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Steve Fogarty The Chronicle-Telegram ELYRIA - Families grateful for warm clothes and books, small tykes shivering in the cold waiting to give their "wish lists" to Santa, and residents happy for a local home for the arts.
ELYRIA - On Friday afternoon, two men walked into The Chronicle-Telegram's lobby armed with dozens of gift bags full of books, warm-weather accessories, stickers and coloring books that will find their way to Elyria children through the Elyria Salvation Army.
Freddie H. "Greg" Gregory, Jr., 76, of Elyria, went home to be with his Lord on Thursday, December 5, 2013.
Wednesday, Dec. 4 3:45 p.m. - Palm Avenue, someone told police that men wearing "Ghostface" masks from the movie "Scream" drove by children and shot at them with paintballs.
Aida Eleanor Shakarian Kvidera was born on September 27, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio to parents Peter Kvidera and Melanie Shakarian.
A 62-year-old man whose body was found after an apartment fire on Monday started the fire himself, according to police.
ELYRIA - The former Paul's Beverage Warehouse won't be closed for long. Plans call for the Lake Avenue business, which closed Nov. 20, to reopen possibly as early as next week, according to Steve Sedivec, owner of a number of Zip-Thru Beverage stores in Lorain and Cuyahoga counties.
From midnight Wednesday to early Thursday morning, multiple people in Lorain and Elyria reported being shot at with paintball guns by unknown individuals in black, blue and red cars.
Dominique lived with several other cats and a big dog until her owner became ill and could no longer care for them.
The body of a northeast Ohio man who was missing for 10 days has been found in his submerged vehicle in a backyard pond at his home.
A 20-year-old Elyria man faces up to eight years in prison after being convicted of abusing and neglecting his infant child.
The Internet, email, and lots of photos captured by cell phones have become an integral part of the annual "Scholarship Forest" Christmas tree-selling event put on by the Al DiVencenzo family to benefit schools, including those in North Ridgeville.
Between April 2013 and March 2013, convicted heroin addict Brandi Tomko of Tallmadge Ohio was arrested, tried, and convicted for impersonating a veterinarian.
Elyria police and the Lorain County Coroner's office have identified the man who was found dead after a house fire on Monday evening as Franklin Cory, 62, of Elyria.