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, →
A gas line break kept people on Morgan Street in their homes for about an hour this morning.→
The Polish camp was the site of the deaths of more than 1 million people during World War II→
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.
LORAIN — City Council will be taking the first steps tonight to get a fire levy on the November ballot.→
PHILADELPHIA — Bernie Sanders supporters numbering in the thousands from all over the country — including Ohio — marched under a scorching sun Sunday afternoon, calling on the Vermont senator to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party’s nomination for president.→
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 →
The Cavaliers confirmed Thursday what Richard Jefferson announced on Snapchat on July 6: They’ve signed the 36-year-old small forward to a contract. Terms weren’t disclosed, but Jefferson’s deal is for two years and $5 million. →
BEREA — The Browns team headquarters has never looked better (or been bigger) than it is now. Franchise officials unveiled their massive offseason renovations Thursday, which include a new 5,000-square foot natatorium and a 3,500-square foot →
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