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Flora is a magnificent looking brindle boxer mix that arrived from another facility.
Apparently, the Elyria, Ohio school district made a darn good cookie. So good, these pink-frosted confections were declared Cleveland's "Best Cafeteria Cookie" a few years ago.
Sylvia Ott , 80, of Elyria, died Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at Mercy New Life Hospice in Lorain, following a long illness.
A district judge has ordered the Ohio Department of Education to release student data to a nonprofit organization that is fighting a decades-old class-action lawsuit in federal court.
CHEESE! Don't you love this girl's smile? She is giving us her very best face because she is really hoping for a nice home soon! This girl arrived over a month ago, and she needs to find a great home -quick! Lorain County Dog Kennel has too many dogs, and we need to get these dogs moving to rescues, fosters and adopters.
A man and woman are charged with having drugs in a car in the presences of their two small children.
Charles P. Lloyd, Jr., 74, of Elyria, formerly of Avon Lake and Berlin, New Jersey, died Friday, August 22, 2014 in his home, after suffering a stroke.
Complaints of frequent traffic through a woman's apartment led police to investigate the area on Tuesday and arrest the woman for prostitution.
ELYRIA - Complaints of frequent traffic through a woman's apartment led police to investigate the area on Tuesday and arrest the woman for prostitution.
Man gets four years in child porn case ELYRIA - An Eaton Township man was sentenced Monday to four years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
GRAFTON - Kindergarten enrollment at Midview Schools is up, something Superintendent Scott Goggin attributes to moving to an all-day, every-day free program.
Frankie M. "Peggy" Schuster , 86, of Oberlin, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, August 24, 2014 at Mercy Allen Hospital in Oberlin.
Police said Buell told them he refused to pay a $90 restaurant bill because he didn't like the hibachi grill being cleaned before he and his wife and two children had finished eating.
ELYRIA - For the second time this year, a Lorain County maintenance worker is under investigation for allegedly taking county property without permission.
ELYRIA - While the Open Door football program has existed for four seasons, last year was its first playing a full varsity schedule.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:07 am
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