NEW RUSSIA TWP. — A LaGrange man was flown to MetroHealth Medical Health Center of Cleveland after the vehicle he was driving crashed into the back of an Oberlin Cable Co-Op utility truck.
PHILADELPHIA — Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer credits Michelle Obama with kicking off a successful effort to correct a false public image of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
ELYRIA — A report of missing lawn chairs led to the arrests of six people, including one teenager, Wednesday for criminal trespass and obstructing official business.
ELYRIA – An early morning chase led police through The Chronicle-Telegram parking lot and on foot through the Riverview Plaza apartment building because the Lorain man thought he had warrants for his arrest. When all was said and done, →
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission will ask City Council to spend $15,000 on a study to determine the feasibility of an outdoor community swimming pool.
Two area organizations whose missions include feeding the hungry will be able to increase those efforts thanks to grant money awarded this week by the Wal-Mart Inc.’s charitable foundation.
The predator is now mostly found in the south, but could be useful in the Great Lakes.→
ELYRIA — Weeks after its release, the GPS-based reality game “Pokemon Go” is still going strong and sometimes taking people to places where they shouldn’t be.
The family of a Fremont man whose body was found at the Lorain County Landfill after falling to his death down a trash chute at Progressive Field has sued the Cleveland Indians, the Gateway Economic Development Corp. and various vendors at the stadium.
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — In a major championship season of endless theater, the PGA Championship lived up to its end of the bargain Friday. Robert Streb led the way, even if hardly anyone noticed. As thousands of fans crammed into the closing →
BEREA -- Josh Gordon said Thursday he’s a different man after serving a 17-month suspension. Cornerback Joe Haden said Friday the transformation is obvious. “J.G., honestly, I can say he’s super excited,” Haden said before →
BEREA -- Robert Griffin III walked into the huddle Friday and saw left tackle Joe Thomas, left guard Joel Bitonio, running back Isaiah Crowell and receiver Andrew Hawkins. The first snap of the first team drill on the first day of training camp →
CLEVELAND — With the trade deadline looming — Monday at 4 p.m. — the Indians’ front office likely spent Thursday’s off-day continuing its search for ways to improve. Though Cleveland sits atop the Central Division →
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — A drab year for Jimmy Walker took a turn for the worse two weeks ago at the British Open, when he stayed in what was dubbed the “frat house” at Royal Troon with Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Jason →
Tribe notes: Jim Thome in town for team Hall of Fame honor, but Albert Belle stays away
Indians shake off slow start, rally past A's with four-run seventh
Commentary: Rain can't dampen team's enthusiasm as training camp opens
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Pope Francis visits Auschwitz, begs God to forgive 'so much cruelty'
San Diego police officer killed, another wounded in gun battle after traffic stop
Six Michigan employees charged related to Flint water crisis
Lorain day care worker fired after striking child's arm
The Morning Hit--7/29/16
Elyria man accused of stealing BB gun, chasing car
Oberlin sets interviews for city manager candidates
It's official: Richard Jefferson returns to Cavs, signs two-year, $5 million deal
Want to see a championship? Head to Camp Perry
Browns notes: Team headquarters gets fresh look
Browns: Crowell opens camp with atonement on his mind
Wellington Schools begins superintendent search
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(UPDATED) Browns coach Hue Jackson says he'll name starting QB before first preseason game