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The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in a Lorain bar shooting last month.
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.
A recount of the results of the Nov. 5 election hasn't changed the results of the Lorain County Community College levy.
The robbery occurred at 9:20 p.m. Nov. 28 at the restaurant, 500 N. Leavitt Road.
The Business Support Network of First Community Interfaith Institute-Ohio has lofty goals for its organization, but in order to help the area's poor and homeless learn how to own and operate small businesses, it has to raise funds for the program.
State Rep. Dan Ramos, D-Lorain, said he understands that some relatives of homicide victims want to see the killers executed.
When three Lorain police officers responded Oct. 29 to a report of a heroin overdose, they found a 21-year-old woman on the ground in front of her East 29th Street apartment.
Controversies "R" us today. A woman complains that her car was repossessed by mistake; a prosecutor's unpaid taxes are uncovered; now that the Cleveland airport has purchased private lots nearby, the cost of parking is going up; Channel 19 sympathizes with Ray's Sausage, put to great cost for sanitation efforts they didn't need because of the odor ... (more)
The artistic spirit of Lorain County will soon have a home in downtown Elyria, a project that will not only breathe new life into a long-empty storefront, but also will bring a tried-and-true Lorain initiative to the city.
LORAIN - Why spend more to rehabilitate an abandoned home than what it's worth, particularly when it would cost far less to demolish? Members of the City Council's Federal Programs Committee and Mayor Chase Ritenauer pondered that question at Monday's committee meeting.
John "Jack" Evansco, 89, of Lorain, passed away at his residence Friday morning, November 29, 2013.
It's supposed to be a show about bizarre foods and, yes, host Andrew Zimmern eats his share of pig head - cooked, thank goodness -- during his Cleveland food quest that airs at 9 tonight on the Travel Channel.