while he served as the league’s president. Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer said Camera, 57, has more than 30 years with the city, but Read More…