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Seventy years after Sgt. Paul Risko was killed in World War II, residents of the French town he was helping liberate will honor the Sheffield Lake resident.
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In February, the Zoning Board of Appeals approved Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Cleveland's plan to relocate from 317 W. 15th St., to the former Horizon Daycare center at 205 W. 14th St. Catholic Charities agreed to invest $350,000 to $400,000 to upgrade the building and ensure it meets fire codes.
An elementary school teacher indicted on federal charges is accused of having DVDs containing child pornography shipped to him, an investigator said Tuesday.
City Council members on Monday increased hiring goals for local residents, minorities and women for city projects of $250,000 or more.
Mayor Greg Zilka talked about the services outlined in the City of Lorain Health Department contract.
LORAIN - Standing on Whispering Pines Place on a sunny Tuesday, it was hard to imagine that residents were waist deep in water two months earlier.
Built in 1900 and abandoned in the early 1940s, Moxham Castle may soon be converted into a hotel.
The Lorain Growth Corp. and Franklin Brewing Co . are launching a beer festival in downtown Lorain next month.
LORAIN - The Sunoco gas station at 2436 Broadway is keeping its liquor permit.
LORAIN - The city's fight against blight may get more ammunition. A proposed ordinance scheduled to go before the City Council on Monday would allow building and housing inspectors to become special auxiliary police officers.
Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodations, commercial facilities, telecommunications, and state and local government services.
On a recent sunny, Saturday morning, a dozen people headed out on the water at Alum Creek State Park to try yoga on a paddleboard.
A man found by a group of children in a vacant apartment above a shuttered bar had been dead for at least a day, Lorain County Coroner Stephen Evans said.
Morgan Geiger, 34, was charged with felonious assault, discharging a firearm within city limits, having weapons under disability, violation of a temporary protection order and obstructing official business around midnight on the 1100 block of Tower Boulevard.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 08:18 am
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