August 2, 2015


Man is found guilty of ramming stolen pickup into Westlake bar


CLEVELAND — A man who crashed a stolen truck into a Westlake bar and injured 13 people was found guilty of numerous felonies Thursday. Brandon Pawlak, 26, of Cleveland, was found guilty on 13 counts of aggravated robbery, 13 counts of aggravated vehicular assault, one count of failure to comply, one count of breaking and Read More…

Music therapy session organized by Leadership Lorain County class


LORAIN — They say music is good for the soul and those words appeared to be backed up Friday as more than a dozen men and women danced, clapped and belted out songs Friday at the Gathering Hope House. The music therapy session for those recovering from varying forms of mental illnesses was brought to Read More…

Fans teams with medium in attempt to reverse Cleveland sports ‘curse’


NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Dave Grendzynski is a guy with a lot of company. A long-suffering Cleveland sports fan, the North Ridgeville resident has endured more losing seasons with the Browns, Indians and Cavs than he cares to count. Which is what inspired him to plan the ReverseTheCurseCLEVELAND rally 7 p.m. Aug. 13 on Mall C Read More…

Judge extends NEXUS order


ELYRIA — Some Lorain County residents are questioning information that NEXUS, the Texas-based company that wants to run its pipeline through the area, included in its complaint seeking a restraining order against five landowners. The NEXUS project, backed by Houston-based Spectra Energy, is a planned 36-inch in diameter, natural gas pipeline that will cross 11 counties Read More…

Carlos Carrasco throws two-hitter as Indians shut down A’s


OAKLAND, Calif. — Carlos Carrasco made a few adjustments between starts and it made all the difference. Carrasco threw a two-hitter, Carlos Santana hit a two-run homer and the Cleveland Indians beat the Oakland Athletics 3-1 on Thursday night. Carrasco said he moved his arm slot a little higher to avoid tipping his pitches. “I Read More…

Brian Dulik: Mike Pettine’s presence gives Browns some reason to believe


The fans were subdued and the excitement level was far from buzzworthy on the opening day of Browns training camp. It truly was striking to see empty areas around the practice fields where jam-packed crowds have been the norm. Even worse, many in the crowd of 2,945 were treated to obstructed views of the action, Read More…

July 2015 photo gallery


View and buy photos shot by Chronicle-Telegram photographers during the month of July. Keep checking back, as the gallery will be updated throughout the month.