July 31, 2015

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Boys basketball: Wellington dominates Black River, stays perfect in PAC

SULLIVAN TWP. — With a huge game against one-loss Brookside just a week away, Friday’s Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division game with Black River had all the makings of a trap game for Wellington. Riding a six-game winning streak, it might have been easy to overlook the Pirates and focus on next week’s pivotal game, Read More…

High school wrestling: North Ridgeville earns four individual titles, third place as a team at J.B. Firestone Invitational

SULLIVAN TWP. — North Ridgeville’s lightweight wrestlers reached the finals in four of the first five weight classes at the 38th Annual Black River J.B. Firestone Invitational on Saturday. Better still for the Rangers, all four were victorious, giving North Ridgeville a tournament-best four individual champions en route to a third-place finish in the team Read More…

Boys basketball: Wellington turns close game into rout with 31-0 run against Clearview

SHEFFIELD TWP. — Two games were played last night in the Clearview gym. One was a back-and-forth affair that promised to turn into a nail-biter, the other was a wide-open, take-no-prisoners blowout. The strange thing was both were played in a total of four quarters as the Wellington Dukes blasted the Clippers over the last Read More…

Police log for Dec. 14, 2011

County sheriff Thursday, Dec. 8 8:14 a.m. — 400 block Pine Hollow Blvd., Daniel Gomez, 39, Lorain, charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly refusing to leave his ex-girlfriend’s apartment. 8:08 p.m. — 43100 Oberlin Elyria Road, Carlisle Township, Scott Wilson, 28, Oberlin, charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia. 11:45 p.m. — 45600 Read More…

Man taken into custody after Wellington-area standoff

WELLINGTON TWP. — A man was taken into custody after holding sheriff’s deputies at bay for more than an hour an a half last night. According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies were called to Crestview Mobile Home Park about 9 p.m. because a man had argued with his wife and had a loaded shotgun. The Read More…

Oberlin and Wellington school board races headed to recounts

SHEFFIELD TWP. — Two school board races will go to a recount after the Lorain County Board of Elections on Tuesday certified the final results of the Nov. 8 election. In the race for two seats on the board of Oberlin Schools, Barry Richard, who was the sole candidate whose name actually appeared on the Read More…

Man gets 3 years probation in anthrax hoax

A Wellington man who touched off a bioterrorism scare after mailing an envelope containing a white powdery substance to a Texas marketing company last year was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to three years of probation. The substance that Bruce Massey mailed to Allied Marketing Group wasn’t hazardous, but it rekindled fears of 2001 when Read More…

Football: 3 county players named tops in district

Lorain County was all about defense last season. Three of the Northeastern Lakes all-district defensive players of the year hailed from the county in 2010. This season, the county flipped to the other side of the ball and three seniors were named the district’s Offensive Players of the Year on Wednesday. With a bumper crop Read More…

Elyria’s Cabbil, Wellington’s Schmidt hope to get B-W on track

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Promis Cabbil and Brandon Schmidt freely admit the transition from high school star to college player was not an easy one. But now, as Cabbil enters his senior season at Baldwin-Wallace – he’s the lone senior on the team, in fact — and Schmidt his junior year, those days of uncertainty seem a long time Read More…

Wellington mayor wins again, vows it’s her last election

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WELLINGTON — Incumbent Mayor Barbara A. O’Keefe was tickled with her re-election victory Tuesday over Wellington Councilman Hans M. Schneider and said this is absolutely her last election bid. “I told everybody to throw away the election signs,” joked O’Keefe, 72, who has served as mayor since 1993. “I really appreciate the voters’ support.” O’Keefe Read More…