April 26, 2015

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Various: Gas aggregation

Issue 5: Grafton Township gas aggregation Issue 7: Penfield Township gas aggregation Issue 8: Sheffield Township gas aggregation Issue 20: City of Vermilion gas aggregation What is it: All entities are seeking voters’ approval to enter into a contract with a gas supplier. Residents of Grafton, Penfield and Sheffield townships, along with the city of Read More…

Full list of issues

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Issue No. Municipality, Issue type/millage, Purpose, Duration 1 Carlisle Township, Additional / .75 mill, Roads and Bridges, 4 years 2 Carlisle Township, Gas Aggregation, Gas Aggregation, N/A 3 Carlisle Township, Electric Aggregation, Electric Aggregation, N/A 4 Columbia Township, Renewal / 1.74 mills, Library Current Expenses, 5 years 5 Grafton Township, Gas Aggregation, Gas Aggregation, N/A Read More…

H.S. Tennis: Avon Lake cruises to 2nd straight LCAAA title

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AVON LAKE — If it weren’t for the dominance of Avon junior Nico Mostardi, Avon Lake’s road to a second straight Lorain County Athletic Administrators Association boys tennis tournament championship would have been clear sailing. As it was, the Shoremen won four of the five championships en route to a 39-point performance and the team Read More…

High school baseball: EC downs Vermilion in slugfest

Elyria Catholic's Andrew Abrahamowicz hits an RBI double in second inning of a home game against Vermilion on April 8. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

ELYRIA — It may have been cold, wet and foggy Wednesday, but Elyria Catholic and Vermilion managed to heat up the field with their bats. The teams took turns battering each other’s pitching staffs and trading the lead four times. Vermilion loaded the bases in the seventh but Elyria Catholic reliever Sean Darmafall (1-0) coaxed Read More…

H.S. Softball: Vermilion, Wellington split exciting doubleheader

VERMILION — It took awhile to get started, but once the doubleheader between Wellington and Vermilion began it was most certainly worth the wait. Both games went into extra innings and both teams had at least one comeback. Wellington and Vermilion each came away with a victory, as Wellington took the first game 3-2 and Read More…

Wrongfully charged man awarded $137,500

VERMILION — A lengthy legal battle came to an end in February when the city agreed to pay almost $140,000 to a man they wrongly accused of masturbating in front of a middle school. Billy McCauley filed in 2013 against the city, seeking relief for arresting him without probable cause in 2012, according to a Read More…

High school baseball: Vermilion stays course, rallies past Brookside

VERMILION — Jeff Keck looks at every baseball game as an opportunity for his Vermilion Sailors to learn a lesson. Tuesday’s lesson? You are never out of it. Vermilion rallied from a four-run deficit, scoring the game’s final eight runs to top Brookside 9-5 for the second consecutive day at Vermilion’s high school baseball complex. Read More…

High school wrestling: Lorain’s Isaiah Margheim an All-American after taking fourth at senior nationals

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Lorain senior Isaiah Margheim wasn’t satisfied finishing third at the Division I state tournament earlier this month, so the Titans 195-pounder went out and earned All-America status at last weekend’s 26th annual National High School Coaches Association senior nationals in Virginia Beach, Va. “It was exciting, it was fun,” said Margheim during a phone interview Read More…

Vermilion officials brace for potential floods

An ice jam at Mill Hollow in Vermilion. BRUCE BISHOP/CHRONICLE

A brutally cold winter followed by warmer weather this week had Vermilion officials wary of flooding in areas around the city Wednesday, specifically near Riverside Drive, according to Mayor Eileen Bulan. A section of the Vermilion River that runs through Mill Hollow, south of the city, reached flood level Wednesday afternoon. By the evening, water Read More…

Vermilion school opening pushed to fall

VERMILION — Elementary school students will need to wait until next school year before they get to attend classes in their renovated school building. This month, school officials decided to hold off on opening the new kindergarten-through-third grade school that has been under construction since last year. The school was scheduled to open for students Read More…