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High school scoreboard for April 18 | Sports  The Morning Journal

Berea-Midpark 11, Westlake 0. Berea-Midpark 522 20 — 11 10 0. Westlake 000 00 — 0 2 3. Berea-Midpark: Swisher 3-4, HR, RBI, Andrews 2-4, 3B; Westlake: ...

Oberlin City Schools seeks levy for new building  The Morning Journal

The Oberlin City Schools Board of Education is asking voters to approve an additional levy on the Nov. 6 general election ballot to build a new all-in-one ...

Oberlin house destroyed by fire  The Morning Journal

Firefighters battled a structure fire on West College Street in Oberlin for about five hours March 22.

The Ball Family Circus Comes To Ohio  Deadspin

There isn't a whole lot going on in Vermilion, Ohio, in the winter.

Mercy Health-Lorain breaks ground on Allen Medical Building in Oberlin  The Morning Journal

Mercy Health-Lorain has officially broken ground on a brand new 20000- square foot state-of-the-art medical center at Mercy Health-Allen Hospital in Oberlin.

First-Year Looks to Transform Local Politics, Runs for District 56  The Oberlin Review

While most Oberlin students are once again settling into campus life after spring break, College first-year Claudia Olaes is running for local office. A pre-med ...

A High School Student Faces Expulsion for Noticing the Square Root Symbol Looks Like a Gun  Reason

No adults seem embarrassed by this reaction. They should be.

How Perry Young Broke Aviation's Color Barrier | History  Air & Space Magazine

For many years, Perry Young could be identified by his Chevy Blazer, which prominently displayed the words malgré tout on the bumper. The phrase means “in ...

High school football: Oberlin's Devan Yarber named offensive Player of the Year in Division VI  Chronicle Telegram

Oberlin High School's Devan Yarber triples as a running back, wide receiver and quarterback when needed. KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE FILE. <; >. Share.

Hollywood comes to Elyria for movie shoot  The Morning Journal

Elyria will be featured in a film that brings the novel "All the Bright Places," written by Liz Hannah and Jennifer Niven, to life.

Memorial Day holiday events  Chronicle Telegram

AMHERST: The annual Memorial Day parade kicks off at 10 a.m. Monday at Marion L. Steele High School, 450 Washington St., and goes through downtown.

New housing development coming to Amherst Township | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Lorain County commissioners have approved the creation of an incentive district that is paving the way for a new housing subdivision. According to Don ...

Henrietta Township barn fire kills four steers  The Morning Journal

A barn was destroyed and four steers died in a fire March 27 at a Gifford Road home in Henrietta Township.

Elyria Sports Hall of Fame: Dad's advice gave Tom Kubuski coaching career he loved  Chronicle Telegram

Tom Kubuski never envisioned himself as a coach. His father, Ed, made the suggestion once Tom was hired by the Elyria Schools system. His dad knew a little ...

Highland High School is a Cool School!

All school year, we are celebrating some of the coolest schools in Northeast Ohio. Each week there will be three nominees. Voting starts at 4 a.m. on Mondays ...

Courtyard by Marriott Cleveland to open in Elyria  The Morning Journal

Courtyard by Marriott Cleveland is scheduled to open its doors in Elyria during the week of Oct. 8.

Demolition begins at old Southview High School | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

Lorain's former Southview High School is coming down.

There Are So Many Ohio High Schools with Native American Mascots  Cleveland Scene Weekly

Sunday, the Toledo Blade published an important story about the use of Native American mascots in Ohio High Schools. Ohio ranks number one in the...

Amherst man faces felony charges for allegedly stealing from his grandparents  The Morning Journal

An Amherst man is facing multiple felony charges after he allegedly stole checks from his grandparents.

High school scoreboard for Sept. 28 | High School Sports  The Morning Journal

Blue Division. Team standings: 1. Bay 47, 2. NDCL 95, 3. Gilmour, 4. Tallmadge 123, 5. Lake Catholic 130, 6. Chagrin Falls 1552, 7. Fairview 166, 8.

Lorain fire victim identified | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Lorian County Coroner's Office has identified Joanne McNeely, 61, as the victim of the Feb. 24 apartment fire in Lorain.

Avon football: Eagles power through Toledo Central Catholic to claim regional title  The Morning Journal

No. 8 Avon was doubted entering its Division II, Region 6 final matchup against No. 2 Toledo Central Catholic at Clyde High School Nov. 16.

Oberlin boys hoops seeking first district title since 2013  WKYC-TV

Oberlin High School's boys basketball team opens postseason play on Friday night in search of the program's first district tournament title since the 2012-13 ...

No evaluations for Lorain Schools CEO, superintendents have been done in recent memory  The Morning Journal

No Lorain City Schools superintendents in recent memory had a formal evaluation by the Lorain Schools board of education, according to school district records.

National signing day: Amherst has five sign to Division I  The Morning Journal

It was a day of celebration inside Amherst High School as five student athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to play at the next level.

Lorain bicyclist killed in crash on West Erie Avenue  The Morning Journal

The Lorain Police Department is investigating an Oct. 28 fatal traffic crash involving a bicycle. Laqua Butler, 38, of Lorain died in the incident, according to a ...

Halloween schedule of events  Chronicle Telegram

Frank and Dianne Ratusz get into the Halloween spirit with their display on O'Henry Circle in North Ridgeville. STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE. <; >. Share.

Holiday events planned across Lorain County  The Morning Journal

Lorain County will be host to many different public events this holiday season.

Avon vs. North Ridgeville boys basketball: Rangers stave off Eagles, 62-59  The Morning Journal

Avon, North Ridgeville and Midview all entered their matchups Jan. 11 tied in a logjam for third place in the rugged Southwestern Conference.

Holy Name vs. Bay: Rockets get last laugh, clip Holy Name in OT  The Morning Journal

After losing twice to Great Lakes Conference rival Holy Name in the regular season, it was Bay who had the last laugh as it knocked the Green Wave out of.

Elyria driver accused striking city worker during Kerstetter 5K  The Morning Journal

Police say an Elyria man struck an Elyria city employee July 14 during the Kerstetter 5K race with his vehicle and drove off.

The Lives Behind Gibson's Bakery and the Apollo  Oberlin Review

Some of Oberlin's well-known businesses such as Gibson's, the Apollo and The Oberlin Inn have flourished under a number of different owners, with ...

Two bodies found in abandoned home in Lorain | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Lorain Police Department is investigating after two bodies were found in an abandoned home April 3.

Lorain Mayor declares John Gargasz Day after unexpected death  The Morning Journal

Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer declared Jan. 27 John Gargasz Day as the notable citizen died this weekend.

Prom Dress giveaway coming to Lorain | Lorain  The Morning Journal

Nonprofit organizations PACE and The Louise R. Johnson Foundation will be hosting a Prom Dress giveaway April 6 at Greater Victory Christian Ministries in ...

Deaf-initely great: Oberlin soccer coach Michael Schmid preparing for U.S. training camp  The Morning Journal

Oberlin boys soccer coach Michael Schmid is no stranger to success.

Students claim square root symbol looks like gun, sparks police investigation

A student at Oberlin High School in Louisiana was investigated and his home was searched after he allegedly made comments interpreted as possible terrorist ...

Lorain, Cleveland men killed in crash on Route 82  The Morning Journal

The Elyria Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash which occurred at approximately 11:06 p.m. on March 23 on State Route 82, ...

Vermilion Township home explodes after car hits gas line; Brownhelm Twp. man charged  The Morning Journal

A suspect is in custody after a Vermilion Township house was destroyed Jan. 31 after a car hit a gas line which led to an explosion, authorities said.

Sears, Red Lobster property at Midway Mall has been sold  The Morning Journal

The property of the former Sears store and auto center, 4950 Midway Mall at Midway Mall in Elyria, recently sold for about $2.5 million to real estate company ...

Elyria trailer park sells for $23 million | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

Land and a mobile home park on the west side of Ohio Route 57 has sold for $23 million, according to records from the Lorain County Auditor's Office.

Ohio Secretary of State touts safe voting program on Lorain County visit  The Morning Journal

On a recent visit to Lorain County, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose spoke about a program which would allow the victims of domestic violence to feel safe ...

'They stopped in Oberlin': Freed slaves from Salisbury made a new life in progressive Ohio village - Salisbury Post  Salisbury Post

SALISBURY — Their names were, well, sort of beautiful — Adeline, Garrison, Marget, Adelaide, Isham, Chelsy, Sally. They go on and on, and meld into the ...

Elyria gas outage cuts service to about 2500 customers  The Morning Journal

A gas outage in Elyria has cut *service* to about 2500 Columbia Gas customers on Nov. 29, according to a news release from the city of Elyria.

Mary Lee Tucker program needs help to clothe Lorain children  The Morning Journal

For generations, Lorain County families have benefited from clothing their children receive as a part of the Mary Lee Tucker Clothe-a-Child program.

Lorain boy goes to hospital after tasting Halloween candy; police investigate  The Morning Journal

Lorain police are investing a situation in which a 15-year-old Lorain male was taken to the hospital Oct. 31 after tasting his Halloween candy.

Former Lorain cop appeals for unemployment | Lorain  The Morning Journal

A former Lorain police officer fired May 11 for “gross misconduct and unethical behavior” is appealing a ruling on his unemployment compensation.

Elyria Golden Corral restaurant evacuated after electrical issue  The Morning Journal

Golden Corral restaurant, 1519 W. River Road in Elyria, was evacuated March 24 due to an electrical issue. And the restaurant was still closed a day later.

Democrat challenging incumbent for Ohio's 7th Congressional District  The Morning Journal

Voters in Ohio's 7th House District will choose between Republican Bob Gibbs, an incumbent, and challenger Ken Harbaugh.

Vermilion ready to open High Bridge Road bridge, but residents not happy  The Morning Journal

The new bridge will open next week to connect the south and north ends of Vermilion's Highbridge Road.

Better Business Bureau honors Berg, Fink  Cleveland Jewish News

Jodi Berg was recognized as the Better Business Bureau Educational Foundation of BBB Serving Greater Cleveland as its 2018 BBB Champion of Integrity, ...

Lorain Eagles Building facade collapsing; streets closed | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Lorain Fire Department closed off a portion of Broadway on Feb. 5 because the facade of the Eagles Building is collapsing.

Square root symbol at Louisiana school mistaken for gun  Daily Mail

Police were called to investigate after a student at Oberlin High School in Louisiana on Tuesday made a comment that the square root symbol another student ...

Lorain Councilman Angel Arroyo Jr. arrested on OVI charge  The Morning Journal

Lorain Ward 6 Councilman Angel Arroyo was arrested on the night of March 11 stemming from an alleged drunken driving incident.

Polish Fishermen's Club of Lorain seeking members | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Polish Fishermen's Club of Lorain announced that it is in search of new members.

Lorain County communities tout Shop Small Saturday with local merchants  The Morning Journal

Several area communities will have themed events for Small Business Saturday.

Midview volleyball: Middies finding success after shifting approach to the court  The Morning Journal

Midview has already matched its win total from a season ago and, despite a couple recent setbacks, is showing no signs of backing down.

Iler Networking comes to Sheffield Village  The Morning Journal

A new business in Sheffield Village is bringing a creative touch to the technology needs of local industry.

In the Locker Room: Nancy Boutilier  Oberlin Review

Nancy Boutilier: Oberlin College Visiting Instructor of Rhetoric & Composition and Athletic Director, Oberlin High School. Boutilier has authored pieces about ...

Mary Lee Tucker Clothe-a-Child program wrapping up another year  The Morning Journal

Although the year begins to wind down, The Morning Journal's Mary Lee Tucker Clothe-A-Child campaign nears completion of another year in the books.

Lorain County Prosecutor welcomes four-legged staffer  The Morning Journal

The Lorain County Prosecutor's Office has added its newest and fuzziest team member.

Shooting at business leaves Dayton man dead, another injured  The Morning Journal

DAYTON — Sheriff's officials say a shooting at a business in Ohio has left one man dead and another seriously injured.

Bay boys soccer: Rockets have different look, but expectations remain the same  The Morning Journal

The standard has long been set at Bay's soccer program.

Sheffield Township child killer and rapist up for parole early  The Morning Journal

A Sheffield Township man serving time for raping and killing a 9-year-old girl is getting another chance at parole years before scheduled.

Free mammograms held at Lorain Women's Health Center  The Morning Journal

The Women's Health Center at Mercy Regional Medical Center, 3700 Kolbe Road in Lorain, will provide free mammograms and clinical breast exams from 7:30 ...

Elyria man arrested on rape charges | Crime  The Morning Journal

A 59-year-old Elyria man is facing sexual assault charges after a short investigation.

2 arrested on trafficking charges in Elyria | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Elyria Police Department Narcotics Unit arrested a man and a woman Sept. 21 as a result of an ongoing drug investigation, according to a police report.

Avon Lake voters to decide on charter amendments  The Morning Journal

Avon Lake voters will have four proposed charter amendments on the Nov. 6 ballot for consideration.

What's on the November 2017 ballot? | Ohio  The Morning Journal

The general election is Nov. 7, 2017. Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Residents can vote early absentee by mail or in person.

TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting July 21  The Morning Journal

Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration via email. You must include a phone ...

Huron, Grafton growers selected for medical marijuana program  The Morning Journal

COLUMBUS >> Ohio selected 12 large growers to participate in its medical marijuana program Thursday in a competitive process that quickly drew a ...

4-year-old boy dies in Elyria house fire  The Morning Journal

A boy's body was found in a house destroyed by a fire July 7 on 2nd Street in Elyria.

Designer puts Lorain high school history, love into jackets  The Morning Journal

Lorain's old high schools have inspired a new line of fashionable, functional jackets.

Elyria woman dies in LaGrange Township crash | Lorain County  The Morning Journal

The Ohio Highway Patrol's Elyria Post is investigating a Sept. 27 crash in LaGrange Township that left an Elyria woman dead.

Urban Meyer's hometown of Ashtabula braces for findings pertaining to Ohio State coach  The Morning Journal

Nick Detore put down his fork after finishing his lunch at the Crow's Nest in Ashtabula and looked around the crowded room of the bar/restaurant he and his ...

Spring Football: Jeff Ramsey knows all about Wabash football  Journal Review

Ramsey knows all about Wabash — from the other sideline. As Jeff Ramsey watched Wabash's first spring football practice on Monday, the new defensive ...

Mercy to build medical office center in Lorain, create 75 jobs  The Morning Journal

Mercy announced plans Aug. 15 to build a 30000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical office center on Oak Point Road northeast of the Deerfield Development in ...

Stories of U.S. sailors killed in destroyer-container ship collision  CBS News

Among the seven U.S. Navy sailors who died in the Saturday collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a Philippine-flagged container ship off Japan were an ...

Workshop Players Theatre-in-the-Round celebrates 70 years on stage  The Morning Journal

As the Workshop Players polished their performance of the musical “You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” the character Lucy remained uncharacteristically silent.

Leadership Lorain County Difference Makers Gala honors leaders with flair  The Morning Journal

Leadership Lorain County decked a hall in dazzling silver and black for the 2015 Difference Makers Gala Feb. 20 at the Spitzer Center at Lorain County ...

Ronald Svec found guilty in shooting death of his wife  The Morning Journal

Ronald Svec was found guilty of all charges and sentenced to 18 years to life behind bars June 13 for the 2015 shooting death of his wife in 2015.

Rudolph Libbe Group building North Ridgeville facility  The Morning Journal

Rudolph Libbe Group, a Toledo-based full-*service* contracting firm, soon will call North Ridgeville home.

Paco General releases 'Oh No' video | Entertainment  Jamaica Star Online

Oh No is the title of Paco General's new video which was released online last Friday. The video, shot on location in the United States, was directed by A Duane ...

Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes II embracing life in Kansas City  The Morning Journal

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. >> Patrick Mahomes II could have spent his offseason just about anywhere, back home in Texas perhaps, or maybe even some exotic ...

Lorain Fire Chief Matt Homolya loves climbing, family  The Morning Journal

Lorain Fire Chief Matt Homolya is an expert at hanging around, and not just at Lorain's Central Fire Station on Broadway. Away from the fire *service*, the ...

Chairmaker and Friends ready for renaissance in Vermilion  The Morning Journal

The chair maker and friends are ready for a renaissance. Chair maker Garrett Aston is going into his eighth year building and rebuilding furniture in The ...

Where do I vote in Lorain County? | Ohio  The Morning Journal

The Lorain County Board of Elections has approved the following changes for vote centers in five communities for the 2017 general election. Lorain County ...

Lorain County schools focus on science, math, tech  The Morning Journal

A fast-paced world and new education standards have resulted in extra effort of schools to engage students in science, technology, engineering and math.

Westlake vs. Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Bulldogs easily handle Demons  The Morning Journal

If there's one thing the girls at Olmsted Falls have taken to heart this season, it's to trust the process.

Mary Lee Tucker Clothe-A-Child shopping begins  The Morning Journal

It all began with a Chicago woman who was a staffer at what used to be called The Lorain Journal, when she organized a program now known as Mary Lee.

Eagles Building deal off for Broadway | Ohio  The Morning Journal

An agreement will not go forward for the FireFish Arts organization to use the Eagles Building on Broadway in Lorain.

Brookside vs. Firelands football: Falcons rout Cardinals  The Morning Journal

After a close call against Fairview last week, Firelands removed all doubt in Week 6, crushing Brookside, 47-0, in a Patriot Athletic Conference matchup on Sept.

Avon vs. Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Davidson's 3 wins for Eagles  The Morning Journal

Avon wanted to play big Saturday, but they didn't mean for their 6-foot-2 post player Amari Davidson to knock down a game-winning 3.

Pizza dough innovators launch Oven 51 in Lorain County  The Morning Journal

Creating pizza dough unlike others available in stores is the passion of two Elyria residents who founded and co-own Oven 51.

Avon Lake elementary students take 'Google Expedition' | Ohio  The Morning Journal

Seven-year-old Evelyn Ritt wore a wide smile. She had just experienced seeing parts of the world while just being in a classroom. Students at Eastview and ...

Amherst teacher finds birth mother through social media  The Morning Journal

Amherst teacher Corrie Engle, 31, of Lorain, holds a sign explaining her attempt to find her birth mother. Her husband, Amherst teacher Todd ...

Bay vs. Rocky River girls soccer: Rockets win district final, 3-0  The Morning Journal

Bay netted home a goal Oct. 26 with five seconds left before half to give the Rockets momentum and the lead at Lutheran West as Bay took home the D-II.

5 arrested during Elyria drug raids  The Morning Journal

ELYRIA – A pair of search warrants executed by the Elyria Police Narcotics and Neighborhood Impact Units netted the arrests of five individuals May 2. The first ...

Vermilion man charged with felonious assault, bond revoked on pending rape, kidnapping charges in Cuyahoga County  The Morning Journal

VERMILION - An argument over basketball resulted in felonious assault charges for a 24-year-old Portage Drive man, police said.

Cavs honor Desert Storm veteran with teacher award  The Morning Journal

The Cleveland Cavaliers mascot Moondog surprised teacher Alecia DiSilvester with a Head of the Class award Dec. 12 in her classroom at Summit Academy ...

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