LORAIN — A day care worker has been fired but no charges will be filed against her after she was accused of striking a 1-year-old child in her care in June.
LORAIN — Friday is the last day for families with students in the Lorain Schools to apply for uniform assistance through the Boys and Girls Club of Lorain County.
LORAIN — The school board voted Monday to hold off on getting faster internet service for the New Beginnings program because it doesn’t officially have a home yet. The agreement on the agenda would have locked the district into a →
Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer said he is looking – just looking – at a bid for statewide office in 2018. At a Democratic National Convention breakfast event Wednesday in Philadelphia, Ritenauer said he’s being courted for the →
Lorain City Councilman Angel Arroyo Jr., D-6th Ward, came to Philadelphia this weekend to send a message to the Democratic National Convention. But he wasn’t among the delegates here to nominate their party’s candidate for the White House.→
OBERLIN — Police believe a Pennsylvania man who abandoned his car and dogs in the Wal-Mart parking lot Friday took a taxi toward Lorain. Richard Pisano was last seen walking out of Wal-Mart at state Route 58 and U.S. Route 20 about 4 p.m. →
Prosecutors will seek to try Darius Ramey, the 16-year-old facing a murder charge for allegedly shooting a man in the head earlier this month, as an adult, according to paperwork filed Monday in Lorain County Juvenile Court.→
LORAIN — A man is in jail after allegedly threatening his former fiancee with a gun and killing her kitten, according to a police report. Jovante Nixon, 21, of West 19th Street, was in jail Monday on charges of burglary, domestic violence, →
LORAIN — A man who was wanted for multiple counts of cruelty to animals and abandoning animals was arrested Friday on drug trafficking charges, according to police. Terrance Scott was arrested on five counts of cruelty to animals, five counts →
LORAIN — City Council took the first steps Monday night to put a Fire Department levy on the November ballot. The body heard the first reading of the proposed levy and voted to approve sending it to the Lorain County auditor, who will either →